Meme’s like this are everywhere. Most of the most ludicrous ones are those that want marriages to be friendships. You hear it over and over how a man makes overly gushing remarks to his beloved about her being his best friend but lately, I’ve seen it coming from women more and more.
When a man says to this to his woman and/or future spouse he automatically makes a beta mistake. In often cases, he doesn’t realize he’s done so, mostly because our society has trained him to be a thoughtful mangina. This is a display of lower value and men, if you’re reading this now, stop saying stuff like this. It makes you look like a wuss. When a man decides to betroth his supposed beloved, its because he wants to have sex (and lots of it) with this one person. Sex, in a relationship, is truly the glue that binds. If you hear anything else, it’s complete beta tripe.
Women, if you say something insipid like this to your man you are freindzoning your beloved. Stop it. A man already has friends. You are not his friend. You are his wife (or soon to be). How sexy it must be to stay up all night on a sleepover, helping him polish his nails, curling your man’s hair, playing with makeup, or even worse, playing dress-up, and talking the latest gossip from the water cooler. Is this what you truly want? Friendzoning your beloved automatically puts you at risk of being swayed by that real Alpha Wolf because you’ve already lowered your husband’s status in the relationship.
My sleepovers with my wife consist of wearing her ass out. My sleepovers consist of making my wife have to explain why she’s walking funny at work the next day, or telling the kids to make their own breakfast because she stayed up too late and has no energy to move. If this is the type of sleepover you ladies had envisioned with this stupid meme, you really need to rethink your approach. This type of crap is why we have a nation rapidly filling with Hipsters and Metrosexuals. Appealing isn’t it? Ladies, do Hipsters or Metrosexuals give you the tingles? Or merely provide you with a friend to discuss the latest fashion trends or celebrity gossip on the Today Show or in People Magazine?
A real man, when hit with this, will merely laugh and then look you in the eye and say, “You’re so cute when you say that” and goes on with his business. A beta will get all squishy, then start gushing on and on about professed love, and how much they appreciate being your best friend because they can tell you everything including all their deepest secrets, and could you please help him match his scarf with that fedora and rolled up jeans?
A relationship thrives between two people when they both have options but realize what they have together is worth more. It doesn’t come from friendzoning your man.
Ladies, do you really want your man to be your “best friend” or your “Man”, fully capable of protecting you when things get tough and providing for your needs? Think about it when you post stuff like this.
There was a time that I really enjoyed celebrating Father’s Day. For those that know me I’m not into celebrating all things Hallmark but this was one day that I kinda looked forward to more as a chance to reflect on where I’ve been as a Dad and where I was headed. It was a day for me to be a little introspective on how I wanted to continue to raise my son into being a man.
I noticed last year (who knows, this has probably been going on for years) more and more messaging wishing everyone a Happy Father’s Day, including those women who happen to be single without the baby daddy in the picture. As each year progresses, this particular aspect irks me more and more each year. Watching this phenomenon unfold on Facebook is especially irritating as everyone, including beta-ized men, knock themselves out to post something even more aggrandizing to the females out there who don’t have a male in the Father role with their kids. Can you even imagine if a man were to do this in reverse on Mother’s Day? The feminist crap storm that would ensue?
Father’s Day is for Men. Period. If you’re a single Mom, that’s what you are, a Mom. I don’t care what the circumstances are that puts you in that position, nor do I judge. Father’s Day is my day. It’s because I’m a man, fathered a child, and I’m present in his life. I may not be perfect and often make mistakes, but I’m present and I provide.
Honestly, it’s this kind of drivel that continues to force men into being womenized and emasculated. Father’s Day is a day to celebrate the male. If for no other reason than to finally get that new tie for work, a wrench to work on something manly, this should be his day, and his alone. Men already share the other 364 days of the year with a woman or women, so is it really so much to ask for this one little thing?