12-10-2012, 05:18 PM
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Myrtle Beach
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This was originally posted by a BS over on MB. I don't think he would mind at all me posting it here. Sure needs to be here.
Credit to chrisner....
Originally Posted by chrisner
It’s interesting how many men react to their wife’s adultery with such trepidation and fear. They simple don’t understand the dire emergency and threat adultery is to their marriage. It’s always about the fear of their wife. Fear of her anger. Fear of “pushing her further away”. Fear of losing their precious adultery stained marriage and perhaps if they do nothing it will all go away and maybe they won’t even get a disease.
In other critical situations most men will act quickly and decisively. A sort of intuitive understanding to “assault the ambush” mentality. Don’t hide behind a stump until they pick you off. Charge! Hey, they might get you anyway but at least you have a chance. Right?
For example you are up in Alaska and suddenly are confronted by a Kodiak bear. And he’s hungry. This also qualifies as a dire emergency and threat.
Fortunately you are carrying a .300 ultra magnum caliber Remington Model 700 BDL rifle with a 26 inch barrel and gloss walnut grips and your collection of trophies from NRA competitions in you den back home indicate you know how to use it.
The 1,400 lb. bear wipes away his drool and charges.
What-ya gonna do Bubba? Negotiate? Hide behind a stump? Not likely.
But when your 125 lb. adulterous wife tells you “If you (fill in the blank with an action that stands up to her adultery), I am going to stomp my feet and put on a super pout!”, you assume your fetal position on the floor of the guest room.
“You’re right honey. I’m sorry. I just don’t want to push you further away. I’ll be in the guest room if you need me for anything as soon as I'm done arranging the flowers I bought you.”
I don’t know guys. This gets embarrassing sometimes.
Where has all the testosterone gone?