Numbers Don't Lie

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Marriage and life span

Marriages shorten women's average life span by 7 years, in comparision with un-married women. For men, the reversal is true. Marriages elongate their life's span up to 7 years, in comparision with un-married men.

Heard from: Delilah, a Chicago's radio station host

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22 Comments:

Blogger DW said...

I guess it's true for married woemn to have their life span shorten to 7 years. We have to take care of the kids, clean and work. Double duty for us.

9:34 PM

 
Blogger Beth Danae said...

interesting.

9:42 PM

 
Blogger nicole said...

hi~! this blog is so funny!! it almost feels like those little novelty calendars ppl can get with "a quote a day" but this is like, a funny numerical fact a day... that has to do with life..

very amusing~! great for procrastination ^_^

do u have the facts about how much money women spend on cosmetics and shoes? i read it once somewhere and have been wanting to quote it in my everyday conversations but forgot the specifics!

10:38 PM

 
Blogger Rudy Wellsand said...

My goodness, I hope this is the START of my at least seven MORE years! Have you ever tho't that ther is something that CONTROLS our lives, to make us SAY, FEEL, and ACT the way we do? Is Destiny CONTROLLED by CODES?

You have DNA and RNA CODES in you, plus other CODES that switch things ON and OFF in your body, ALL to CONTROL you!

WHO PUT THE CODES INTO YOU?

Likewise, YOU CAN READ CODES RIGHT OUT OF YOUR OWN BIBLE, that CONTROL your Destiny!

See the "Chosen"Code and "Color" Code; VISIT: http://quadcode.blogspot.com ! Save or Print it to study!

10:38 PM

 
Blogger Ronna said...

For some reason....this is not surprising to me! I will be sure to check this sight daily!

7:21 PM

 
Blogger Jude said...

My favorite statistic to throw out in conversation when someone else uses a statistic is.... "42.7% of all statistics are made up on the spot".

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8:32 PM

 
Blogger Shining Love Pig said...

Isn`t the life expectancy of women greater than that of men?

8:56 PM

 
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9:16 PM

 
Blogger Jill said...

I think living with men just shortens life spans, period. Living with women, on the other hand, well - who else is going to coax you to eat texturized vegetable protein?

10:53 PM

 
Anonymous mynisa said...

so when the wife died, the husband shorten life span by 7 years. so it just equalizes everything. :P

11:31 PM

 
Blogger Sylvia said...

Why am I not surprised...
It is a bit funny as well:)

5:42 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got to put up with her 7 more years than what i thought LOL

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7:35 PM

 
Blogger Cairo The Boxer said...

That is why mommy married daddy who is two years younger. But they say that people who have dogs live longer. So mommy and daddy will live a long long time. Woof woof

8:15 PM

 
Blogger Squire said...

It is funny !!

8:34 PM

 
Blogger Harsha said...

Nice pointer...

9:21 AM

 
Blogger Justin Dale said...

In a wierd way thats actually quite humorous men make womens lives shorter and women make mens live longer

9:28 AM

 
Blogger Paul said...

What a paradoxical fact. Just bear with me a second. If women make us men live longer, the only logical outcome is that the women live less than the men, because men live longer! Got it. I thought so!

11:57 AM

 
Blogger Crime Master Gogo said...

Darn! thats an interesting statistic. Never thought that this might be true.

CMG

12:56 PM

 
Blogger Desultory Girl said...

Yeah, it's called baggage transferance. Now let me go call my sister and tell her the good news.

11:48 PM

 
Blogger Desultory Girl said...

By the way, very cool blog here.

11:50 PM

 
Blogger butterflygirl said...

Now that I am divorced-what happens to my life span?

7:03 PM

 
Blogger Xtine said...

well I guess there is an upside to be single in your 30s (if you're a chick)

7:52 PM

 

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