Women vs Men
According to Albert Einstein, “Women marry men hoping they will change. Men marry women hoping they will not. So each is inevitably disappointed.” Not only was Einstein was the king of quantum physics, but he got right to the point of the most troubling challenges in relations to men vs women. To break it down into better terms, the thinking of process of our opposite sex differs. Dave Barry writes a fundamental article called “Beauty and the Beast,” that gives a response to how men should always take caution before a woman asks, “How do I look?” Or anything relating to their physical appearance period. Men do not generally care too much about their appearance, as long as they don’t end up looking like a repulsive mess. Women on the other hand are more insecure and will try to find ways to self-improve their appearance. Typically the woman will spend more time investing on their physical appearance and emotions, while the man will invest more time and focus on being self productive, or at least self productive to himself. When entering into a home, a person can quickly assume which area of the house does the male and female usually occupy and resides most of their time. One of the places where a man spends the majority of his time is in the garage. Why the garage? Tools and machineries are compiled in the garage which gives the common man access to go out and use to fix just about everything such as the heating vent, plumbing clogs, hinges, ac coolant, filters, car parts and labor, the list goes on. All these tools and machineries have a tendency to get dirty and grimy after so many usages which is why women do not really have a strong interest in using them, or so they say. Where do women usually spend their time? The bathroom. Women devote a good amount of time in there to prep for the day, about thirty minutes to shower, ten minutes to dress (that’s with a pre decided outfit), eight minutes for facial hair removing, forty five...
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