January 31, 2005

Are women like busses?

My granddad used to say "Women are like busses – you miss one and there'll be another one along in a minute" [Actually, he probably still does as he's not dead yet]

Sometimes I wonder how close the analogy is. As I know little about women [does any man?] I shall write down what I know about busses and let you make your own minds up.

Busses are always late
You always get the feeling that you're paying more than it's worth
Busses always seem on the verge of breaking down
You wait for ages and then 3 come along at once
It's rubbish when there is not a bus when you want one
I go to sleep on them

Any conclusions or other comments?


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  1. Men are like buses – that I know for sure.
    They make you feel frustrated when you realize that the bus approaching isn't the bus you were waiting for.
    They are never reliable.
    They make me late all the time.
    I like riding them, and riding and riding and riding them, but after a while they make me feel sick.
    I like changing buses.

    Women have been compared to almost everything now. From a rose to a cube of ice. As long as you know how to play with words you can use anything to metaphorise women. Even a 'monkey with a detonator' (that's how Russian folklore refers to women behind the driver's wheel – they don't know what they are doing and you never know when you are gonna get killed). The same rule applies to everything, really.

    01 Feb 2005, 00:59

  2. Wu Hu

    My woman is like a bus.

    Big, Slow and dirty

    14 Feb 2005, 15:28


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