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“Guys vs. Men”

After reading this I would have to agree with him completely. I think that every scenario he used sounds like something I would do. And I am unfortunately 100% a guy. This was a very interesting article to read. One part that I thought was hilarious was the part when he was talking about running the 40 yard dash in the office and he challenged his co-worker. I can relate to this so much because I have a family full of athletes and we have been challenging each other for years in every category of sports.

I want to say first off running a 5.77 is extremely slow at any age. But I can just imagine my family members (which are all guys) challenging me to a foot race and actually going outside and doing it. He said guys will take small challenges and that is extremely true. I and my family will argue about who is the best at video games because that just what guys do. But on the other hand I have a few uncles who would never waste their time to sit down and play a video game. Because that isn’t something that men usually do.

He also mention that men are more serious than guys which is very true my uncle usually doesn’t talk but when he does he means business I would categorize my uncle as a man. But when he said that guys cheat I would have to disagree with him on that simply because I feel like I do all the things that he would consider a guys does but at the same time I have never cheated on my girlfriend. Another thing that he said that I would disagree with would probably be when he said guys like neat stuff I think that this could very easily fall into the men category as well.

I do however think that he is correct when he says that guys don’t have a rigid moral code because I know some guys who I could trust my live with and on the other hand I know some guys who I…...

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