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From: John (HI) (66.91.13.137)
Subject:         Why It's Better To Be A Woman
Date: September 12, 2017 at 6:20 pm PST

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This question has been debated for ages: Is it better to
be a man or is it
better to be a woman? A female expert says, "It's better
to be a woman
because ..."

- In situations like the Titanic, we get off first.

- We get to flirt with systems support men who always
return our calls and
are nice to us when we blow up our computers.

- Our boyfriend's clothes make us look elfin & gorgeous.
Men look like
complete idiots in ours.

- We can be groupies. Male groupies are stalkers.

- The kitchen is all ours.

- Most cops are male, so it's easier for us to get off
speeding fines.

- We get to choose the movie.

- If we forget to shave, no one has to know.

- If we marry someone 20 years younger, we're at least
aware that we look like an idiot.

- Chocolate can solve all our problems.

- We know which glass was ours by the lipstick mark.

- If we're lost, we have the benefit of directions
because we don't mind
asking for them.

- We never have to wait for men to get ready for the
party.

- Because men make more money, they have more to spend on
us.

- Being kneed in the groin will not put us out of
commission.

- We can earn the respect and applause of an entire bar
crowd simply by
mastering the art of darts, pool or foosball.

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