Some Differences Between Girls and Boys

 

There is not a distinction made between girls and boys anymore in our culture. But I am
really noticing some differences!

Some differences between boys and girls.

1. When girls insult each other they are arch enemies. When boys insult
each other they are best frends.

2. Girls have an outfit for every day of the year.
Boys have an outfit for every two months. (exaggerating a little)

 

3. Here is what you find in a girl’s text.

emoji

Here is what you find in a boy’s text.

Hi.

Gotta go.

4. Girls want dolls, diaries, music, art supplies, bows.
Boys want nerf guns, airsoft guns, remote controlled tanks, Xbox.

5. Girls use blocks to make castles. Boys use blocks to destroy girls
castles.

6. Girls talk about cute guys, with the exception of me. I have no idea
what guys talk about! No, no, I take that back! Guys talk about video
games, computers, dumb little kids movies they don’t like, and the
newest models of nerf guns.

There are many exceptions to this, these are just carbon copies of
some people I know.

 

 

Published by brainchildgalore

I am a children's art teacher, homeschooler, business owner, teenager, older sister, and fallower of Christ. I enjoy art, speech, audio books, good quality words, and well developed characters. Some of my favorite books are Pride and Prejudice, The Outsiders, The Anne Series, Little Woman, The Princess and the Goblin, and Crime and Punishment. My family is homeschooled. We are 8 in number. Dad, Mom, Me, Garfunkel, Lady Z, Lady Cupcakes, Spider Man, and Cutness Baby. We are the Pickles If you can't tell those are fake names to hide our true identity so that admiring fans don't antagonize us. Quote of the month "Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive because your words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive because your behavior becomes your habits. Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny." ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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