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These men are deeply confused about women. But strangely, they only feel lost in the most trivial, minute areas.


A note to all those that were worried these comments would invite utterly toxic sexism: everything is okay here. These Redditors seem far more interested in asking about leg-shaving and parked cars.

u/grilled_tits asked, "Men of Reddit, what about women leaves you completely baffled?"

The Real Life Savers

One bag of peanut butter m&m's (not the yellow bag... the red bag) will change my wife from wanting to stab me to being a loving and pleasant woman to be around...in the span of about 2 minutes.

u/Shots_anyone

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Manners are Everything

When we are hanging out having casual conversation then her phone rings, she answers, and the pitch of her voice rises to Mariah Carey status.

u/hvitehusen

It's All About Technique

How some women can shave their legs super fast! If I shaved any part of my body that quickly I would look like Hellraiser.

u/robotlasagna

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Just Making Sure You Saw It

The loud gasp while i'm driving about something small lol. Like do you want me to roll the car lol

u/RavenLovesChai

This Is, Indeed, Insane

They can carry other humans inside of them if you think about it it's WILD.

u/abcxyzkh

EXTREMELY Helpful

Their aesthetic sense. How did they all become armchair interior decorators/fashion consultants?

My nine year old daughter is better at picking out my outfits than I am.

u/gud_spelller

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"Hey, You Got a Bobby Pin?"

How is it that bobby pin companies don't rule the world? I swear the average woman must go through more bobby pins in a lifetime than oxygen.

u/kukukele

Talkin' Shop

Pairing up to go to a public toilet.

u/Sergana

Should Have Texted Better

I've had several women give me their number without me asking, but then when I text or call, they never reply. Why do this? I like when a woman makes the first move, but it still usually turns out to be nothing.

u/moondoggie00

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Mind What Matters

How some women can remember the exact details of an argument we had 8 months ago but somehow can't remember were they parked their car at the mall less than an hour ago.

u/mox44ah

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Fam. Weighted blankets.

If you (or your kids - I see you, exhausted parents) struggle to stay asleep at night, weighted blankets might be a game changer for you. We got one for our 1-year-old after a week of her waking up at 4AM for baby jam sessions.

Best $31.99 we have ever spent. Ever.

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As kids, we spent about 8 hours every day in school for 10 months of each year. Not surprisingly, a few useless lessons made their way into the curriculum.

Well, maybe more than a few.

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Kids say some seriously whacky stuff sometimes, it can be disturbing, especially when they tend to discuss people who are not there. When the imagination is heading into "The Sixth Sense" territory, it may be time for a visit to the therapist. Now almost all of us had imaginary friends at one point in life. It is a very normal, common part of childhood. But much like the real friends in corporeal form we make in life, sometimes certain relationships are toxic and not a good influence. And separation is called for.

Redditor u/xX_ENTROPY_Xx wanted to hear about people's children's besties that they haven't laid eyes on by asking..... What's the scariest story you heard a child tell about their "imaginary friend"?

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Be careful what you wish for, you just may get it. That is one of the wisdoms of life that people are always throwing around. It can be especially true when meeting your idols, finding your dream job and searching down blood relatives you knew nothing about. The DNA discovery craze has been all the rage the past decade or so. Everyone is running around contacting family they never knew they had. That can be quite the Pandora's box of family secrets and scandal.The outcomes have been all over the place. Though one of the best led to the discovery of the Golden State killer so that's a win.

Redditor u/VideoFork wanted to know who would be willing to give up some salacious tea about their blood tie discoveries by asking..... People who have taken an ancestry DNA test and accidentally uncovered a family secret, what was it?
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