The Life Story of Men and Women

What took you so long to settle down? Hm mm…There are lots of reasons. However, as we grow, we can compare our age women to different countries.

Women our story starts here…
Between the ages of 15-20, a woman is like Africa. She is half-discovered, half wild.
Between the ages of 21-30, she is like America. Fully discovered and scientifically perfect.
Between the ages of 30-35, she is like India and Japan. It’s very hot, wise and beautiful.
Between the ages of 36-40, she is like France. She is half-destroyed after the war but still desirable.
Between the ages of 41-50, she is like Germany. She lost the war but not the hope.
Between the ages of 51-60, she is like Russia. Very wide, very quiet but nobody goes there.
Between the ages of 61070, she is like England. She’s with a glorious past but no more future.
Hm mm…After 70, they become like Siberia. Everyone knows where it is, but no one wants to go there.

So…fellow women, it’s our turn. A man’s life can be described as a train or a railway track. Why?

Men story starts here…
When they are 20, every station they want to stop.
When they are 30, they can only stop at one station.
When they are 40, they want to stop but they are not allowed to stop.
When they are 50, they want to stop but they cannot stop.
When they are 60, they can’t even start. So, how can they stop?

Something to Ponder…

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ShAKirA CHOONG said...

LOL... I really like the MEN ONES.
Great job.


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