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001 - A Woman's Mind?


Which is it harder to do
A woman’s mind to understand
Or to drag a whale across the sand?

Figure the reason that she got so sore
Or nailing jello to the door?

The reason that she said good-bye
Or put a camel thru a needle’s eye?

No need to be so interrogative
I guess it’s just a dame’s prerogative.

Just love ‘em and leave ‘em that’s the best
Strategy, and then forget the rest.

Some things man will never figure out
And that is true without a doubt!

10/03/09

Submitted: Saturday, October 03, 2009

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  • Rookie - 551 Points Cynthia Buhain-baello (3/5/2010 8:03:00 PM)

    : -) Very nice, witty, truthful -'Figure the reason she got sore...'
    'The reason that she said goodbye...'
    All these things men will NEVER understand and like the wind that blows, a woman's mind can change directions at any moment's given time, because she is a woman. I like this very much, excellently written. (Report) Reply

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