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10:23 PM on 09/11/2013
LOL- this list is like a list every husband tells how wife or wishes he could without getting into a fight. women are their own worse enemies.
10:17 PM on 09/11/2013
Some of you seem to be projecting on this list. Some of the folks are suggesting additions to the list that I've never come across with any of my female friends. We're not gold-diggers, we don't use our body to get ahead, and we don't envy what others have (or if we do we don't voice that to our husband/partner or anyone else). If those are the type of women you are coming across, then I'm sorry for you, but there are a lot of really great women (and men) out there. Maybe look at why you're attracting the types of people you don't like.
10:30 AM on 09/12/2013
Well, some of the things on this list only apply to some women. My wife doesn't suffer from all these things. So the list is just a some women list anyway.
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Kidgerbury
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10:14 PM on 09/11/2013
24. Worrying about following the above 23 rules.
25. Paying attention to arbitrary lists of rules.
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10:11 PM on 09/11/2013
#1 Stop doing what you think you should, but what you really want to do. And if what you want to do contradicts what you think you should, check your moral compass. If it does not harm or hurt anyone, go for it.
Life is a series of trial and errors. Not one path or formula fits all. Explore and have fun with discovering what fulfills you and not just make you happy. Some things may not work out, and it is ok. There are things which will. And they are so meaningful. Nothing in life is that permanent or absolute. You can change whatever that does not work for you, if you choose to.
Peace :)
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humaneisfact
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10:09 PM on 09/11/2013
for once,I agree with a huffpost "list".
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10:04 PM on 09/11/2013
.....or simply stop reading lists about what you should or shouldn't do and be yourself.
10:00 PM on 09/11/2013
I have not met too many women who are very sorry or that apologize. I call that a sense of entitlement.
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ArChiMi
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10:51 PM on 09/11/2013
Your comment indicates that you do not deserve an apology from any woman.
10:55 PM on 09/11/2013
Your comment is reserved for people who are very judgemental who have no life at all but to judge others. Do you know all the women i been though. No you dont and i dont know what you been though. So ha. You are a follower with no life obviously
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09:06 AM on 09/12/2013
That's pretty stupid of you to judge like that, you don't know the women he knows/been involved with. There are plenty of conceited women who refuse to accept any culpability for their actions, as there are plenty of men. You'll live.
09:57 PM on 09/11/2013
Also women need to stop following the crowd when it comes to relationships and their lives. Everybody is unique and beautiful in its own way and every relationship is unique. You cant make a relationship unique and special when you play the same dating games as everybody else. This goes for men too.
09:54 PM on 09/11/2013
I dont know or i havent met too many women that apologize. They are always right no matter what. Even when they havent researched the problem. If you have some kind of deep connection they might apologize but it doesnt meant their heart is felt through sorry. Same goes for men i guess. But I have yet to meet one. They can do anything. And they feel entitled to get away or get pass it.
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09:46 PM on 09/11/2013
I understand that these are all things that women should stop doing. But Im a man and well over half of these apply to me as well. Im wondering if I am abnormal as a man in this regard or if this is just something men dont admit to or discuss etc.
10:12 PM on 09/11/2013
Nope. Had the exact same thought.
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humaneisfact
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10:13 PM on 09/11/2013
my "man" doesnt outwardly seem to have any issues but know inside he does...and he is of the club of dont ask dont tell .That would include most straight men...and im sure some gay men too.
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portinari232
10:54 PM on 09/11/2013
I feel like women discuss these things more often... or, at least, they are more introspective and aware or vigilant to these types of things.  Men never (rarely) do this.  We may think about it on the inside occasionally.  But we set it aside as, i dont know, too emotional or something.  For this reason, i feel like this article would be much more beneficial to society if it was aimed towards men.  
I am not trying to be one of the guys here that seeks out specific articles in order to cry some sort of reverse-sexism (HuffPo has FAR too many of them as it is.) I understand that this is helpful to many women.  Im just saying that i wish there were articles like this geared towards men
JoeInTexas13
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09:43 PM on 09/11/2013
How about not telling me I have to pee sitting down?

That will never happen.

Well, unless I have to poop as well.
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marissa emily
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10:03 AM on 09/12/2013
TMI
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LaVrie
"Is not truth, truth for all?"
09:41 PM on 09/11/2013
Very hard to break the "I'm sorry", habit; it becomes almost a verbal reflex action.

I still believe that women wear high heels for men. Why else would you suffer such misery? You don't get to see them (really) when you wear them. They are painful. And why else would they be called "hooker" or "stripper" shoes?

I don't believe in "body obsessing"; but since 60 % of us are overweight to some degree . . .
07:22 AM on 09/12/2013
No, they don't wear high heels for men. they wear high heels because they are insecure about their height. Just as they don't wear plastic fingernails, false eyelashes, rip out their eyebrows and paint them back on, dye their hair, use botox, go to tanning booths, etc. etc. etc.because of men.

Have you ever heard a guy say "check out the fingernails on that babe!"? Women do all of this stuff because OTHER women judge them.
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lawyerfan
04:06 PM on 09/12/2013
As a man, I feel compelled to comment (and I don't have anything else to do right now). Some women may wear heels because they are insecure about their height. That's okay with me. Some women who are six feet tall wear heels. That's okay with me too. The important thing is that they wear them, especially if they have attractive legs. Men notice nice legs, heels, short skirts, cleavage, curves, booty (not necessarily in that order). Fingernails and eyelashes, not so much. Pastel hair, orange tan, eyebrows that look like Clark Gable's moustache - fuggittit!
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LaVrie
"Is not truth, truth for all?"
04:48 PM on 09/12/2013
What you say *should* be true; but I have to disagree with you, tomodachi.
Think about showgirls, strippers, centerfolds, pornography performers.  Almost all these women have a highly artificial look; with nearly all the details that you list.  These women (and their employers) are trying to get mens' attention and money.  You do that by giving men *exactly* what they want.
If men really did like "natural" women; then all these "sex symbols" would wear flats, have plain brown hair, have small breasts and just wear moisturizer and lip balm on their faces.
I do agree with you about manicures and fingernails. I do this for myself.  It's nice to look down and see 10 little pools of color on your nails.  It cheers me up.  Fingernails, rings and bracelets are the ones we get to see ourselves :-)
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03:44 AM on 09/13/2013
Women's own rhetoric says they dress for other women, not for men.

Yet despite this improbable and disrespectful charade of disinterest, they expect sympathy for their fashion choices.
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LaVrie
"Is not truth, truth for all?"
08:25 AM on 09/13/2013
I have never understood or given credence to the "dress for other women" rhetoric.  It just doesn't make any sense.
08:29 PM on 09/11/2013
I keep judging these people's sex lives, but a part of me wants to stop doing that:

http://www.newzimbabwe.com/news/news.aspx?newsID=12318
10:57 PM on 09/11/2013
then you must not have a decent sex life of your own.
01:19 PM on 09/12/2013
Waxxx, I get that you've had some crappy relationships and that there are a lot of nasty folks out there but honestly some of your comments are downright awful, you're doing a lot of stereotyping. I've met a lot of men who don't apologize for anything EVER, I've met a lot of women who don't either, people really are people, we really are unique. Maybe if you stop making blanket statements about people, especially the gender you seem to prefer to date (in spite of seeming to not like or respect them very much), you'll start finding better people to date, anyone who doesn't bat an eye at comments like that is probably going to be trouble in the long run. Back in my single days (10 years of happy, honest, fun, supportive, apologizing-when-we're-wrong marriage under my belt so far) if a guy made comments like the ones you've been making I would've run away fast. Maybe that's what's happening to you, the good ones get scared away and the ones with issues stick around for more passive-aggressive weirdness.
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unbelievable1
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07:44 PM on 09/11/2013
#25 punching your husband in the junk hard because he's snoring
07:53 PM on 09/11/2013
Lol... My wife does have her ways of stopping me, but that is not one of them.
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unbelievable1
the saw is family
08:48 PM on 09/11/2013
does she just nudge you or punch you in the shoulder?  btw im a viking fan also....time to try cassel over ponder yet?
01:25 AM on 09/12/2013
Serious note - Loud snoring can mean sleep apnea, which can be a serious condition. Safe and effective treatments are available. The sufferer is often the last to know, but their sleeping partner knows right away! :-)
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Laguna
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07:32 PM on 09/11/2013
Stop obsessing over lists, get over yourself, get comfortable, live a stress-free life, and find time for some love along the way.
09:58 PM on 09/11/2013
They dont ever get over themselves mostly. Its me me me. Hey your over their in Laguna beach, Laguna Nigel. haha Cali baby! Im over here in the political hollywood of the USA. Also called hollywood for ugly people lol they never get over themselves no matter what.
10:04 PM on 09/11/2013
Or obsessing over looks or what others have. Well some women never do that man. Its all about them. Your time is not their time, Its their time. Hows cali man? Laguna beach rocks!
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Laguna
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02:14 AM on 09/12/2013
Not at Laguna Beach or in California. Men could tone it down and women could give the nice guys a try. However, in a culture where you can basically marry and retire or stay single and available and have boyfriends pay, many women opt for an easy route in life. I find their emotional baggage hard to bear.
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Laguna
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02:19 AM on 09/12/2013
Not in Laguna Beach, CA. Some men are weird too. For instance, the Tony Soprano in a speedo look is very distasteful. I heard you man, it's like their brains are on speed. Always about what said this to who, and why, and what clothes her second cousin wore to this party, etc.