Menstrual cycle....heehee

  1. A study in Wisconsin showed that the kind of male face a woman finds
    > >attractive can differ depending on where a woman is in her menstrual
    >cycle.
    > >
    > >For instance, if she is ovulating, she is likely to be attracted to men
    > >with more rugged and masculine features.
    > >
    > >If she is menstruating, she is likely to be impressed by a man with a
    > >scissors through his temple and a bat shoved up his ass.
    >
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  2. 56 Comments

  3. by   Chttynurs
    :roll
  4. by   altomga
    :roll

    That is TOOOOO funny!!!!
  5. by   CseMgr1
  6. by   Sable's mom
    :roll :roll :roll
  7. by   Flynurse


    HaHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHH!!!!!!!!!!
  8. by   MandyInMS
    As a woman menstruating at this moment I must strongly agree with the latter statement.....lmaoooooooo
  9. by   funnygirl_rn
    Originally posted by MandyInMS
    As a woman menstruating at this moment I must strongly agree with the latter statement.....lmaoooooooo

    Ditto here....and add a crummy head cold to that mix! :roll
  10. by   nowplayingEDRN
    Oh yeah baby!! No truer words were spoken
  11. by   moz
    :roll I like it...so true!
  12. by   EE2NP
    I don't think it's just me, but I don't find your joke the least bit funny or amusing! And the rest you you that are yukking it up and agreeing with this are only adding to the problem.

    The fact that a woman is having her period is not a reason, or even an excuse, for anybody to put scissors in anyone's temple or a bat up their asses, especially men. What part of that do you not understand?

    Why continue to foster the "women are victims" philosophy by joking about cruelty to other people. Or, perhaps you've bought into the idea that men really do deserve such treatment simply because they are men? I realize, I think, that this is supposed to be a forum for humor, but this isn't funny.

    As a man looking to go into nursing as a second career, I think I'll have enough challenges and have to watch my back as it is.

    Flame away if it makes you feel better, but your period is not my problem. Don't get me wrong. I'm very sensitive and compassionate...............I'm married and I have four daughters, but "taking it out" on others is plain wrong, regardless of the cause. Period and paragraph.

    Walt
  13. by   Gomer
    Oh, Walt, you really have to be a woman to understand. Ask you wife or daughters, I bet they would be laughing to. Scissors and a bat are pretty mild considering how many of us feel. And I don't consider myself a victim just because I occasionally would like to kill my man or eat myself to death with a ton of chocolate. Heck, sometimes I want to kill him and it's not the "time of month".
  14. by   EE2NP
    Originally posted by Gomer
    Oh, Walt, you really have to be a woman to understand. Ask you wife or daughters, I bet they would be laughing to. Scissors and a bat are pretty mild considering how many of us feel. And I don't consider myself a victim just because I occasionally would like to kill my man or eat myself to death with a ton of chocolate. Heck, sometimes I want to kill him and it's not the "time of month".
    Gomer,
    Your point is well taken. And, you're right I'll never know firsthand what it's like to actually experience a period.....physically impossible....I get it.

    My wife will be 61 soon, and my daughters are ages 41, 33, 32, and 21. (I have a son who's 38 also.) Over the years I've seen many a period come and go (at least from a man's perspective). Over the years, I've given countless backrubs, fetched the heating pad, and made midnight runs down to the grocery store to pick up tampons, whatever. I've seen my daughters do their Jeckyll and Hyde routine with great regularity. I've seen how miserable they felt and I always tried to be the sympathetic, caring, dad.

    But an important point made in our family and reinforced by my wife is that no matter how crummy you feel, it doesn't give you the right to indulge that "crumminess" and take it out on someone else.

    She stressed that if there's an issue on some other matter then address it in the context of that issue and not use the fact that you feel rotten as a pretext to work the other issue. She always tried to bring this menstrual cycle issue to a higher level and tried to major on what was really important. She lead by example and I've always admired and honored her for that.

    You know, I think my wife was pretty wise. Maybe that's why I love her so much.

    Again, your point is well taken, but I stand by my earlier conviction.

    Walt

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