Tuesday’s Tale: Men are like waffles, women are like spaghetti

Here’s another way to be entertained even more with our differences as Adam and Eve’s descendants. Yes, we are programmed differently.

Bill and Pam Farrel wrote a book, Men are like waffles, women are like spaghetti (my sister is reading it at the moment), and she has told me this important truth:

Men are wired to think about stuffs in boxes. These boxes in the waffles are separated by walls. They can’t multitask, why? Because they spend one box at one time, and one box only. When men do multitask, they are not multitasking. They just jump from one box to the other quicker than they used to.

Women, on the other hand, are like spaghetti. We are great at multitasking. Why? Because we are used to touch everything at once (spaghetti touch each other all the time). Every problem in our lives are tangled with everything else. If we are thinking about the problem at work, we will still be thinking about that problem even when we are at home with our family.

Interested? Watch this video.


2 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Tale: Men are like waffles, women are like spaghetti

  1. Giffi says:

    No wonder women can’t solve every problem with solutions even though they managed to handle efficiently everything all at once. Just like a dead tight knot; how to untie them? Instead of focusing on one knot, women tend to stir up the whole bundle of strings and ended up with more dead knots. Lolx

  2. LOL. how come you are so sarcastic towards women dear? No wonder men can’t multitask (i.e. when they are driving, they are driving… When they are watching TV, they are watching TV…, like, literally). And no wonder they have those blank looks once in a while! lolx.

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