Tuesday, August 4, 2009

MANaging Your Life

“When women are depressed, they eat or go shopping. Men invade another country. It's a whole different way of thinking.”

Elayne Boosler

Yes we are men and we get bored from time to time. What do we do when we get bored? We invent, we invade, we destroy, we create, we conquer, we play, we cheat, etc... Pretty much anything to spice up this day to day routine we call life.

Let's face it, our jobs are routine enough for us. We get up every morning at the same damn time, we drink our coffee, take a shower, get dressed and start our morning commute into our job. At this job we do the same thing day in and day out, different people may call our phones or come in for appointments but the basic foundation of routine is there. Sure, we might change it up a bit and masturbate in the shower before work or leave early so we can stop and get a tasty breakfast treasure from McDonalds but it always reverts back to the routine. So by the time the 5:00 hour hits we are ready for some adventure! That is the one thing women fail to understand about us. We don't want a women to be as routine as our 9-5. We want to come home and have her laying on the bed in a Christian School Girl outfit. She is ready to take any position we can create in our fantasy cavity (lodged deep within the brain cells of our Frontal Lobe). Men want to explore. We want to go on kayaking adventures down dangerous piranha infested waters, or to the nearest airport and jump on the first plane that has two available seats and explore new lands just for the fun of it.

When we get bored our senses go into Man drive overload. We begin seeking entertainment elsewhere. If our job gets too routine we start slacking and seeking gainful employment elsewhere. If our girlfriend/wife becomes too boring, we might start flirting back to Cindy at the copy machine when she flicks her hair and does that cute little giggle whenever you make eye contact with her. It is important to note that these things are not our fault. We cannot control the man beast within, we are animals by nature not by nurture.

I'm a man, I have an attention span of about 1.3 milliseconds, expecting me to give you my undivided attention without some sort of rewarding excitement every now and then is just against my genetic code. I would say I'm sorry for that but I don't apologize for being a man. I CELEBRATE it.

Congratulations your a MAN...

Man 2

1 comment:

  1. I would like to thank this man in the orange tie for his congratulations. It really made my day.