I need a man to remind me that the age of chivalry really is dead (or prove it isn't).33) I'd forgotten how many times I lied about my ex being sick, ill or working late to get out of doing things.
I need a man as my excuse for not going to Christmas drinks with the scary couple at No 10.37) Despite my previous love of scented candles, infusers and room sprays I now find them too sickly sweet.
2) It is a cliche for women to say that all their husbands are good for is 'putting out the rubbish' - but they've got a point.
The combination of wheelie bins and fortnightly collections means I need a man to push my monstrous bin down the gravel path to the road.19) All my life I have suffered from icy feet, and hot-water bottles are hopeless because they are cold at 3am when you need them the most.
There’s no excuse for not sounding charming and hilarious over text. ” and “cool” will lead her to believe that either you’re too lazy or just not funny—and that’s when your chances of scoring plummet. Yet since so many men still make this blunder, it has to be said.
Whichever disastrous message outcome came from combining mistakes ten (wazup wher chi at) and three (send me a pic of that ass), chances are she can no longer take you seriously—or thinks you’re a pig.
If you can’t achieve straight up self-control, at least there’s an app for that.
I have a phobia about those mechanical car-washes and I don't think you can call out the AA to clean your car, so I need a man to keep my white car white.24) Every man I've ever known was convinced women were incapable of loading a dishwasher properly, something I didn't kick up a feminist fuss about.
Now I'm in charge it doesn't drain properly and nothing comes out clean.