an average girl with a great pornstar name
Smiles for a Monday morning! The elevator!!! Awesome!
NEVER do I watch youtube videos that long, but I'm glad I did. So much fun. Every time I'm in an elevator now I'm going to hope it's an "intelevator"! :)
Elevator.!!!!!! So funny. Sat here by myself and laughed out loud. So clever.
I did too! It made my day.
i wish i had a few boxes in my head.. all the wires make me tired.
I thought of the last part of that blurb as a challenge. I tried my darndest to think of NOTHING, but I it was impossible. The part about everything being connected and that we never forget is so true...that's me to a T.
The dog one is just cuteness cubed. Did you notice at some point they will look directly into the eyes of the guy and know instantly it's a game.The elevator one is a bit cruel, fun, but cruel.Men tend to frame things as a problem. We cannot help it. The typical scenario of a woman telling her man, via hints, that the shelf needs fixing. The door of the cupboard is hanging ajar. While problems, aren't men's problems. He, or I could hit my head on the door and all I'd do is curse AND then close it. Will he fix it, no. On the other hand if something needs a plug or a fuse we're on it even if we shouldn't go near it with a 10 ft barge pole. Fire has a disturbing fascination, especially if it could be out of control, ergo BBQs and lighting open fires. In sickness, we've a moany bitchy bag of neediness. Why, we cannot solve it. Of course the quicker of you girls, and most of you are fast enough, put our problem solving inclination to good use :-).And oh, we just love protecting 'our' women from savage beasties, but the hottest thing ever is when our women go feral and beat the (insert hated dreadful beast) to a squishy death.
At the end of the dog video there was a link where he showed how he did it (minus the "magic"). So I tried it with Rigby. I could hardly contain my giggling as I watched her look for it. At that point, she definitely knew it was some sort of game. The looks of wonder on their faces just melted my heart.Oh yes, I'm fully versed in the man-cold. There is surely a man-child thing going on there when you all are sick. :)We girls are supposed to say, "but we don't need protecting!". Even so, I think it's nice that the wanting to is there. I don't like having to capture lizards and other wild animals.The heat and lack of water over the last couple of weeks has caused an influx of beasts coming inside my house. I finally broke down and hired a pest control service. Boy was I glad to see that guy come in and spray his poison all over my house and backyard. Ick!
I must try that with Jess. I'd not seen the link.I suppose the little beasties are in to escape the drying heat and wind.If a guy doesn't instinctively walk on the traffic side of you or want to sleep on the door side of a bed. Nevermind the door-opening politeness thing or pulling out your chair at a restaurant. And you should certainly forget helping you out of a car even with a cast on your leg. But the street thing is utterly instinct and if it doesn't happen most of the time there really is something very very wrong.
Oh sheesh, that's a lot of requirements! I don't think we make them like that here...there are a few vague memories of door politeness. :) But the bed and street? (sigh)Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ADnyjJZZo8