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25 Things Women Say That Men Misunderstand

Perhaps you’ve tried learning German, French or Spanish, but those languages are nothing compared to Woman. Most scholars agree that the only thing more impossible than understanding the language of women is dividing by 0.[1] You have no hope. Don’t even try. Whatever![1]

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You probably thought that all of that means you should just give up and not try anymore right? Wrong! Any woman will tell you that in the language of women, it means the complete opposite, therefore,[4] you should be more careful with this matter, you shouldnot just abandon her because you simply do not understand her, come on guys, you MUST learn women language.[7]

Here are 25 things women say that men misunderstand.

1). I don’t want to talk about it

She wants you to go away because she is still building up evidence against you.[2]

2). We need…

She wants…

3). I’m not upset

She’s upset

4). You have to learn to communicate

“Communicate” can also be translated as “agree with me”.

5). Do you have to do this now?

Also not a question.[4] It means stop doing what you’re doing and prepare for further orders.

6). What are you doing?

This is actually not a question. It’s a statement akin to “You’re doing it wrong.”

7). We need to talk

You’re dead.

8). We can go anywhere you want

In most cases this means “You had better choose my favorite restaurant”.[5]

9). Don’t worry about it

This means she has told you to do something (possibly more than once) and she is now going to do it herself.[8] Any further inquiries on your part will most likely result in #14 (*loud sigh*).

10). Thanks a lot

It’s a very small distinction but this is actually the opposite of “thanks”. Under no circumstances should you say “you’re welcome”.[3] Typically that would land you back at #12 (Whatever).

11). Thanks

It means thanks. Say “you’re welcome”.

12). Whatever

This is like “fine” except significantly worse.[1] In fact, many times it will follow #16 (Are you listening?).

13). 5 minutes

This depends on context. If she is getting dressed then it is most likely somewhere between 30 and 40 minutes. If you are watching TV then it is closer to 0 minutes. As in “why are you watching TV right now when you should be doing something productive?”[4]

14). *Loud sigh*

You might not think so,[7] but this is actually a word and it can roughly be translated as “I can’t believe I have to stand here and put up with your stupidity”.

15). It’s up to you

If you think this means you have freedom to choose then you are very, very mistaken. A much better translation would be “It’s up to you…to select the right choice which I know but I am not going to tell you because you should know.” Making the wrong choice will usually result in an “It’s okay ( see no:17 ).[5]

16). Are you listening?

You are not listening. There is no way to recover from this.

17). It’s okay

It’s never okay.[9] This only means that she needs some time to figure out your punishment.

18). Fine

This means the argument is over and you lost.

19). It would be nice if…

Everything following the “if” is meant to be interpreted as an unconditional order.[1]

20). Maybe

Still no

21). Yes

In most cases this also means no.[6] There are exceptions but they are very hard to distinguish.

22). No

It means “no”.

23). Go ahead

Do not misconstrue this as permission. In fact, it’s more of a dare. Actually, its always a dare. Don’t do it.[3]

24). Do I look fat in this?

A better translation would be “Do you think I’m ugly?” and the answer is categorically “no”..

25). Nothing

It is something. It is definitely something and you had better figure it out real quick.[2]

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