Forget Mars and Venus

by Jason Kranzusch

Bob addressed the ancient one and said, "Oh, wise Seer, tell me about women." The Seer replied, "The intelligence of a woman is determined by her proximity to three things: cats, chocolate and 'that time of the month.'" Bob inquired further saying, "What about men?" The Seer replied, "The intelligence of a man is determined by his proximity to one thing: a woman." Bob asked, "So, in effect, the fate of the world depends on cats, chocolate and menstruation?" The Seer replied, "Pretty much."

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Jason Kranzusch, author of My, It's Crowded in Here, likes buffalo wings, blues music and basketball. He blogs at axegrinder and occasionally writes short stories at Poboy Muse.