Recently, my wife got a book as a gift from her sister-in-law. She finished it, so it is my turn to read it.
This morning, I read a paragraph that made me laugh, and for all the men out there, I feel the need to post it here. It's from Enchantment by Orson Scott Card.
Disclaimer: This is not how I feel about my conversations with my own wife ... (Love you, dear!)
"Maybe she'd tell him what this message meant. Though, more than likely, Mother would simply go enigmatic on him, give him one of her inscrutable smiles and tell him that if he didn't already understand, he never would. Women always said things like that, and it made him crazy. It's as if every conversation with a woman was a test, and men always failed it, because they always lacked the key to the code and so they never quite understood what the conversation was really about."
I immediately had visions of spies trying to decipher encrypted messages without a codec.
So, to all the men out there, be careful. It's a war zone.