Speaking of sex, posting this little item isn’t going to get me any:
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I think when you’re married, the more polite term “henpecked” is applicable.
Say, isn’t that also published as “Metrosexual Monthly”?
Stephen Green likes it – well, a little. (But he probably won’t get any tonight!)…
Is this why we are regaled with your ever more impressive activities on behalf of the fair Melissa, without ever reading of her equally ambitious efforts in pleasing you?
Of course, should said efforts be of a highly personal nature, let’s leave sleeping dogs lie and not go there! Ever!
Thanks for the link earlier! That fake is hysterical! Hmmm… the “whipped” blog – now that might get some traffic.
TO: Stephen Green
“THE MAGAZINE FOR MEN WHO DON’T MAKDE THE DECISIONS”
We don need no steenking decessons.
[Justice: What comes down from the bench when the decision is in your favor.]
Ahhh, I see she’s training you properly.
Good for her!
Wait until your 5th year.
You must have taken off the fake cover that’s supplied with every issue, in this case the reproduction from TRUE magazine of July 1965.
“What’s that honey? Oh just an old magazine I found in the garage. Here, I’ll toss it . . . ”
Great idea, but my wife would never let me subscribe…
yeah, just getting around to it
i want to blog about Burbank but i’m too tired. last week from well, the con, and today from the damned tryptophan. stupid mutant turkey. so i’ll leave you with this hugely entertaining and completely wrong magazine cover courtesy of…
So did you find the ring?
Those same articles were in Woman’s Day, June, 1968.
BELTWAY TRAFFIC JAM
The traffic is picking up early, with folks rushing out to beat the holiday rush. These guys are stuck on the Baltimore-Washington Expressway: Kevin Aylward…
I gotta read “Getting out of her family events in the next 36 hours.”
Inspired by David Brooks’ recent screed, I bring you a new magazine for monogamous men: Click on thumbnail for full
Yeah Angie, isn’t that the biggest coup ever? In just 27 years women have almost managed to completely reengineer society without a violent revolution.
I would expect that in another 20 years most men will be home with the kids and doing all the housework. Already at this point my wife doesn’t even know how to iron and hasn’t cleaned a bathroom since we were married.
Putting things in perspective
A week ago, my wife and I left her hometown to return to Beijing. One day while we were there, we stopped by the local river which had frozen over and where the locals were out having a little winter…
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