Ok Boys… Let's Get This Straight, Shall We?

15 Apr

Men (or boys more likely)  are CONSTANTLY advocating that they want a confident woman…that clingy and obsessive girls are not the way to go. But once they are presented with someone who doesn’t fawn all over them, has their own goals and aspirations, and (heaven forbid!) has an opinion, they run in the other direction… towards a clingy alternative.

Talk about mixed signals.

Let’s cut the crap, boys, and you be honest about what you really want. Someone to cater to you, to build you up, to support YOUR dreams and aspirations, to cook, to clean, and to keep their mouth shut.

When you get an independent female, you get a dominant personality and I think that this is something the modern day male can’t admit that maybe he is intimidated by.

I (shockingly) haven’t been hit on, approached, or talked to at a bar, grocery store, or stoplight in a good six months (and no I don’t have a horrifying rash all over my body or anything like that… anymore ;).) And everyone is like “Oh you are just too intimidating. You are too independent. It scares them.” Hold on one moment isn’t that what men say they want?

I suggest men in the 21st century MAN-UP and be serious about what they are looking for and stop sending mixed signals. It’s ok if you are just as needy as the girls you protest, but at least be honest to yourself and to the strong women you are blowing off. We have better things to do with our time anyways. And I’m open to waiting for a real man until the end of time…which (like I said before)…luckily, it isn’t that long until 2012 and the end of the world.

I found her for ya guys!

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3 Responses to “Ok Boys… Let's Get This Straight, Shall We?”

  1. mom April 15, 2011 at 10:50 AM #

    Once again the writing is always good and the photo & caption are priceless.
    By the way after 30 years with a very talented and driven man I find that often they really don’t know what they want and part of the job discription is to wait patiently for them to figure out what you already know. (thus the mixed signal problem)

    Like my Mama said, “Men, they’re an option…not a necessity.”

  2. Tien April 15, 2011 at 3:31 PM #

    Bitter much?

  3. EB April 18, 2011 at 3:28 AM #

    Love it!

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