The questions men are terrified of women asking

The questions men are terrified of women asking

jeanniejeanniejeannie.co.uk BLOG Monday 14th June 2021

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

We’ve been neglecting The Daily Mash lately. This story from them doesn’t disappoint. And there is loads more where this came from. Just follow the link. But watch the language, if bad language offends.

 The questions men are s***-scared (terrified) of women asking.

DO you want to see the man in your life go rigid with terror? Try asking him one of these simple but terrifyingly difficult questions.

Do you know what day it is today?

Of course he doesn’t, but he’ll instantly be gripped with panic that it’s your birthday or anniversary. Watch him squirm for a while before putting him out of his misery by telling him it’s the date you got the dog. Then do the whole thing again next year.

Are you still planning to decorate the bedroom?

This passive-submissive approach will have him feeling guilty and scrambling to come up with another barely plausible excuse for not having done it in the first place. Great to watch, but don’t expect it to mean he will actually do it.

Do you prefer my hair up or loose?

The classic no-win situation. Whatever his reply, it’ll sound like he thinks the alternative is horrendous. He’ll babble and stammer a bit before blurting out ‘I think it looks nice either way’. Push him for a definitive answer if you have a sadistic streak.

Can I ask you a question?

He’ll assume this is some terrible harbinger of doom, even though he doesn’t even know what you’re about to ask. Keep him dangling, assuming the Bad Thing you are about to discuss is his fault, then ask him something utterly banal like ‘D’you think I should try making this sausage casserole off BBC Good Food?’.

What are you thinking about?

The classic terror-inducing question, because now he’ll have to pretend he was actually thinking and not vacantly staring into space. Watch him grapple to come up with something intelligent, or even romantic, to give the impression he’s very thoughtful and wasn’t just wondering if he should watch The Meg with Jason Statham.

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TOP TEN OF THE DAY

TOP CHEAPEST SUPERMARKETS IN MAY

Cost of 20 essential items – compared.

Below is how much consumers spent on an average shopping basket of 20 goods last month.

 

  1. Lidl – £22.66
  2. Aldi – £23.08
  3. Asda – £25.26
  4. Morrisons – £26.45
  5. Tesco – £26.64
  6. Sainsbury’s – £27.15
  7. Ocado – £29.18
  8. Waitrose – £31.88

 

Cheapest Big Four grocer in May

The comparison of 85 items also included Ocado and Waitrose.

 

  1. Asda – £159.99
  2. Sainsbury’s – £165.22
  3. Tesco – £168.88
  4. Morrisons – £169.13
  5. Ocado – £171.10
  6. Waitrose – £181.60

DON’T FORGET TO LAUGH EVERYDAY

 

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE FOR THE DAY

Life is essentially an endless series of problems. The solution to one problem is merely the creation of the next one. Don’t hope for a life without problems. There’s no such thing. Instead, hope for a life full of good problems. – Mark Manson

HAPPINESS IS…

Happiness is…shopping at Aldi even though it only made #2

GRANDAD’S ONE LINER JOKE OF THE DAY

When I see lovers’ names carved in a tree, I don’t think it’s sweet. I just think it’s surprising how many people bring a knife on a date.

LOVE IS…

Love is…rocking around the clock

TURN…TURN…TURN!

A time to put the wind up your man by ask him a carefully worded question…A time to give him a break,

YOUR HISTORY

14th June

1777: US Continental Congress adopts the Stars & Stripes flag, designed by Francis Hopkinson, replacing the Grand Union flag.

1811: War Breaks Out Behind Uncle Tom’s Cabin – Harriet Beecher Stowe was born. Why Famous: Her most famous work, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”, was a depiction of life for African Americans under slavery and became influential in the United States. A strait-laced daughter of a preacher, herself married to a clergyman.

BOOK OF THE DAY

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RETRO HIT RECORD RAMBLINGS

Reflections of a Top Hit Record

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