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5 Questions Men Should Not Ask Women

By marinka |

How many times have you heard that “there are no stupid questions?” We like to think that we live in a society that encourages questions, that rewards the inquisitive mind, that applauds those wanting to learn more by asking questions. So yes, asking questions is good. Very good.

Unless you are a man asking certain questions. Of a woman. Because there are no rewards for asking those questions. And many, many punishments.

Click through for questions that men should avoid asking.



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5 Questions Men Should Not Ask Women

When are you due?

I shouldn't even have to say this, but never, ever ask a woman any question that implies that she is pregnant. If she is not pregnant, you will become that guy who asked a woman if she was pregnant. People have been exiled for less.
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For more of Marinka, visit her personal blog Motherhood in NYC and The Mouthy Housewives, where she doles out advice as though it were candy. Mmm … candy. Also, follow her on Twitter, where she never refers to herself in the third person, but does have a potty mouth. Sorry!

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About marinka



Marinka is a wife and mother of two living in Manhattan's West Village. On her personal site Motherhood in NYC, she blogs about her life in New York City, her kids and family, current events, and the art and science of blogging.

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