Have you ever wondered what the difference is between men and women? This fun collection of cartoons demonstrates brilliantly just what that difference between men and women is.
The Difference Between Men and Women
Do you ever wonder what the opposite sex is thinking? Does your colleague, partner or boss baffle you? Men are, in general, more muscular than women. Women are just over half as strong as men in their upper bodies, and about two-thirds as strong in their lower bodies.
Men and women are basically alike when it comes to personality, thinking ability and leadership. The differences that do exist may reflect social expectations, not biology. We’ve put together some of the top differences of men and women.
1. A choice of colour
Abramov found that slightly longer wavelengths of light were required for men to see the same hues as women—hues identified as orange by women were seen as more yellow by men. However, when shown light and dark bars flickering on a screen, men were better than women at seeing the bars.
Men and women really don’t see eye to eye, according to a study. Females are better at discriminating among colors, researchers say, while males excel at tracking fast-moving objects and discerning detail from a distance—evolutionary adaptations possibly linked to our hunter-gatherer past.
2. The difference between men and women when looking in the mirror
Men looking in the mirror are more likely to be either pleased with what they see or indifferent. Research shows that men generally have a much more positive body-image than women – if anything, they may tend to over-estimate their attractiveness.
On average, men confessed to spending 10 minutes per day looking at their reflection — amounting to almost six and a half days per year. A self-confident 11 percent of male respondents even admitted to mirror gazing over 30 times a day.
3. Money spent in the hairdresser
Do women spend more on average on haircuts then men? Who actually spends more money in salon? How expensive is YOUR hair? A new survey finds that the average woman in the U.S. will spend over $55,000 on grooming and styling in her lifetime. From getting highlights and trims at the salon to shampooing, blow drying and styling at home, women invest a lot of money and time into their hair.
Well what do you think?
4. Ending a relationship
Men are actually more vulnerable and dependent on relationships than women are and are more devastated by the ending, since they have fewer friends and sources of emotional support. Men are more at ease with their own angry feelings than women are. When men and women end their relationships, most of their interviews would boil down to one common denominator: My partner didn’t understand and respond to my needs.
How are you after a breakup?
5. Answering the call of nature
Men can live without toilets! They literally can respond to call of nature literally anywhere!
6. Using Facebook
Social Media Today points out some of the differences in Facebook usage between the sexes. Women tend to have 8% more friends than men do, which is an indication of several things, including their willingness and ability to connect with multiple people and communicate with others.
7. Buying Shampoo
Because most men have hair that is less than three inches long, most “normal” shampoos will work for the average guy. The illustration pretty much tells everything about how women pick a shampoo versus men. Can you relate?
8. Getting ready to go out
Guys joke about how long it takes women to get ready. But how much time does really women take to get ready when going out? Men take a lot quicker to get ready as compared to women. Do you agree?
10. Packing for a vacation
Women typically care more about what they pack, pack ahead of time, plan their outfits, and bring more items, while men typically wait to the last minute to pack and bring less. Women bring on average 36 items for a one-week vacation while men bring only 18 items. Is this true for you too?
11. People Watching
This illustration is another example of the difference between men and women on how they see a woman passing by. Do you agree? Share with a friend who can relate to this!
12. Clothes for the week
We all agree to this that women need more closets than men. Just a couple of jeans and shirts and men are good to go even for a week. While women would have the whole room only for their wardrobe. Can you relate?