I've been asked how can I be so AWESOME?....Well that will take time to tell a story that spans 45 years.
"Awesome" cannot be understood by those who know not awesomeness! >:D
In other words, if the person who asked this question doesn't understand already why you're awesome, they never will.
So, you can give them the condensed version:
Have "I was born awesome" tattooed on the back of your head...TAH-DAH!
Or have it tattooed on my penis and give them a mouth full.... Tah Dahhh! LMAO!!!
But when random people ask you about your awesomeness, you can't just whip it out...unless you like going to jail for indecent exposure.
Sometimes when I feel too tired to be AWESOME, I slip down into AMAZING...but then I think of my son and how I must set the example...then I power up and become AWESOME again! ^_^
So yesterday I picked up snacks for my trip today, did laundry, placed chemicals in my swimming pool, watched True Blood, The Witches of East End and The Strain that night and went to sleep around 3 am. Woke up at 8 am today, will complete my snack pack by picking up some of Subway's Peanut Butter Cookies and then pack. I'm looking forward to trying out the hotel swimming pool, gym, and walking around in the desert heat of Palm Springs just to say I did it there too...
If no other male is going to tell you the truth, I will. My surrogate Grand-Mother who is no longer among the living once grabbed needle and thread from me and told me as she made my surrogate Sister sew a button back onto my shirt that a man has no business sewing. So as I smiled at my Sister for having to sew for me, it made me think just how much times had changed since my Grandma was young.
You see, at some point along the line, mothers began teaching their sons to do what was once considered traditional female chores; Cleaning, Ironing, Cooking, Sewing, Laundry etc etc. Oh, many may not like it, but they can do it and some (like me) can do it better than some females. Also, fathers began teaching their daughters to do what was once considered traditional male chores; Mechanics, Out-door work, Craftsmanship, Hunting, etc etc.
Now what this created was a generation of people that didn't NEED the opposite sex due to the fact that they brought to the relationship specific traditional gender roles that they were expected to fulfill. So basically, the sexes would WANT the other, but not necessarily NEED each other unless it was to procreate or to just enjoy intercourse because it feels good.
Currently, other than companionship and intercourse, one gender should not feel confused as to why they can't MAKE another gender fall for them or NEED them as seen in some Hollywood movies or as told in some romance novels.
If you want someone in your life and you want to be happy as well just remember these facts, (1) Looks attract, but Personality Keeps...(2) Be yourself up front because you can't fake being someone you're not forever.... (3) Treat others as you wish to be treated... (4) Don't be so closed minded that you fail to accept love outside of your own little bubble... (5) Be your own person and not who society wants you to be.
Both sexes should be taught to do as much as they can for themselves, regardless of whether that chore is male or female oriented, that's for sure!
I know a couple where the husband does the cooking and ironing, and the wife has her beloved power tools to fix up stuff around their house...lol
Got treated to Chili's Grill & Bar....Yum! Free food is the best! ^_^
Research is showing that more men are engaging in emotional affairs than in the past which then often leads into the physical affair.
I would think the internet is playing a huge role in that. I've read how people actively pursue others they feel they are Intellectually, Emotionally, Spiritually, Physically, Socially and Financially compatible with and would even agree to a life long commitment with that person even if they find they are compatible in most, but not all of those areas. However, as time passes, it becomes harder and harder to ignore those areas where there seems to be a lack of connection. As one article I read stated, the goal is not to force connection where there isn't one, but to bridge the areas where a gap exists and fill it with awareness rather than resentment. Unfortunately not everyone knows how to do that and some no longer want to try. For some, the area(s) that there seems to be no connection grows to a point where it's all consuming and an individual my artificially tie their lack of happiness in the relationship to those areas they feel there is no compatibility. They then convince themselves that to be happy would require a "friend" who can satisfy the connection in the area(s) they feel they lack with their partner and it would be purely platonic. However, after finding this individual, they are so elated to be compatible in that area with someone that then they feel they owe it to themselves and long term happiness to explore the possibility that their friend may be the "total package" they were originally searching for. As they say, the grass always looks greener on the other side.
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