Silly girls! =)
I might point out one big difference – nobody ever asks if you’ve got protection before you kiss them!
“I’m sorry, I only practice safe kissing. Let me pull out my Amway plastic wrap to put between our faces…”]]>
Here’s how I see it: Mormon guys enjoy kissing Mormon girls (and vice-versa). Non-Mormon guys enjoy having sex with non-Mormon girls (and vice-versa). And there are a lot of parallels between the two.
This is now two comments you’ve made without actually citing examples. I think we have tough enough skin to take it (even if we have too thick of skulls to understand it). I just hope it’s not all based on my usage of the term “hot chick”, that would just be silly.
I didn’t know you could patent such a thing, that’s awesome! We used to always make fun of my sister about her “Angie Sigh”, maybe she should patent it, market it and make millions :)
Lisa, you get my patented eye roll. It’s the same one that my mom gets when she tells me that the pee-eye-ess-ess word is a cuss word. How does it feel? That’s what I thought.
But seriously, rather than indict a whole thread of folks, some of whom have not expressed any sentiment that even you could consider sexist, I think it’s best to cite specific examples if you have complaints. That way people can defend themselves against your charges, or just roll their eyes as they see fit.]]>
Don’t worry about it:) I’ve wondered the same things but that’s just the way things are, I suppose. Like I said, the pizza thing was just a ting my apartment did. As for the ice cream, girls are the ones who I assume came up with it and are perpetuating it, so they’re being sexist to themselves! Being a guy, I find that funny but I can understand why that would make more rational people like you that much more upset. Sorry!
Anyway, like I said, I’m still a lame single guy who’s only kissed one girl (I didn’t even get to make-out with her which is a difference that hasn’t been discussed yet here)
I’m now in the clutches of my sad angry feminist. I guess I was hoping that it was at least self-aware light-hearted rampant sexism. And it just makes me tired and sad and disappointed that even now, that I’ve ruined all the fun (sorry about that) you still don’t see it, but rather get defensive. What’s a gal to do?
I don’t have the energy to parse out all the many rampant sexisms right now. But if you sincerely want me to help you see how I see (that does sound condesending, but I can’t think of how else to word it)(you’re also welcome to help me see how you see), I’ll do it in the near future. If you’d rather just drop it that’s okay too. Just let me know.]]>
Is that what you meant, Lisa? Am I off base?
Of course, the absolute absurdity of it all is what makes it quite silly and humorous.]]>
Just wanted to make sure.]]>