Tax·on·o·my – /takˈsänəmē/ – The classification of something.
Here’s the breakdown:
All husbands fall into one of two camps, which for the purpose of this exercise, require defining.
A. Good men.
A good man is the kind of person you’d let spend the night in your house without hesitation. A good man can be trusted to care for your children and pets. A good man is generally kind, honest, reliable, respectful, polite, loving and demonstrates loyalty and commitment to his family, friends, co-workers, teammates, etc. A good man is not perfect. But his Pros in the character department far outweigh his Cons.
B. Bad men.
A bad man does not care — even a little bit — how his actions affect others. He hurts people physically and emotionally without remorse. He cons people in order to take advantage of them. He lies. Cheats. Steals. Rapes. Murders. Abuses…
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