I just came across an article in the Huffington Post sharing 50 things men over 50 have learned about women.
Their comments ranged from the cheeky — “They don’t like football as much as they said when I was 40,” said actor Alan Thicke — to the endearing: “There’s no secret to a successful marriage,” Sting told Esquire magazine. “I love my wife. More important than that, I really like her.”
Here a another few gems of wisdom they revealed but check it out over at Huffington.
“Women don’t want to hear what you think. Women want to hear what they think — in a deeper voice.” –– Bill Cosby
“I think women who know a bit about life are the most interesting. I don’t think people in their 60s have anything to envy of those in their 20s.” – – Pierce Brosnan
“I stand by what a friend of mine once said: ‘There’s only one way for a successful relationship to exist — at a fundamental level, the man has to be scared sh*tless of her or it ain’t gonna work” – – Dustin Hoffman
Ok, so it appears as men age they start to appreciate the true essence of a woman. Do we feel the same way about men as we get older and wiser?
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