Men Share Things They Only Found Out After They Started Living With A Woman (8 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       29 Mar 2021       3119       8 GALLERY VIEW

"Apparently, showering and washing your hair are separate events."



"Apparently, cleaning the toilet on the regular is much, much more important than I'd previously thought."




"To get rid of bangs you don't just cut them off."





"Just how expensive and shoddy brands for women are."




"Pockets are very rare for women's pants. Several years married and still shocked by this."




"The places that their hair will turn up..."





"The hair that gets stuck in the shower drain. OMG."





"When long, loose head hairs wash off in the shower, it's common practice to stick them to the wall rather than let them collect in the drain. If she forgets to remove them afterward, it can be very confusing for the next person in the shower. Why are there a bunch of individual strands of hair deliberately stuck to the wall?"




"I have freaked out too many times at what I thought was a 52-legged spider clinging to my bathroom wall."




"I never realized that she'd start wearing my clothes. T-shirts, sweaters, not even my damn underwear is mine anymore!"





"Hair ties actually disappear faster than MIA socks. Until you find 20 in a kitchen drawer."





"NEVER EVER dry her clothes in a dryer."





"That she owns only one truly GOOD BRA. There is only one and part of your duty as a man is to protect the Good Bra. If you are doing laundry, you must take the greatest of precautions to make sure it is properly cleaned, dried, and stored. God forbid the Good Bra ever turns up missing or in the wrong drawer. Ladies, why is there only one GOOD BRA?"



"Period panties. I wasn't shocked or disgusted by it because I wasn't a 12-year-old; it was just like, 'Huh. Yeah, I guess I'd have a separate selection of underwear to use when I'm menstruating, too. Why the hell would I ruin all of my sexy underwear?'"




"Period [email protected]#ts."





"I always thought that pads operated like Band-aids and they'd just slap 'em over their vaginas and absorb everything. It wasn't until I was...27?...when my girlfriend at the time had some as a backup in case she ran out of tampons and I opened it and looked. The adhesive was on the wrong side for my version of how they worked, and it dawned on me that they're supposed to be stuck to their panties, not their skin. I only regret telling her of that revelation, because she laughed until she cried and then called her mom to tell her about it."





"Fancy makeup takes a long time."





"An innocent cleaning excursion in the right circumstances will lead to a full-on reorganization of all the dang furniture in the house, if you're not careful."




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"That moisturizer goes on the body too."


"I’ve been doing laundry wrong my whole life."





"I’ve been doing the dishes wrong my entire life."





"The way I had been folding towels for years was apparently incorrect. I do the tri-fold method. My wife does the double-fold method. Oh well. First argument we had as a married couple and I lost."




"No matter how many bobby pins are in the house, there is always a need for more."


"What home feels like."




Obediah 6 month s ago
Growing up with older sisters there was nothing new to me, having a girlfriend. Even the occasional meltdowns 'because there is a cute cat' were nothing special. Period cramps are awful, guys. Pro tip for young lads: Always have a sealed snack and ladies hygiene utensils in one of your many pockets. It makes life with a woman a bit easier.
Eseneth 6 month s ago
Obediah, wait, you’re really suggesting that we carry snacks and tampons in our pockets to make life with a woman easier? If you are serious yo7 need to turn in your man card cause you are whipped. No woman likes a whipped man except for some butch feminists.
Obediah 6 month s ago

I say it is a good thing to be supportive to the person you love. No matter how strange it seems in the first glance or how little the thing is. That is called being a grown man, young padavan.
Eseneth 6 month s ago
Obediah, I suppose being raised by a woman and influenced by girls twisted your thinking - and I’m sorry for that - but under NO circumstances should a man carry a tampon in his pocket for a woman. None. Never ever do that. It’s just not something that a man should do. You can show a woman you lover her in a hundred ways - that’s not one of them. I’m just shocked that somehow you have justified such effeminate behavior in your mind but I suppose it’s men like you that have enabled the feminist movement to the country’s detriment. Sick.
Mick 6 month s ago

Mr Smith is right. I'm glad you are not a friend of mine. I like my friends supportive and without insecurities about their masculinity.
Ebbie 6 month s ago

For me, that's a private thing of a person. Even when living together, every person deserves privacy (an area of private life in which the partner has no influence in).

But, every person is different.
Nap 6 month s ago
Downvote me all you like, but it's my responsibility to carry my own feminine products and a couple sweeties in my purse. No one elses. In the event I'm caught without them? I'm resourceful enough to get them.
Rea 6 month s ago
Sometimes I think Republicans take the personal responsibility thing too far. It's okay to have someone do something nice and considerate for you once in a while. Every woman carries her own tampons etc as a given, having a close friend or partner do it as a gesture just wins brownie points.



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