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18 February 2009

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Pete

CG,
This reminded me of this article http://ezinearticles.com/?Understanding-Men---Treat-Your-Man-Like-A-Dog-And-Get-Undying-Devotion&id=187599.
I have both cats and dogs.
Pete

chelsea g.

Oh, dear.

I probably should have written something about how I don't mean in the "train them up" kind of way. It's not a literal thing. I don't believe in "training" men, or "finding your breed" of man, or "paper-training" your guy. I think that kind of man-management self-help dog-manual stuff is a pile of puppy widdle.

I'm really taking this concept in a more metaphoric, linguistically laden, and culture value kind of way, you know?

kissykiss,
chelsea g.

Elm City Tree

Ah, you like hirsute men. This explains, well nothing really but is interesting none the less.

chelsea g.

Actually, I don't. Which given that you know me in a completely platonic manner you might remember. Or not.

Either a dude should be fully furred like our friend Jo-Jo or Chewie, or he should be denuded as an ash tree. Or elm. Whatever.

kissykiss,
chelsea g.

Karl Elvis MacRae

I think what she wants is men who are hirsute only when the moon is full. Otherwise there's WAY too much shedding. B^)

CJ

Yummy... furry, wet tongued & eaqer..men. Wish they were easier to find... *sigh* I listen to my 30-something girlfriends( I'm 45) talk about "training" their men- and then I listen to them complain a few months later about how their man has "changed " and is no longer the man they admired before.Yeah- he changed to try & make you happy, sister- and you ruined him..hooray for sloppy, kissy, hot non- housebroken real men.. wherever they may be!

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