**Disclaimer: This is not abut The Prince. Entirely...**
One of the most hateful words. And why?
How easy it is to toss it at a woman and bear down on her the shameful -- or alleged shameful -- behavior of generations of women before. How many of us have been temporarily silenced by that word flung at us to keep us from saying something we need to say?
Okay, sure, maybe a double reminder to take out the trash, or take out a car seat, or submit expenses is unnecessary.
But what about driving slower when your rabbit is in the car? Or pick up a prescription before the pharmacy closes for the night?
And ask yourself -- have you ever been called a nag by another woman?
Picture a nag. Go ahead. Close your eyes. I see a broken-down horse that is exhausted and bullied. Not a creature that has any energy to even stick up for themselves.
I say we put an end to this nag-ing. I say leave the stinking trash in the can and go on kitchen strike until it's thrown out. or just pick up the prescription for yourself or pluck your rabbit from the car. Please.
And then the next time somone utters the word in your presence, neigh loudly like that broken-down horse. Enough of that, and it just might silence them.