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For years we've heard the things men shouldn't say to women, such as: "Yeah, those jeans do make you look a little chunky" and "Why didn't you tell me you had a hot friend?"
We've been doing our best to behave, but it's time you knew that there are a few things that won't score you any points with the man in your life.
For the most part, we're an open book, but there are a few things that make us cringe.
Here's a look at 10 things women say that really anger men"
l"That looks cute"
For the most part men hate cute. We don't want to hear about it, we don't want to see it and we sure as hell don't want to be it.
If we come downstairs after getting dressed and you tell us we look cute, there's a 100percent chance we're going to change.
We're supposed to be your protector, your rock, and cute does not fit into that picture
l"We need to talk"
These four words shut a man's brain off faster than long division.
When men hear you say that they immediately go into flight mode. And if there is anything they can do to get out of this conversation - and better yet, your apartment - they will.
There are plenty of other ways to approach a delicate conversation, and getting us in a place where we feel comfortable is a good start.
l"It's just a game"
Actually, it's not just a game. Sports are a major part of our lives and the outcome has as much to do with our mood as just about anything else.
Is it fair? No. Is it right? No. Is it immature? Maybe. But it's life. Sometimes we just care too much.
We understand that it doesn't make sense but you should be happy that we're that passionate about something.
Telling us that "it's just a game" is like us telling you that Oprah's just a talk show host.
l "Nothing's wrong"
Please don't tell us nothing's wrong. The look on your face would make the toughest guy on the planet weep like a third-grade girl and your arms are crossed so tight you might explode.
We're not mind readers. Tell us what's going on. And don't make us guess because - believe me - you won't like what we come up with.
l"I sound like my mom"
The mere fact that you might turn into your mom someday scares the hell out of us.
Don't say it, even in jest - it's not funny no matter how you look at it. We actually believe (and pray) that the saying "every woman ends up looking like their mother" is an old wives' tale.
If we didn't, no one would ever get married.
l"I just want to be friends."
No, you don't. You just want us to stop calling you.
This is a lot like pulling off a band-aid. Do it quick - don't prolong the agony.
Most of us take "I just want to be friends" as "There's still a chance," so if there isn't, just make a clean break and move on. Everyone will be better off.
l"Size doesn't matter"
Don't lie to us. We know it does, and we're doing our best to make up for it in other ways.
It's best just to not say anything at all.
l"What are you wearing?"
We're wearing whatever's clean or whatever you tell us to.
We don't plan our wardrobe days in advance, but we do actually try and look presentable.
It might not work a lot of the time, but we do give it a shot. Giving us direction is completely encouraged, though, so go ahead and suggest . nicely.
l"Is she pretty?"
Of course we do, our standards are much lower than yours. But just because we check her out doesn't mean we think any less of you.
We try to be as discreet as possible, but for the most part we can't help it. It's in our DNA. When an attractive woman walks by it's best to just pretend nothing happened.
l"Which outfit do you like better?"
I'm going to be honest here - 90 percent of the guys out there are not going to tell you which outfit they like better.
They're going to try to pick the one you like better and not get into a holy war when the baby-sitter is due any minute.
To us you always look good. Getting a couple of cocktails and spending as much time as we can without the kids is our ultimate goal for a rare night out. - MSN.com