What gender is it?
>
> If you're like most people, common everyday items
> look inert to you. But
> what you may not know is that many of them
> have a gender. For example . . .
>
> Ziploc Bags -- Male, because they hold everything
> in but you can see right
> through them
>
> Copier -- Female, because once turned off, it
> takes a while to warm up.
> It's an effective reproductive device if the right
> buttons are pushed, but can wreak havoc if the
> wrong buttons are pushed
>
> Tire -- Male, because it goes bald and often it's
> over inflated
>
> Hot Air Balloon -- Male, because to get it to go
> anywhere you have to
> light a fire under it . . . and, of course, there's
> the hot air part
>
> Sponges -- Female, because they're soft and
> squeezable and retain water
>
> Web Page -- Female, because it's always getting
> hit on
>
> Subway -- Male, because it uses the same old lines
> to pick people up
>
> Hourglass -- Female, because over time, the weight
> shifts to the bottom
>
> Hammer -- Male, because it hasn't evolved much
> over the last 5,000 years,
> but it's handy to have around
>
> Remote Control -- Female . . . Ha! You thought
> it'd be male. But consider
> -- it gives a man pleasure, he'd be lost
> without it, and while he doesn't always know the
> right buttons to push, he
> keeps trying