Alright, Who’s Going to Tell the Men They’re Wrong About ‘Man Periods’?

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According to a new study in the U.K., more than a quarter of British men believe they suffer from “man periods,” whijcalkd;sc9 23irfeads 3q2 wel;

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The survey of more than 1,000 men found that 26 percent of them believe they “frequently suffer the same common side effects of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) that women experience during their menstrual cycle, including tiredness, cramps and increased sensitivity.” The men reported occasionally feeling more tired, hungry, and sensitive, which I believe are also symptoms of the medical condition “being a human.” The condition is fatal.

Though some doctors are staunch believers in “Irritable Man Syndrome,” a serious disease every one of my boyfriends seems to magically contract the second I use my whiny voice, others are less convinced. “With women, it's a fact of life that has to be dealt with,” Dr. Gregory Jantz said. “Irritable male syndrome may be the most recent sticker slapped over the old mid-life crisis label.”

Any man who believes he’s suffering from a “man period” is welcome to have a piece of this dark chocolate, and then shut the hell up.