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This is my last post for the Ball Park “Men. Easier fed than understood” program, I am a little sad. I’ve enjoyed writing about silly men, and their mysterious ways. Posting about the ridiculous things my hubby has done has been fun, and has brought back some memories I had forgotten about. It also made me realize that I really don’t understand men. They really are from Mars 🙂

I now realize why my mom got frustrated with my dad so often. It didn’t really sink in until I had a husband and son of my own. Bless their hearts, I love them dearly, but they leave me shaking my head almost daily…especially when they can’t find something in the refrigerator and it’s right in front of them!

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Now it is your turn to tell me something about your man (or men in general) that you don’t understand. I can’t wait to hear what you have to say!


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56 Comments

  1. My husband cannot think clearly when our daughter (4) starts to whine. She has already determined that if she whines she will usually get whatever she wants. I found her with a couple of fruit snacks over the weekend right before I made breakfast because she had asked her dad for them.

  2. My story – I have been feeding my husband for nearly 40 yrs and do not understand him most of the time!

  3. My husband is a very happy camper around food.

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  5. “Men. Easier fed than understood” That statement is so true! LOL! My brother is a prime example. Outside of working 40 hours a week I kid you not he subsists solely on video games and nachos and is a night owl. And heaven forbid when he loses on his video games he loses all sense of reasoning LOL! I don’t see how he does it 🙂

  6. I don’t understand how my husband and boys don’t know where the scissor/tape drawer is. It has been in the same drawer for 10 years and I still get “where are the scissors at?”

  7. My hubby is the hardest man to please. I have been with him for 13 years and still don’t understand him one darn bit. But when it comes to food I can almost always figure him out and make him happy. At least I got that going for me, lol.

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  9. My husband is definitely easier fed than understood. He eats pretty much anything I make, but when I ask him what he would like for dinner he says he doesn’t know because he can’t think about food since he’s not hungry. Obviously he will be hungry later and it takes time for me to make something. Anyways, that’s something I don’t quite understand, but part of his charm I guess 🙂

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  11. It’s easier to feed my husband than to understand him. He’s usually hungry but he doesn’t always make sense. I sometimes wonder if he pretends that he doesn’t know where something is or how to do it so that I’ll take care of it instead.
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  14. My hubs works really hard. He usually comes home around 6:30 or 7:00 at night, after the kids and I have already eaten. He sort of has a routine of coming in, taking his shower and putting his jammies on, then heating up his dinner and eating it. This is sort of his time, and no one really bugs him until he’s done eating. We all understand that he needs his little down time from his long days, and that’s the time he gets. Once he’s done eating, he’s like a new man! then it’s game on! This kids are all over him and he’s super dad until he drops out cold at about 9:30. It’s just easier to let him have his time and eat, then it is to bug him! LOL

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