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February 03, 2004
Dear Diary

Boys are so stubborn. No matter how often someone tells them they can't do something, they go right ahead and plan to do it.

Sometimes they don't follow the rules. They don't seem to think the rules apply to them.

They tell lies, too. My mommy says telling lies is naughty and when you get caught, you're going to be in big trouble, but boys always seem to think they can figure out a way to get away with it.

Mostly they stick by their friends, though. I guess that's a good thing about them. They don't always, of course. Not if it looks like they're going to get in trouble or something.

Boys aren't very responsible, either. And then they don't like anyone saying bad things about them, even though they say a lot of bad things about other people. That's just dumb.

You can't always figure out what they're doing or if they're lying on purpose or if they know they're wrong.

They're expensive, they start fights, they believe strange things. They're boring, even when they shouldn't be.

Mostly, though, boys are just weird sometimes.

Gosh, I'm glad I'm not a boy.

Posted by AnneZook at 04:45 PM


Comments

Very, very nicely done. Is there somewhere I can go to nominate this for some kind of award?

Posted by: Jonathan Dresner at February 3, 2004 06:11 PM

I'll definitely second any such nomination!

Posted by: Bengt at February 4, 2004 02:12 AM

There are times, I have to admit, that I'm ashamed to be a member of the dumber sex.

Great post, great links... this is why I read your blog.

Posted by: Charles2 at February 4, 2004 07:34 AM

Heh. I'm not sure I deserve it, but thanks for the kind words, guys.

Posted by: Anne at February 4, 2004 08:32 AM