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Hmmm... this is interesting, but I wonder why #s 2 and 3 are the case. The first one seems physiological. Men are generally bigger, thus eat more. But men also earn more on average, so the extra ten bucks a week in groceries cannot be faulted for the credit card debt. And #3, well, that one's probably pretty obvious.

financial freedumb

Interesting! Surprised you haven't got any feedback from females yet...I can imagine their list is quite expansive--monthly costs maybe? lol.

Jersey Girl

Interesting. Some things I wouldn't have thought about.


Women have other expenses tho LOL. Our list is up if you’d like to look… have a great day!

Josh Maher

haha, good thing men make more money :p


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