Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Why Women Are Smarter Than Men
I often make jokes about how men are smarter than women. I'm sure if you spent five minutes looking through the archives of this blog, you could find ten examples of that fact. The truth is, men don't even come close.
You may be reading this and thinking that I'm trying to set up a really funny joke that proves how men are really smarter than women. If you are thinking that, you're probably a man. That's how men think. A man would read the title of this post and think to himself, "Ooooh, this is probably going to be a good joke." A woman would read it and think, "Only a man would try to explain a universal fact."
It is true that men should be smarter than women. We have larger brains, which gives us the capacity to retain more information. We've only recently given women the same rights that we have, so we have centuries of learning and education that women are trying to make up. We have little things we like to call "reason" and "logic;" things for which women have no need.
What women do have is the trump of all trumps. It doesn't matter how much smarter men should be, we will never be as smart as women. This is because women have what they call "A Woman's Intuition." Men don't like to acknowledge that this intuition is more useful than all of their knowledge, skill, and experience combined. That doesn't change the facts.
Intuition follows no logical pattern; it changes at random. It seems to mold itself to fit the woman's will. I would almost go so far as to say that A Woman's Intuition has the ability to influence time and space. What should logically never happen, suddenly becomes commonplace when A Woman's Intuition tells her it should be so.
An example of this is when a woman fills out her NCAA Tournament bracket. Using nothing but her intuition, she can out-pick the most knowledgable, intelligent college basketball analysts on the planet.
Another example is when your wife tells you it's time to get a new car.