BwahahahaBUT... are you suggesting that women are complicated? Women aren't complicated: just gives us chocolate and tell us we're pretty!Try THAT with a washing machine and see if it works for 'ya!
Oh I see, so you ADMIT that men aren't very intelligent.....
Wait, so you can't figure out three sets of dials on a wash machine......but you have no problem deciphering the 153 different settings, modes, and controls in a new car... Please explain.
Well, I'm a woman, and I feel the exact same way.
I think you have it the other way around. You can't figure out how to use a washer and dryer, but you men know every single button on the TV remote?
We women like our choices. What can I say...you got me!
I think you just don't want to know how to use it!! Just like I don't want to know how to take out the garbage!!
So true. So true.
Yes, I know this excuse. That is why they were probably most likely designed by men, to have a chauvinistic excuse not to do their share of laundry.Lauren won't fall for that lame excuse. You married too smart.
So you're saying, right here on the internet, that you can only grasp the complexities of two positions. Iiiinnnteresting. Be careful what you wish for.
Susie, you are bad! William knows he has it exactly backwards as "gadgets" go, Men usually think that the more complicated, the better. But, as far as washing machine buttons, he just needs to understand that it can't go from 0 to 60 in 10 seconds.
Tell Lauren I'm on her side. Again.
My theory is the washing machine settings all do the same thing. The dial is just there so they can charge more for the Elite Washomatic 3000...
Who cares what the machine manufacturers intended about who does the laundry? It's what your WIFE intends regarding the laundry that will decide whether you ever get your two positions again. ;)
I read this was going to leave a great comment but I really think that Susie trumped everyone already so I'll just add- dude!
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