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  1. Guest

    Womens problems..

    Ha ha, got ya...all the men who have clicked the thread :tongue: Sorry Girls I know our problems are mostly men :wubclub: but what is you problem with you man? Mine......leaves his bloody clothes all over the house, plays cricket and leaves his horrible smelly "box" thingy on the kitchen table like I am going to pick it up :eek:
  2. tonyman

    Womens Hair doo`s`

    why is it that women have to spend shed loads of money to have their hair cut , straightened and looking lovely ,only for the next day to for it to look like a rats nest.....!!!! it never looks the same the next day so why dont they just get a $15 to $25 cut or better still get it done at home like we do ........:confused: [ Bite ladies bite .......:biggrin:
  3. tonyman

    Womens World Cup Live !

    Australia v Sweden live in 5 ..........mins on the net ive posted the live link bellow http://www.fifa.com/womensworldcup/video/live/index.html
  4. Cinders5055

    Commute to Mater Womens Hospital

    I have just been offered a Midwifery post at the Mater Women and Childrens Hospital and have been given a start date of Feb 1st! :biggrin: I will be coming to Brisbane on a 457 visa with my husband and youngest daughter (12 yrs old). I'm not sure where to start looking for property and schools but although I don't mind a short commute i don't want to travel too much. Which areas do you suggest I start looking, can't wait to get there.. Lisa
  5. Guest

    Womens Lib, Too Far?

    Before I go any further I would like to say I am NOT a chauvinistic pig, just ask my better half after she has finished the chores that are her duty, :shocked::biglaugh:. I agree totally that women and men should be treated equally in 'most' respects, wages, rights, etc, BUT. Am I being old fashioned when I say I still like to treat a lady as a lady. I only ask as we have recently got back from visiting some relatives, :mad: and I was severely put in my place for offering my seat to a middle aged lady that I didn't know, the room was packed and I just thought it right, but was told by a friend of hers that it was rather condescending, (OK, she did this in a 'jokey' way) but all the same she meant it. I didn't look upon the lady in question as old, infirm etc, just a 'LADY' who might have wanted to sit down instead of standing. I will always offer my seat to any lady I see if I am travelling, age doesn't come into it, always hold the door open for them, (as I do blokes as well), and will let a lady go before me into a doorway , etc. I will pull a chair out for a lady, take her coat etc, I guess I am old fashioned. But I would like to get a female perspective on this. Though times have changed with reference to the workplace, pay, voting etc, and rightly so, do you look upon a bloke who believes in certain old fashioned values as out of touch with the modern era. There must be more blokes like me out there, in fact I know there are, because I see politeness toward ladies all the time, not ALL, but most. So, though times have changed ladies, do you still liked to be looked upon as the fairer sex, and men being polite to you, (without condescending) or do you see it as an affront to your dignity? Cheers Tony.:wink:
  6. we have several choices for your vote--this is all in fun:wubclub: bearing in mind theres a reputation at stake here
  7. Guest

    Womens clothes??!

    Hey all, Been here 3 months now, and still yet to find a decent clothes store. I miss Dorothy Perkins, Topshop and River Island SO much!! Can anyone help? Where do you shop here? Even online?? And whats the size conversion?! Thank you xxx
  8. Hello Girlfriends request! She is wondering on the quality of womens hairdressers in the Brisbane area? How much is the average cost for a cut and blow dry for example? Thanks! Scott :huh: