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10 Things Men Hate About Women

These are the ten things all men hate about women. Note I said men as in real men, this won’t apply for the men that will live in fear of their partner…

One

Men hate the way women jump to conclusions and asumptions with out knowing all the facts surrouding the situation. Women see a situation and immediatly jump to the most logical explanation with out asking any questions. Then when men try to explain the womans mind is already made up with their own dillusion and they think they are right. Heres an example…

What happened my sandwich you ate it on me…. Eh no I didn’t the dog must have taken it… Eh no he didn’t you ate it…. Look the dog is eating it in the corner there look… Well you gave it to him then, there is no way the dog could have taken it off the plate… Yeah sure hunny what ever..

Two

Women love to make plans without consulting us first, just as we think that we are going to have a handy weekend and just relax ourselves. Who should walk into crush our spirt, only herself, with great news on how she is got other plans in mind. And when we make plan to do something we get… Eh no your not your doing this instead… Famous words, I told you during the week.. If you told us during the week we wouldn’t have made our plans to relax for the weekend, would we..

Three

We don’t want to know your every step of the day. Women have a habit of saying, guess what happenend to me today… What happend honey ? thinking you would just tell us the actual event of what happend. But no you tell us everything from the minute you left the house all the way up to what happend and everything in between… And you then wonder why we dont listen to you… Just give us the facts we dont want to know what kind of trouble you had finding a parking spot, or how much of a bitch your boss is or if a work college wore the same clothes as you… we just dont want to know.

Four

We hate your total disregard in our input in dicisions. Women ask our advice and then dont take it.. For example… There is somebody talking about me in work and she is a total bitch what should I do… Confront her and tell her how much of a bitch she is if front of everybody and be little her just like she is behind your back.. Yeah I will thanks I’ll do it first thing tomorrow… After work that day… So did you do it ? Eh no I never got a chance.. how could you not get the chance she works beside you… Men confront men and let them know what they think of each other all the time. Thats how its done, usually when we have our differances a side we know where we stand and just get on afterwards.

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  1. Morgana

    On March 21, 2009 at 5:06 am


    How come I’m not surprised? Should I come out with a thousand things I hate about men? Anyway, those things you’ve mentioned are small things,I don’t know why you are so bugged by them.Sometimes we ask our partner’s for their opinions because we might not be sure what looks better on us, we just want a second opinion. How difficult it is to give an opinion on a dress? WOW ..We give you a whole story before getting to the facts because we want you to know how we got there. How would you appreciate the point of the story if you don’t know how everything happened? I wouldn’t go shopping with a man because you guys are babies. Like so, you should stay home. Why do you need to leave the toilet seat up? Why can’t you see how annoying that is. OMG!!! I would continue this but this post is getting too long.

  2. DA Cournean

    On March 21, 2009 at 6:33 am


    Okay, I surrender! Most of these things we do. But…….. Gotta love us!!!

  3. Souveek

    On March 21, 2009 at 8:52 am


    Stephen u got a wonderful sense of humor and that shows in ur writing. . KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. . I feel the same way man !

  4. Laura Mae

    On March 21, 2009 at 10:10 am


    ha, great work stephen. not gonna lie, i agree with all of this. lol

  5. Jilli

    On March 21, 2009 at 11:56 am


    It is after all, a workable compromise-for example I would say, “let’s try something new for two weeks. If you don’t like it, we’ll try something that interests you, NOT!” And that’s the end of that story, lol.

  6. rutherfranc

    On March 21, 2009 at 12:20 pm


    this is true and the Morgana`s observation is also true.. but me and my wife just laugh it off instead of arguing over it.. acceptance that you cannot control your partner is the key..

  7. Lauren Axelrod

    On March 21, 2009 at 1:05 pm


    I see your point, but these are some of the same things women hate about men. And there is a reason to question a man about their whereabouts because usually there is a good reason for it.

  8. nightcharmer

    On March 21, 2009 at 2:20 pm


    What you wrote is definitely true to quite a large extent, though I wouldn’t go as far as using the word “Hate” in the title. Lol. But seriously, gender differences are just too many and unexplainable. I think it is only inevitable to stereotype, since you are writing an article based on this. But those points sound so true, you gotta admit it. There are just things we don’t understand why the women are doing it, and vice versa. Good and funny take on this issue. Cheers bro!

  9. Onlywaytobesure

    On March 21, 2009 at 5:52 pm


    You should consider writing in a diary instead of on the internet. Keep it under your bed. Don’t let anyone see it. In 10 years or so you can take it out, read it over, and thank yourself for having the wisdom to refrain from embarrassing yourself in a public forum.

  10. Alice Wonder

    On March 21, 2009 at 6:13 pm


    This is one of my great upsets about life. I do none of these things on list, my husband does one or two. I’ve never had the same relationship dynamics with the two different people, because people have different reactions around one another. The idea that we all fit into this ‘man’ and ‘woman’ is insane.

    It breaks my heart every time I hear someone say it’s a guy thing, or a girl thing. Because we’re all just people, we all have different genetic makeup, different brains, different hormone levels, different backgrounds, morals, methods, and emotions.

    Therefor I find things like this misleading :( They degrade the value of a relationship by placing a high premium on such generalized everyday stuff. I despise shopping, but if myself or my husband particularly need something, we both have the day off–why not go together? I honestly don’t know how people can believe something like this. Too many details about your day? It’s so petty! How on earth do these things even come close to mattering? If you’re WITH a person, shouldn’t you be overjoyed in their company? And I don’t know about the rest of the world, but it seems like most of us have to work, and that’s a big chunk of a persons time and energy. At the end of my day and the start of my weekends I try and make the most of the little time that I actually DO get to spend with my partner.

    Sorry, this is just about the content, it’s still well written.

    Well written though!

  11. postpunkpixie

    On March 21, 2009 at 8:19 pm


    steve, much as I like you, this is awfully generalised and sexist. Not all men and women act like that, and using the pronouns “we” and “you” is pretty harsh, it makes is sound as though all men are united against a common enemy.

    It’s sort of funny, I suppose, but the raging feminist in me won’t let this sort of thing slip, sorry.

    Oh and the toilet seat thing… who cares?

  12. V Frost

    On March 21, 2009 at 8:36 pm


    I enjoyed the humor in this article. So many articles floating around triond are full of generalized stereotypes about men. Classic Mars v. Venus. Great article!!My husband and I enjoyed a nice laugh from this one.

  13. agentX

    On March 21, 2009 at 11:04 pm


    good one stephen , hit the nail straight into the head…

  14. Karen Gross

    On March 21, 2009 at 11:12 pm


    Some commenters are taking this way too seriously! I’m with rutherfranc on this one – these are things to joke about! I will plead guilty on 2,4,6,&7 – especially #7. At the mall, men hunt, women gather. That’s why they put chairs by the dressing rooms. I am finding out how much frustration my hubby has put up with me dragging him along to shop, now that our 2 teenage girls are shopping for clothes – I’ve created little shopping monsters in my image.
    The best book I have ever seen on this topic is “What men understand about women, by Lee Ezel – All of the pages are blank.

  15. Alice Wonder

    On March 22, 2009 at 1:32 am


    wow! my comment needs some editing.

    While some people take this in a joking context, I still really can’t see the humor in any of it. I see too many men and women growing into these stereotypes BECAUSE they’re so widespread. This is a form of media, and today’s world is shaped by the media. It’s influential towards growing minds, children, and idiots. It puts no value on the intimate connection of a partnership, which is one of the most beautiful and rare things in this world!

    When a child grows up surrounded by things of this nature (Look at the sheer volume of TV sitcoms on similar topics–Everybody loves Raymond, How I met your Mother, Home Improvement, Rules of Engagement…the list is long) you don’t think that has some influence and impact on them? It shows kids that it’s okay to belittle their partner. It draws a great big line right in front of their eyes, that further divides the genders.

    Sorry for hijacking your comments :(

  16. Melody SJAL

    On March 22, 2009 at 5:34 am


    I guess, we cannot generalize everybody and every situation. I did enjoy the read though.

  17. Katien

    On March 22, 2009 at 7:31 am


    This could just as easily be ‘10 things that women hate about men’.

  18. stephencardiff

    On March 22, 2009 at 11:01 am


    I cant believe that some people are taking this to heart.. You all know its true but yet you all still deny it… that is where the humor lies… Im enjoying reading these comments funny stuff..

  19. CutestPrincess

    On March 22, 2009 at 9:32 pm


    Thing no. 1: One task wonder
    Thing no. 2: Taking things for granted
    Thing no. 3: The big fat male ego
    Thing no. 4: Women are all about sex
    Thing no. 5: Running away…
    Thing no. 6: The staring game
    Thing no 7: Long hair
    Thing no 8: Make up your mind!
    Thing no. 9: Sex on his mind, all the time
    Thing no. 10: Bringing hairy back

  20. Denise Kawaii

    On March 23, 2009 at 8:54 am


    This is a very generalized list, or very specific to what you see as your partners faults and annoyances. Either way, your comments above reflect that you have struck a nerve with your audience!

    Kudos for getting your readers involved, getting them to have a conversation with others about your topic, and for getting them to feel real emotion over stereotypes.

  21. Westbrook

    On March 23, 2009 at 10:07 am


    This is all tongue-in-cheek humor, but so many people today are so wired to resent and resist everything they feel may cast some doubt on their image. This society has reached a point where everything has to be politically correct and most people think they are entirely equal, but common sense dictates. People need to loosen up. I agree about the toilet seat. If we are all equal, then why is it an issue if a man leaves the seat up?

  22. A W B

    On March 25, 2009 at 1:18 am


    Dear Stephen,

    I think this a very popular topic with men and yes, there is always going to be difference between men and women as right from the birth when parents start treating them differently, they are bound to be different. If both sex was treated equally then I guess there would be much understanding and less expectation.

    However, I partially liked your point four, as I do believe that is important for one to confront the situation or person when they are facing any problem and it is not necessary that you behave in same manner. You can do it decently and in a soft manner so that you don’t hurt other person like they do.

    We human have one problem when someone hurts us; we try to do same with them. Instead of trying to be nice and explain them what you felt when they did so and so with you. We can hope that they will understand and stop hurting.

    God Bless!

  23. Ari

    On April 16, 2010 at 8:44 am


    this was the most fair sounding article of such topic i have come across… however… do women really do this?

    I’ll address it each number at a time…

    1. I’ve known many men to jump to conclusions in such a way. I personally do not, I ask questions. Which I am sure, you would also complain is annoying… oh look in number 5 you complain women ask too many questions. 8/ So… then what are women meant to do.. oh thats right, we should be mind readers.

    2. I most certainly make plans without consulting my partner. Again, this is clearly not a female only thing, its a rude person thing. Men do this as well.

    3. Funny thing is I generally dont talk about my day, but i do ask my partner about his day…. and guess what, when the shoe is on the other foot men also tell you every little weird and wonderful detail… which in my partners case includes how large his bowel movement was… or its unique consistancy.

    4. This is a PERSON thing… men do this too… a lot of people do this because they want a sounding board, to hear ideas so they can make an informed decision… what you were complaining in number 1 that women dont do…. Im seeing a pattern developing here… your wife must be so confused.

    5. If you dislike telling your partner where you are going, somethings wrong, shes going to pick it up and she is going to ask. She may want to know because she is going out later and wants to know if she can borrow the car, or if your plans conflict. But if you are simply walking out the door saying “see ya later!” of course she will want to know. I havent been with a man that did not ask me where i was going… or if they go out and get home before me… asking me where i have been. I have never been offended or annoyed by it, I have nothing to hide.

    6. Ive heard women do this. I dont give a f**k about fashion, I know what i like and thats what im going to wear. I also hear women often go through a million outfit changes before they settle on one. Not me, pretty much everything i have goes with everything else… its not rocket science. Ive never asked someone such questions… though I occasionally ask if what i am wearing is appropriate for the event my partner arranged for us to attend.

    7. I hate shopping… eeeespecially clothes shopping. I know what i like in general, i know where to get it, i go in, i buy it if its cheap enough, if it looks like it will fit i wont try it on, if its a complex design, i might spend a hurried moment in the dressing room feeling like my life is slipping away from me as i waste it putting on and taking off clothing. Unless its toys… of course… a new computer, a new car… now thats exciting.

    8. This one is mind boggling. Are you seriously attributing this to women? If I drop something and it breaks, I curse. I might even tell the broken mug its stupid and deserves its unfortunate death as I get the broom out and take care of my own mess.

    9. I never call to my partner from another room unless its an emergency… like I am injured and bleeding to death and i cant possibly get up. To call from another room is not a female trait… my father does it LOL Its merely a rude person trait. Also… everybody hates interuptions when they are doing something… and guess what… men interupt women while they are busy as well… again… its all got to do with manners and respect. Clearly you have only met ball busting hardcore women.

    10. The toilet seat. Its simple. Men should put it down, because if a lady is in a hurry or half asleep and the toilet seat is up, when she isnt expecting it, she will fall into the loo. LOL Imagine, having all your bits dunked in cold toilet water when you least expect it. You would be a bit cranky too. If the toilet seat is down, worst that can happen is if the guy doesnt see it, he might pee a bit on it. But whats that matter, they already pee all over the floor anyway xD

    Cheers dude, you reminded me of the ever raging battle between men and women, that exists for absolutely no reason.

  24. Ari

    On April 16, 2010 at 8:50 am


    this was the most fair sounding article of such topic i have come across… however… do women really do this?

    I’ll address it each number at a time…

    1. I’ve known many men to jump to conclusions in such a way. I personally do not, I ask questions… oh look in number 5 you complain women ask too many questions.

    2. I do not make plans without consulting my partner. Again, this is clearly not a female only thing, its a rude person thing. Men do this as well.

    3. Funny thing is I generally dont talk about my day, but i do ask my partner about his day…. and guess what, when the shoe is on the other foot men also tell you every little weird and wonderful detail… which in my partners case includes how large his bowel movement was… or its unique consistancy.

    4. This is a PERSON thing… men do this too… a lot of people do this because they want a sounding board, to hear ideas so they can make an informed decision…

    5. If you dislike telling your partner where you are going, somethings wrong, If you are simply walking out the door saying ’see ya later’ of course she will want to know. I havent been with a man that did not ask me where i was going… or if they go out and get home before me… asking me where i have been or what i have been doing. I have never been offended or annoyed by it, I have nothing to hide.

    6. Ive heard women do this. I dont give a f**k about fashion, I know what i like and thats what im going to wear.

    7. I hate shopping… eeeespecially clothes shopping. Unless its toys… of course… a new computer, a new car… now thats exciting.

    8. This one is mind boggling. Are you seriously attributing this to women? If I drop something and it breaks, I curse. I might even tell the broken mug its stupid and deserves its unfortunate death as I get the broom out and take care of my own mess.

    9. I never call to my partner from another room unless its an emergency… like I am injured and bleeding to death and i cant possibly get up. To call from another room is not a female trait… my father does it LOL Its merely a rude person trait. Also… everybody hates interuptions when they are doing something… and guess what… men interupt women while they are busy as well… again… its all got to do with manners and respect. Clearly you have only met ball busting women.

    10. The toilet seat. Its simple. Men should put it down, because if a lady is in a hurry or half asleep and the toilet seat is up, when she isnt expecting it, she will fall into the loo. LOL Imagine, having all your bits dunked in cold toilet water when you least expect it. You would be a bit cranky too. If the toilet seat is down, worst that can happen is if the guy doesnt see it, he might pee a bit on it. But whats that matter, they already pee all over the floor anyway xD

    Cheers dude, you reminded me of the ever raging battle between men and women, that exists for absolutely no reason.

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