Far Out. I thought Last week I was slightly Confuzzled.
But this week I appear to have just no clue as to what on earth is going on at all.
I’ve come to the conclusion that you men are seriously on a different planet.
While I was handing out fliers last week at a local pub, I quite happily conversed with whomever wanted to take the time to have a chat, find out about the band I was promoting and also anything else either they or I had to say that was interesting to talk about.
I got talking to three guys who were very funny, amusing and chatty. Their ages varied from 24 – 32 and from what I could gather they were all very good mates.
We came to a point of discussing from their point of view, “Why do women make it difficult for men to ask them out or even give them a look in.”
My reply was this.
From a woman’s point of view you are not necessarily the reason why they won’t give you their number or go out with you. Most women have totally good reasons for saying “No.”
These could consist of the following:
- They have a Boyfriend
- They are Married
- They have a Girlfriend
- They have just come out of a rather traumatic relationship and a man is the last thing they need right now.
- They are out on a girls night where they just aren’t entering the idea of wanting to talk to men, and that’s any men not just you. (And no, this does not make said women a lesbian)
Mainly, the only reason they are going to say “No”, to you because its you, is due to either the fact you forgot that the mullet went out of fashion decades ago or you think that B.O. is a newly branded format of Aftershave that is socially acceptable.
Generally women are super flattered if a guy takes the time to talk to her, ask for her number and then follow-up by taking her out. When I say taking her out I don’t mean a call “Yo! I’m at the pub with a group of mates, Wanna Hang?” You will get a no. This is an unacceptable first date format.
My biggest Bug bear about Men and their attempt to “Date” Women are those that let the side down, the ones who talk the talk, but can’t walk the walk, All talk and No action seems to play a big part these days – well this is what my current experiences have had to endure.
Guys, don’t ask a girl for her number if you have absolutely no intention of calling her. Or don’t ask for it, make contact and then fizzle out after a week because you are a lazy arse and can’t be bothered in following through with your first intentions. This is just super uncool.
By doing the above you are actually giving the Brotherhood of Man a bad name. It means us lady folk will be more protective of giving out our didgets because we will just assume that you all will NEVER CALL us back.
Also DO NOT SEND TEXT MESSAGES !
Be chivalrous, call the woman. If I get a call from a guy this is good news. It means he actually wants to talk to me and take the time out from whatever he is doing to give me the undivided attention that a phone call ensues.
Seriously a text message, this requires no effort or thought and as far as I know you could be sending it from the crapper.
Enough about me telling boys about what they should and shouldnt be doing , I actually jumped on here today to give you the lowdown about what happened with the dates
So on that basis, I can now tell you this.
Mr Pilot – Has had no contact in a week. But I’m down with that, I always said if it happens it happens. Even if I am slightly disappointed that I didn’t get to join the Mile High Club
Mr High School – He has seemingly disappeared off the face of the Earth, After having contact just about everyday, I haven’t heard from him in a week.
Mr 22. – Ah, Yes forgot to tell you about this one – Lets just say when I met him by no means did he look 22. (This for reference DOES NOT make me a Cougar). I placed him as a Black Book entry in my phone. Unfortunately he’s doesn’t get the idea that this whole Black Book entry thingymajig means ‘You don’t contact me EVERY DAY.’ And before you accuse me of being like some of the male species out there, he knew what the story was to begin with. Now he has turned into a bit of a puppy dog.
But hey, It’s a new weekend, I’m headed to my Favourite drinking establishment this evening you never know what will happen .