Hercule Poirot on Marriage
Perhaps the great detective would have been an MRA, he certainly could count as a Man Going His Own Way.
What did his “little gray cells” deduce about marriage?
In my experience, I know of five cases of wives being murdered by their devoted husbands.
Captain Hastings: Oh?
Hercule Poirot: And twenty-two husbands being murdered by their devoted wives. So thank you, no. Marriage, it is not for me.
[“Agatha Christie’s Poirot” (TV) – The Double Clue (1991)]
Hercule Poirot was the creation of a woman; a real man would never have figured it out.