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  edanielleh  |  21

@4 I was going to ask the same thing. i never go around saying i have a women cold. Men... you can't expect to be respected as tough if you act like a baby. Of course, the same goes for women who insisted to be respected but then want a guy to totally take care of them...

  murdersquirrel  |  15

I was once expected to paint the kitchen ceiling with a head pounding, mucous filled cold. and I did it cause it was actually easier than making my now ex understand what a prick he is.

By  Rosebudx  |  32

Ugh, I hate those colds. You don't look so sick from the outside, but you can't breathe and your whole face feels swollen and your entire body aches and each breath feels like you're breathing in pure liquid...I hope he feels better soon.

  Rosebudx  |  32

Most "man colds" that I hear about are of the more severe variety rather than the sniffles. The only difference is in how each gender stereotypically deals with said cold. I may not be a man, but I do get bad colds and loathe them.

  Enslaved  |  36

So maybe our painfully monthly periods explains why some women have a higher tolerance for misery than some guys do?

When others are sick I have empathy because I know it sucks to feel ill. I'd cater to it only if the favour of being looked after during my turn of not feeling well was returned. (: