Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Man and Woman



From MIT- they're obviously doing some good work there.

11 comments:

Madeline said...

Are these the prototypes for the robots that the Drudge Report said we'd all be marrying, some day? On the other hand, looks like they've already achieved the ideal man. ROTFLOL!

M. Alexander said...

Ideal man? *snort* Where's the ATM cash dispenser!

Anonymous said...

I see why GOD and MAN has had his unfair share of trials with women from the very first one on. Unnecessarily complex and prone to defects and failure God had to make a "One of a Kind" special woman that will never be matched - Obviously she had no more that one button either.

What's that popular saying again, "A Good Woman Is Hard To Find, A Man Always Get The OTHER KIND".

Men - be leery of dating women that could result in an excessive number of sister-in-laws (i.e. more that one). Don't say you weren't warned.

Anonymous said...

Madeline, the first thing I would do with my new robotic wife is rip out her voice box, then I would replace her driving and shopping code with enhanced "Submissive" routines - There, a near perfect woman.

Petrus said...

Dear Anonymous,

You sounds frustated because you can't figure out what all those buttons are for. Man needs only one button because he's not that complex.

The woman's buttons are for breakfast, lunch, dinner & snack; laundry, carpooling, soothing voice, beauty, organization, creativity and charm.

crusader88 said...

How true, how true. I wonder if Adam knew how the woman worked in Eden, but was dumbed down as part of the punishment for the Original Sin.

Oh Mary Alexander, how I wish women could be pleased so easily. I'm in college so I can one day support a family as a single earner, but the sexual revolution has turned most women into such feminazis that such charity would be regarded as an insult.

Anonymous said...

Dear Petrus,

Another design flaw - women don't need three meal buttons (breakfast, lunch and dinner), one would have sufficed.

Madeline said...

Does anyone else find the second post from "anonymous", or the first post from the second "anonymous" (both obviously men lacking creativity) disturbingly violent?

Edward said...

And notice how easy it is to turn the man "on".

Thomas Shawn said...

Do women take offense at the .jpg, or smug self-satisfaction, or some third reaction?

Personally, I take pride in lack of sophisticated complexity.

Petrus said...

I don't think any of the women that have commented here are offended. We all agree with the photo :) Except for Mary who is looking for the cash machine ;) LOL.