...that men and women are different, here's another proof. My husband has been spending 1.5 hours 5 nights a week for the past 4 or 5 years in a Jewish learning program. He sits next to a man with whom he has got friendly. They are not very best friends, but the man has been to our house a few times and my husband has gone to this man's. And again, the whole spending 1.5 hours next to each other almost every night for several years in a row thingy.
This week this man came to us to help out my husband with his computer issues. At some point of the conversation, the man noticed our baby sleeping on the couch. He had inquired whether this was our youngest child and then asked, "How many have you got?" Yeah, he did not know. I asked hubby how could that have happened, and hubby said, "It just didn't come up." I didn't ask - too petrified to confirm that I'm right - but am almost positive that hubby doesn't know how many children this man has.
Now, after this, do we really need research that men and women are different? I assume we all know that had that been women, not only we would know the number, but also the names, ages, and quite possibly birthdays. But this is precisely what I had seen recently on msn.com, another article that men and women actually are psychologically different. Who would've thunk?
I am suggesting some other very valuable topics of research:
1. Are men and women different physiologically?
2. Is making bed really necessary every single morning?
3. If you gorge on sugar and chocolate all day long for several years, will you gain weight?
4. Does this dress make me look fat? Please analyze from all angles.
and my personal favorite:
5. If given a choice, would people prefer being rich and healthy over being poor and sick?