511 Things Only Women Understand
Men just don't get it. All women know that there are numerous truths in life that their boyfriends, husbands, fathers, sons, and brothers simply don't understand. Author-illustrator Lorraine Bodger reveals more than 500 riveting bits of women's knowledge, guaranteed to make both men and women laugh and nod their heads in recognition. 511 Things Only Women Understand is a celebration of the funny, smart, and unquestionably female sensibility.What do women understand? Why a woman cannot have too many pairs of black slacks. That if he says he doesn't deserve you, he probably doesn't. And if he says you're too good for him, you probably are. The ecstasy of still fitting into your wedding dress ten years later. That it is a very serious offense to get in a ten-items-only express line with more than twelve items. That marrying you does not automatically excuse a man from courting you. The alarming difference between 120 pounds and 121 pounds.Lorraine Bodger's newest book provides an outrageously funny gift for any occasion.
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