Lighting the Match  

rm_silkditty 66F
12408 posts
5/12/2006 1:26 pm
Lighting the Match

The world is divided into two kinds of people:

those who like incense and tinkling fountains

and those who don't

After some preliminary, sloppy, and essentially meaningless research, I have concluded that women like incense and tinkling fountains, and heterosexual men don't. Gay men tend to side with the girls.

But, while girls will willingly light a match and fire up the incense, boys will willingly light a match and fire up their ass after they've farted.

This came to light in a previous post, wherein (once again) preliminary research leads me to believe that there is not a girl on this earth who has ever lit a match to her bum after she's pooted.

Any contributory stories related to this research are greatly appreciated.

dankos2069 55M

5/12/2006 9:41 pm

well, not one woman that would admit to it anyway. At a certain age, when you realize your innards can be damaged, its not such a great idea. I think we had a sorority, if I recall a very haughty sorority, which appealed to me at the time, used to do it as part of their pledging ritual. They also used to force their pledges to come over to our house at dinner and read a Penthouse forum while eating a banana.

Drofpussology4u 59M  
4843 posts
5/13/2006 11:09 am

I am not uncouth and I am very hetero. I am a penetraytor not a pentraytee! I have fountains, incense, candles, fire place, good towels and everyday towels, a clean home and I can cook, wash clothes, work on cars and I have a garden. I read books, help kids in my neighborhood, do volunteer work for kids in schools and I am a mentor. I have also served in six warships and completed eleven combat deployments in every war since Vietnam including Bosnia, Panama, Tel Aviv, North Arabian Sea, Lebanon and Libya. Never and always are not good words. I have learned that if there is someone who will, there is someone that won't. It is the law of nature. There is up and down, black and white, cold and hot. I consider myself a tough, cultured, sensitive, caring, strong, sensual well educated, multi-facited human being.

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Drofpussology4u 59M  
4843 posts
5/14/2006 4:09 am

    Quoting rm_silkditty:
    Tally up one for the heterosexual guys! My research efforts are paying off. Glad to hear you like the fountains and the incense.

    "never and always are not good words" I agree, except it's fun to exaggerate for purposes of flippant foolishness.
A lot of "flippant foolishness" occurs across many lines. I witness the media, women, emasculating and dehumanizing men consistantly. I have stood with women against discrimination, with gays and lesbians against discrimination yet, it seems like it is open season against men. It is ok to depict us as ignorant fart lighting fools and dumb insensitive neantherthals. A lot of my female friends have described me as "metro" because I use lotion, and keep myself well groomed. So be it. I happen to realize that strong people have the capability to go through pain and not around it. I have an understanding of the intrinsic nature of emotional maturity, respect and human dignity. While I understand the flippant nature of such comments, a part of it saddens me deeply that the void between very good people is buttressed by needs to display such stereotypical remarks. There are a lot of good men out here and a lot of good women too. I have known women who fart in the bathtub and turn around to bite the bubble. I do know that all women don't do this.

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