I'm a Man and I'm Thankful For It
I am frequently reminded that I am thankful God made me a man. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate all the womanly things women can do like kiss a child's skinned knee and make it all better, but there are some things that I want absolutely no part of.
Child birth - way too painful.
Menopause - mood swings and hot flashes.
Fashion - way too many pairs of black shoes. I have one.
Never standing to pee - way too inconvenient.
Granted I'm an uneducated man about most feminine things, but one thing I never have figured out is why don't they make a flushable feminine product?
Why must women place them in a small metal can next to the toilet?
If guys had to place a used masculine product in a metal box, bolted to the side of the wall, you know some product engineer at Playtex would have developed flushables years ago.
Women - I applaud you, yet am strangely intimidated by you.