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Two Qualities a Woman will Never Have

Times have changed since the 19th century where women used to be treated with charisma and the respect they deserved. In the current era, they are nothing less than ordinary men. Perhaps even worse than dogs. They have become more nagging, more self-centered, more insane and they feel like they need to replace men in every aspect of life. Where did God get the idea of a woman from anyway? They just popped up as an error.
Enough said about that, they appear to be aiming at ruling the once ruled world of men, and even compete to gain their positions. It’s not that they shouldn’t, in fact they should do more for that. Remember the once famous story about men and women? It is becoming a reality men. For those who have no idea of the tale, this is how it goes: once the women ruled over men and controlled everything men did. The men sat down and thought about the idea of having women in power, and came up with a quick solution to turn the tables. “Why don’t we get them all pregnant at the same time?” Someone thought. Then men came back to power.
Silly enough, the men in the take do not want to give back what they took. They are probably planning another pregnancy game again. How awkward!
Anyway, that is the life women want in this 21st century, and as it turns out, they are taking the whole process so personal. They are ganging up against men, killing them, luring them with their passion, controlling their wealth, etc. Soon enough, men will have nothing they own. Only those who are weak to place their trust in a woman.
With all the weird and “brilliant” ideas women are coming up with each day, they still lack to vital qualities that make them as they are; sentimental, weak and not better than pets. These qualities include: understanding and patience.
No matter what a woman does, she’ll never understand so much about men and the result, she’ll end up hating all men as a group. Yet she’ll still want a kid from a man. An error indeed in the human life.
Secondly, they never have patience. It’s always known that women are patient beings, much more than men. Does that mean that men are impatient? Definitely not. Most men are in fact patient with whatever they are doing, contented and happy. On the other hand, a woman will always want things to go her own way. It’s either she’s right, or the guy disappointed her.
Would you have thought of having a woman as a being in the atmosphere if you were some god? Only men who cannot leave without women would. There is so much to be done on earth that men fail to notice if a lady comes by. Precious minerals such as gold and diamond are unique and admirable due to their seldom occurrence and locality. A woman is in every corner of the earth, what is so precious about them that men forget their natural sense of direction all in favor of a lady whom they knoweth not? Does that make men weak? Yes.
Any man who can divert his attention for a lady is as weak as a leaf and the lady, as cunning as a cat. A phrase goes, ‘never trust a smiling cat.’ Sense and wisdom are both a rare thing to find in men; in ladies, they are never found anywhere in their lives. That’s what distinguishes men and women. One has no sense and is foolish, the other has some that he needs to utilize. But since men of the current world lack both, most, they are all as the dirt in a pool. Lost and intellectually arrogance.
What a wonderful earth the creator thought of without any thought! The more things change, the more they stay the same: the more women exist, the more the earth becomes a worse place to be in. It’s just life. The pursuit of happiness never existed without women, otherwise heaven would’ve seen no existence. How sure are we that God has no wife! It’s all folly.


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