|Not much different than a human.|
|See? I told you, not much difference.|
"My Man brings home a lot of money."
"My Man knows exactly what I want."
"My Man is the jealous type, so be careful."
"My Man just got out of jail."
"My Man gets a really good welfare check."
Now, during this study I have noticed that their "Man" is usually the fling of the month and that "Man" really doesn't have a thought in his brain about actually making things serious. If they do end up being *ahem* serious, it usually lasts for a year...tops. These females are the ones who still use MySpace. I can't seem to find any female who is happily married (insert joke here) who calls their husband their "Man". They are usually referred to as "My Husband/Hubby/Hubs", "(Name)", or dumbass (affectionately of course).
OK, now I have pissed off 90% of my readers by attacking the females. Relax, calm down and chill out, I'm an equal opportunity offender. The same goes for the males too! My other eye starts twitching when I hear them call their significant others, "Old Lady", which usually follows words like The or My.
"The Old Lady chewed me out for having a beer."
"My Old Lady takes care of the dishes."
"The Old Lady said I can't go to his house for poker."
"My Old Lady is pregnant again!"
Again, during this study, I have noticed a few things, one being that when a male refers to the female as "Old Lady", they are in fact either married or have been with the same female for a long period of time. Just the opposite of the female study. Another thing I noticed was that these couples seem to fall into the white trash aspect and that's a WHOLE other study.