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I would dispute this. (I'm tempted to add that I've forgotten why) Men don't forget things, we choose not to remember and there is a huge difference between forgetting and not remembering. |
Men have much better memories than women, we just choose what is important and needs remembering. Women remember minutia and trivia while men have vast piles of data stored away in our memory banks.
Yes, women can remember wedding anniversaries while men don't. Women say that this shows we have memories like sieves but the truth is that most of us don't want to be reminded of that day. We would actually rather forget it than face the reminders. Ladies, if your husband remembers your wedding anniversary every year plus your birthday, your shoe size, your bra size, your favourite perfume, which shampoo and toothpaste you prefer, he's probably gay so you need to take a step back and have a closer look at the man you're planning on spending the rest of your life with.
Women can remember many petty, unimportant things but men can remember the important things in life. Show me a man who, at the drop of a hat, couldn't say who won the World Cup ten, twenty or thirty years ago or who won the most fights in a boxing career and I'll show you a man who drinks girlie cocktails. Personally, I can remember who won the world motor cycling championships in every one of the last sixty years. Compared with that, birthdays are a breeze.
Men also know things about tanks and submarines and it takes a really good memory to remember that kind of stuff. Wedding anniversary? Bah, too easy!