21 Things Men Don’t Realize They Suck At
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Prabhaat Humour

21 Things Men Don’t Realize They Suck At

1. Dressing for the weather. Wearing shorts when it’s 40 degrees out is uncomfortable and all I want in life is for you to finally admit that.

2. Taking up the appropriate amount of space. Manspreading is a public transit epidemic that needs to be eradicated.

3. Taking care of themselves when they’re sick. They freak out over tiny booboos but will sit on the couch with the flu until you drag them to the doctor.

4. Packing for trips. They just throw all the clothes in the suitcase, call it good, and then don’t understand how wrinkles happen.

5. Speaking at a volume that suits their current space. WHAT ARE WE YELLING ABOUT?

6. Doing laundry in a way that doesn’t ruin at least one clothing item. No, you cannot just shove every single piece of dirty clothes into a washing machine and assume it’s all going to be OK.

7. Deciding when it’s time to get a haircut. And then they look weirdly child-like for about a week after the haircut. What is up with this phenomenon?

8. Drying off after a shower. I have actually never seen a man not throw his T-shirt on while he still has water on his back and shoulders.

9. Communicating their feelings effectively. They either bottle them up and then explode at something random, like the TV remote not working, or text you incredibly deep things about their feelings while you’re at work in the middle of the day.

10. Sleeping in a position that doesn’t cause snoring. DO. NOT. SLEEP. ON. YOUR. BACK.

11. Waiting for their food to cool before they eat it. My theory is that the inside of a man’s mouth is just one giant blister.

12. Leaving the toilet seat up. I wanna hear that puppy hit the ceramic or I’m sending you back in there to put it down.

13. Wearing matching socks. Navy is not the same thing as black.

14. Wearing properly fitting pants. It should be clear that you have a butt and legs somewhere beneath all that fabric, and your belt should not make them look like a giant paper sack.

15. Knowing what looks good on their body type. Just really no one should be wearing tank tops except formerly hot Zac Efron.

16. Being patient with someone who’s getting ready. You can keep rushing me through this process but it’s only going to make me go even slower.

17. Mansplaining. A rule of thumb is to never start a sentence with “actually.”

13. Wearing matching socks. Navy is not the same thing as black.

14. Wearing properly fitting pants. It should be clear that you have a butt and legs somewhere beneath all that fabric, and your belt should not make them look like a giant paper sack.

15. Knowing what looks good on their body type. Just really no one should be wearing tank tops except formerly hot Zac Efron.

16. Being patient with someone who’s getting ready. You can keep rushing me through this process but it’s only going to make me go even slower.

17. Mansplaining. A rule of thumb is to never start a sentence with “actually.”

Amrit Maharaj

June 17th, 2016

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