Quiz: Men - should you comment on that woman’s status, or keep your unwanted opinion to your f**king self?

A woman has just posted a status about her experiences as a woman on Facebook. Should you throw your two cents into the mix or just shut your fucking hole?

Take this simple quiz:

Are you a registered expert in the subject she’s made a status about?

A) Yes, I know loads about what she’s talking about, substantially more than she does. It is worth her, and everybody else on her timeline, hearing my opinion.
B) No, I’m just a regular guy.

Do you genuinely think she’d benefit from hearing what you have to say?

A) Yes, I genuinely believe my words will make an impact and perhaps even sway her opinion a little bit or at least give her something to think about.
B) No, I just really want to say it.

Has sharing your opinion on a similar status in the past gone well for you?

A) Oh, absolutely, loads of other people liked it. Interestingly those people were all men. Probably pleased I finally voiced what everyone was thinking.
B) No, but maybe this time will be different.


Mostly As) Don’t comment on that status.
Mostly Bs) Don’t comment on that status and delete your account.

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Express readers to discover incredible world beyond weather

READERS of the Daily Express are to be introduced to a strange new world of news that is not about the weather. 

Following the newspaper’s purchase by the Mirror group, its loyal audience is to be gently brought into a landscape of government policies, economics and sentient people who live in other countries. 

Express reader Roy Hobbs said: “No, see what it is, we’re going to be hit by an unprecedented winter snowbomb so we need to take statins. 

“Someone’s doing Brexit? People? I thought it was a natural phenomenon caused by low pressure in the West Midlands. 

“And I had no idea they were still making new celebrities. I thought they’d stopped after Kate Moss was involved in that hurricane.” 

Express editor Julian Cook said: “We’ll have to go slow. We’ve inadvertently managed to convince them that migrants fall from the sky, like rain.”