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I expect to be pilloried for this

by daustins / October 17, 2006 12:36 PM PDT

Women talking in the front seat. Women pride themselves, justly, on their ability to communicate one with the other, and much ink has been spilt on men's differing communication skills.

That said, when women talk, it is a full-body-contact sport. A woman looks at another woman, judging her reaction--another thing men are criticized for not doing, and as the sole man in an office of women I have had to learn entire new subtleties in talking to women for they hear more than is actually said. This is why I prefer women nurses and doctors, but I automatically give berth to two women in the front seat having an animated conversation.

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