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Seminars for Women

In response to the seminar offerings by the female staff, the male staff has created a set of courses for females of all marital status.

The following courses will be offered:

  • General Education:
    • GE101: Why the Toilet Seat Has Hinges
    • GE102: Checkbook Balancing (formerly "Remedial Third Grade Arithmetic")
    • GE103: How to Drive a Nail Without Breaking One
    • GE104: How to Parallel Park
    • GE105: Why Going to the Bathroom is Not a Group Activity
    • GE106: Road Maps and Other Crutches for Spineless Wimps
    • GE107: Why a Bad Sports Telecast is Better Than a Good Soap Opera
  • Home Economics:
    • HE101a: Over-Laundering - Why Clothing Wears Out Premature
    • HE101b: Over-Vacuuming - Why Carpets Wear Out Prematurely
    • HE101c: Over-Dusting - Why Furniture Wears Out Prematurely
    • HE101d: Over-Washing - Why Dishes Wear Out Prematurely
    • HE102: How to Avoid Spending Money You Don't Have (formerly "How to Cut Credit Cards in Half")
    • HE103: Overcoming "The Imelda Syndrome" (formerly called "How Many Feet Do You Have, Anyway?")
  • Interpersonal Relationships:
    • IR101: How to Say "No" With Kindness and Appreciation
    • IR102: Why Men Enjoy Grocery Shopping About As Much As Women Enjoy Watching Roller Derby
    • IR103: Submission - a Biblical Perspective (prereq: SE101a or b)
    • IR104: Marriage - The Number One Cause of Divorce
    • IR105: Preposterous Mood Swings (PMS) (formerly "Keeping Your Personal Problems from Ruining Everyone Else's Life Too")
    • IR106: Understanding Men's Revulsion to Tampon Commercials (formerly called "We Know What That Little 'Plastic Applicator' is REALLY For!")
  • Sex Education:
    • SE101a: How to Say "Yes"
    • SE101b: How to Say "No" But Mean "Yes"
    • SE102: Sex - It's Not Just for Breakfast Anymore
    • SE103: Who Belongs on Top and Why
    • SE104: Lingerie - The Gift that Keeps On Giving
    • SE105: Sexual Alternatives for "That Time of the Month" (formerly titled "Any Old Port in a Storm")

Note: I'm not the author, these tidbits were all forwarded to me via email. Where I know the author, it is given.
The From: header may be the author, or it may just be the person who forwarded it to me.
Feel free to contact me to claim authorship.



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