Men, will they ever ask for Directions  

SpaceRangerNJ 56M
2357 posts
7/27/2006 12:38 pm

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8/1/2006 7:52 am

Men, will they ever ask for Directions

OK, so we all know the stereotype. A man will ride around for hours trying to figure out where they are. All the while claiming they are not lost.

I guess there are a few of us that will ask directions. I will, it's true.

Now of course with all the GPS's out there might be an end to lost men riding around the country.

So I was thinking, after a recent trip to the store, that there is something akin to asking directions that might or might not be another man thing.

I went to buy a new quilt and sheets. When asked if I needed help I said yes, as I often do (although sometimes I feel like "would you just leave me alone"). It can speed things along. They know the store and product line better than I. Or at least I would hope. So that in itself is kinda like asking for directions. In addition, I had her help me put together a good match between the quilt, sheets and pillow cases. I am not the greatest at color matching. OK, but not good.

I'll do the same thing when buying Shirt, pants, tie, belt and shoes. I like working with an expert who does it for a living to make sure I look sharp.

So how many guys do this I wonder. Will they "ask" directions in a store, where to find something or do they have it? Will they use the services of the store to help them?

Just curious.
SR



JuicyBBW1001 56F

7/27/2006 12:48 pm

Hmmm no man that I know would. Hell I have had to draw a map of my body for some and they still couldn't find the right spots to lick or touch (sigh)

Juicy


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 7/27/2006 3:24 pm:
Most men could use a map or at least some feedback from the women we are with to find the spots that work for them. One map fits all probably isn't a good idea. Although there are some basics that should apply to all.
Have you ever seen that Friends episode where Rachel draws a picture and numbers the spots? She then describes which spots to hit to bring a woman to orgasm: 7, 6, 7, 5, 6, 4, 3, 7, 5, 6, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 1, 1, Oh, Oh, Oooooh!

phoenix639 50F

7/27/2006 1:03 pm

I know im not a man but i always ask where things are in a store as i cant stand hunting around for things....im one of the few women who doesnt like shopping.

Only thing is as soon as i ask where 'blah blah' is i notice it right in front of me.

Ive actually said in reply to one member of staff when it was pointed out to me that i was looking at it, that i was just testing their knowledge of the store & im from head office....keep up the good work. Then walked out trying to look important.

Doesnt work...im sure they think ive escaped from the local asylum.


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 8/1/2006 7:55 am:
Hi Phoenix. Yeah, I can be right in front of something and not see it as well. Fully admit to it.
I don't like to waist time either which is why I ask. And it's fun just to interact and have a conversations with someone. Gives me a chance to make them smile.
I have to be in the right mood to shop.

JazzDlight 61F

7/27/2006 6:04 pm

nope never met one yet that would ask lol


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 8/1/2006 7:56 am:
Well now ya know one who will ask directions.
Not a typical man I guess.

Whispersoftly5 53F
15176 posts
7/29/2006 1:45 am

LOL! I would think men would ask for help all the time in stores. If they've women assisting them it's a terrific opportunity for some fun flirting maybe! At least that's how I view it when men are helping me!

Whisper...


SpaceRangerNJ replies on 8/1/2006 7:58 am:
Would you like some help? May I be of assistance? What may I show you today?
Yes, it's certainly fun to get help in a store from a bright, cheerful, sexy lady. A little flirting or at least some laughter and the possibility to make someone smile.

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