A Four-Letter Word Men Hate to Hear
Published By Mark E. Elswick
Copyright 2011 Mark E. Elswick
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Over the weekend, I learned that I am—by male birthright—an important sounding board to women. While I am sure that this blog will be agreed with by most guys, I am as positive that women need to understand what we guys are thinking while in this listening mode. Be it a friend, girlfriend, fiancée, wife, or whatever, women sure can talk. Maybe females simply do, in fact, possess the Gift of Gab. (Even though that’s one gift I could go without opening.) Surprisingly for me, during this particular 90-minute-listening-session-of-my-day-which-I’ll-never-get-back, all was not lost; I learned something. This educational, albeit lengthy, moment revealed to me the one four-letter word that women say which really, really scares me, as well as it does most men. That word is simple, but it is as vile as all of the other four-letter words people should not use.