- 2014-10-15 at 8:30 PM#4930
@jambear – I am a firm believer in the fact that this is a male trait. Sure, I know plenty of men who are messy.. but they are only messy to a certain “point.” Women seem to be able to a destroy a bathroom with fake eyelashes and curling irons, but the men I have known draw a line at a certain point. We p~~~ one too many times on the toilet seat and say “yup, time to clean.” Women…? No.. She will continue to create a mess until she HAS SOMEONE TO IMPRESS.
This is an extremely important difference within the characteristics of men and women. As men, and I am sure there are exceptions, we reach a specific point where a mess is literally “irritating,” giving us a need to clean or tidy up.
Women on the other hand, in my experience, are very rarely “neat.” Neatness is a result of what needs to happen to get male attention. Women know that the association between them and their room covered in dirty clothes is direct representation on her as a PHYSICAL being. They simply “tidy up” to put on their best representation of who they believe a man wants to see… This is all in an effort to trap men into believing that they are exactly what they want.
Men are always derived to be the “messy” sex. I completely disagree.. Living alone, I am more tidy, sanitary, and organized than I have EVER been with a woman (and that includes when the woman “helped”) Once she gets the key to your place, she has no incentive to continue her act. She will go back to her ways of taking selfies with a room full of clothes on the ground (Fellas, you’ve seen this on Instagram)2014-11-11 at 3:30 PM#7434
Truer words never spoken,had a buddy who owned a cleaning company & he said the womin’s washrooms by far were the worst.One of his cleaners even told him she overheard a chick laughing about throwing her bloody tampon on the floor cause she knew a guy usually came in to clean.Pigs
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