Women tell men what they REALLY want in a viral Twitter thread – and eating, sex and bags in clothing are more important than marriage!
- & # 39; # menthinkwomenwant & # 39; trending on Twitter, led to debate about gender stereotypes
- People had fun with myths like women are prospectors or love marriage
- Men joke about what other men endure women because of sexism
The age-old question about what the opposite sex wants has been visited by various pop cultural works and has never been fully answered.
Thanks to social media, however, we got a glimpse of what people, from all over the world, thought men thought women wanted, and the results were hilarious.
Twitter users turned to the hashtag & # 39;menthinkwomenwant & # 39; to enjoy outdated gender stereotypes against both men and women.
Men also participated in the fun and used the hashtag to inform other men of their expectations.
From women who used gifs to joke about marriage, to another who complained about receiving cleaning products as presents, Femail rounds off the best.
Single women are often plagued by the idea that they just want to get married, but one user, location unknown, wanted to make it clear that they didn't
A woman that some men should learn when they should be earned instead of hearing that she is right all the time, just to please her ego
Food takes precedence over almost anything, whether you are male or female, especially if weight loss can be avoided – as a single woman, location unknown, joke about
A man from the UK joked about women who received household products for special occasions
This is for anyone who has ever had a few repetitive conversations on a date. Diversity is always a good idea
A Twitter user from the US said he would take no risk in guessing what women wanted and made jokes that he would rather hear
Many women joked that they would rather be satisfied with food and sexual intercourse than material objects (photo)
A woman from the US said she would take food over jewelery every day (photo), using an updated comic
One woman set the record straight and said that neither women nor men knew what women wanted
From now on a woman from Florida wants to be sure that back swirls remain
In South Africa, this woman expressed her love for sacks and flame throwers above loyalty and compassion
One man was right: the only reason women use bags is because their pockets are much too small
A woman from Detroit wanted to let people know that romance didn't make up for the mess
To be honest, all sexes and allergies set aside, only if few would give the chance to hug a cute puppy
One user, from the UK, joked about the kind of things that men thought women were doing
Emma from Sheffield said that not all women wanted children and used a great poison from Maleficent to illustrate her point
A Twitter user from the UK used a perfect meme to illustrate that no one has time for manplaining
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