Women’s English

by Sherry Riter in Humor

Woman - We can do it!

Women’s English is often hard to understand whereas Men’s English is pretty easy and direct. So all in good fun, I’m going to help you with a guide that will enable you to quickly know exactly what a woman is saying and meaning….

  1. Yes = No
  2. No = No
  3. Maybe = No
  4. You make the decision = Yes
  5. We need = I want
  6. I am sorry = You’ll be sorry
  7. We need to talk = You’re in trouble
  8. Sure, go ahead = You better not
  9. Do what you want = You will pay for this later
  10. I am not upset = Of course I’m upset!

Men’s English

  1. Yes Dear = Yes
  2. Yes Dear = No
  3. Yes Dear = Maybe
  4. Yes Dear = I’m not telling you
  5. Yes Dear = Oh, please be quiet
  6. Yes Dear = I am not going to do all those chores today
  7. Yes Dear = I wish you would be quiet so I can hear the football game
  8. Yes Dear = I love you

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