In my last blog post I had a good time poking fun at some of the unsafe things men do at times. Since ivman is an equal opportunity tease, today's post has a little fun at the expense of women. I've accumulated some pictures of what things would look like if women ruled the world. Some would quip, "Whaddya mean, IF women ruled the world?!?" Well, anyway, below are some very funny pictures. (The following is not a political statement on the scary prospect of a Hillary presidency. I'm not sure she's "into" many of the feminine touches lampooned in this blog post, though she's reputed to be quite the cookie baker.)
Bowling alleys would take on a different appearance.
Many tools, kits, and objects more often used by men would look quite different also.
Even the once familiar Swiss Army knife might be hard to recognize.
And hiking boots would be redesigned for nature loving women who prefer high heels.
If the male-dominated world of computers underwent a softening effect, things could also look very different.
And computers would actually have an "any key"
Prison life would be even cushier. (We have Martha Stewart to thank for this!)
Credit cards would take on new functions to meet a woman's shopping needs.
Even popular tourist attractions might have to undergo modifications to make them more aesthetically pleasing.
Then, of course, bathrooms would be radically changed to suit a woman's tastes.
Car shopping would be easier for some women, with fewer difficult choices.
But then other cars would look different and have great new features.
And on that same side of the car for the gals in England....
No consideration of a world run by women would be complete without a look at women and driving. A "women's world" would include signs thoughtfully warning of traffic surveillance cameras.
There would be special "women only" parking spaces with appropriate modifications for their special needs.
Finally, a world ruled by women would have proper signage along our highways.
"If men can run the world, why can't they stop wearing neckties? How intelligent is it to start the day by tying a noose around your neck?" - Linda Ellerbee
"My second favorite household chore is ironing. My first being hitting my head on the top bunk bed until I faint." - Erma Bombeck
Let the comments begin....