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May 25, 2004

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Moze

I must say, [Poppy’s] on point with…

1. Agreed. Who was “The metro-sexual from Montpellier?”
2. Agreed.
3. Green toenails? Isn’t that a sign that you’d better drop what you’re doing and see a doctor?
4. Agreed.
5. Don't sleep with her until… you’re married. Ah, who am I kidding…?
6. Crotchless underwear… merchandise you can’t buy at Sears...
7. Nah. No way.
8. Agreed, as long as the next question out of your mouth is *not*, “Do you think I’m fat?”
9. Waxing?
10. Men who smell good in public understand the terms in item 3 that aren’t described by the adjective “green,” know that you don’t wear brown shoes after dark, and can respond to the tailor’s question “Do you dress left or right?” Just don’t ask this guy how to get on a horse or start a fire without a match.

Cheers,

Moze

tallglassofmilk

Moze,

I did say I agreed with most and you do point out some I took issue with:

3. Everyone agrees on this. Absolutely no green toenails. Ewww. Pedicures alone aren't enough to classify a man as a metrosexual.
5. Agreed. Your statement, however unrealistic, is ideal.
7. This does have limits.10. I do love a manly cologne... just not too much, and not your grampa's stuff...

Also,
8. Any woman who asks this question [“Do you think I’m fat?”] is either a.) insecure and seeking positive attention; or b.) secure and seeking an opinion. Men should not assume all women are type a. Type a. needs to be handled with kid gloves or tough love. Type b. needs to be respected for getting over being a type a.
9. Not a fan. A little too violent--totally unnecessary pain.

Moze

“Any woman who asks this question [“Do you think I’m fat?”] is either a.) insecure and seeking positive attention; or b.) secure and seeking an opinion. Men should not assume all women are type a. Type a. needs to be handled with kid gloves or tough love. Type b. needs to be respected for getting over being a type a.” -- TGOM

There is a third possibility here (maybe more), but the third, at least, is particularly unkind… The question can be posed in sight of a person who is morbidly obese, with full knowledge that there is no rational comparison…

That’s where my repulsion of that question comes from…

Cheers,

Moze

Moze

[Waxing] "Not a fan. A little too violent--totally unnecessary pain."

To be honest, I've heard of waxing, but never believed people did it until I saw tongue posts, belly button piercings, and unbelievably elaborate tatoos on the small of young female's backs. That dog don't hunt. Er, maybe it does hunt, but not me...

Cheers,

Pat

Cultural differences are such a great thing. Than again some topics are seemingly universal in the essence of the meaning of that word....

SANDALS: big topic in Germany. On one side you have all those computer nerds running around with socks AND sandals! I believe that this is even more disgusting than green toenails. On the other hand you have potbelly-faction of 50 year old mails, who wear sleeveless cotton shirts, nylon gym shorts and some kind of sandals - especially when they travel abroad to Italy or Spain and put you in the one situation when you claim not to be German yourself (but Swiss or Dutch or something like that).

Cultural/language question: whats the meaning of "going dutch on a first date"?

5. That sounds to me more like an American point of view.... but I'll check back with some female friends of mine to get their opinion ( I know my wife thinks different, but that might just be my bad influence).

6. May feel ridiculous, but still does turn us on... so, if you don't want to get it as a present, surprise us.........

7. Not sure about the "always". Hate the answer "oh, how sweet of you, but......."

8. Why should I lie? If she is gorgeous, than she gorgeous. I don't mind my wife either to look at Robby Williams with glancing eyes and humming every tune of him, even though I know I do not even a little bit resemble his good looks and musical talent. I still turn my head after other women and do not expect my wife to get blind through the world when there are so many well-built good-looking guys walking around (well, luckily for me the best looking are usually gay anyway). Her love is the biggest gift, so she does not need to forsake her eyesight.
9. Appreciate the shave, but since there are so many good other products, why should anyone still wax?
10. There is a very fine line between "scent" and "stink", and it can be crossed within a blink of an eye. And certain male perfumes/after shaves are really good I believe. Would love to hear a list of the five worst male parfumes from a woman's point of view.


Moze

Pat... dutch = you pay for your meal, I pay for mine.

Cheers,

Pat

Moze: thanks! Come to think of it, "the Dutch" to have such a reputation of being cheapskates her in Germany, so I should have found out myself. But than again I do not belive too much in national cliches. And being a gentleman I would never let my invetee pay for herself, I am too old fashioned and continental -European for that.

Donna

Right on. No man is sexier than a man's man...

tallglassofmilk

Moze,

I disagree.

[There is a third possibility here (maybe more), but the third, at least, is particularly unkind… The question can be posed in sight of a person who is morbidly obese, with full knowledge that there is no rational comparison…]

Let me suggest to you that any girl who would ask that question at in that situation is type a.

Moze

Yea, you're probably right. There's really no point in making this more complex than it should be. Hell, there's really no point in giving it this much thought...

Cheers,

Moze

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