People should just be obvious. Graphic by Marie Stovall.
Has it ever occurred to anyone out there that the notion of being obvious is just ridiculous and immature? It
I can’t even count the number of sweeping generalizations in this article. Let’s see: Males only frequent bars for sex, are incapable of handling complex social interactions, and only take care of their appearance for purposes of sex (nobody goes to the gym for purposes of health, right?); females (excuse me, “chicks”) appear irrational and cannot be understood by males, enjoy causing emotional turmoil, and are probably inherently materialistic (see the “new car” bit). Did I leave anything out?
I wanted to spend some time explaining that many people find wit, intelligence, and good conversation attractive; or that most of us enjoy social interactions; or that this column makes the assumption that everyone is heterosexual; but I get the feeling that these arguments would be a waste of time.
I’ll tell you what: Go try out this strategy of yours. Let us know how it goes in your next column. If it’s such a great idea, it should work for you, right?
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