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halflifer

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Gender of Inanimate Objects
« on: Oct 27, 2004, 05:52 »
You may not know that many non-living things have a
gender. For example:

1) Ziploc Bags -- They are Male, because they hold
everything in, but you can see right through them.

2) Copiers -- They are Female, because once turned off, it
takes a while to warm them up again. It's an effective
reproductive device if the right buttons are pushed, but
can wreak havoc if the wrong buttons are pushed.

3) Tire -- Male, because it goes bald and it's often
over-inflated.

4) Hot Air Balloon -- Male, because, to get it to go
anywhere, you have to light a fire under it and, of
course, there's the hot air component.

5) Sponges -- Female, because they're soft, squeezable and
retain water.

6) Web Page -- Female, because it's always getting hit on.

7) Subway -- Male, because it uses the same old lines to
pick people up.

8) Hourglass -- Female, because over time, the weight all
shifts to the bottom.

9) Hammer -- Male, because it hasn't changed much over the
last 5,000 years, but it's handy to have around.

10) Remote Control -- Female. Ha! You thought it'd be
Male. But consider this -- it gives a man pleasure, he'd
be lost without it, and while he doesn't always know the
right buttons to push, he keeps trying.

 


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