Very Short Lists
Very Short Lists:
- List of Golf Courses that do not allow Doctors
- List of all night Gay women's bars in Iran
- List of DR's who do gratis Brain Surgery
- List of Hospitals with Drive-Thru window Service
- List of Home cures for Ebola Virus
- List of Homeless Boston Debutantes
- List of Catholic Abortion referral services
- List of Women Rabbi's and assistant's
- List of Women Popes, Cardinals & Bishops
- List of Men's Rape assistant groups
- List of Battered Men's Help Groups
- List of Cuban registered voters
- List of Libyan registered women voters
- List of Libyan Licensed women truck drivers
- List of Libyan women lawyers
- List of Libyan women with PHD's
- List of Libyan Women Service Clubs
- List of interstate Highways with no Numbers
- List of U.S. Cops who have never eaten a doughnut
- List of People who have survived going over Niagara Falls
- List of People who have been in a UFO and are not crazy
- List of People who can whistle while drinking beer
- List of Pregnant Men
- List of Men who wash dishes, do the laundry & iron at the same time
- List of Women who drink 24 beer while watching 3 football games
- List of Women who can out shoot, & skate Wayne Gretzky
- List of Licensed flyable Airplanes with no wings
- List of Blind Licensed Drivers in Calif.
- List of Midgets over 6 foot tall
- List of living trees made of plastic
Male Chauvinists Change Light Bulb
Q: How many male chauvinists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
A: None. Let the bitch cook in the dark!
Behind Every Man
Barbara Walters, of Television's 20/20, did a story on gender roles in Kabul, Afghanistan several years before the Afghan conflict. She noted that women customarily walked five paces behind their husbands. She recently returned to Kabul and observed that women still walk behind their husbands. From Ms. Walters' vantage point, despite the overthrow of the oppressive Taliban regime, the women now seem to walk even further back behind their husbands, and are happy to maintain the old custom. Ms. Walters approached one of the Afghani women and asked, 'Why do you now seem happy with an old custom that you once tried so desperately to change?' The woman looked Miss Walters straight in the eyes, and without hesitation said, 'Land Mines.' Moral of the story is (no matter what language you speak and where you go): BEHIND EVERY MAN, THERE'S A SMART WOMAN
Women Pump Gas Now
The following is supposedly a true story. To be included, besides being true, the story is most likely strange, weird, surprising, or funny.
January 16, 1993 - Escondido attorney Ben Echeverria filed a $2 million lawsuit in August against Texaco Inc. and a local gas station manager because station attendants were pumping gas for women at self-service prices, but not for men. The station almost immediately stopped its practice and forced women to start pumping for themselves.
Women and Cars
Q: Why doesn't a woman need a car?
A: Because you don't need a car to get from the bedroom to the kitchen.