13 Myths About Men You’ll Be Stunned to Learn Aren’t True
Good news, fellas – new research indicates the so-called “beer gut” is not real.
Even if you toss back a couple dozen PBRs, it won't make a beeline for you stomach and increase your waist size. Amazingly, that’s only one of many, many lies you’ve probably heard about men. Here are some myths about men that you need to know are simply not true:
We can't say when this stereotype started, but it's time to update it. No hospital would allow people to hand out any form of tobacco.
We know it's not smart to do this. Leaving the seat up created an extra step if we run towards the john after enjoying Mexican for dinner.
This is pretty much all due to Jennifer Love Hewitt on 'The Client List.'
Seriously, ask a guy to name the channel on his cable system.
We're just trying to show we're sympathetic. Of course, this applies only when we listen. That myth is actually true.
Yes, some of us are actually nice guys.
Some may do that, but more use it to follow our fantasy football teams.
Women just think we do. The truth is we do it so we don't have to go antiquing with you. We'd rather be inside watching TV.
There's some darned good writing in there.
In college, you can be a slob. When you grow up, you keep things tidy. Everyone knows that.
...but only when forced. If they didn't, we'd be able to find a good picture of a guy eating one.
We want to look dapper, whether we're rocking the red carpet or not.
Not true -- we like boobs of all sizes.