Maybe I’m the only one, but do any of you guys ever get tired of the stupid dating/relationship lists that get posted every day? “Seven things men wish women knew”, “10 things that can ruin your relationship”, “10 sex tips to spice up your love life”.
Personally, I hate, hate generalizations (irony, anyone?). How is it possible to cover every eventuality, every relationship, every man/woman, in a single statement? Anytime someone writes or says something that’s supposed to encompass the whole range of life experience and personalities my first reaction is to throw the “BULLSHIT!” flag. You’re going to summarize all relationships down into 5 simple list items? BULLSHIT!
This reaction of mine means that whenever I check recent posts on WordPress I have to stretch out my throwing arm and keep the “BULLSHIT!” flags within easy reach.
7 things men wish women knew?
Recently, I received the Liebster Blog Award from Desirious and I’m truly fascinated by the prospect. This award breaks up my normal monotonous life filled with sexcapades and debauchery, so a big thank you to Desirious. If you haven’t checked out her blog, it’s a fun one and you definitely should. Apologies for the delay, Desirious it’s been a really busy week, which I’ll be posting about soon.
I’d like to start with a short acceptance speech.
First off, I’d like to thank my Mother. If she had been a half-way reasonable human being, slightly understanding, mildly accommodating, than I wouldn’t have had to come up with a sense of humor to survive my childhood. I would like to thank my ex-wife for teaching me a mastery in the arts of manipulation. She was so amazing at it that most women seem like amateurs in comparison. Additionally, I would like to thank the inventor of the internet, Al Gore, for providing me this amazing capability to spread my mental illnesses throughout the unsuspecting masses around the world.
I’ve seen bucket lists all over the place the last couple years. They always seemed like an interesting idea but I never really sat down and came up with one of my own.
So, without further ado, my first attempt at a bucket list (in no particular order):
01. Meet Bruce Campbell
02. Visit all 7 Continents
03. Start my own Religion.
04. Write at least one Novel.
05. Save enough money to pay for my daughter’s college.
06. Road trip from Panama all the way up to Alaska (preferably by motorcycle).
07. Take a trip down the Amazon.
08. Go on a photo safari in Africa.
09. Visit the pyramids and other wonders of the world.
10. Drunkenly stumble into a cheerleader sleepover. Continue reading