It’s not gender bashing in either direction. It’s just the truth, whether it’s because women get 2 xx’s while a guy mixes it up with an xy combo when it all begins, or whether it’s societies roles teaching us before we decide for ourselves how to think and feel…. I dunno. I just know there’s a difference.
And it can be VERY funny! As this guy shows us. I never heard of Mark Gungor before, but I wish I had! In fact, while some people may be turned off by the commercial for the DVD on this clip, I ran to check it out because it made me want to see more. Unfortunately, it timed out. Maybe this clip is circulating quite a bit (I originally got it in email) and is taxing the servers. I just hope the site becomes available again because I want more!
I nodded in agreement as much as I laughed! I can’t tell you how many times John and I have had these discussions:
- If I bring up something from before: “How can you remember that, Erin?! It was 10 years ago!”
- If I discuss something that I think is related to the subject: “We’re not talking about that, Erin. We’re talking about this. They’re not connected!” at which point I point out how they are.
- And when I ask John what he’s thinking about and he answers, “Nothing.”, I think that’s my “Nothing”, meaning, “Please ask me to tell you what I’m thinking. I need the nudging.” But he just says more emphatically, “I said nothing.” To which I reply, “How can you think about NOTHING?” Now I know.
Really funny. And you got to love that he crosses himself before discussing women’s minds.