Re: The Passive Personality Problem Author: Sister Pammy of the Soil
>I don't find men interesting, I find things they find interesting
>interesting, if that makes sense. Look, when I talk with a guy, even a
>deep Pink guy, I can talk about politics, the Metric System, British
>sitcoms* or anything else. Chicks, most of the time, start to talk
>about the intricate dating/dumping scene. I have NO CLUE who hates whom
>and why. I really don't know. I can never keep things like this
>straight, but ask them "Hey, how about we get Chip and Myra and hang up
>these posters in the gym?" and they'll look at you like you're stupid
>and explain in horrific detail how someone said hi to Chip in the hall
>stole an ancient amulet from Myra's grandfather's tomb. Well, nothing
>that interesting, but about that complex.
I know what you mean, how some women assume that because you're also a
female, you are of course interested in discussing douching and
dating, makeup and men. I once nearly ruptured a gusset trying to get
through a staff meeting where the other two managers launched a
discussion of fingernails and dreams instead of finances. I am MUCH
smarter than I was back then. These days I'd tell them that I dreamed
I hung them both from the ceiling and pulled out their fingernails and
now could we please get back to discussing this month's financial
report before I start looking for the rope.
>Also, introspection. I don't care for introspection at all. I really
>don't like thinking about the Miracle of Life applies to me, how my
>heart keeps beating or potassium/sodium pumps or the entire concept of
>brains or something, for fear that if I think too much about it it'll
>STOP and then I'll be pretty much screwed. Anyway, thinking about one's
>own disposition is creepy like that.
Annnnna, my love, you're a genious not to muddle too much in those
murky waters. People who get all turned inward eventually end up with
their heads up their asses.
>> Well, anyway, women's magazines are interesting because of how they're
>> always talking about men, and "how to understand what a man really
>> wants", and all this stuff, and I always think that's really funny
>> because if you want to know what someone thinks about someone, why
>> don't you ASK them?
How many year's subscriptions of insecurity could you sell with THAT
message, Dave? The product is inhappiness, not happiness, no matter
what the chirpy cover promises. And the marketing tool is confusion,
If most women thought they were FULLY CAPABLE of getting along in the
world, those magazines would be burned for the trash that they are.
The bottom-line reason that many women can be hard to talk to and
appreciate (besides their obvious PINKNESS!!!!!) is that they reek of
fear and insecurity. (I know, I know, most men do too, Random. It's
just that I was taught the female form of insecurity and despise it's