Here are some answers to the mysteries of women from the pages of McCall's magazine:
First - why do women go on periodic housecleaning frenzies? Blame it on her thyroid gland. It's larger and more active than a man's, and gives her more pep and enthusiasm. She also has a regular monthly "nesting impulse" that sends her buzzing around, making everything neat and tidy.
Why are women so clumsy at throwing a ball? Bone structure. The average woman's arms are more bent at the elbow than a man's. This causes that stiff, downward-motion in ball throwing that men find so hilarious.
Why are women always hearing burglars? All their senses are keener. Also, even though she might be wrong about the burglar, she probably did hear something her husband didn't.
Why do women like concerts and "culture" much more than men do? Biology. These events require a lot of sitting. Women are usually heaviest around the hips, so they're more comfortable in chairs. Men are top-heavy, with the maximum weight around the chest and shoulders. They're built for action, not sitting. (Which is why they make such terrific super-heroes!)