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Man Law #5 – A woman will do everything she can to resist your advance, and block your retreat.

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She might have all shields up and her Cobra guard on the first few times you meet her, but once you’ve won her over…be forewarned, she will do everything in her power to keep you from escaping. Eventually, the man simply gives up. There is a special term for this, it is called “Marriage.” Be careful what you wish for…this has seen the end to many, proud men…

  1. Eric
    August 10, 2009 at 3:15 pm

    How precisely does a woman use marriage to destroy a man?

    • February 26, 2014 at 11:45 pm

      Awesome you should think of soeithmng like that

  2. August 27, 2009 at 4:23 am

    Gradually rubbing away your sense of self until you are a mindless “drone”. Now, since I have never been married, I’ll take people’s word for it who HAVE been married…they all seem to boil down to the same thing… “She gets what she wants…”

  3. July 21, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    It’s that ridiculous and unfair line “A happy wife yields a happy life.”

  4. December 21, 2012 at 5:42 pm

    I’m afraid I miopsske if I suggested that Law has had dance training––many actors do, but it may just be how he works. Yes, the lighting and set worked beautifully together and greatly enhanced the play. But oh dear, the business suits in a medieval setting. Not good. I don’t mind interpretations in which Shakespeare takes place in other times and places than Renaissance England, but for me, present time in street clothes just doesn’t work with the language. The only version of Hamlet in a modern setting that’s worked for me was Ethan Hawk’s film interpreted as a present day struggle for corporate power. Somehow that was distant enough, if not in time, then in culture. I have a question, Felicia. I thought it was rude of the audience at our matinee not to applaud his stunning soliloquies. Did they applaud in the one you saw?

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