How to Make a Woman Happy


It’s not difficult to make a woman happy. A man only needs to be:
1. a friend
2. a companion
3. a lover
4. a brother
5. a father
6. a master
7. a chef
8. an electrician
9. a carpenter
10. a plumber
11. a mechanic
12. a decorator
13. a stylist
14. a sexologist
15. a gynecologist
16. a psychologist
17. a pest exterminator
18. a psychiatrist
19. a healer
20. a good listener
21. an organizer
22. a good father
23. very clean
24. sympathetic
25. athletic
26. warm
27. attentive
28. gallant
29. intelligent
30. funny
31. creative
32. tender
33. strong
34. understanding
35. tolerant
36. prudent
37. ambitious
38. capable
39. courageous
40. determined
41. true
42. dependable
43. passionate
44. compassionate

WITHOUT FORGETTING TO:

45. give her compliments regularly
46. love shopping
47. be honest
48. be very rich
49. not stress her out
50. not look at other girls

AND AT THE SAME TIME, YOU MUST ALSO:

51. give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself
52. give her lots of time, especially time for herself
53. give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT:

54. Never to forget:
birthdays
anniversaries
arrangements she makes

HOW TO MAKE A MAN HAPPY

1. Show up naked
2. Bring food

Saluting The French

The History Of The Middle Finger
Well, now……here’s something I never knew
before, and now that I know it, I feel compelled
to send it on to my more intelligent friends in
the hope that they, too, will feel edified. Isn’t
history more fun when you know something about it?

Before the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, the
French, anticipating victory over the English,
proposed to cut off the middle finger of all
captured English soldiers. Without the middle finger
it would be impossible to draw the renowned
English longbow, and therefore they would be
incapable of fighting in the future. This famous
English longbow was made of the native English
Yew tree, and the act of drawing the longbow was
known as “plucking the yew” (or “pluck yew”) .

Much to the bewilderment of the French, the
English won a major upset and began mocking
the French by waving their middle fingers at the
defeated French, saying, See, we can still pluck
yew!

ince ‘pluck yew’ is rather difficult to say,
the difficult consonant cluster at the beginning has
gradually changed to a labiodentals fricative F’,
and thus the words often used in conjunction
with the one-finger-salute!

It is also because of the pheasant feathers on
the arrows used with the longbow that the
symbolic gesture is known as “giving the bird.”

IT IS STILL AN APPROPRIATE SALUTE TO THE FRENCH
TODAY!

And yew thought yew knew every plucking thing!