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BRL
1st Nov 2001, 20:44
I don't think they are, (unless i am after something...) Whats the score, Yes or No....????

sweety
1st Nov 2001, 20:53
Of course they are! Always!

Because you always want something.

The best looking ones are never wrong. :rolleyes:

GROUNDHOG
2nd Nov 2001, 03:04
So Sweety does that mean if the best looking ones are never wrong, the average looking ones are sometimes wrong and the old dogs are always wrong?

min
2nd Nov 2001, 04:02
I'm surprised you even have to ask!!!

Actually, in all honesty, there are occasions when women are wrong. However, these are extremely rare events when there is some serious misalignment in the planets or some such...

M.

sanjosebaz
2nd Nov 2001, 05:06
Of course! ... But then, so are men!

Is this the right room for an argument?

Travelling Toolbox
2nd Nov 2001, 05:33
Missus T-Box was wrong once - then she reallised she was mistaken!! :D :D :D

Davaar
2nd Nov 2001, 06:40
The late Art Buchwald had a column in which he faced this problem squarely. Well aware that he was himself perfect, and therefore never wrong, how could he combine kindness with truth? He was, he said, at times tempted to admit that his wife was right and he wrong in some topic of philosophic difference betweeen them, such for example as the virtues and other qualities of her mother. His doing so would make his wife, dear little woman as she was, feel good, but it would be a goodness of feeling bought at the expense of truth. It would be objectively wrong. Furthermore, to yield to this temptation would also have the effect, wholly erroneous in fact, naturally, of making him appear subjectively less than perfect. On both counts it was impossible. Many husbands must have encountered this difficulty. Perhaps they have suggestions to offer?

henry crun
2nd Nov 2001, 07:05
If my experience with the ex Mrs Crun is any yardstick they are because they know everything about anything, and I never won a disputed point from her even when I knew I was right !.

AA SLF
2nd Nov 2001, 07:07
Just shake your head "yes", smile sweetly at her and take the dog for a walk to the nearest pub. :D

dAAvid -

CoodaShooda
2nd Nov 2001, 09:13
Now that we've done away with sex, religion and politics (can I use those words here :eek: )there appears to be a danger of JB becoming deep, meaningful and philosophical. I was going to add "heaven forbid!! but that has obvious religious overtones :confused: .

Are women always right?...or...are women never wrong? It doesn't help whichever way you look at it - does it? A straight answer will always get you into trouble.

So I avoid the entire issue through following a wise and ancient (non-denominational) philosphy.

"Ommmmm.....there are no mistakes - only outcomes....ommmmm." Chanted repeatedly.

Adhere to this and I can assure you that no-one is ever "wrong". End of problem :D :D

Feeton Terrafirma
2nd Nov 2001, 13:34
I came home the other day to find the good lady had been to the hair dresser. It was obviously shorter (a lot shorter actually) so I didn't get into trouble for not noticing ( a good start I thought).

Then came the big question, what do you think?

Well I knew I was in deep shyte imediately regardless of what I said, so after careful deliberation I said "it's lovely"

she siad: you don't like it do you
I siad: I do, that's what I just siad
she said: NO! tell me! do you really like it?
I siad: (thinking oh shyte) yes I do like it, it suits you.
she said: your just saying that!


After another 3 minutes I had succeeded in digging a hole big enough to bury a house, and she finally gave up when I admitted I was not keen (despite the FACT that I did like it)

Lets face it, women may not always be right, but men are wrong all the time

:confused:

Biggles Flies Undone
2nd Nov 2001, 14:51
Can Men Win?
The Answer is No

If you put a woman on a pedestal and try to protect her from the rat race, you're a male chauvinist.
If you stay home and do the housework, you're a pansy.

If you work too hard, there is never any time for her.
If you don't work enough, you're a good-for-nothing bum.

If she has a boring repetitive job with low pay, this is exploitation.
If you have a boring repetitive job with low pay, you should get off your ass and find something better.

If you get a promotion ahead of her, that is favouritism.
If she gets a job ahead of you, it's equal opportunity.

If you mention how nice she looks, it's sexual harassment.
If you keep quiet, it's male indifference.

If you cry, you're a wimp.
If you don't, you're an insensitive b*stard.

If you thump her, it's wife bashing.
If she thumps you, it's self defence.

If you make a decision without consulting her, you're a chauvinist.
If she makes a decision without consulting you, she's a liberated woman.

If you ask her to do something she doesn't enjoy, that's domination.
If she asks you, it's a favour.

If you appreciate the female form and frilly underwear, you're a pervert.
If you don't, you're gay.

If you like a woman to shave her legs and keep in shape, you're sexist.
If you don't, you're unromantic.

If you try to keep yourself in shape, you're vain.
If you don't, you're a slob.

If you buy her flowers, you're after something.
If you don't, you're not thoughtful.

If you're proud of your achievements, you're up on yourself.
If you don't, you're not ambitious.

If she has a headache, she's tired.
If you have a headache, you don't love her anymore.

If you want it too often, you're oversexed.
If you don't, there must be someone else.

PilotsPal
2nd Nov 2001, 16:28
BFU - you sound almost cynical! But there might possibly be the tiniest grain of truth in one or two of them.

Biggles Flies Undone
2nd Nov 2001, 16:58
PP - don't confuse cynicism with reality borne of experience! :p

CoodaShooda
2nd Nov 2001, 18:33
Cynic (n)A word used by idealists to describe realists :eek: :eek:

OzExpat
2nd Nov 2001, 19:28
Are women always right? Well, errm, yes and no! Take a f'rinstance ... if SHE wants to leave you and you're happy about that, she's definitely right... ;)

Perhaps the real question should be :- "Are men EVER right? The answer to this is unequivocal ... well, more or less! :D

Cyclic Hotline
2nd Nov 2001, 23:00
There is a simple rule regarding this issue.

1. If she's talking, whatever she says is right.

2. If you're talking, irrespective of what you say, she's right.

3. If she stops talking, no matter who said what - you're wrong!.

Edited due to errors caused by being talked to and paying inadequate attention to the subject matter - at least I think that is what the current silence indicates! :)

[ 02 November 2001: Message edited by: Cyclic Hotline ]

AerBabe
3rd Nov 2001, 01:49
Yes.

lame
3rd Nov 2001, 02:27
YES......... :(

(Of course this is not necessarily MY opinion, just after some 32 years of marriage, and with 3 daughters, this is what I am told the answer is) :rolleyes: :eek: ;) :D

Feeton Terrafirma
3rd Nov 2001, 04:54
lame mate,

sympathy just oozes from me. I have 3 sons, the dog is male, the cat is (used to be) male, the only female in the whole place is the good lady, and still I understand EXACTLY what you mean. :eek: :confused: :rolleyes:

lame
3rd Nov 2001, 08:50
Hi Feeton.

Our dog is also a male, don't remember how that was allowed ;)

Apart from him and me, all the rest are females, and trust me, they are ALWAYS right..... :rolleyes: :D

Best regards,

"lame"

Skycop
3rd Nov 2001, 16:13
My wife always thinks left is right.

I admit that I have lots of faults but being wrong isn't one of them. :rolleyes:

Legalapproach
3rd Nov 2001, 16:31
My reaction was 'Yes' but Mrs Approach tells me the correct answer is 'No' otherwise we wouldn't be married.

tony draper
3rd Nov 2001, 16:36
http://www.clearwaterjaycees.org/Hillary2d.jpg

Right Draper's outta here :eek:

Celtic Emerald
3rd Nov 2001, 17:50
Course they are, what a silly question :rolleyes:

Anyway it's not that women are always right, it's just that men are always wrong ;)

Draper STOP taking my name in vain :mad:

Emerald

[ 03 November 2001: Message edited by: Celtic Emerald ]

Whirlybird
3rd Nov 2001, 18:02
Of course.

Gerund
3rd Nov 2001, 21:45
I have rarely heard such a load of tosh.

How can women always be 'right' when they are invariably wrong.

Emily Pankhurst has a lot to answer for; in the past women just accepted they were wrong. Now we have this nonsense.

Take away their right to vote, and we'll get back to some sort of normal society where women know their place. They will all be a lot happier for it.

[ 03 November 2001: Message edited by: Gerund ]

OzExpat
4th Nov 2001, 08:37
I thought the bra-burning days were a good idea who's time had come. It meant one less thing to remove... :D

Luca_brasi
4th Nov 2001, 10:46
Surely only females could come up with the idea of cutting off the most important organ on a male as "fixing it". :eek: :eek:

Feeton Terrafirma
4th Nov 2001, 12:59
Mr Draper YES!! But I can't show that to my wife, it's bad enuf being celibate & I don't want to be a eunuch :eek:

Steepclimb
4th Nov 2001, 18:33
The real question as somebody put it, is 'Are men always right?'.

The answer is no of course. Unfortunately too many men think they're always right.

The same is true of women, which means we have more in common than we think.

The difficulty is that, now I'm going to be controversial, is that women are more complex people than men. There is more to being right or wrong and black or white. There are a whole range of subleties involved in what on the face of it appears to be a yes/no answer. There is body language, tone of voice and the context of the situation. That is a little too difficult for men to adapt to a moments notice as is usual when taken by surprise by a loaded question.

It's no use that a man understands this, it won't save him when the moment arises. Women should alse realise that given his expriences it is all but impossible to get an honest answer from a man because he will always try to give you the answer you want to hear. Which is all but impossible for him because he cannot read your mind.

So what's the answer? No I don't know either, maybe you could employ an intrepreter.

Skycop
4th Nov 2001, 19:28
Actually, it's all explained here:
http://www.pirate4x4.com/ubb/uploads/Wish.jpg

;) SC

[ 04 November 2001: Message edited by: Skycop ]

RockinBob
5th Nov 2001, 04:20
Dang bitch...Yo stupid fly!

Cyclic Hotline
5th Nov 2001, 11:47
Only joking of course....

WIFESPEAK: ENGLISH TRANSLATION GUIDE

WIFESPEAK ENGLISH EQUIVALENT
--------- ------------------

You want. You want.
We need. I want.
It's your decision. The correct decision should be obvious by now.
Do what you want. You'll pay for this later.
We need to talk. I need to complain.
Sure...go ahead. I don't want you to.
I'm not upset. Of course I'm upset, you moron.
You're...so manly. You need a shave and you sweat a lot
You're certainly attentive tonight. Is sex all you ever think about?
I'm not emotional! And I'm not overreacting! I'm on my period.

Be romantic, turn out the lights. I have flabby thighs.
This kitchen is so inconvenient. I want a new house.
I want new curtains. and carpeting, and furniture...

I need wedding shoes. the other 40 pairs are the wrong shade of white.
Hang the picture there. No, I mean hang it there!
I heard a noise. I noticed you were almost asleep.
Do you love me? I'm going to ask for something expensive.
How much do you love me? I did something today you're really not going to like.
I'll be ready in a minute. Kick off your shoes and find a good game on T.V.
Is my butt fat? Tell me I'm beautiful.
You have to learn to communicate. Just agree with me.
Are you listening to me!? [Too late, your dead.]
No No
Maybe No
Yes No
I'm sorry. You'll be sorry.
Do you like this recipe? It's easy to fix, so you'd better get used to it.
I'M NOT YELLING! Yes I am yelling because I think this is important.

In answer to "What's Wrong?"

The same old thing. Nothing.
Nothing. Everything.
Everything. My PMS is acting up.
Nothing, really. It's just that you're an asshole.
I don't want to talk about it. Go away, I'm still building up steam

OzExpat
5th Nov 2001, 19:13
Cyclic... not just wives either. And, no matter what she says ya need to watch out for the stamping of the foot and, of course, the pout... :eek: :D

Lima Xray
5th Nov 2001, 23:24
Just remember.....in court.....buying HER flowers.....can be used as an admission (do not read omission) of guilt!!
So, never buy them without your best mate as witness and keep your receipts......


She who must be obeyed :mad: :mad: