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Do boys just complain more than girls?

Seems a miserable way to live.

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Really, helpbot?

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You know, I would say that it is exactly the opposite of what you suggest. In my experience I have noticed that girls just complain more than boys. There are just some people that are never happy though, no matter what you do for them or what their circumstances in life are they will always complain. I like to call these people "complainers". In fact everyone where I work calls these people complainers and 8 times out of 10 they are of the female persuasion. I rest my case.

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Most "Karens" are female.

Most "Lawyers" are male.

I'd call it a toss-up.

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Anonymous wrote:
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It's equal both of them are just as bad

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Its both. More of a personality thing than a gender thing.

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Let's get the obvious out of the way; guys complain.

Now, it has been observed in the baby wards of hospitals that girl babies move their mouths nearly 400% more than boy babies.

Ambiguity seems to clarify itself from that point forward.

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