Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Annie, Aug 17, 2005.
I knew this was coming. That's why I didn't bother shaving my...well anything but my face. I kept spending weekends in the middle of the woods. I kept shooting living things because it was fun. I also think head-butting is probably the coolest thing you can do.
I like guns, vehicles that carry guns, vehicles with large engines, sports, and other manly things. I'm from Arkansas, and I'll be damned if I let NOW neuter me, because I know God made women attracted to men for a reason, and that manly men have been getting chicks for thousands of years. Maybe I'll pass at seeing Steel Magnolias, but if that jerk over there looks at you like that one more time, I'm SOOOOO headbutting him in the face until his nose breaks.
---I TOLD you to stay away from that chick site !
Says "SHE"! Haaaa, BULLSHIT!
I'll keep being me thank you! I'll continue to drop my dirty socks and underwear on the floor, fart in the house and in bed, and always have control of the remote, so get the F over it. I ain't changin!
Truth is, if we change you'll hate it, there'll be nothing to bitch about then, and then, you'll never think you had a minor victory over men ever again. What kind of life is that?
I suspect this woman has never known a REAL man. Just WIMPS.
I agree--does this woman think that all men have gone metro and have to change back???
Oh yes you men are definitely in control
if you never paid any attention to the bitchy drumbeat of this crap did it ever really exist?
and she has a new book...go figure.. I guess the WIMPS of the world will buy into this. What do we call them...ahhhh "Kitty whipped"?LOL
The battle of the sexes is a never ending war to be in control while letting the other side think they're in control. Both sides claim to be winning, but in reality, nobody really knows...except that metrosexuals and those who are obviously "whipped" are losers, along with those chicks who appear on talk shows because they don't know which of their 15+ boyfriends is the father of their child.
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