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Audlem WI's July meeting heard from speaker Ann Draper, in her talk How to Live with Men, why men and women have a totally different approach to situations — especially driving.

Apparently, men hate asking for directions!!! They can, however, read maps upside down while women both need directions and have to turn maps around to figure out where they are.

This is because their brains are shaped differently. The tecnical side of a man's brain is larger than a woman's but the talking side is smaller. Women have 20,000 words at the disposal while a man is said to have a mere 7,000. Men, it was said, can also only do one job at a time while a woman is able to do two.



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