A guy and a girl
If a girl is out driving and she finds herself in unfamiliar surroundings, she will stop someone and ask for directions. Guys, of course, consider this to be a sign of weakness. He will never stop and ask for directions, driving in a circle for hours, all the while saying things like, "Looks like I've found a new way to get there," and, "I know I'm in the right area, I recognize that parked BMW over there!"
There are, of course, a multitude of exceptions but there also a serious amount of differences between boys and girls....there are over 101,000,000 responses to the Google search, "differences between men and women".
One of my university lecturers famously began second semester by saying, now that spring time had arrived, boys start thinking about what the girls have been thinking about all year - EXAMS!
When a girl says she will be ready in five minutes, she's using the same meaning of time as when a guy says the football game has just five minutes left to play. Neither the guy nor the girl is counting extra time, commercials or replays!
A guy might have just five items in his bathroom — a razor, shaving cream, soap, a toothbrush, and a towel - probably from some hotel he's stayed at. The average number of items in a typical girl's bathroom is reported to be as high as 437, the majority of which a guy couldn't even tell what they are or used for.
Guys will use a public toilets for the purpose they were intended. Girls on the other hand seem to treat them as something of a social lounge and photobooth.
A girl believes that visitors will be impressed by a clean house. A guy believes the visitors will be impressed by his large stereo.
Guys and girls are different - definitely equal but certainly different!
Michael and Victoria are different in many ways but they complete and complement each other perfectly.
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Professional family and children's portrait photography in Northern Ireland. Drew is a qualified Associate member of both the 'Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers' and the 'National Photographic Society'. He is qualified to Licentiate level with the 'Professional Photographers Association of Northern Ireland' and is a Master Photographer of the 'National Photographic Society'.