Okay, so I'm cheating by having video two days in a row, but this is important research. Finally, the difference between men and women explained. Hubby sent me this. Hmm, wonder what he's trying to tell me?
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How true…. How true. 🙂
This is really cute. No wonder my brain is always at work. LOL. This would also explain why I tell my DH something and he swears I did not.
Probably the same thing DG is trying to tell me.
I love the concept of the nothing box. It explains so much…
I laughed and shared it with honey. He did not confirm the nothing box, but I have experienced it… watching him watch TV. LOL
DH and I just looked at it and we laughed our tails off. Months ago, he actually used the box analogy when we were arguing, only he called it a “compartment” and that he wasn’t in the mood to think about all the other stuff I was trying to throw into the mix. 🙂
He was like: “Can we please talk about one thing at a time?” and “What does this have to do with that?” and “You’re all over the freaking map. Focus!”
And I’m like, “This happened because of that.” and “How can you discuss this without taking that into consideration?” and “This issue isn’t in a vacuum. There are other variables involved. You can’t just discount everything else!”
LOL! It’s true, we are wired differently than they are.
Tanya, too funny! Hubby always accuses me of bringing up unrelated stuff, but I tell him it’s ALL related. Guess we now know why. 🙂 And I’m so glad I don’t have a nothing box. Can’t imagine how scary that would be, to think of nothing…