Bfont Color=redliving Life With Barry Ii Poem by Barry A. Lanier

Bfont Color=redliving Life With Barry Ii

Rating: 4.8

Well, such an interesting week this one.
Having a counseling class with thirteen
women and the topic of discussion was
sex and relationships. I was like a little boy
in the candy store. I couldn't believe these
mostly younger women confessing that a guy
mentioning sex turned them off, yet size and
motion of the ocean mattered, and they all
wanted my opinion. Why, ladies of my age
want to know what is wrong that you are not
bringing up the topic! But, I did validate that which
I already presumed about women both young
and older. Fine, means 'I am right', the discussion
is over, and you need to shut up. Of course when
a woman says 'That's OK' you are in very dangerous
territory. It means she's thinking long and hard about
what your punishment is going to be. When she says
'Nothing', get ready because discussions beginning
with 'Nothing' end in 'Fine'. Non-verbal cues like a
sigh, mean you're an idiot and she's wasting her time
arguing with you about nothing(See Above) . Well, I am
exhausted and these ladies have given me much to
think about. Have I really been thinking about sex daily
for the last 55 years? No wonder I am so tired! See you
next week. Keep the passion flowing, the peas in the pot,
and the ham cooking.

Almedia Knight-Oliver 16 October 2009

An interesting poem about an interesting group-women. It seems you found out that not much has changes in male and female attitudes since the creation story of Adam and Eve.. we can't forget the serpent! Think about how traditional attitudes of gender and sexual relationship arise in the first place. I believe men and women sexual attitudes may be associated with Christianity. Any way, a good writing, keep living your life with Barry II, you'll be fine. a 10+++ in daring to write your experience.

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Meggie Gultiano 27 June 2009

an interesting write.....

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Surya . 24 June 2009

a nice discussion surya

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Sandhya S N 24 June 2009

No comments hahahaha

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yeah, size and motion of the ocean mattered! ! ! ! ! !

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