20 Things that Men Are Like...part three

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Monday, 30 April 2012

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Men Are Like: Squirrels.
What comes out of their mouth is usually nuts!

42
Men Are Like: Presents.
Easy to open, easy to use!

43
Men Are Like: Alcohol.
They're guaranteed to fuck with your head and make you feel like hell in the morning!

44
Men Are Like: Roses.
You have to watch out for the pricks!

45
Men Are Like: New cars.
They're nice in the beginning but depreciate in value while the payments remain the same!

46
Men Are Like: A deck of cards.
You need a Heart to love them, a Diamond to marry them, a Club to batter them, and a Spade to bury the bastards!

47
Men Are Like: Pigeons.
When you least expect it, they shit on you!

48
Men Are Like: Nappies.
They're always on your ass and full of shit!

49
Men Are Like: Pets.
Every girl should own one!

50
Men Are Like: Bank accounts.
Without a lot of money, they don't generate much interest!

51
Men Are Like: Bananas.
The older they get, the less firm they are!

52
Men Are Like: ATMs.
Once they withdraw they lose interest!

53
Men Are Like: Cement.
After getting laid, they take a long time to get hard!

54
Men Are Like: Computers.
In order to get their attention, you have to turn them on!

55
Men Are Like: Bricks.
Waiting to be laid!

56
Men Are Like: Spray paint.
One squeeze and they're all over you!

57
Men Are Like: Horses.
Fun to pet and ride but a pain to feed and clean up after!

58
Men Are Like: Parking meters.
If you don't feed them with enough money you face serious consequences!

59
Men Are Like: Political campaign contributors.
If you let them talk about themselves long enough you wind up in bed with them!

60
Men Are Like: Country & Western songs.
They're annoying, they all sound alike, and if you really listen to them you'll get depressed and drink a lot.


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