It’s Not About The Nail

I discovered this video over the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes, it does rely on a stereotype, but it’s funny! The video addresses a criticism that is famously leveled against men—that they try to ‘fix’ things when all that is needed is a compassionate ear. Are men allowed to offer solutions to the women in their lives, or are they just meant to listen well? It’s a false choice, but it makes for a funny video.



4 thoughts on “It’s Not About The Nail

  1. Tune into most any sitcom since 1975 and you will find men and adolescent boys portrayed as bumbling fools. It is part of the socialist agenda of feminizing men. That agenda has consistently sought to destroy the God given warrior nature of men. Stu Webber long ago wrote: “The Warrior function is…unmistakable in Scripture…Within the epistles, the mature believing man is often described in militant terms–a warrior equipped to battle mighty enemies and shatter satanic strongholds.
    The heart of the Warrior is a protective heart. The Warrior shields, defends, stands between, and guards…He invests himself in “the energy of self-disciplined, aggressive action.” By Warrior I do not mean one who loves war or draws sadistic pleasure from fighting or bloodshed. There is a difference between a warrior and a brute. A warrior is a protector…Men stand tallest when they are protecting and defending.”
    ― Stu Weber, Tender Warrior: God’s Intention for a Man

    For the most part, men and young men are being systematically blinded to that Biblical truth by both church and society. The price we will pay is unthinkable.

  2. That is hilarious! Now I understand why my husband always tries to “fix things” when I share my issues! God has endowed him with supernatural ability to see what is not obvious to me!
    I can see clearly now….

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