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Men Are Like Waffles Women Are Like Spaghetti

Understanding and Delighting in Your Differences
Written by: Bill Farrel, Pam Farrel
Narrated by: Bill Farrel, Pam Farrel
Length: 5 hrs and 51 mins

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Women are like spaghetti, because their thought process runs on and on in an interconnecting web, and men are like waffles because they compartmentalize and "sit" in sometimes blank boxes, just to relax.
©2007 Bill Farrel & Pam Farrel (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-09-17

Good content, annoying sound

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend the book but not this audiobook. Pam Farrell's voice (or perhaps the sound system wasn't set properly to record her voice) as it came through on the Bose sound system in my car was grating. I had no problem listening to Bill and I wanted to hear what Pam was saying so I did listen to the whole thing but the pitch of Pam's voice was challenging to listen to. I am "sound sensitive" though so this may not be a problem for most people.

What did you learn from Men Are Like Waffles Women Are Like Spaghetti that you would use in your daily life?

Was a bit of a light bulb moment and a bit freeing to learn that almost all men are like my husband and almost all women are like me and that doesn't make either of us wrong or right. It is making it easier to accept certain actions and comments by my mate and to realize that I might have to ask for what I need instead of assuming my mate will read my mind. It may actually be impossible for him to read my mind though this book has helped me better imagine what life looks like through his eyes - foreign as that might be.

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  • deb
  • 18-02-16

Practical Resource

Great tool to assist you in understanding your spouse and ensuring Love is given in a way if spouse receives.

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  • James
  • 27-05-15

A great relationship book

This is a great relationship book, really bringing up some key differences between how men and women approach things and offers lots of good ideas.

The presentation is good -- they know they're in a non-print format.

My wife and I recently listed to this on a trip and it sparked lots of good discussion.

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  • Jordans
  • 07-04-20

Found this study a little cheesy, just wasn’t for me

I didn’t enjoy this study. Really hoped to, but found it really rather cheesy. It’s also very similar to other studies about men and woman.

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  • Forest
  • 07-02-20

Stereotypical and disappointing

The concept of waffles and spaghetti is spot on perfect, gas and electric burners... perfect, but the way men are women are blanket categorized is disappointing to say the least. As a Christian man that has always loved deeply and rejected the stereotype, both openly and by example, it frustrates me to no end to hear people who influence lives promote, or at the the very least make these stereotypes seem acceptable. I am not perfect, not even close, but I am so much more than a neanderthal driven by sex. You'll see, the theme throughout this book is heavy on men being Neanderthals and women not knowing how to be direct. I am disappointed...

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  • Marjorie McLennon
  • 05-12-19

Good read!

Though the information is very useful! I'm not sure the co-read was the best method. That's the only reason I gave it 4 stars.

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  • william
  • 28-11-19

awesome book

this book was very informative I opening and very much appreciated thank you to the authors you did a fantastic job looking forward to hearing more God bless!

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  • Brad Safranski
  • 01-06-19

Must read for every spouse!

This will teach both sides the keys to loving and living with the other well. Don't miss it!

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  • Sabrina Safranski
  • 29-05-19

Must read

If you’re a wife trying to understand your husband (or vice versa) or even just a woman trying to understand a man (or vice versa), then this book is for you. It gives you insight both into your spouse and your relationship that will allow you to communicate better and build a stronger, more dynamic relationship together. My fiancé and I have both read it, and we feel that it has given us tools that will allow us to avoid conflicts that might otherwise have turned into massive battles. We’re looking forward to reading more from the Farrels!

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  • Kyle Tomczak
  • 25-03-19

Can't beat it, great book.

Great book! This book breaks a relationship down and points out the things that really matter in a healthy relationship.