The Battle of the Sexes, Part I  

Waterboy711 75M
14 posts
8/16/2005 3:38 am

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The Battle of the Sexes, Part I

You can probably tell that this is an early attempt at posting. You can also probably tell that I was trained as an engineer.

I am somewhat recently released from the asylum and I don’t particularly want to be committed again. So I have come here to take in the meowings and the musings of my fellow escapees. It is my intent to enjoy the perspectives and impressions of others. I hope I can add something positive and worthwhile to the pool of knowledge.

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The Battle of the Sexes, Part I

So far, I have read some insightful writings about The Battle of the Sexes. Here are just a few words from my mind on why “The Battle.”

We all seem to have some driving force that makes us want to couple with someone else. Call it “Mother Nature” or even ascribe the force to some “higher power” such as God. We all seem to be programmed to take on the challenge. And where would we or any other species be without that programming.

The interesting part is that every program is different. Each of us has our own idea of how we want the program to work. Like the parts of a jigsaw puzzle scattered over the surface of a table. Some parts are right side up and some are not. Before you can put the puzzle together the pieces have to be sorted. Turn them all over so the picture side is up. Maybe this puzzle is too complicated to tackle so you put the pieces back into the box and look for another puzzle you think you can handle. Then it comes down to fitting the puzzle together. Somewhere along the way you realize that there are really the parts of two puzzles here. Two puzzles mixed together more than doubles the difficulty of making the pieces fit. And because of the programming, we all keep looking for pieces of the puzzle that go together.

There seem to be some parts that are common to all of the puzzles. We all need, in one way or another, the big ORGASM. The challenge is finding the puzzle parts that get us “off.” And the only abnormality here is NOT looking for those pieces that get us off.

You will have to wait for later posts before I describe the last time I got leied. In Hawaii, of course.


redmustang91 57M  
8599 posts
8/16/2005 7:52 am

The battle of the sexes will never be won so long as the combatants keep fraternizing with the enemy!


Waterboy711 75M
23 posts
8/16/2005 10:12 am

It is true that most things fit together better with proper lubrication. Communication being the lubrication in personal relations. The three "Cs" come into play here: Communicate,Congratulate,Copulate. If every one were fraternizing with the enemy would there be a battle? I am all for fraternizing with the opposite side. (Enemy sounds so harsh.)


KhaosKitty 42F
123 posts
8/21/2005 1:28 am

Mark Twain once said, "An armed society is a polite society." He never specified what that society had to be armed with. I prefer to use my wits. And on occasion, the things that rhyme with them. <evil grin>


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