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How unfortunately true!

It takes a woman twenty years to make a man of her son, and another woman twenty minutes to make a fool of him.

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  1. True, but what about the daughters? I think the girls are made fools too, too often.

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  2. Devil Mood: Women are so much smarter! :-)Female of the species is always more deadlier than the male!

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  3. It's so true! I wonder if they'll ever catch on?! :-)

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  4. I dont know about the men, But I'm sure almost all women will agree with me :-)

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  5. ha ha how true... but i think if the man is smart enuf, women cant fool him easily.. same holds true vice versa too..

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  6. Twenty minutes..that long eh?

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  7. Diya : Its not about fooling deliberately--its about being fools in love :-)

    Niall:Yeah--sometimes even lesser :-)

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  8. Very true, and I agree with devil-mood. Sometimes our daughters fall, too. However, they do seem to get up quicker and learn their lesson a wee bit faster.

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  9. :)aano? kooduthal njan onnu aalochichu nokkatte

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  10. cute...and true...all women have tried it...pity is..it always works...

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  11. That's why us men have to stick together. A defense against the evil fool makers of the world.

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  12. Hello there, wisdom-dancing woman friend. I am poking my head out of its hole and loving what you've done with the place.

    My dream is to exchange paint for clay with you some day. Wouldn't that be grand?

    Let's see now-----you look like you are about 17 now, so I am guessing that thirteen years ago, you must have looked to be about 3. Am I close?

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  13. Rayne: Of course they will.Women are smarter :)

    Deepak: Eruvathu minute mathram!

    Dreamer: I'm with you!

    Freelance:LOL :D

    Gawpo:you are the best!!!! xoxo :)

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  14. Okay, and now for this: If a man is made foolish by a woman, she has only stepped where the ice is thinnist. And he needed to know where that was. Yes, he should blush. And then he should be thankful.

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