10 Things That Women Don’t Understand About Men

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  • Ladies I know you think you know everything about everything, but there are just somethings you will never understand. So its a good thing that “The D.L. Hughley Show” is here to help. Listen to the audio below to hear the ten things that women don’t understand about men.

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    DL:  So Jazmin, you got Ten Things That Women Don’t Understand About Men, which you are one.

    10. Lack of attention to detail.

       SW:  What?  I’m sorry, I wasn’t paying attention.  What’d you say?

    9.  Why men are so emotionally repressed?

            SW:  I tell my sidepiece all the time; your eyes are so beautiful.

    8. The need to be extremely independent.

           DL:  Well, that’s what being a man is.

    7. The need to fix everything.

       JS:  You guys are fixer.  You just want to fix everything.

    6. The inability to multitask.

        DL:  That’s right.  But only five percent of the population in general can multitask, a large percent of them are women.  But now that we know you can multitask there’s no excuse for you to tell me now while you’re making me waffles.  (Laugh)

    DL:  (Laugh) What are the last five things Things Women Don’t Understand About Men?

    5. The reliance on us to find your stuff.

        JS:  Why can’t you keep up with your own stuff.

    4. Bathroom etiquette.

       JS:  The toilet seat, you can’t put that down?

    3. Sex can be a cure all.

       DL:  We could talk while we’re doing it.

    2. Phone and communication issues.

      DL:  Texting was invented by a guy who wanted to communicate with a woman but didn’t want to hear her.

    1. The need to adjust.

       DL:  Sometimes pockets aren’t enough.  You dig what I’m saying?  (Laugh)

    Originally seen on http://thedlhughleyshow.com/

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