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You might not have known this, but a lot of non-living

objects are actually either male or female.

Here are some examples

FREEZER BAGS: They are male, because they hold

everythingin, but you can see right through them.

PHOTOCOPIERS: These are female, because once turned

off, it takes a while to warm them up again.

They are an effective reproductive device if the

right buttons are pushed, but can also wreak havoc if you push the wrong

buttons.

TYRES: Tyres are male, because they go bald easily and

are often over inflated.

HOT AIR BALLOONS: Also a male object, because to get

them to go anywhere, you have to light a fire under their arse

SPONGES: These are female, because they are soft, squeezable

and retain water.

WEB PAGES:

Female, because they're constantly being looked at and

frequently getting hit on.

TRAINS: Definitely male, because they always use the

same old lines for picking up people.

EGG TIMERS: Egg timers are female because, over time,

all the weight shifts to the bottom.

HAMMERS: Male, because in the last 5000 years,

they've hardly changed at all, and are occasionally handy to have around.

THE REMOTE CONTROL: Female. Ha! You probably thought

it would be male, but consider this: It easily gives a man pleasure, he'd

be lost without it, and while he doesn't always know which buttons to

push, he just keeps trying

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