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1 Hockeymandad May 24, 2011 at 12:18 pm

1. How do you meet a character from a movie? Like someone dressed up as said character? Does that apply to adults meeting Mickey Mouse for the first time? I think there is some grey area there. But for me….check.
2. Check
3. Check (I’ve even changed other kids diapers because I’m a great uncle)
4. Check
5. Check
6. Does Not Apply because I’m lucky enough to be married to a woman that does not have nasty PMS episodes. Also, I’m nice all the time. ;)
7. Check
8. Check
9. Check
10. Check
11. Check
12. Check (although it does happen once or twice a year)
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2 Alexandria May 24, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Yes. It really bothers me when I watch The OC Housewives & the Jesus chick talks about how her husband has never changed a diaper. And I always think “And you are still married to him why?”
An Awesome post on Alexandria´s blog … Another baby

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3 kadield May 24, 2011 at 2:33 pm

Whatever, we’ll do whatever we want. We’re not scared of you.

Signed,
All Self-Respecting Men

:D

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4 Karen Sugarpants May 24, 2011 at 2:35 pm

1. All people should never ever never become giddy with excitement about meeting a character from a movie. You’re not 8; you’re an adult. All people don’t let their emotions runneth over in front of a person dressed up in a costume that looks like a movie character.
2. All people should hold the door for others. All others. Every one. All the time.
3. All people should change their own kids’ diapers. The End.
4. All people should know how to grill a steak.
5. All people should know how to give a compliment and mean it.
6. All people, gay and straight, married and single, should recognize the tell-tale signs of a grumpy person, regardless of the time of the month, and know to treat him/her with kindness and forgive him/her. (We all need to be more patient with each other).
7. NO ONE should never ever never tuck in their t-shirt into their gym shorts.
8. NO ONE should never ever never wear jorts. (or jeggings or jumpers)
9. All people should know when to start lady/manscaping and where the lady/manscaping should end.
10. Anyone should head to the movie of their choice, anytime they want.
11. Men should hug and/or kiss their woman without grabbing their boob and/or poking them with their ween and/or wanting something more than just and hug and/or kiss.** (OKAY I’LL GIVE YOU THAT ONE)
12. All people should know: if you dribble pee on the seat, wipe it off. It’s called respect, yo.***
Sexism works both ways – and I’m raising little men who I hope will not be bullied into any sorts of rules that aren’t good for both sexes. (except for number 11, because I MEAN REALLY. How many women are that grope-y? ;o)

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5 Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing] May 24, 2011 at 4:23 pm

SOMEbody needs to get laid…

jus sayin…

;)

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6 Karen Sugarpants May 24, 2011 at 4:45 pm

Nice. Three times, last night. BA-BAM!

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7 Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing] May 24, 2011 at 5:44 pm

show-off.

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8 Karen Sugarpants May 24, 2011 at 8:43 pm

Hahaha… I was hoping you’d say something mean so I could come back with, “Whatever, Pangelica.” (rhymes with Angelica from Rugrats.) It’s probably funnier in my head.

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9 Chibi Jeebs May 24, 2011 at 3:19 pm

In regards to #12, the guys at work go between joking about gluing the seat UP (to which I always reply “Good luck taking a crap, dude.”), and apologizing for not putting the seat down. I’ve long maintained that I’d rather they left the seat up, because at least that way I *know* there will be drips (because yes, some boneheads leave the seat down due to their illusions of fantastic aim).
An Awesome post on Chibi Jeebs´s blog … HYC- Week 11

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10 Tara@DoTheseKidsMakeMeLookCrazy? May 24, 2011 at 8:58 pm

I have two additions . . .
1) Men should know how to apologize.
2) Men should not love their mother more than their wives and/or children.
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11 Robin May 25, 2011 at 6:36 am

Another one – Men should not be afraid to show weakness…like when they don’t know where they’re going but refuse to ask for directions. It’s sexier when you admit you’re wrong and lost. :)

Write an e-book! I’d buy it!
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12 Tara R. May 25, 2011 at 7:10 am

Possible addition:

Men should appreciate that washing dishes, folding clothes, vacuuming, and mopping can be considered foreplay.
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13 Andrea May 25, 2011 at 1:58 pm

Can I have #11 on a t-shirt please?

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14 Danielle May 25, 2011 at 2:52 pm

I love this! Men have a lot to learn from us and for us ladies.

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