Wednesday, October 26, 2005

And the Prize for Longevity Goes To...

You know what I just realized? It's now been 2 months since I met Footlong (aka Tennis Boy). He's been there through the MacB drama, through all the British Scientist stuff, around during the Pizza Boy incident. I've been dating him throughout all four of our birthdays, and he even attended two of the celebrations. I know I only see him every other week, but still. He should get some sort of award or something, for sticking around a while...

10 Comments:

At 10/26/2005 5:57 AM, Blogger ThreeCharlie said...

A tasty McGriddle from McDonald's?

 
At 10/26/2005 11:11 AM, Anonymous Colin said...

Wow, two months is a long relationship?

 
At 10/26/2005 1:27 PM, Blogger -- said...

For guys that are not my boyfriend? Yes, sadly, colin.

Jersey Shore Boy was 2.5 years, though. And Boston Boy was 5!

But lately, I've been lucky to make it to date 3.

 
At 10/26/2005 1:31 PM, Blogger sethro said...

Shit. 2 months is a relative lifetime. ;)

 
At 10/27/2005 3:10 PM, Blogger Betty on the Beach said...

I say relax and ride it out - you may be surprised where it ends up...and don't be shy to call the guy either. He is clearly smitten, so you don't have much to lose. Have fun!

 
At 10/28/2005 2:06 PM, Blogger Tote Board Brad said...

Stick with the hoss whose parent's are attending the Breeder's Cup. Thoroughbreds--now there's something to be passionate about.
-tbb

 
At 10/30/2005 3:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well it's pretty clear that if you want a gal to wax lyrical about you, all you need is that big horsey hose. Sure they appreciate affection and attention, but when you get right down to it, it's the hot bods that attract all the attention. And if that hot bod is not attached with a decent hose, well then, prepare to be passed over for the next big dicked charmer. Honestly, I think there's nothing else that can get such a glowing commentary on a 'relationship' blog.

Say you won a science prize? Yawn. Corporate VP pulling down 6 figures at 29? ('OK, What kind of car do you drive?'). Own your own business at 30? Disinterest; 'It's plumbing, right?' Great cook, likes kids, plays well with others, steady job, close with his family, nope little of it gets much mention. When the big dick is on stage there's nothing but applause and fawning. 'Sure he's a bit of a dickhead, but he Really has a great big schlong! Yah got to see it!' It was ever thus.

So now that we've dispensed with more than a quarter century of feminist theory, can we all stop wondering about the rise in plastic surgery, the prevalence of plastic people, media images that focus on just one type of person, and why our kids are so 'sexualized'?


Yeah, I'm being too dramatic. Now look around for a blogger who goes ape for just the average guy. Yeah, I know it's a sport, and I know this is play time too. You've all got a right to your big dicked wonders and their charms. Don't be taking that away from anyone. But for a LTR, this is probably not the first attribute to be looking for. It may come in with the rest of the package, but it should not be part of the initial selection process if you really want it to last. But that may take awhile to sink in. Right now it's just fun.

But who knows, you might be the one to get lucky. Finding that perfect charmer with a great job, great looks, good prospects, a personality that fits yours, funny, kind & intelligent and of course complete with a one eyed trouser snake that can fetch your glasses from the nightstand while prone. And they don't even make them anymore in Hollywood either. Ah, the eternal quest! Good Luck kids! VJ

 
At 10/30/2005 5:23 PM, Blogger -- said...

VJ,

Though Footlong does have a hot bod, he's also a really nice guy, and a total catch. But the personality... he's not got the best one.

But Karaoke Boy, who I'm currently smitten with, doesn't make a lot of $$, doesn't have a hot bod, and I couldn't tell you about his *cough* package. But he's really sweet. And a totally average boy. And I like him. So don't tell me I don't go for the average guy--because I really truly do. (Of course, then they generally reject me, but that's a whole 'nother story...)

 
At 10/31/2005 12:55 PM, Blogger Kim said...

vj- you gonna tell me u never kept a girl around b/c she had big boobs or she was a good lay?
come on.
i'm so sick of the whole "remember what the feminists did" crap when we girls just act like normal human beings.
(normal human beings= horny mofos who like big schlong or big boobs)

 
At 10/31/2005 5:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't mind 'horny MoFo's. I spoke to that I thought in the end of the bit. And no, I went typically for the fairly normal/average gal and I've been happy ever since. I went for intellect actually. It saves a lot of trouble in the end. I never went for the dim bulb types, big boobs or not. I've got a whole rant on the dray horse vs. race horse analogy too, but I'll spare you.


Kameron over at Brutalwomen blog had the best take on the MoDo rant too. But my comments were just a general observation of some blogs, and of course a pitch for just average guys. 'Cause most of the time, that's what you're dealing with.

But look for it, when someone goes all dreamy and describing their rhapsodic happiness with a guy on a blog, a lot of the time they're going ga-ga over the size of the crank. And like I mentioned this is perfectly natural, but it'll take awhile to discern when the package includes such necessary items like kindness, consideration, intelligence, wisdom etc... Sometimes that's an awfully long time indeed.

I'd also been to a wedding recently that reminded me of this. A good friend's family filled with average looking boys, finally getting married and out of the house. None of the boys are 'handsome' in a traditional sense. They can sing, but tunes only your parents (or Grandparents would know). So I think there's hope for everyone out there, really. I just hope we can over come being distracted from the obvious long enough to manage to hit upon the most likley or fortunate combinations. Cheers & Good Luck, 'VJ'

 

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