Apr 24, 2007

Wiwille makes not so poignant observations.

I was browsing through some of the people I have listed as friends on my MySpace page and noticed some trends. One thing that really stood out for me was this 'recipe for love' nonsense, where some girl will dissect a man traits into measurable quantities as one would use when baking a cake. Oh and the girls have 'single' listed on their profile. Imagine that.

I suppose I would be considered a misogynist if my 'recipe for love' included large gravity defying breasts, eyes of Grace Kelly, body of Scarlett, sense of humor of Sarah Silverman, and the culinary skills of the Iron Chef.

No offense to any of these women, but wouldn't the best recipe for love include being desirable to the kind of man that has such qualities? Ladies take a little word of advice from your friend Wiwille. If you really want a guy don't create a useless, graphically challenged MySpace page riddled with ramblings about the perfect guy. Usually a man who's targeting those who seem self esteem challenged will take that as a good sign you'll be an easy lay. Sad but true.

"I was going to get an abortion the other day. I totally wanted an abortion. And it turns out I was just thirsty." - Sarah Silverman


Anonymous said...

Well put. I seem to remember we had the same type of reaction to a guys post about the perfect woman, with some giggles and finger pointing.... Truth of the matter is, these "dream people" don't exist, you just have to find someone who has issues/flaws you can deal with. I wouldn't call myself cynical as much as realistic.


rawbean said...

yea lame girls they are.

good observations. My myspace page is collecting dust thanks to FACEBOOK!