DEAR ANTI-HUNTING WIVES: Here’s A Rough Column Just For You


Ladies, don’t bring your man down if he enjoys the thrill of the kill. He was made that way, let him be.

By Doug Giles, Clash Daily

Because I hunt and fish a lot, and I write about my pursuits afield, I’ve been blessed to know many professional hunters, guides and outfitters from Alaska to Africa and I’ve been instrumental in hooking people up on epic adventures from boar hunts to cape buffalo hunts and everything in between.  I’ve also been on the receiving end of hearing guys who’d like to hunt tell me they can’t go hunting because… wait for it… “Their wife won’t let them.”

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“Their wife won’t let them”? What kind of grown man actually says something like that?

Look, I get wives saying, “Honey, I wish you wouldn’t go hunting brown bear in Prince William Sound this spring because you haven’t paid our mortgage in the last four months.”

What I don’t get is a petulant wife hunt-blocking her husband who has paid the bills and has taken care of business; and said chick still throws a fit about his wanting to hunt or fish.  To me … that’s bullcrap.

Let me let you highly feminized controlling lasses who’ve watched way too much Desperate Housewives in on something about husbands that we don’t dig; and why you might be single again soon, very soon.  Are you ready?  Check it out.  Here are 11 things husbands hate …

Husbands hate …

  1. When you throw them under the bus in public.
  2. When you remind them of their past failures.
  3. When you unload on them as soon as they walk in the door.
  4. When you expect them to be just like your girlfriend.
  5. When you expect them to read your mind.
  6. When you treat them like your child.
  7. When you unload the big guns on them at 11 p.m.
  8. When you compare them to that “perfect guy” at church.
  9. When you give them the silent treatment.
  10. When you use sex as a weapon.
  11. And when you complain about them going hunting and/or fishing.

BTW, a happily married woman wrote 1-10 . Number 11 is all mine.

Not only do men, who would be men, hate the aforementioned, but also God, according to the Scriptures, is sympathetic to the plight of the husband who is married to a contentious dame.

Check it out …

Proverbs 21:9 — Better to dwell in a corner of a housetop, than in a house shared with a contentious woman.

Proverbs 21:19– Better to dwell in the wilderness, than with a contentious and angry woman.

Proverbs 25:24– It is better to dwell in a corner of a housetop, than in a house shared with a contentious woman.

Proverbs 27:15– A continual dripping on a very rainy day and a contentious woman are alike.

Ouch. Someone forward those verses to Bruce Jenner, STAT.

Ladies, real men are naturally hard-wired to be hunters.  True men are providers, protectors, hunters and heroes.  To stymie this is to effectively neuter your dude and keep him from what God made him to be; and diminish him to the realm of the effeminate.  Trust me, girls; if and when the crap hits the fan, you don’t want some brow beaten tinkerpot who can’t put meat in the pot should the economy and country go to hell.

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