Wednesday, August 27, 2014
How Manly Does a Man Have to be to Trip Your Trigger?
Ben, was pretty manly, more manly than Indifferent Man whom I was camping with.
I don't want to sound like a bitch, but I resent men who force me to be more manly then them. If I have to take the mouse out of the mousetrap, chop the damned wood for the fire, or change the oil because he doesn't know how to, that's fine. We're living in a post-modern world. But if he wants any sexy time, forggetabboutit. There's something about a dude making me be the real dude that is a super turn off. Why bother?
Either that, or I'm becoming more of a post-menopausal-man than most men. Or I'm just a bitch.
But I had to chop the wood, keep the fire going, cook the meal, and set up the rain shelter. And that sucks. I want to fall into the strong John Wayne arms of a dude who knows what he's doing. Well, with Indifferent Man, he is just so feminine and sweet, that I don't mind he's not manly. Until he wants to kiss me. Then I want to barf and run for the hills.
As a feminist, this has left me in a quandary. Why should I have these gender expectations? Poor Indifferent Man. PLUS, did I tell you that Mr. Big bounced back into my life for one night two weeks ago? I started this blog years after AFTER Mr. Big. Short story. Mr. Big was manliness incarnate. And the passion between us was at the Hollywood level. More later.
But seeing Mr. Big, only reminded me of what I used to find as PASSION in men. Mr. Big was a former Marine, 6'4", voice of Barry White, could build you a log cabin with only a pocket knife, throw you over his shoulder as if you were just a sack of flour, and give you the sass that only an educated man could do.
Tonight I had a date with more of a manlier man than Indifferent Man. But he might be a cheapskate. A cheapskate is not a manly man. And that sort of made my libido take a nose dive.
If I have to cough up fifty percent of the bill, why not just go out with one one of my girlfriend bro's, like Dooders?
I'm trying to figure this all out for us. More later. More on Mr. Big, too. Lookin' out for all of us, so Peace Out.