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Being a bloke...

MarkyMarc 13 498 Canada
12 Apr 2006 7:12AM
Being able to secure large flat loads to the roof of your car using one arm while driving with the other.

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SuziBlue 15 16.2k 10 Scotland
12 Apr 2006 7:17AM
BEING A BLAWK - addenda ..

A) GUARDIAN OF THE REMOTE - cutting edge technology is man's work. Plus a cup final is too important to let your wife/girlfriend accidentally change channels at crucial moments. Keep a hold of the remote at all times. Take it to the bathroom with you if necessary.

B) SPLAYING (in some circumstances may be termed 'displaying'). You know how it is. You want to sit on the bus or the train but the seats are too close together and there's no way you're sitting with those knees together! it looks cissy, goddammit. So splay those legs wide even if it does mean flattening someone in the corner. Splay 'em wide and cross your arms if possible or hold them akimbo. You're a man and there's not enough room for YOU!

C) GOING HEAD TO HEAD - in the traffic queue. He's wanting to inch in, you're not gonna let him. The battle is not about the space itself but how long you can go before either of you losing it and revving up and leaping forward with alarming clutch control. The winner gets to do the finger. If it's a girlie wanting to inch in that's a different matter of course.

User_Removed 14 524 England
12 Apr 2006 7:26AM
- car mechanics tell you the truth

- hot wax never goes near your nether regions

- wrinkles add character

- you can throw a ball more than five feet

- You can sit in complete silence with a mate watching sport without ever thinking "he must be mad at me"
mr g 13 403 3 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2006 7:29AM
34) Having no interest whatsoever in visiting Hobby Craft or making birthday, wedding, new house, good luck...cards . Shops sell cards!!! - you don't have to make them and fill the house full of craft stuff (rant over)
digicammad 14 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2006 7:29AM
Sore point eh Rob?

aftertherain 13 4.2k 2 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2006 9:17AM

Quote:fill the house full of craft stuff

Have you seen how much shop bought cards cost???

Would your wife complain about a house full of photographic gear - or is that different Smile
mr g 13 403 3 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2006 11:26AM
My wife does complain about a house full of camera equipment. It's not different at all. It's just that I'm on the computer and she's not!! Control of the keyboard = Power!!!!!
keithh Plus
14 25.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
12 Apr 2006 11:33AM
35. We can run without our knees banging together.
ahollowa 14 1.1k England
12 Apr 2006 11:35AM
35a. or our arms waving wildly in no way connected to the knee's movement at all.


mr g 13 403 3 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2006 11:55AM
35b. When we run we don't squeal. neither do we squeal when a ball is thrown at us
aftertherain 13 4.2k 2 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2006 11:31PM
But you're prone to turn a funny colour when witnessing childbirth.
macroman 15 15.3k England
13 Apr 2006 1:55AM
Using ONE knife for everything in the kitchen, from cutting the bread, buttering it and slicing the ham, and putting on the mustard.

It drives my wife mad. LoL
julesm Plus
14 1.7k 7 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2006 2:13AM
36 NOT HOLDING HANDS, We dont feel the need to hold hands with our other blokey mates when walking down the road.
julesm Plus
14 1.7k 7 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2006 2:17AM
37 HUNTER GATHERER, Turning the beef over on the barbie, and feeling like weve prepared the whole barbeque.
julesm Plus
14 1.7k 7 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2006 7:22AM
38 HAMMER HANDLES, realising they are there for a reason.

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