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Saturday, September 7, 2013

5 Deadly Terms Used by a Woman

Cami found this on Facebook a few days ago and we had a good laugh. Her sister and mom were over the same evening that Cami found it and that consensus was that it's accurate and correct.

Just to make sure that they weren't just weird I checked the Facebook post itself and found that there were 22 comments that all confirmed that it is indeed accurate. What really amazed me is that in two days it had been shared 737 times! Once I saw that I was decided that it had to be shared here.

What say you? Is this correct? Let me know in the comments.

5 comments:

  1. I think there are times where I've used those words in that sarcastic way, but I try not to now. It's taken training, and mainly training my husband to realize I do mean what I say, unlike other women in his life before. Sure doesn't serve a healthy relationship to use this backwards talk.

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  2. Yep, they're spot on. And it's the tone that really provides the meaning. If men are able to decipher tone, they'll have no probably figuring out the true meaning of the words, no matter which one is used.

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  3. You hit the nail on the head! I agree with Suzanne, the tone is what sets the stage. I think my husband has deciphered the code, my son is actually catching on as well.

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  4. Yeah, when they're used sarcastically, they definitely mean what the list says. It depends on the tone and the context.

    It's a funny little list, but I really try not to use these words this way. Although "fine" used to mean "I am NOT fine but I'm not going to tell you why" is definitely still in my vocabulary.

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  5. So true! I think I said all of those in one day at my husband recently, lol! I hadn't seen this yet so thanks for sharing!

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