Who has time to date? I’ll tell you who: men. We always have the time or will make the time to go out with a woman.
No matter how busy our schedule, no matter how many responsibilities, we men are always focused on women. If a woman we like wants to go out with us, we will find a way. That’s kind of the great thing about us; we’re always up for the challenge.
Through a mutual friend, I recently inquired about a certain woman who caught my eye, and the response I got back was: “She says she’s too busy with her career right now and doesn’t have time to date.” The only thing I’m sure about with that statement is that you will never hear it come out of a man’s mouth.
The reason no man ever thinks like this is because “to date” is to have sex and we all know that normal, healthy men want sex — anytime, all the time. If a man dates a woman, he is interested in having sex with her. In fact, if we ask you out, we’re not thinking about whether or not we want to have sex with you — we’ve already decided we want to have sex with you. As for those men who are seeking a relationship through “dating”? Of course, some of us are interested in one. But keep in mind that men enter relationships for two reasons: regular sex and because we like being with you when we’re not having sex.
Back to the question at hand. I keep hearing how women want sex as much as men do, but if they’re not making time to date, then how accurate is that supposition?
My friend explained that sex can easily be obtained via vibrators and self-gratification. At that moment, for the first time in my life, I understood why there’s such a disconnect between men and women when it comes to sex. Women have no clue what sex is. Who knew? Bill Clinton actually thinks like a woman.
Let me explain. Sex is with a partner where two or more bodies connect and bodily fluids are exchanged. Sex is most certainly not a solo endeavor with a foreign object. And that goes for all the men out there who think they might be having “sex” with their Real Doll or Fleshlight. Sorry fellas, that ain’t real sex either.
As for the woman I inquired about dating, logic dictates that she:
B. did not find me attractive
C. thinks masturbating is sex
D. is recovering from a bad relationship.
More likely, it’s a combination of all four possibilities. In any case, if she truly doesn’t want to make the time to get with a man (or woman), I feel sorry for her. Too many people think their life’s happiness revolves around career achievement or financial success, when in fact, the only thing that matters in the end is the one “thing” that makes us glow, inside and out. That thing is a meaningful human connection — with fluids or without.
Simply, if you’re single in Los Angeles and you don’t have time to date, then you don’t have time to live.
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