2007-04-17

Top 10 Rejection Lines Given By Men
(and what they really mean...)


1. I think of you as a sister. (You're ugly.)
2. There's a slight difference in our ages. (You're ugly.)
3. I'm not attracted to you in 'that' way. (You're ugly.)
4. My life is too complicated right now. (You're ugly.)
5. I've got a girlfriend. (You're ugly.)
6. I don't date women where I work. (You're ugly.)
7. It's not you, it's me. (You're ugly.)
8. I'm concentrating on my career. (You're ugly.)
9. I'm celibate. (You're ugly.)
10. Let's be friends. (You're sinfully ugly.)


Эрчүүдийн татгалзсан хариунууд
(агуулж буй утга нь ...)



1. Чамайг дүү (эгч) шигээ боддог. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
2. Бидний нас бас зөрүүтэй байна. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
3. Чамд ийм утгаар сайн болоогүй. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
4. Одоохондоо амьдрал барзгар байна аа. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
5. Би найз хүүхэнтэй. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
6. Ажлынхаа хүүхэнтэй болздоггүй л дээ. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)

7. Чамд бишээ, надад л байх шиг байна. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
8. Би ирээдүйдээ (ажил, мэргэжил) анхаарлаа их төвлөрүүлж байгаа. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
9. Би гоонь. (Чи царай муутай юм аа.)
10. Зүгээр л найзууд байх уу. (Чи бүүр царай муутай юм аа.)

1 comment:

friend said...

TREAT YOUR SPOUSE WITH CONSIDERATION
Contributed by George Smith

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It is important for men to remember that as women
grow
older it becomes harder for them to maintain the
same
quality of housekeeping as they did when they
were
younger. When men notice this, they should try
not to
yell.

Let me relate how I handle the situation.

When I got laid off from my consulting job and
took
"early retirement", it became necessary for
Nancy to get a full-time job, both for the extra
income and for health benefits that we need.

She was a trained medical transcriptionist when
we met
twenty-eight years ago and was fortunate to land
a job
at a local transcription house.

It was shortly after she started working at this
job
that I noticed that she was beginning to show her
age.


I usually get home from fishing or hunting about
the
same time she gets home from work. Although she
knows
how hungry I am, she almost always says that she
has
to rest for half an hour or so before she starts
supper.

Instead, I tell her to take her time. I
understand
she is not as young as she used to be. I just
tell
her to wake me when she finally does get supper
on the
table.

She used to wash the dishes as soon as we
finished
eating. It is now not unusual for them to sit on
the
table for several hours after supper.

I do what I can by reminding her several times
each
evening that they aren't cleaning themselves. I
know
she appreciates this, as it does seem to help her
get
them done before she goes to bed.

Our washer and dryer are in the basement. When
she
was younger, Nancy used to be able to go up and
down
stairs all day and not get tired. Now that she
is
older she seems to get tired so much more
quickly.

Sometimes she says that she just can't make
another
trip down those steps. I don't make a big issue
if
this. As long as she finishes up the laundry the
next evening I am willing to overlook it.

Not only that, but unless I need something ironed
to
wear to the Monday lodge meeting or to Wednesday
's or
Saturday's poker club or Tuesday's or Thursday's
bowling or something like that, I will tell her
to
wait until the next evening to do the ironing.
This
gives her a little more time to do some of those
odds
and ends things like shampooing the dog,
vacuuming or
dusting. If I have had a really good day
fishing,
this allows her to gut and scale the fish at a
more
leisurely pace.

Nancy is starting to complain a little
occasionally.
Not often, mind you, but just enough to notice.
For
example, she will say that it is difficult for
her to
find time to pay the monthly bills during her
lunch
hour.

In spite of her complaining, I continue to try to
offer her encouragement. I tell her to stretch
it out
over two or even three days, that way she won't
have
to rush so much.

I also remind her that missing lunch completely
now
and then wouldn't hurt her any, if you know what
I
mean.

When doing simple jobs she seems to think she
needs
more rest periods than she used to have to take.

A couple of weeks ago she said she had to take a
break
when she was only half finished mowing the yard.
I
overlook comments like these because I realize
it's
just age talking.

In fact, I try not to embarrass her when she
needs
these little extra rest breaks. I tell her to
fix
herself a nice, big, cold glass of freshly
squeezed
lemonade and just sit for a while. I even offer
to
have one with her, as she may as well make one
for me
too, and take her break by the hammock so she can
talk
with me until I fall asleep.

I could go on and on, but I think you know where
I'm
coming from. I know I probably look like a saint
in
the way I support Nancy on a daily basis. I'm
not
saying that the ability to show this much
consideration is easy. Many men will find it
difficult. Some will find it impossible.

No one knows better than I how frustrating women
can
become as they get older.

My purpose in writing this is simply to suggest
you
make the effort.

Achieving the exemplary level of consideration I
have
attained is out of reach for the average man.

However, guys, even if you just yell at your wife
a
little less often because of this article, I will
consider that writing it was worthwhile.


Bob

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Editor's note: Bob's funeral was on Saturday.
Nancy
was acquitted on Monday.