Why GPS is Better Than a Wife

While a GPS receiver doesn’t compare to a wife, it’s probably better for navigation purposes.

Here are some reasons:

  1. A GPS does not act all grumpy when asked to navigate.
  2. A GPS receiver does not take 30 minutes to tell you where you were half an hour ago.
  3. A GPS does not get directionally confused by the highway loop around the city.
  4. A GPS does not skip one page in the directions you printed out from Mapquest.
  5. A GPS does not refuse to navigate when you don’t take the route it recommended.
  6. A wife does not cheerfully recalculate a new route to your destination when you don’t take a turn.
  7. On the other hand, a wife will not suggest you cross a river. Instead, she’ll force you to stop.

Got any more?

Author: Zack

Dad, gadget guy, bookworm, political animal, global nomad, cyclist, hiker, tennis player, photographer

9 thoughts on “Why GPS is Better Than a Wife”

  1. Well I have a few on why a GPS is better than a husband but I’ll just state one.
    “A GPS does not have a ego and when it doesn’t know how to get you somewhere, it just tells you so!”
    🙂

  2. Koonj: Your comment created a very disturbing image in my imaginative mind and I can’t seem to shake it off now. Thanks!

    Renee: Thanks.

    Lena: True, true.

    Marigold: How about some more?

  3. A GPS has no ears, no eyes, no heart but only a blind brain.
    There is no replacement or equivalence of mother and wife

  4. Ok.. here’s another one for you.

    “GPS stays off when you ‘shut it’!!” LOL 😀

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