What Are Five Things Every Woman Should Learn?
The five things every woman should learn should include how to count to five, so that she’ll know when she’s finished learning.
When she’s done ticking them off on just one of her hands to make sure she’s not learning more than is strictly necessary, she can take stock of what the five things are:
A woman should learn when it’s time to cut her hair.
She should never make this decision just because it’s hot, or it’s cold, or she hates the way she looks that day, or because she just received an issue of Vogue, or Marie Claire and short cuts seem to be all the thing now.
Those models in the magazines are all of five years old, and should be executed for being so cute.
There’s never a good time to make this decision, so just don’t.
A woman should learn how and when she should flip someone off.
She should make sure her eyeglass prescription is up-to-date so that she doesn’t flip off her boss like she did last year when that jerk in the car in front of her, who happened to be her supervisor, pulled into that juicy parking space she saw first.
The best time to flip someone off is probably never, but if she does, it should be in a different city where she doesn’t know anyone.
Even that’s not safe; one of my friends took a vacation to a Caribbean island by herself, was staying at an isolated resort, and was relaxing topless on the beach.
The couple that came along to relax on the beach near her were her neighbors back in the States.
Good thing she didn’t flip them off. As it was, I’m sure they never noticed her face.
A woman should learn how to find jeans that aren’t ‘skinny’ jeans.
Even if she’s skinny.
No one, not anorexics, Chihuahuas, or 14 year old boys, should wear skinny jeans.
A woman should include in this skill how to find jeans that really do ‘sit at her natural waist’.
Her waist has probably moved away after three or four children and is now living in Cleveland eating scones and pasta.
Move there yourself, make friends with it, and take it shopping for attractive jeans.
A woman should learn how to make sure her kids and hubby are really listening.
Pop quizzes are the go-to way to ensure this.
Think back to your school daze to remember how to give pop quizzes. Your teacher ‘popped’ them on you as soon as you walked in the door and sat down. She was a real bee-yotch.
Right after you issue an instruction, quiz these clueless people on what you said:
‘What did I just say?’
‘Where did I tell you to hang up your coat?’
‘What did I say to pick up at the store?’
‘Who did I mention ticked me off at work today? What was she wearing, and did she look like a bimbo?’
(The last is a true test; they get extra points if they get the answer right.)
They will no doubt fail your pop quizzes, but if you eat their dessert right in front of them and they don’t get any, they will learn toot sweet to listen to everything you say henceforward.
(This is why you can’t wear skinny jeans. No one ever listens.)
A woman should learn how to make sure her hubby sleeps in the wet spot.
Learning this means getting the ‘jump’ on him, before he gets the jump on you.
Depending on your hubby, he will either think you’re:
a) a hussy;
b) one hot mama.
Or he may just think he’s all that and that women, including his wife–who’s known him for ten years, watched him scratch his privates for all ten of them and couldn’t possibly think he’s all that anymore–can’t resist his charms.
In his mind that’s better than thinking he’s NOT all that.
Men are so conceited, they’ll never figure out the truth– that you just don’t want to sleep in the wet spot.
Use your superior acting skills as a woman, which is something you don’t really learn, you just know, and you will have a dry, restful sleep.
8 thoughts on “What Are Five Things Every Woman Should Learn?”
I can see by your comments that you think you are the only one one smart enough to be in charge, so you you must live in a dictatorship as opposed to a Democracy.
Well just to set the record straight, I think Your All That and then some :>}
I think YOU’RE even more than that AND a bag of chips! xx
Hilarious! I laughed out loud about the wet spot. Oh my. 🙂 The pop quizzes are great. I didn’t realize I do that to my husband until I read this and nodded. It must be the middle school teacher in us!
Ugh. The wet spot. I hate it.
I went to a party once, and was quizzing a second grader about what she was learning in school. She muttered finally, ‘I didn’t know there’d be a pop quiz today.’
I almost fell on the floor.
No truer words were ever spoken. “Don`t” for number one! My “just because” happened the day before my holiday journey in July. These years, planning for jaunts are very stressful. Gone are the days when I would hop a plane to cross a continent on a whim with merely a backpack. Anyway, I was standing in front of the bathroom mirror trying to find a “travel” style for my misbehaving tresses and in a mad moment of frustration– opened a drawer, took out scissors and started hacking. The result was so dire, I wore sun glasses during the entire flight and on all ground transport just in case someone might recognize me. I also discovered I couldn`t see to read the paperback I`d carefully chosen at the airport. So be aware! Paranoia and blindness can ensue.
Accchh! I take a walk around the block twenty times and then come back. Do I still want to cut my hair? Do I? No, I’d better wait.
Can´t believe I missed this back then. I´m still laughing. Genius Gigi!
It’s okay- I can’t remember half the stuff I’ve written! I was reading something the other day, and told Don, “You should hear this. It’s interesting.” And then I realized I wrote it! Haha!