1. "Fine"
       This is the word women use at the end of any argument when
       they feel they are right but can't stand to hear you argue any
       longer. It means that you should shut up. ( NEVER use "Fine"
       to describe how she looks. This will cause you to have one of
       those arguments. )

  2. "Five minutes"
      This is half an hour. It is equivalent to the five minutes that
      your football game is going to last before you take out the
      trash, so women feel that it's an even trade.

  3. "Nothing"
      "Nothing" means something and you should be on your toes.
      "Nothing" is usually used to describe the feeling a woman
      has of wanting to turn you inside out, upside down, and
      backwards. "Nothing" usually signifies an argument that
      will last "Five Minutes" and end with the word "Fine."

  4. "Go Ahead" ( with raised eyebrows )
      This is NOT permission; it's a dare! If you mistake it for
      permission, the result will be the woman will get upset over
     "Nothing" and you'll have a "Five-minute" discussion that
      will end with the word "Fine."

  5. "Go Ahead" ( normal eyebrows )
      This is NOT permission, either. It means "I give up" or "do
      what you want because I don't care." You will get a raised
      eyebrow "Go Ahead" in just an few minutes, followed by
      "Nothing" and "Fine" and she will talk to you in about "Five
      Minutes" when she cools off.

  6. "Loud Sigh"
      This is not actually a word, but is still often a verbal statement.

      Very frequently misunderstood by men. A "Loud Sigh" means
      she thinks you are a complete idiot and wonders why she is
      wasting her time standing here and arguing with you over

  7. "Soft Sigh"
      Again, not a word, but a verbal statement. "Soft Sighs" are
      one of the few things that some men actually understand. It
      means she is momentarily content. Your best bet is to not
      move or breathe in the hope that the moment will last a bit

  8. "Oh"
      This word-followed by any statement-is trouble. Example;
      "Oh, let me get that". Or, "Oh, I talked to him about what
      you were doing last night." If she says "Oh" before a
      statement, run, do not walk, to the nearest exit. She will tell
      you that she is "Fine" when she is done tossing your clothes
      out the window, but do not expect her to talk to you for at
      least two days.