10 Ways Women Can Destroy Their Man

If some of you ladies want to know how you can suck the life out of your marriage and drive your good husband to insanity, or to the bar, or into the arms of another woman, or to a divorce attorney, or just shrivel him up into a conquered quail who inwardly loathes you as he dies a slow, emotionally tortuous death, well then . . . this is your lucky day.

Here are 10 surefire principles that’ll make your husband more miserable than Donald Trump forced to watch Rosie river dance naked.

1. Nag your Husband.

One way to torture your hubby is to be a nerve grating, contentious, non-stop dripping faucet of faultfinding and finger pointing.

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2. Criticize your husband in public.

Yep, publicly shame him. Become an expert at unveiling anything about your spouse that’ll cause him to want to jump in front of a speeding bus.

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3. Keep Him On a Short Leash.

By short leashing your mate with insane limits your man will quickly feel like a stupid son, controlled by you, his new petulant mommy.

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4. Become a Drama Queen.

Make the atmosphere of your home tense. Make it crazy. I mean … crazy.

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5. Hate his Friends.

Sever the ties your companion has with those who have walked to hell and back with him because now . . . it’s all about you. You especially want to steer him clear of friends who feel the liberty to shed light on you, the interesting wife.

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6. Hate his hobby.

Your goal is to joy steal any pleasure that can be had by the poor schlep. And anyways you don’t want him to enjoy anything that you don’t like.

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7. Cut him off sexually.

It’s not enough to rag and ridicule him and then run his friends off. No, you must go the second mile and turn into the Sex Nazi. No sex for you!

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8. Get your family involved in your marriage.

Forget this leave and cleave stuff the Bible dictates. If you want your union to unravel then you’ve got to gang tackle your husband with “The Family.”

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9. Never apologize.

If, in the odd event you do something that hurts your husband never, I mean never, apologize. You . . . apologize? Please.

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10. Do we really need a number 10?

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Read 10 Ways Men Can Destroy Their Marriage Here!

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  • Marge

    Good advice of what not to do.

  • Abby

    I hate it when men or women criticize their spouse especially while there right in front of you. Tactless.

  • Gilly

    Stupid women do these stupid things.

  • Abby

    I hate it when men or women criticize their spouse at any time but especially when they are both sitting right in front of you. Akward.

  • Tabitha

    WHAT BUNCH OF SEXISTIC MALE CHUAVAMISM BULLCRAP. MEN ARE ALAWAYS ACTING LIKE DOGS AND THATS WHY WOMAN COMPLAIN. CLASHSTUPID.COM

    • Matt Cash

      Are you for real?

      • AFZoomieTim

        Matt….She/It is MUCH MORE idiotic on other sites.
        Her spelling is always this stellar too!!
        If you EVER need a really good laugh, OR, if you EVER need to work up a good anger, just look for ANY meaningless drivel with her name attached!
        What a freakin’ moron she/it is!!!!
        Enjoy, my friend!

    • lastvoice

      So it is OK ridicule another human in public? To nag people? To overreact with drama? To micromanage someone’s life. It has nothing to do with male chauvinism but human kindness. Unfortunately people in this society get offend by truth because it sheds light on their own lives.

    • Rockon

      Name-calling and ad hominem with all caps…somebody has anger issues and this article obviously triggered the guilty conscience deep within Tabitha

      • Grizzly907

        She cant help, because she lacks a soul.

        • Chris P

          I am waiting for you to give us a definition of what “soul” is, where it is kept and what it contains

          • AFZoomieTim

            Maybe I’ll start calling her(?) “Scarecrow” because she definitely lacks a brain!

          • Chris P

            Why, did you watch the Wizard of Oz in elementary school today?

      • LeSellers

        “Tabitha” is obviously a nom de plume for Rachel Jeantel; the “witness” in the George Zimmerman trial who, at 17, was still in high school, couldn’t read cursive, and spoke English like a second grade drop out from Harlem.

        Her lack of photogenicity and human intelligence doesn’t give anyone the right to mock her.

        She obviously did not read (assuming she can read in the first place) the last line that says: “Stay tuned for 10 ways husbands can wreck their marriage [sic]!”

        Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

        • Chris P

          Apparently not for clueless misogynists – no.

          • LeSellers

            Sarcasm much?

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

      • Chris P

        Like this site doesn’t do that all the time.

        • jack

          You act and argue like a teenage girl, with your petty barbs.

          You’re an embarrassment to the make gender. Stop being a chick.

          • Chris P

            You must be spending too much time with the teenage girls.

          • jack

            Thanks for proving me right in the most satisfying manner possible.

            I think if you lost some weight and worked on your personality, you would not feel such a strong need to prove your worth in the feminine channel, as you are doing.

            Study the way great men function and succeed, and you might find yourself able to join their ranks someday.

            It is difficult to imagine Ben Franklin or Thomas Jefferson using your “I-know-you-are-but-what-am-I” rhetorical methodology. It appears your talent for polemic was stunted at the level of adolescent playground taunts. If you wish to be able to wield insults, learn to do so in the manner of great thinkers like Voltaire. The only real reason to remain at the low level of rhetoric where you dwell is because you may feel that your opinions are not worthy of a higher level of discourse. In that case, you’re all set.

            Go read the manosphere and learn how men communicate. Hint – you comment like a girl. That is not an insult, by the way, it is a diagnosis.

            There is a cure.

          • Chris P

            And the reason women divorce you so often. Typical pompous ass.

          • jack

            I see the condition is possibly incurable. That happens. Since I am not divorced, I can only assume projection on your part. Just a guess of course.

            Since I am a gracious person, I am going to allow you the honor of the final comment here, mostly because I know you will be unable to resist, and it will only further highlight to the observers on this thread the intellectual victory over you that I have already achieved.

            So go ahead and make the final comment on this line of discussion. And put some more thought into it, for the sake of rhetorical quality.

            The subtle change in tone of your last comment betrays the fact that my comment had the sting of truth to you. To that end, my work here is done. The discussion is over, and I prevailed. (That means “won”).

            Good day.

          • Chris P

            Thanks for confirming what I wrote in the previous post.

    • Grizzly907

      Those 9 are the definition of a soulless whore. Nothing sexist about it. Women on average commit adultery more than men do. Your wrong.

      • Chris P

        With a husband like you why would they not?

        • Grizzly907

          I would be more than happy to answer your question but your too be being a jellyback SIMP.

          • Chris P

            Always with the excuses?

          • AFZoomieTim

            Are YOU Tabitha, or her transgender brother from another mother?

          • Chris P

            You don’t even know what the word transgender means. You just add it to the other list of words that you throw around like “Marxist” “Communist” “Fascist” whenever somebody proposes something that isn’t to “the right of Attila the Hun”. Borrowing from your tactic.

          • AFZoomieTim

            I know what transgender means. I looked it up and your picture was there for the definition.
            BTW Einstein, I never once threw around the words Marxist, communist OR fascist in my comment to you, although I’ll bet your picture is beside those words in the dictionary also!
            I MUST tell you Chrissy that your post really hurt my feelings. I probably won’t be able to sleep for at least another couple of hours. That’s approximately how long it’ll take me to stop laughing at your insane. inane, moronic liberal post to me!
            Have a great confusing life, Tabitha.
            Oh yeah. If you continue to “borrow from my tactic” you’ll sound far more intelligent than you truly are.

          • Chris P

            Thanks for projecting.

          • violater1

            Chrissy is you beez a sissy chrissy? ESAD!

          • jack

            Yes, Chris is a sissy. That is why he gets his rocks off by making bumper-sticker comments in the feminist voice.

            I think Doug wrote about this recently with his article about weak men and manginas. There is a certain contingent of non self- aware, non self-confident men who somehow think that snarky comments and adolescent logic makes them sound smart.

            In reality, all they are doing is making a sacrifice of whatever masculinity they might have had to the Lords of Political Correctness.

            Chris’s actions here might be better seen as a form of tribute, or penance, possibly. It is all about getting approval from the feminist machine, in the form of real or imagined pats on the head from his feminist overlords.

            Good boy, Chris, good boy.

        • LocomotiveBreath

          In the world according to Chris, if a wife commits adultery it’s the man’s fault. I’ll bet he’d say if a man married to a shrew committed adultery, it’s (wait for it) also the man’s fault.

    • jb80538

      I’m thinking you’re the kind of woman no man would want to be around anyway.

      • Tabitha

        YUO PROBIBLY AN OLD CROSS MONKEY! WHO WOOD WANT TO BE AROUND YOU ANY WAYS.

        • jb80538

          Did you finish middle school?

          • gundog

            She/it flunked pre-school. It kept flinging poo at the other primates in the compound.

          • AFZoomieTim

            Thats “midol skool”.

        • gundog

          You will never have a problem with a man. No man in his right mind or even a completely insane one would have anything to do with a moronic mouth breathing skank who can’t even spell “would”. Back to the primate cage at the zoo Tabby, your banana is waiting.

      • jany38

        I think you’re right jb, not only for her opinion of men but also because she’s a little on the dumb side…actually, a lot on the dumb side. I’m certain she never walked away with any spelling bee trophies when she was in 4th. grade.

    • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

      Tabitha, I don’t know if your married, or just sleeping around with your intended. I suppose you will find Dogs in both areas, in the second far more often.

      There are men out there who want to have a life with just one woman, they want to be faithful and loved by this person.

      Many don’t find her, maybe that is why they act like a dog constantly looking, even while holding on to someone who makes their life a hard one to live.

      Many women are cheaters as well, and fool around with others behind their man’s back.

      If your single, keep looking and don’t give it up unless and until you have found the guy who is not a hound and sniffing around constantly.

      For that matter don’t give it up Tabitha until you are married. A guy who just wants sex will not stick around to get hitched, unless he is like those guys on the Big Bang Theory …

    • ForrestHorn

      Ask yourself why you are attracting the wrong sort of man.

    • JimH69

      Folks PLEASE! Tabitha/Janet is a troll to be ignored…nothing more.

  • Natalie

    but what if his friends are jerks >:[

    • TruthHurts

      Then that means he is because like always attracts like. A man is known by the company he keeps.

    • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

      what if they are?

      What if your friends don’t please him either/

      • Natalie

        Ok..maybe I should have explained what I meant by jerks. If his friends are mean spirited and are only around to cause division by stirring up trouble, busy bodies, instigators, drunkards, fornicators, potty mouths—JUST BAD COMPANY. And yes, that goes for my friends, too.

        I think if I were a wife and my husband had those types of friends, I would have a right to be concerned.

        • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

          Absolutely, time to talk about it.

          Bad company only brings difficult situations, for everyone in the area.

          If he decides his friends are not worth having … well that’s ok. But suppose he is really like them when he’s not with you, then what?

          I have known guys like that.

          • Natalie

            Well, I’m praying that I won’t ever end up with a man like that anyway. If he had bad friends, and began copying their bad patterns, Lord forbid—but a line would have to be drawn immediately. He would have to decide who he wants to be ‘married’ to: me or his friends.

            Probably wouldn’t divorce because that’s not a strong enough reason…not unless he becomes an adulterer.

          • John H. Kohlenberg

            The rules of marriage is for better or for worse. Problem is we can’t accept worse. Worse means not getting your way or accepting YOUR ideas. Better to not marry and face all the problems it involves. Learn to be independent through the knowledge in the bible.

        • ForrestHorn

          If he does, RUN, do not walk, to the nearest exit!

        • Grizzly907

          That’s a sticky wicket, because guys communicate with other guys by goofing on them and putting them down. Women might might mistake that for something else but in reality its just male bonding.

          • Natalie

            Well…not talking about that weird man stuff that I’ll never understand. I’m talking about sinful behaviors that no gender can excuse or get away with.

    • Grizzly907

      Its been my experience that the friends of the wife are more bitch like and have no problem putting down their friends husbands. Women these days are catty, rude, spoiled, have an over inflated image of themselves as well as a serious princess complex. Most guys won’t say anything rude about a friends wife out of respect for their friend-unless shes totally over the top. Women in the west are in serious need of a massive attitude adjustment.

      • Natalie

        Sorry about that…but not all of us women are snotty drama queens. On the flip side, it would be NICE if men would step up—as well as speak up against all this feminism garbage instead of crouching face first in a corner. Real women admire real men.

        • Grizzly907

          I don’t have a problem stepping up and I appreciate it when my women backs me up when I am in the right. I also praise in public and reprimand in private. If I have a problem with a women I’m with I’ll pull her aside and let her know in a polite way, but I’ll shout her praises in public when shes doing good.

          • Natalie

            You know what’s up.

            Praise God!

      • Jayne Nielsen

        I agree w/Natalie. Not ALL women are “catty, rude, spoiled, and have an over inflated image of themselves”. But I would have to say a lot of women are definitely high maintenance. On the other hand, I have met A LOT of men who are just as high maintenance. In either case it boils down to an entitlement mentality. High maintenance types of people feel and believe it is their partner’s, boyfriend’s, girlfriend’s, husband’s, or wife’s “job” to make and keep him/her happy.

      • John H. Kohlenberg

        This is the results of woman raising the children alone. Kids need a father to be the head of the house. Where woman rules. THERE IS NOT A MAN AROUND.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      you are not your brothers keeper.

      • Natalie

        Is that another way of saying “DON’T JUDGE ME”?

  • Socialism: Organized Evil

    Although merit can’t replace utility for making market decisions in a free country, we must recognize military merit in liberty’s defense.

  • EveLerieux

    Ummm..yes all these things are true but it works BOTH WAYS. The same is true for husbands and they are known to do the same thing to their wives.

  • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

    Women cannot help but remake a man into the image of what they are looking for.

    Some men take it, some men shrink and are quiet keeping it all inside. Some men ignore it, as they look for love and fulfillment else where.

    Problem is this, some men never think of anyone but themselves … some women are just the same.

    A relationship is something that has to be worked on each and every day, doesn’t matter if your 20 and just married or 60 and have been together for forty years.

    Woman love and serve your husband make him feel wanted and deeply loved no matter what comes or what he has done, husband love and care for your wife as if she were your own body, make her feel loved and special, no matter what may come.

    And finally, ignore the grass on the outside of the fence, no matter how enticing, no matter how much better you think it would be.

  • ForrestHorn

    Makes an excellent argument for getting to know a woman before you propose. The best way around all this is to make her your best friend before you marry her! :)

    • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

      The problem is that most people can put up a false front for six months, especially if they think they can mold you into what they are really wanting. Most don’t wait that long to have sex and move in together, then it’s too late.

      • ForrestHorn

        I disagree. I have become friends with many people during my 70 years, and very, very few people can maintain a false front effectively over a year. One of the main problems with relationships is that people ( both men and women ) want to have sex way too soon. Sounds like you’re kinda paying the “victim” card.

        • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

          I can agree with you, and both men and women can be victimized, mislead, taken advantage of and then abandoned.

          Young people as well as older need to forget the three date method of judging, maybe fewer people would be hurt, maybe there would be fewer abortions.

          Maybe there was something to courting as apposed to dating. For that matter, I have known people who’s marriages were arranged by their families and they seem to stick it out, and have better lives overall.

        • LocomotiveBreath

          “very, very few people can maintain a false front effectively over a year.”

          Maybe, maybe not. But if she’s screwing his brains out for that year, he’ll probably not notice when the veil slips a bit. Then she gets the ring and the sex stops and the bitching begins.

          • ForrestHorn

            You didn’t read what I wrote … to make someone your best friend, you have to get to really know them, you have to learn to trust them, you have to DELAY the sex thing ( which is, as you indicate, very distracting ).

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      The under dog always has tricks up his sleeve to win. That is why affirmative action is so popular with women and blacks.

  • EveLerieux

    1. Nag your wife. Complain about everything from meals, housecleaning, bills, kids and the dog. Blaming her for every inconvenience that happens to you. Nag, nag, nag.
    2.Criticize your wife in public. Yes publicly shame her. By vocally calling her names or inferring she is less than you deserve. Or just out and out ogling another woman to let everyone know you are more attracted to another woman.

    3.Keep her on a short leash. Barefoot and pregnant. Daddy says so.
    4.Become a drama king…explode over the least things, frightening wife and children and perhaps causing the neighbors to call the police on you.
    5.Hate her friends. Sever all ties to all friends she had before you came along. Girls night out? Forget it.
    6.Hate her hobby. No more watching the cooking channel or DIY. She should be spending her time watching your games or massaging your ego instead of knitting, sewing or God forbid going to a quilting bee or college class.
    7.Cut her off sexually. Make sure she feels it is because she is too fat, old, wrinkled, unappealing.
    8.Get your family involved in your marriage especially Mommy. Since your mother cooks all your favorites and was a saint while you were growing up. She or any one of your family members can ‘set her straight’.
    9.Never apologize. And while at this point make sure to ‘clam up’ or dismiss any concerns your wife might have as ‘silly’.
    10. Watch as she walks out the door and leaves you.

    Luckily I have a wonderful husband who does none of these things but yes it works both ways. Love and respect…

    • LeSellers

      Did you read the last line in the article?

      It goes like this: “Stay tuned for 10 ways men can wreck their marriage[s]!”

      Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

      • http://patrickhenryalliance1776.ning.com John Henry

        He said this last week that YOU the average citizen are standing between him and his success at accomplishing his goals.

        As long as the Emperor is allowed to live in the mansion, there will be no real jobs.

        • LeSellers

          And it doesn’t take much reflection to understand why.

          There are two possible reasons. It is reasonable to see their both being correct.

          1) He doesn’t want real Jobs — he wants to destroy the economy so that he can take over all fiscal control of the country.

          2) He’s too big a narcissist to allow himself to do the one thing that would assure there could be Jobs: get out of the way.

          He sees himself, against all evidence, as being the smartest man in the room. His ideas are always best, and, if they don’t work, it’s because he didn’t go big enough.

          The only Jobs O’bama has “created” are temporary ones. They last only as long as it takes for the O’bama bundlers who get them to cash the checks and declare bankruptcy, as at Solyndra, A123, Fisker, etc. When he has a chance to create a Job, it’s imaginary, like all those “shovel-ready jobs” he lied to us about.

          Only the free market, his enemy, can produce the wealth that requires Jobs. He is working overtime, even on the golf course, trying to outlaw the market, free or moderately controlled.

          Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever ever be any Jobs?

          • rick0857

            Actually when you said ” His ideas are always best, and, if they don’t work, it’s because he didn’t go big enough.” That’s not entirely true, when things don’t work out it’s usually someone elses fault, or, he wasn’t informed of the problems, or, he only found out there was a problem when he heard about it from the media. Otherwise his solution would have worked to perfection the first time.

          • LeSellers

            That’s true, of course, but when he proposes a “correction”, the answer is not to do less than his original proposal, it’s always to do more, to go bigger.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

          • John H. Kohlenberg

            Yes, and you fools voted for him twice.

          • LeSellers

            I may be a fool, but this is not one of the reasons.

            That’s the problem with winner-take-all “democracy”: those who oppose the regime still have to pay the price for the foolishness of others.

            Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

      • blackyb

        It should have been inluded so some of us would not get the big head.

    • Jim

      Eve: Are you watching horror stories or something? You are describing monstrous things. It sounds more like science fiction. If a woman is married to a man that is anything like that, he is confronted with it and is unwilling to change, she should leave him in two seconds…hand him off to the world where he belongs. Unfortunately, a lot of the things he listed however, I’m afraid many woman do… Any woman who hen pecks and any man who is a tyrant needs the love of God in their souls to help transform them. If they are unwilling to believe that, I believe, their aggrieved souse should refuse to take abuse and that might mean leaving them.

      • John H. Kohlenberg

        A woman hides behind eye liner and lip stick. It is the only way she can trick a man into marrying her. After she hooks you she can get fat and wear no make up, and become the boss. They are all tricksters.

        • Jim

          John: As a mortgage broker I have taken mortgage applications from many husbands and wives, so I’ve seen a snapshot of many family financial situations and sat down with them at their kitchen tables. Not all woman are bad, not all men are bad. There are heroes attached to losers going both ways. If you attract bad woman, turn to the Lord and improve yourself through prayer, church, bible reading, etc. Then even if you are alone you will have love in your heart and it won’t be all about you but about doing good things yourself. You being right with God helps your perspective and you will have a much better chance out there. I have seen some woman who heroically hold up their families, overcoming lazy husbands. There are good women. It helps if you are good too, to find them. I know I have felt like telling some women to leave the destructive men I have seen them with; you know it when you see it.

    • pduffy

      I have never heard of a man denying his wife sex. The truth is they never ask for it to begin with.

    • LuckyMan

      What a bitter sounding woman. Yikes!

  • blackyb

    Where are the 10 ways guys can destroy their women? If you are going to educate, do it all the way around.

    • LeSellers

      Read the final line in the article. It says, “Stay tuned for 10 ways men can wreck their marriage[s]“.

      Patience is an all-too-rare virtue these days.

      Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

      • bluejacket472

        Just want to answer your last question.
        A. If we have a country left in 2016, AND, if THIS time we can keep the liberal media from brainwashing us into electing the most liberal RINO of the bunch of Republicans, then, there will be jobs.

    • talljohn777

      I guess you didn’t read the whole article….

    • toomuchsense

      I would suggest that you go to a ladies blog site. Do you really want us men to grade our own paper. Gee!

      • Carrie

        This is Clash Daily. This IS a woman’s blog, women read it every day for that very reason. Just because there aren’t that many makeup tips doesn’t mean it’s just for men!

        Pssst, I even hear we have black people reading it too!

        • Eagle

          Actually clash daily is NOT a woman’s blog…..but that of Mr.Doug Giles…..His Daughters blog is “Girls just wanna have guns”….So please if you are going to state BS….do it correctly!!!!!

          • Carrie

            Actually, it IS as much as woman’s blog as it is anyone else’s blog, and that is NOT B.S. I also subscribe to GJWHG, which has about a 75-80% male following, judging solely by the comments left in the comments’ sections.

            I’d say “nice try”, but we both know you could have done much better ;) Oh, unless of course you think that the genitals of the blogger somehow restrict or prohibit those with opposing genitals from being allowed to read their blog?? And is Mr. (and Miss) Giles not also white? You mean to tell us all that this is therefore a white person’s blog, not a blog for everyone. Oh, dear.

            I also presume they are both straight, but toomuchsense has acknowledged she has a wife, so we also have their sort here.

            Trust this, where there are women, it is for women. Just because Doug Giles is not a woman doesn’t mean this is a blog for men. Else wise, why would next week’s post be about how men ruin relationships???

          • toomuchsense

            Shazam Carrie. First you bring up and try to start a racial aspect to a purly non-racial blog. Then you bring the whole gay, transgender issue up, when again, there’s no basis.
            I do sometimes misinterpet others comments, and also sometimes go to extemes in my comment replys. Not always, but more than maybe I should. When I do, the blame falls squarely on my shoulders.
            But in my initial interpretation of your first comment, which I later had some reservations in my comment reply. Your futher comments has proven that my first gut reaction to your writings has turned out to be more correct and insightful of your bitchlyness than I could have known at the time.
            Carrie, you do have issues, of both a moral and personal control. Carrie, I will accept that you are a female. But a lady you are not. I know many strong ladies. I also know a bitch when I see, hear or read from one.

        • toomuchsense

          Carrier, when I read your first reply to me. I thought maybe I had misintrepeted your (first) comment to which I replied. I was thinking I may need to apologize. But I re-read your (first) comment, and did see part of your reply to me had merit. But there was a hint of malice and I must say, Bithyness to your tone. So I put my sword back into its sleeve, and choose not to fall on it.
          Having just read your second reply to me. I must say, my instinct of your attitude was found to have merit. Your “we have black people reading it too” was unwarranted. An escalation of spitting match to a shooting match.
          I only feel good about our conversation, in that I was right in seeing through your first comment. Your photo does match your bithy attitude. But to be more accurate, you need a bigger smirch.
          P.S. You need to re-read the ten points. It might answer your question as to why todays column was on women. You’ll have your day. As there are many males that deserve a bithy women like you, and there is a column coming on that.
          Now take a Prozac.

          • Carrie

            Publicly display your medical license here, or stop trying to tell people who aren’t your patients what medications to take. You may end up with a malpractice lawsuit.

            You may keep your spitting, etc., matches. I respond in kind to how I am approached. I pity your future husband for the terrible lisp you have but I am happy to know that without your lisp, “bithy” is quite the compliment. If you were a man however, the future husband comment still applies, lispy. I guess black people aren’t the only minority reading Clash Daily.

          • toomuchsense

            Carrie! Thank you for proving my points, and my judgement of what type of female and wife you are. Your replies are overboard, and with no hint of humor.
            My wife, who is a lady, would clean a deserving male pig’s clock if needed. But still be a lady when finished.
            You Carrie, are not a lady, or a nice person. But I do enjoy your comments, in a purely juvenile way.

  • agbjr

    Marriage is a give-and-take relationship … you must always give more than you take. You will both soon find you have received more than you expected prompting you to give more than you thought possible.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      It is rare to see a woman give more than they take. They take a man for granted. Even after a divorce. Make sure you pay your child support so the woman can ruin the child.

      • agbjr

        We have been married thirty years. We argue. We love. We cry. We laugh. We tolerate each others’ annoying traits and cherish every moment we are in each others’ company. We have raised wonderful children.

  • Kathy W

    This is no reason to cheat or drink. These are reasons to get counseling or communicate kindly to your woman. I see other women do these things and I can’t stand it. I was guilty of 4 when I PMS’d and 6 only because there was time for his hobbies only and it was my job to watch the kids 24/7 and work. We did find a hobby we could enjoy together when the kids didn’t need watching anymore. Married 35 yrs.

  • Mike

    “A man meets a woman, falls in love and hopes that she will never change”. “A woman meets a man, falls in love and hopes she can change him:.

    • Donna Ziccardi

      Oh, please. A man meets a woman, falls in love and hopes she will never change…..even when HE does…..This will not end well.

    • JoJo58

      You’re exactly right. Reminds me of the joke about what a bride is thinking as she walks towards the groom: “Aisle, alter…hymn”. I wrote a paper for my sociology class on internet dating. It was amazing how the women would post their ads listing THEIR girlie likes…reading, shopping, yoga…blah, blah, blah. The men would list things like shooting pool, bowling, golfing, hunting, fishing etc. Within a week or two, the women’s ads would mirror what the men wrote almost verbatim.

  • Donna Ziccardi

    Define “nag”….my husband calls everything I say that he does not want to hear “nagging”…..even when i am trying to get him to be more responsible and make better decisions. Like the time I kept reminding him he was speeding. After being called a nag I stopped reminding him…..and laughed my ass off all the way home after he got stopped for speeding. So I guess I am a nag. Pardon me for caring enough. Promise to never “nag” again. Some men lose a good woman this way. So men…..be careful who you call a nag, and what you call nagging. It just may be a good woman trying to prevent you from harm and showing you how to becoming a better person.

    • JoJo58

      LOL Yeah, if he was THAT immature and couldn’t handle responsibility to your obvious high standards, then why did you marry him? I’m a female, and it’s women like YOU with your “passive-aggressive holier than thou” attitude that make all women look like harpies

      You’re not a NAG, you’re a B*TCH.

      • rick0857

        I would say she is more like a LITTLE GIRL WITH A PRINCESS SYNDROME.

        • toomuchsense

          Possible

        • John H. Kohlenberg

          No, totally accepted the Jezebel spirit of control. Satan’s most intelligent demon. Mostly accepted by females. It is most woman think they know better than men. Don’t tell me religious woman can’t carry this demon. Queen Jezebel was a very religious queen.

      • toomuchsense

        Possible.

    • 2abner

      nagging is trying to do the job of the Holy Spirit. as It Is Written: “why do you try to take a gnat out of your neighbor’s eye, before removing the plank out of your own eye?”
      next time, whenever you feel like nagging, don’t talk but pray to the only one that can change a person’t heart: the Holy Spirit.
      “praying is the act of opening the heart to Jesus as one would to a friend”: written in the book Steps to Christ, written by ellen gould white.
      be blessed!

    • Glatik

      So funny Donna. My husband hit a fence one day and I told him I was glad I was not driving.
      “I DID NOT DO IT ON PURPOSE” was his reply. Oh well……

      • Lisbeth

        ha ha that is funny.

      • toomuchsense

        Cute

      • John H. Kohlenberg

        The costs of repairs are on him. That is the best teacher without a reply from you.

    • LeSellers

      You sound like a person running to be the illustration accompanying the entry “nag” in the dictionary.

      You may very well be right about the speeding, the bill paying, the “caring enough”, the “becoming a better person”. It’s “not what you says, it’s the way how’s you says it” (and the frequency, and the timing). A “Honey, it scares me when you drive so fast” beats, “Slow down, Harry, you idiot!” every time.

      Mr. Magoo O’bama, will there ever be any Jobs?

    • toomuchsense

      You may not be a nagger. Your husband may be a little boy mentally.
      Then again, maybe you are a nagger. I wouldn’t know. Was not there. But if you love your husband, you may want to also look at the reflection of your actions. Just a thought, did you make suggestions to your boyfriend while dating that sounded similar to what your husband now hears? Maybe you married a little boy. Maybe not.

      • Donna Ziccardi

        You really make too much sense. I found out I DID marry a little boy. And because I love my husband, I try to point out where maturity is needed. But too many times it was taken as nagging…..so now I have stopped. Ce La Vie. As for my boyfriends….never had to comment on their driving….they always drove responsibly.

        • toomuchsense

          ;-)

        • toomuchsense

          Sounds like you were very good at your selection of boyfriends. Also mature in thought, in that you try to find what works in gently helping your spouse in areas that he may need a little help. As you said, “that is life.”
          God’s blessing.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      Why not except the good with the bad till death do you part. You chose him. If you need to change him, then you didn’t choose well. Why is it that all women want to change a man, and every man hopes his woman don’t change after marriage.

  • Mys77

    LOL…ten reasons??? Does a man ever need a “reason” to cheat? They cheat because of only two reasons….because they can and they want to!

    • Barry

      And women dont cheat, right? Women dont drink, smoke, steal, gamble, or kidnap the kids and move out of state.

      • Sam

        She didn’t say that women didn’t cheat. The subject is on the man for this story. Don’t pout.

    • toomuchsense

      True for some. Not true for others.
      It’s too bad you can’t pick them.

  • IHateLibs

    My wife has WAY more than 10

  • chaslie45

    I think people in western society today have unrealistic expectations about relationships and marriage brought on by pop culture over-romanticizing the whole notion of love. Maybe going back to arranged marriages wouldn’t be bad idea. I’ll bet the divorce rate wouldn’t be any higher.

    Very, very few people ever find their true “soulmate”. If people were completely honest, most end up just tolerating the person they’re married to once the romance is gone anyway. The saying, “getting married is romantic, being married isn’t” sums it up nicely. Then again, maybe it is all about expectations.

    • Ikaros3

      How could you say that of arranged marriages? My mother and father had an arranged marriage. They are divorced now. I think people should try to find someone they are compatible with.

      • toomuchsense

        That was not really their point. The point is, that if two people go into a contract / marriage contract with the intent to fulfill it. Then love can blossom, and be maintained. People need to get over the loss of new car smell, and the the paint fading. Maybe a true look at oneself would reveal the truth of human worth.

    • Colleen Phillips

      Do you really think people just tolerate their spouses? That sounds pretty awful to me. I’m glad I don’t feel that way about my husband and I know he doesn’t feel that way about me. Maybe sometimes it takes more than one try to find your soulmate. My husband and I both were married to spouses who cheated on us, and were hesitant about getting involved at first. Our meeting was a totally random event at a club where I walked by him as he was sitting at the bar. That was 38 years ago, and a near lifetime later, we are still soulmates. Maybe we just got lucky, but one thing for sure, I would never settle for just tolerating my significant other. Life is too short to waste it on the wrong person -

      • chaslie45

        Well, tolerate was not the right word to use (I was being a little bit cynical) but I do think very few people are able to stay romantically in love with each other over time. That doesn’t mean that married couples stop loving each other but romance does goes out the window. Unfortunately, romantic love is what is promoted by pop culture as the be all and end all. I think many people are misled by this and when the romantic feelings subside they become unhappy in their marriage.

        • toomuchsense

          Are you saying, that sex with the same partner is like your twentith trip to disney, and a trip in your six year old infinity. All fun, but done before and the new smell is gone?
          Attitude and self satisfactions is the responibility of the individual.

          • John H. Kohlenberg

            This trend of homosexuality is probably the last resort to man finding happiness. I choose to be free and single. I wouldn’t get married if Jesus came with his arm around angel and said do you want a wife.

          • Dave

            I’d tell Him that I would rather have a knothole in a tree with splinters and bees.

    • Gwynn Ap Nudd

      Yes. What do Men have in common with Women besides sex and the kids? How many of them share our interesst or can have a real intellectual conversation? Sex and Kids are important – as is her role in raising them. She should be honored. But “one and only”? “Soulmate”? These aren’t Christian ideas but Romanticism. For those who find a best friend – I envy you. Most wont and we shouldn’t base the institution on those happy exceptions.

  • Winner

    On the question of the soul: A partial explanation of my limited understanding on it- 1.The soul in you prompted you to ask this question . 2. The soul could be somewhat seen as the control center of a enterprise or complex operation of various categories.3. The soul is best understood as it play’s itself out , portrays itself through the body or body parts which serves as the souls vehicle or tool to make itself known and distribute it ‘s potential . 4. If the body is cut out of this life the soul will wait until it is given a new body to express itself anew(again).

  • Sam

    Don’t forget to allow yourself to get fat and dumpy so you can feel inadequate and take it out on your man.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      That is why they all get fat. We feed them to good for what they deserve. Just like we do to Obama.

  • Common Sence

    Number 10 is Michelle Obama. No wonder Obama hates everything

    • CharlieFromMass

      #10= why just pick one, use “all of the above”?

      Yeah, that would make any man pretty unhappy.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      Michelle is a transgender. A man in disguise.

  • rick0857

    After reading this list I can say it is 100% factual. My EX-SPOUSE did every single one of these things to me except number 7 and it worked, I ditched the b itch!!!!.

  • Belle

    I agree, now you need to put an article out on how men destroy their women, or have I missed it already?

    • CharlieFromMass

      The last paragraph indicated it will be coming shortly.

    • Carrie

      Funny, except for #7 all of these are things that already apply with the genders switched. If a husband tried to pull any of these (again, with the exception of #7), then is a woman just supposed to put up with that??? Because I have terrible news for guys… you people do the above things to your wives on a daily basis already. Can we expect you to stop? Or are you going to pull the “But I’m a Dude” card?

      And the opening paragraph makes men out to be sniveling little crybabies who apparently have no control over their own behaviors, but rather will point their sissy finger at their wife when the man chooses to lie, cheat, drink, gamble, and so on. Again I must ask, if a woman violates her marriage in such a manner, we are accused of CHOOSING to violate the marriage; yet this author absolves men of any guilt for the same actions and instead blames the husband’s shrewish {bleep} of a wife for making(???) him do bad things.

      I am old enough to remember way back when a man was man enough to accept the blame for his own behavior. Now it seems we are coddling our boy children into remaining boy children well into marriage.

      • toomuchsense

        Sounds like you did a poor job picking a man. Your bad.

        • Carrie

          Because I picked a man who ISN’T a sniveling little crybaby, I did a poor job at picking a man??? What a shame this country has people with your opinion. I don’t consider a non-sniveling, non-crybaby, non-sissy to be “my bad”, but hey, next time I see your kind of guy, I’ll send him your way.

          • toomuchsense

            ??? Because I have terrible news for guys… you people do the above things to your wives on a daily basis already. Can we expect you to stop? Or are you going to pull the “But I’m a Dude” card?
            That was your quote Carrie. Pretty broad brush you paint. If your attitude matches your photo, then I give my best to your man. He’ll need it. Maybe try smiling.

          • Carrie

            I stand by my statement as it is true. I didn’t say it was true of my husband, maybe you should try no more ad hominem attacks and instead cogitating before responding.

            Other than for people who are fat, dumb, ‘n happy, smiling is for a reason. You don’t earn that reason.

          • Ewade

            You got any single sisters? You’re a prize.

          • jack

            Over time, they say that wives tend to start looking like their husbands.

          • bitterrootbill

            Carrie, after reading through about 50 comments and wondering if I was alone in my world, FINALLY..You Get It ! Where the hell are the real men any more? It`s not about the women neutering men-the pansy asses are committing masculine suicide.

          • Carrie

            Yes, the “metrosexual” thing really started a terrible trend. I’d love/hate to see how heterosexual couples get on in twenty or thirty years. Will it even be recognizable??

            The slightly good news today is that men who remember they are men are at a great advantage over the pansies. For now anyway, ha ha.

      • m

        21st Century. Enjoy.

        • Carrie

          And the last quarter of the 20th Century wasn’t so exemplary either!

      • ilpatriot58

        Amen to that Carrie!

      • Maxwedge

        When single, unattached motherhood becomes a virtue- as it is today- then we have reaped the results of this in our young men.

        • Marcus

          I know, I see so many teen boys parading around town talking about how many girls they turned into single mothers, it disgusts me too. It’s a sense of pride with how many different girls one fool can impregnate. If you’re trying to break records or compete with friends, why not do so in a constructive way that doesn’t create innocent human life burdening such a large number of forced mommies?

          Kudos at the least to these girls who don’t bow down to the boys begging them to kill their babies. A dead baby is still a baby. Just something that the boys would start boasting about next, like, guess how many abortions I’m the father of!

  • Dale Patterson

    its funny to see women posting here about their husbands never listening to them… try finding something more innocent and interesting to say… Stop knocking…

  • RoseThistle

    This article makes it sound like the perfect woman for a man is a man. Biblically, a woman is a help-meet for a man who is appointed the leadership role by following God. None of these “tips” sound like Godly advice which is based in love and working for God, not justifying hatred of the different duties of men and women and the flawed way we attempt to fill them. “…or just shrivel him up into a conquered quail who inwardly loathes you as he dies a slow, emotionally tortuous death…” <— An impressive leader working for God? Gird up your loins, man.

  • CharlieFromMass

    From the experience of myself and a lot of my friends, #6 is very true.

    I’ll also include “hate his job” in that category.

    Our work, while not all about who we are, defines a LOT about who we are. And for anyone to demean that work- especially your spouse, is wrong. Every job has a function in our society (with the possible exception of most elected officials, lest that function possibly being to give us something to look at and say “gee, I’m not as bad as I thought”), and to take that away from someone isn’t right. Whether it’s interest, aptitude, or whatever, it’s their calling of service to others in life.

    I’ve had girlfriends make fun of my hobbies- not fun at all. I play with cars a little. I chase trains. I like to read. I build models, I cook (the one hobby nobody ever makes fun of!), take pictures, and a few other things. Nothing quite kills the mood when she starts whining about my interests. I’ll indulge her interests, it needs to go both ways.

    It got to the point where I put in my personal ad a sentence to the effect of “my model cars and trains, books and cameras are a package deal with me” in response to so many women listing their children as a package deal with them.

    Appreciate and love each other. While romantic love might go away a little over time- love based on friendship and respect needs to be a constant throughout any relationship in order for it to work.

  • Eagle1

    A man meets a woman, falls in love with her, marries her, buys her a house and furniture and a new car, fathers her children and pretty soon she gets to thinking she is just as good as he is. i’m just joking. This is what one of my co-workers always says.

  • Mari Upthegrove

    Those ten also apply to running off your woman!

  • DocJimmy

    It you accepted each other before you got married, why do you try to change each other after you’re married? You may wish to remember this: ‘you can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar….. ;^)

  • Mathematical certainty

    Although the article addresses one-side, until the other-side is posted, there are several, common sense, intellectual, emotional, and physical behaviors that would reduce, considerably, the divorce rate in this country. The following, not necessarily in order, applies to both married and single men and women,
    1. Don’t take each other for granted
    2. Don’t compete with each other
    3. Don’t deny each other the freedom to enjoy the relationships with family and friends. You may not like them but to-deny your spouse, will succeed in failure
    4. Communicate and Listen to each other. If you’re pissed-off about something, don’t stay mad, discuss it

    5. Compliment each other, examples: how they look and dress, accomplishments that were successful, even failures when so much individual energy was expended to succeed
    6. Remember: birthdays, holidays, and special occasions with a gift of recognition
    7. When together, say the words “I love You” with a kiss. When apart, say the words
    8. When mistakes are made, avoid lectures and critiques, just fix-them. You may be surprised how many mistakes are never repeated

    9. Never-Never speak negatively about each other, regardless of the social environment

    To all of the control-freaks out-there, none of the above apply, and that is why you are sitting in front of the boob tube with your six-pack of BUD, all by yourself!

    For those who would like to add additional comments to my list, feel free.

    • Carrie

      Beautifully put! In fact, I dare say what makes your suggestions so much nicer is that yours are positive and nice, rather than negative and ugly. That little trick alone helps in all aspects of life and relationships :D

    • Scientific Precision

      I teach my young women these things, and my hubby teaches the young men in our fellowships (awaiting the wise post for guys)… For heaven ‘s sake, we ENCOURAGE them to get out and away to male-bonding time! (and bring me back a tender doe and a she-bear!) RevMaxx

    • toomuchsense

      Great comment, Math.

    • Fred_K

      Per #4, remember, discussion is not name calling, and blaming.
      4a. If you are hurt, the other person can not read your mind, so let them in on the secret.

      • Ewade

        How about,”Make me a sandwich.”

    • CharlieFromMass

      Any couple that can succeed on 2/3 of those has a real chance at making it, especially #1-4 and Fred_K’s addendum at the bottom.

      This is one of the most cogent, intelligent comments I’ve ever read on any of these pages. Great job.

      • Mathematical certainty

        Thank You Sir.

    • Just Another Guy

      10. Pair of Socks rule. If you get something nice for yourself, bring something home for your spouse. Not necessary every time, but enough to show you though of her as well.
      Ex:

      Nice new firearm? Bring her home a pink holster. “I saw it and I immediately thought of you and how it ‘was you’ in so many ways”

      11. Random acts for no special occasion or reason. Bring her home some flowers or chocolate on a random day. Says “you were on my mind today for no special reason other than you are very special to me.”

  • ElderAmbassador

    Unfortunately, I personally know Several wives who exemplify Several of the “Ways.”
    Fortunately, my Wife is not one of them! I feel very fortunate and I let her know that.

    • toomuchsense

      I have a kindren spirit, that is my wife of thirty two years. Would not give her up, or trade her for anything. I have friends that feel the same way about their spouses. Have other friends that would trade their wife, and include their prize hunting rifle, truck and boat to anyone that would take her. In some cases, would give up their prize dog to sweeten the pot if necessary.
      There are women that will curdle a man’s soul. Just as there are men, whom will snuff the bloom of the rose.
      Its too bad that the whore chaser and women beaters don’t marry the female dogs of the world. But sometimes decent people get fooled. Many times however, it stupidy on the part of the offended party that fails to do due diligence and use common sense when picking a life mate. I would wager that half those complaining about their pick as a spouse, are equally at fault, even if its just the failure to recognize warning signs in the other person while dating.
      My antenna goes up, when I hear of those that have married three or more losers, then claim their complete innocents in the deal. Seems like there’s something else going on during the dating process to get fooled that often. Gee, if my local butcher give me spoiled meat the second time, I’m out of there.

  • Stealth

    90% of women are liberal socialists these days.. After TWO wives ( and surviving a major heart attack- I’m being a PERMANENT BACHELOR ( i.e. living without a women in my home ) and you know what?? My Doctors say I’m doing FABULOUS!

    • scrambo

      yep your right and even the most conservative of women have been greatly influenced by the feminist movement…they are full of themselves…
      lifetime member of the he man women haters club…

      • Dave

        It has been said by the feminazis, that a man is to a woman what a bicycle is to a fish. If that is true then I would respond with, a woman to a man is as a flea to a dog. An itch that he occasionally scratches, but at the end of the day, just another common bloodsucking parasite. Most woman in this country have invalidated their importance to a man. Most of them are nothing more than a legal and/or financial liability to a man.

        • John H. Kohlenberg

          They are more of a burden than a helpmate.

  • The_Frog_Prince

    That’s a classic piece of writing!

  • Fred_K

    My second wife was great at keeping constant drama and turmoil, minimal sexual activity, and restrictively leashing, as well a limiting my friends. It is extremely depressing for a man, and she made sure our relationship would never amount to anything. I rebelled one day, and she left. I suffered with a version of insanity for years afterwards. I’m OK now, and would consider the right woman if she came along. I am more discerning in my judgment of what constitutes the right woman.
    The application of even one of the above can cause the man In a marriage to be ineffectual at his work as well, Then the woman can ride him for not providing as well. Most women do not understand that support at home will return to them in an increased standard of living. Harassment at home will return to them as loss of buying power, and wellbeing in general.
    If a woman wants to ruin a relationship, she only needs to apply one or two of the above, and she will succeed.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      Wherever a woman or child is in charge. THERE IS NOT A MAN AROUND.

      • Fred_K

        Sometimes it is difficult to determine whether the issues are legitimate or contrived. When you look back on the situation, you have a better perspective then when immersed in the daily living. A devious person can cause the water to be muddied to the point that you can not see the real problem, and solve it.
        When you are brought up in a home with relative sane people, you are not expecting insanity to be a burden, and often the victim of the insanity does not have the tools to deal with it. It can take years to figure out what is happening, and develop those tools. When the victim finally finds the right tools, the perpetrator will usually leave, because they no longer can use their insanity to control the relationship.,

      • Maxwedge

        Right On!

    • Karen.in.Texas

      Behind every good (successful) man, stands a good woman!
      That’s how I see it.
      And it takes 200% to make a marriage work, when one of them drops under 100%, the other has to make up for it. It is when they both drop that problems occur. Any can make it work if they understand this principle.
      P.S. As long as there is no abuse involved!

  • Kimber1911

    You hit every one.. Yep in 35 years I heard it all.. and yes I am free of it.. !

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      I have never met a man after twenty years of marriage say, He would do it all over again.

      • Mo86

        Just because you had a bad experience and are now a bitter person, that doesn’t mean it’s the same for everyone. Sheesh.

      • toomuchsense

        You hang in the wrong circles.

      • Dave

        The second song on this link is pertinent to the subject at hand……….

        • Dave

          Just go to YouTube and look up Tom Lehrer “When You Are Old And Gray”. For some reason the link didn’t post correctly.

  • Johnny

    I am happily divorced – cannot stress happily enough. I spell relief: D I V O R C E D. . . !

    • Dave

      There is a reason that they call it the “institution of marriage”…………anybody that gets married deserves to be institutionalized.

  • noitaint

    What does a woman tell a man who has given her everything she has ever wanted?….”So long, Sucker”

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      What do you give a woman that has everything. Aids

      • Mo86

        You are truly a nasty, bitter, ugly person. Why would a woman want someone who speaks and would treat her this way? Shameful.

  • Broke

    You left out getting a huge pile of credit card debt behind his back.

    • Jeff

      And letting herself turn into a fat mother hen!

  • scrambo

    cant wait for the kids to get out of the house…

  • lonebear

    OK in all fairness I will withhold comment until after I see the male version

  • Frederikahere

    The above list also goes for men who’d like to ruin their relationship with wives. I hate nagging, being shamed in public, interfering in-laws, etc. too. Remember, it does indeed take 2!

  • Mo86

    I would never want to be this sort of woman!

    • Frank J. Austin

      PLEASE don’t !

      • Mo86

        I especially cannot imagine humiliating my husband in public the way some women do. That is horrible! I cannot STAND women like the ones described in this list.

        Now, if only I could find a husband!

        • Frank J. Austin

          IF you are sincere with what you posted here, You will. AND, he will be fortunate to be with you.

          • Mo86

            Aw, that is sweet. And yes, I am 100% sincere. These are things I deliberately think about when I see people interacting and when I am with others.

            If I was ever fortunate to find someone, I would make it a priority to treat him well. As a Christian, I believe it would be my duty and privilege to help him become all that God wants him to be. And you can’t do that by tearing a man down every day, in the ways described here.

            It’s shameful when you see it being done to a man. I cannot comprehend how women can do it – especially when there are so many women who would like to be married but haven’t been so fortunate!

            /sermon

          • Frank J. Austin

            Don’t lose faith. AND, don’t settle for someone who doesn’t have the same values as you do. You will be much better off alone than you ever would be with someone who treats you badly. There really are still some good people out there just waiting to be discovered.

          • Mo86

            You are very kind, thanks.

        • John H. Kohlenberg

          You can’t lady, we all learned through abuse. Better to be single guys, They are all like democrats. Once you say I do you are trapped. Most all play the part of Mary, before you marry them.

          • Mo86

            I don’t know you, so I’m not insulting you by assuming you’re a jerky guy. You do not know me, so please do not make that same assumption about me. Thank you.

          • Zap

            I wouldn’t really agree with you. Once you’re burned enough times, as I have been, you should be able to see most of the flags fairly early. At least it doesn’t seem to take me long now. I invariably end up recalling a bit of that pain I received way back when and do my best to back away from that point forward. It doesn’t mean I’m not still attracted to some of these women, I just remember where it leads in the end and wait to see what happens next (Next Please) before I get involved with some chick who will be yet another wacko.

        • Zap

          Okay, I’ve got a huge favor to ask you. Where do men like me, go to find/meet women like you? You’re unfortunately not at all the norm. Don’t ever lower your standards, as any man would be blessed to be with a woman with a similar outlook to yours. The problem I see partially stems from just youth. We guys really don’t start to know crap until we’re past 30. And for women, I just don’t know, it seems like you all are one way or the other much younger. Second issue is one of “self worship”…. it underlies so much of what is wrong with society as a whole and can corrupt any relationship when two people are constantly keeping tabs on who’s done what for/to whom. Instead of the man and woman being more focused on taking care of the other, they’re more concerned with themselves. Invariably there’s a giver and a taker until the taker overspends his/herself in a way and then everything blows up. I guess much of this could be focused around faith or lack of it. We must all put Yahweh (God) first and foremost, if we don’t then we idolize ourselves more than anything or anyone else. Anyway, thanks for posting. You’ve at least given me a little hope that not all the women I’ve crossed paths with are the norm.

          • Mo86

            Ha! Glad to bring some hope.

            I’ve known some great single women in the churches I’ve been a part of. And there’s always been more women than men. Always. So… I don’t know what the problem is. It’s like both sides somehow keep missing one another. I don’t know how to fix it. I wish I did.

            Sadly, it only gets harder as you get older. When you’re in a church full of college aged people, there are more options. But most people are married by their 30’s, so the options are fewer and fewer for both men and women.

            Again, I don’t know how to fix this. I wish I did. Maybe I wouldn’t still be single!

          • Fraga123

            Tell the truth. You are a Japanese lady of 85 trolling here to practice your English.

          • Mo86

            Yeah, right.

          • Zap

            LOL… I was wondering if you’d suggest that. The only current drawback to that idea is that the ministry I’m involved with is in Missouri while I’m in Texas. Tried to make the Feast of the Tabernacles event a couple months ago but it didn’t happen since I’m still job hunting and trying to somehow hold on to the house I bought a few years ago. If things start to look up maybe I can make the trip for the passover events. Unfortunately there aren’t any local outfits that see things as I and this ministry do, which can tend to clash with any typical “Christian” outfit though all we’re doing is trying to stick to Yahweh’s (God’s) law as laid out in the bible. Regardless of my logistical issues at the moment, I still find your posts refreshing so thanks for taking the time to post.

          • Mo86

            If you’re clashing with mainstream “typical Christian outfits”, then that seems like part of the problem right there. I cannot imagine why a follower of Christ would be following Jewish holidays in the first place. There’s a great danger to thinking you’ve discovered some special knowledge that mainstream Christianity has somehow missed for 2,000 years, and using that to not be a committed member of a local church body. No church is perfect, of course, but they are necessary for our growth. But I guess that’s another topic entirely.

            Anyway, all the best to you.

          • Zap

            Wish there was a way to send a private message here since a suitable response would involve providing more personal data than I really wish to in public. It comes down to this. Read your bible and compare what it says to what may or may not be preached in your church. It doesn’t square up nearly enough. One of the larger issues was the removal of god’s name, Yahweh. The same holds true for the name “jesus”, which is a complete impossibility since Yahshua (Messiah’s real name) was Hebrew not Greek, and “J” wasn’t even part of our alphabet until something like 400 years ago. Many of the “changes” were at the behest of the RCC starting with what Emperor Constantine did in 321… changing the sabbath from the 7th day to the first (Sunday). Much of this was done via something called syncretism … or basically co-opting pagan rituals and making them “Christian” thereby watering down Yahweh’s laws/word all the more. This is by no means anything “new”. Look at the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest version of the Tanakh(Old Testament) and you see Yahweh’s name all over it (YHWH… in hebrew letters of course and written in the opposite direction) but the english will be translated as “HaShem” or “Adonai”. I have yet to specifically pin point where it was suddenly deemed “too holy to say” except for a particular Rabbi’s name at this point but I’m guessing it’s in the Talmud. Another thing to bear in mind, and I see this wrongly stated on so many religious web sites is that Yahweh’s (God’s) covenant is with Israel, not just the Jews. The Jews are one of the twelve tribes of Israel. They also look to be what Yahshua(Jesus) referred to as the Pharisees. You start looking at the Talmud and you can see why he was so ticked off about them “Teaching for doctrines the commandments of men” (Matt 15:9). It takes time to find out some of this stuff but most of it is written in the bible itself. It is a disturbing thing to discover too. When most are presented with the information they deny it, tell you you’re wrong, etc. Most become accustomed to “tradition” and to question it is flat out heresy. My family is not at all “religious”, but last year when I put the kibosh on celebrating x-mas with them it was if I had shot someone in the family. I seem to be hated a bit less now but not by much. But so far as I’m concerned I’m trying to put Yahweh (god) first by trying my best to live by his laws. Another reason I don’t do x-mas any more is Jeremiah 10:2-8. Well enough of my blabbing, hope your day is going well when/if you ever read it.

          • Mo86

            Thanks for your response. I’ve heard some of these ideas before and don’t see that they have basis in Scripture. One good example is the Jeremiah passage you posted, which is to Israel regarding idolatry, not anything applying to us or to Christmas today.

            As I said, if you’re suddenly discovering “new” ideas that have never been known in 2,000 years of Christian history, there’s something wrong.

            Anyway, all the best to you.

          • halevi

            Outside of the U.S.

  • http://ClashDaily.com/ Donald Joy

    The pics are priceless!!! Especially the dachshunds, lmao

  • Kioga

    #11 Keep the Home atmosphere empty, cold, and without communication and unfriendly.

  • Bluifox

    My wife does all these

    • gainez.bruce

      So does mine. After 42 years, I have been able to ignore this stuff now. People seem to understand when they hear her. So hang in there.

  • texan61

    I thought this was normal for a woman. reason I am happily divorced for 25 years.

  • Charles Colvin

    M.G.T.O.W.

  • francoamerian

    I used to think being lonely was the worst possible thing in the world. That is until I met my wife. Now I know that being lonely is a godsend compared to being married to my wife. I am not faultless, but she never ever lets anything in the past die. I am constantly reminded of what a POS I am. Of course she is perfect. I look forward to to the end of this torture.

    • John H. Kohlenberg

      Most todays woman is ruled by the Jezebel spirit. This is satin’s most intelligent demon. The spirit of control. It is not about money, but total control.

      • lonebear

        That is a really interesting comment.

      • Sombodi

        I think you’re on to something man. That seems to be, without a doubt in my mind, a common “issue” with women I’ve hung out with in their 20s, 30s and freaking 40s… hell… even one in her 50s… same deal. First they want a man who makes good money, though it may actually be second to wanting to be able to control said man in damn near every way possible. When they find a man with a little money they can control then they get all bent out of shape that said man is “unemotional”…. or he kind of acts like a “girl”. Which is only going to be the case since if a man is going to let you control him he’s most likely a limp-dicked sissy. I damn near married a woman that had “drama” down to a freaking science. What scares me is I haven’t managed to cross paths with a woman that didn’t have these “qualities”. I at least feel lucky that one really bad one left me, then had a run in with another I thought was okay. Same crap, different woman. They create a never ending, unfixable circle of emotional blackmail, torture whereby no matter how good you are/were… there’s no fixing whatever you happened to screw up and do wrong. And for you ladies reading, I’m not talking about cheating. I never cheated on these women despite the never ending accusations of it (BTW… the almost wife was cheating on me). I ran across a word in the bible that describes them probably better than any word I’ve ever come across, “Froward”. Look it up and you’ll know where I’m coming from. All I know is this now. Many of you women out there seriously need to check your insane crap at the door. I’ve been through it too many times now and I won’t tolerate it… PERIOD. I’d love to find a conservative women who was just a nice person. I know, I expect a lot don’t I?

        • Dave

          Woman are like cars in many ways. There is the kind that you rent by the mile and/or day from Hertz, Avis, and others. That would be like your prostitutes. Then there is the kind that you lease from a dealership, with a huge balloon payment at the end of the lease. That would be like your wives.

      • BeautifulAmerica

        This I have to agree with: it’s about control.
        Will look up Jezebel spirit.

    • CharlieFromMass

      Sounds a lot like my parents on their bad days. You have my sympathies.

  • Ewade

    I felt like my life was over when she left me 20 years ago. I’ve since seen her strip the life, finances and dignity from her next 3 husbands and leave them for her next conquest. Hindsight is 20/20 and I’m thankful her hind end is out of my sight. A nightmare awaits her next sucker. Many women make a career of this.

  • Steven Newman

    My first wife was the B*TCH from Hell. Got divorced after 15 years of never-ending drama, suspicion and fights. Now married for 25 years to a woman who is the polar opposite of my first wife. First wife has been married and divorced twice and is now alone and DESERVES to be that way. I haven’t spoken to her in 20 years. If she has something to say I just point at my wife and tell her to talk to her as we have NOTHING to discuss. My children realized as they grew up where the problem was and we have a good relationship.

  • John H. Kohlenberg

    It sounds like my ex-wife took your course. It describes it to a Tee. The best investment I ever made was to get a divorce. Now I am free, and it is going to stay that way.

    • Just Another Guy

      One reason that divorce is so expensive is because it is worth it….

  • bungicord

    Marriage is simple. Get to know her before you jump. After three mistakes I finally realized….they don’t change. Unless you’re able to accept everything about her before you ain’t gonna accept them after. The flip side is make sure she knows everything about you.

  • Conservativesniper

    Leo Tolstoy’s dying wish, as he lay on a train platform, was to die in peace and to keep his nagging wife away from him.

    • Carrie

      Can you provide a source for this? I cannot find any such statement being attributed to him, the closest being that “Tolstoy had railed against the great number of doctors in attendance at his deathbed, as he simply had one dying wish as an old man: to die in absolute solitude”. He had in fact wanted to spend his final days at a monastery and never made it there. The train-master took him from the platform where he had collapsed and tried to give him that peace at his own house.

      His wife was nowhere near the train-master’s home when he was dying, but she couldn’t have made it there anyway. It was crowded with reporters, students, yahoos, and doctors hoping to revel in the greatness of perhaps the world’s best known vegetarian and anti-hunting mouthpiece. Again, he simply wanted solitude in death FROM EVERYONE, and we couldn’t even give him that.

      • Conservativesniper

        I read it in ‘How to win friends and Influence People’ written by Dale Carnegie. It is the best selling book in history, after the Bible. Believe it or not, I don’t care

        • Carrie

          Man, it’s pretty clear you ”don’t care”. Not only is that not mentioned in Dale Carnegie’s ‘How to win friends and Influence People’, but that’s not even among the top 20 selling books. Bible, yes. The rest of what you say, no. Try a free online copy of the book and do a search for Leo or Tolstoy; neither appear.

          Just some cheap attempt at a stab against wives. Sad. I’d be willing to guess that any women in your life who’ve given you problems were just responding to your willingness to make things up and pretend they were true, if this is any indication.

          • Conservativesniper

            I’ve read that book at least 15 times.As I recall it was mentioned in the first chapter of the edition I first read about 35 years ago. You read the book in 2 hours? And my remark was that I don’t care what you believe is true. I am just thankful I don’t have to interact with such a harridan on a regular basis. Have a nice life.

          • Carrie

            My life is nice, thank you so much. I didn’t think anyone who enjoyed name-calling and making things up would ever wish someone a nice life… oh, you probably meant the opposite again. That’s fine.

          • Conservativesniper

            Have a nice life is one way of saying goodbye FOREVER. Understand yet? You seem pretty slow on the uptake.

          • Carrie

            I would only seem that way to someone not too bright. Read any good books lately? lol.

          • G

            Carrie, you’ve made a cardinal mistake when dealing with a ‘sniper of conservatives’. They have no interest in truth, politeness, or admitting when they make shzt up. Best not to deal with libs like him cuz you’ll never convince them to see the errors of their ways. Give the lib credit though at least he knew the Bible was a top seller, huh? How’d he let that fact slip in there hahaha.

          • Carrie

            Psychopaths like to add what we call a “true fact” in with their made-up bullplop to try to make their bullplop sound more believable. The addition of the “Hey, the Bible was the number one best-seller, yo!” was clearly his way of trying to lend credence to the Tolstoy nonsense.

            Thanks for pointing out my cardinal mistake lol. I’m a proofreader and fact-checker by trade, and sometimes I forget I’m not on the clock so I give out a freebie!

          • Conservativesniper

            I did not say, ‘YO’. It is a known fact that trolls misquote to give their pathetic response credence.

          • Carrie

            But you are the troll. You are the one who made up quotes about Tolstoy, and lies about Dale Carnegie’s book, and you are the one insulting those who prefer the truth over your version of reality.

            True, you did not write “yo”. (Congrats on getting around to telling the truth once.) I was mocking your way of trying to lend credence to your purely fictitious assertion about the supposed “second best seller in history” (not even by a long shot) by attaching it to a truthful statement — that is what psychopaths/politicians do. You are making it clearer and clearer that you are not intelligent enough to handle discourse where truth OR attention is required.

            If you want the last word, as people like you often do, then you have my permission to have it. You will likely attach unfounded insults and more prevarications, and no one will act shocked.

          • Conservativesniper

            My reply, which proves my point about Mrs. Tolstoys incessant nagging, is here, http://www.john316marshall.com/ephesians-429d-f/ from a third party source. And I don’t need your permission for anything, you ignorance is understandable.

          • Carrie

            Yes, I am “ignorant” because I recognized you were not telling any truth whatsoever. That’s a pretty ironic usage of “ignorant”. Mr. Tolstoy was a real prize it seems. http://thisrecording.com/today/2010/3/13/in-which-we-die-on-the-altar-of-leo-tolstoy.html

            He was quite at fault for how people thought of him… so at least you and he have that in common. Quit sniping against Conservatives. We don’t let people like you get away with lying to our faces/computer screens.

          • Conservativesniper

            Obviously, you can’t understand English. I am not a lib, dummy, as I posted hours ago. I also showed through a third party source that what I read in Mr. Carnegies is REAL. Here’s the last two paragraerse 29 reminds us we have an awesome stewardship with words. They take
            on lives of their own and have enormous power to destroy or to heal.
            When Count Leo Tolstoy died, his wife confessed to her daughters what
            they already knew, “I was the cause of your father’s death.” Her
            constant criticism, complaining, and harsh words literally drove Tolstoy
            to his grave. His dying request was that his wife not be permitted to
            come into his presence.
            What makes this even sadder is that no marriage
            ever began better. In the beginning their happiness seemed too
            perfect, too good. They even knelt together and prayed for God to
            continue the ecstasy which was theirs. Then came the years of harsh,
            cruel words. Finally, Tolstoy reached the point he could not stand to
            be near his wife. Words had destroyed their relationship. His wife
            realized too late the damage she had done. When old and heartbroken,
            starving for affection, she would come and kneel at Tolstoy’s knees and
            beg him to read aloud to her the wonderful and loving words he had
            written in his diary about her fifty years earlier. He would read the
            beautiful passages, but they knew those days were gone forever. Both of
            them would weep, grieving over a union destroyed by words.

            What a contrast to Disraeli, who attributed his success to his wife.
            Whatever he undertook, Mary Anne simply did not believe he could fail.
            (Years ago, in my copy of Carnegie’s book, by this story I wrote,
            “sounds like Ruth Ellen.”) Robert and Elizabeth Browning had an idyllic
            relationship. They expressed their passionate love through letters,
            poems, and other word-devices. He treated her so kindly that she once
            wrote to her sisters, “And now I begin to wonder naturally whether I may
            not be some sort of real angel after all.” Thank God for people who
            know the value of good words. Oh the power of words! “Let no corrupt
            communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the
            use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.” God,
            make us good stewards of speech.phs, since you obviously can’t figure out how to look them up. V

          • Carrie

            I already responded to how those do not prove your false claims. They are the claims of John E. Marshall, NOT Dale Carnegie, NOT from his non-second-best-selling book either.

            Forget that Vladimir Chertkov was known to be the driving wedge between Tolstoy and his wife. Oh, wait. That is factual, so you would never have known it in the first place.

            Please accept that Dale Carnegie’s book, How to win friends and Influence People, was not the second best selling book behind The Bible, and that you did not read any such [mis]quote about the Tolstoys in that book. I have already accepted the truth long ago, you may do so also IF you want to be honest in the future.

            I know you’re NOT a Conservative, because you seem devoted to lies and upholding lies. I did not read your message to the other poster until now to see what you meant. “Conservative sniper” is akin to “bear hunter”, “glue sniffer”, ”beer drinker”, etc., as in hunter of bears, sniffer of glue, drinker of beer, and sniper of Conservatives. Quit crapping up the place with your lies. The Left (like you) already uses your brand of mistruths against the rest of us, just because they see your lies on our sites.

            You really have nothing else to add, since you are just repeating your baseless insults and proven lies now. But I bet you’ll stick to those lies and insults, because they’re all you have.

          • Conservativesniper

            I didn’t use any quotes just like I didn’t use the word yo, bumbling incompetent.,

          • Carrie

            If you want to start paying me for my work, let’s go for it. Too many freebies for you already, I’d say… I take PayPal.

            The good news for you is I charge by the hour, and your statements are easy enough to disprove in minutes each time. December’s ordinarily such a slow work month too. Thanks.

            Hint: if you re-read what I’ve written in former posts, you’ll have your answer.

          • Conservativesniper

            You’re not a very good fact checker. This took me about 10 minutes to find using Google, “Verse 29 reminds us we have an awesome stewardship with words. They
            take on lives of their own and have enormous power to destroy or to
            heal. When Count Leo Tolstoy died, his wife confessed to her daughters
            what they already knew, “I was the cause of your father’s death.” Her
            constant criticism, complaining, and harsh words literally drove Tolstoy
            to his grave.” Here’s the link, http://www.john316marshall.com/ephesians-429d-f/ READ the last two paragraphs,Carrie and G. You don’t have to a[p;pgize for your ignorance, just go away. You two ignoramuses sound like Mrs, Tolstoy.

          • Carrie

            I clicked on your link. It is NOT in Dale Carnegie’s book as you first tried to claim, so it is you who remains ignorant. I found this link of yours while researching yesterday, but it neither supports your lie that it was in Dale Carnegie’s book, nor that Dale Carnegie’s book was the best selling book right after the Bible. You remain incorrect at best, or a bald-faced liar at worst.

            If you want a flame war, at least start using the truth. Oh, wait, that would render you without ammunition.

          • Conservativesniper

            I’m not LIB, you ignoramus.

        • BeautifulAmerica

          It’s in his biographies, in the movie about his life, and is common knowledge at this point.

  • mac12sam12

    If you respond to Tabitha, you are dumber than she is.

    • texas57

      Or Janet, or Todd, or……paid trolls to visit site and start something. Please use your time wisely, if we don’t reply maybe they quit posting

  • EveLerieux

    Just because I posted how some husbands do the same things or worse and that it all goes both ways does not mean my husband does any of those things. He is wonderful and I have learned from him what pleases him and makes him happy as he has from me. I think the sweetest thing he does is hold my hand. We hold hands when we walk or drive somewhere. Even watching tv. And in public. We kiss a lot and say ‘I love you” all the time. I do the same with my kids and they with me. Our parting words on the phone are ‘I love you bye’. This is important because you never know if something is going to happen and you won’t be seeing them again. Sure we get angry or have words at times but geez we are all human. His compassion lends to my compassion and fact is…we don’t want to hurt each other. Love has to be worked and applied on a daily basis to stay alive. Some people just don’t get it.They don’t want little girls to dream of being a princess because they say she won’t find a knight in shining armor. I disagree. I found mine and I have seen many old couples who still hold hands, kiss and say ‘I love you’ to each other. Society seeks to dismantle relationships and do away with marriage in this tragic lean to the left. They hope to defeat Christianity so the government will become our religion. I would think it is the perfect time for true love …

    • G

      This site has become a sounding ground for bitter people with no good in their lives to come here and bash others (at times). So don’t try to take it too personally when someone far too bitter comes along and tries hard to put you down. Just remember that when they do, it is a window into their own life that they are showing you, not really their opinion of your life.

      I just read that when men reach a certain age, they begin to lose testosterone and it turns them into (I am paraphrasing here) little B_words. The Testosterone they’ve had their whole lives is leaving them, the whiny, abusive remarks are just how their brains are going to work from now on unless they get off their old butts and work out to keep their testosterone UP. Wives should learn to understand this, because surely this marked change in their husbands coincides with when most wives escape ugly marriages.

      I am happy, truly so, for your successful marriage. You two are doing it right and should reap every happiness you can together.

    • BeautifulAmerica

      Well-said!

  • Kcc

    This is very nice and absolutely agree with every one of the 10 things, but next, can we also please have a 10 ways men can destroy their women? That way we get the whole picture. Thanks.

    • JAB

      Look at the suicide rate of men vs women…I think that will give you the whole picture.

  • Justice

    The “Ten Things Women Do..” was much more real. The mens list is just mostly humor. Not having a leader in the home is not funny and something most women want. Where is the “God First, Being the Spiritual Leader in the home”, “Does your wife feel protected?”, “Your kids are watching your example”, “Your word must mean something”. These are the things that keep the marriage foundation from cracking. Not farting at the dinner table. Treating the wives needs as humorous gives a weak view of our rights to a mature leader of the family.

    • will

      Men do it toooooo!

  • Patriot

    Ladies, if your husband cheats on you, that’s ON HIM. If he doesn’t make you his focus, as commanded in the Bible, if he doesn’t respect you; if he goes out with the guys, leaves you with the kids and house to take care of while he disappears during hunting season and football season, of course you will nag him, cling to your family, hate his hobbies and the friends he commits them with, and never feel “in the mood” because that would just be more of him using you.

    If your actions have consequences, so do his. And HE’s the leader.

    • Peregrine John

      Deeply pathetic. And unbiblical. Go back and try again.

      This time without the castrato chorus or pointless denial of the entire article. Pathetic.

      • Julia

        Nothing Patriot said negated the article! I think to be defensive and attack Patriot for addressing real problems like adultery and neglecting the family reflects a desire to do those things (or having done them in the past). Of course this article is correct in saying women should not disrespect their husbands, but saying that Patriot said anything against the article shows insecurity and lack of integrity.

      • Julia

        I’m confused, how is saying it is a man’s responsibility if he cheats on his wife “unbiblical”?! Also, the bible says a man who does not provide for his own is worse than an infidel, so what is “castrato chorus” about saying it is wrong for a man to neglect his family?! How many times does a man need to cheat or how many times does he need to abandon his family to be “manly” and “biblical”?! Also, the article Patriot commented on does NOT condone those despicable behaviors, therefore Patriot was NOT attacking the article and was augmenting it.

  • http://www.yahoo.com/ Dave the Barbarian

    Ain’t women a hoot? I like Phil Robertson’s take on women! ‘Women are like golden retrievers, they got quirks, you just gotta work around the quirks’! ROFLMFAO!

  • Fraga123

    “Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate”….

    • Dave

      LMAO.

  • Socialism is Evil. Organized.

    Given civilization’s incalculable amount of knowledge, the amount that a single mind can make use of is but a tiny fraction of the total.

  • Chinook745

    Absolutely great article! It applies to females as well.
    1. Nag you’re wife.
    2. Criticize you’re wife in public. Better yet, in front of her co-workers. Make sure you ask “do you even know what you are doing?” loud enough for everyone to hear. It’s important that they see her as stupid and incompetent.
    3. Keep her on a short leash. If she goes somewhere by herself other guys could flirt with her, or she might have fun. Either way it’s about you and your insecurities, not her.
    4. Become a drama king. She works longer hours, makes more money, and has a more challenging job. You feel de-masculated so make sure you express it and throw a fit every day.
    5.Hate her friends. No matter how nice they are to you, there’re just a distraction from the most important person in the world… You!. so be rude to them and nag her about hanging out with them.
    6. Hate her hobby. Maybe she likes watching a soap opera and zoning out after her strenuous 12 hour work days. But you don’t so take over the netflix that she pays for, demand that she make you dinner because you’re hungry and have been waiting 3 hours for her to get home.
    7. Cut her off sexually. I mean just absolutely suck. No effort. If she doesn’t get off thats not your problem. Use her body as basically a pocket p*ssy and then leave her so disgusted with herself and turned off that she never wants to have sex with you again.
    8. Get your family involved. Especially your mother.
    9. Never apologize. Never.

  • Julia

    I can’t believe the NOT-apologizing thing is on the women’s list when men have the market cornered on that! I was raised in a redneck shithole town where the preacher praised my father on Father’s Day even though my father was abusive. My father actually told this lady at church he didn’t believe in apologizing to your children when you have wronged them because of the importance of your position. The two biggest sins according to this cult were disrespecting an adult male or committing a sexual sin. If you abused a woman or a child those were no big deal, and actually a good thing because abuse REALLY enforced the women’s and children’s subordinate position in the world. I think it is interesting how the bible specifically addresses fathers when it says “do not provoke your children to wrath”, not parents in general, because it is so characteristic of abusive MALES to think they are cool for abusing their authority and refusing to apologize.

  • Mary

    I’ve done so much more and loved every minute of it.

    10. Have your man go after your exes, especially if they dumped you. Convince him that your ex deserves to be beaten if not killed, that he did something to deserve it and that police don’t do their job so you have to.

    11. Make false accusations against your husband and sick you local anti male feminists on him. No doubt this will ruin his reputation, if not instill in him a distrust of women in general, preventing him from having any healthy relationship in the future.

    12. Get in a fight and storm out in the middle of the night right after you press all his buttons and he is at his peak. Act like you are mad. Get in your car, laugh and be happy and find yourself a loser to have sex with. Meanwhile he is at home worried about you. When you return 2 hours later, if he is not happy to see you and not sorry, tell him you were raped.
    Hahaha.

    • ShaneShades

      This is just sick……..I scared to ever marry a woman now and I’m only 17. You people have some serious issues and need major help!

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