Also, there's pretty much nothing that will make the bright blue fire-retardant, insulated coveralls with the yellow reflective stripes sexy. The only fun part of those is helping to unzip them and peel them off.
Great way to capture some of the jarring reality of the "red pill" awakening. Super post.
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.
Also, he does know how to ride, brand cattle, and all that. He's the kind of old school manly man who can fix the truck and clean up nice to take his girl out dancing (we do ballroom).
I wish more men would realize that learning to be a good dancer is manly and damn sexy. Somewhere along the way, dudes around here got the idea that only sissies dance or something. It's bizarre. Even at the country bars, it's tough to find guys who will do a basic two-step.
And as I said, the fun bit of the coveralls is unzipping them...sadly, there's a couple more layers to go before you actually get to skin. Working outside all day in -20C with a windchill requires a fair bit of clothing. It does build up the anticipation, I suppose.
Worse than the sissy thing is "only gay guys can dance." There is SUCH a difference between the way a gay man dances and the way a straight man dances. And it's the straight ones that make me weak in the knees! (I miss my dance partner!)
Hmph. Thanks for ruining my hot-firefighter-calendar-esque fantasy there, with that dose of reality
And yes, while I love going dancing with some of my gay male friends, there's definitely a difference. My partner's not really a club-type dancer and seems self-conscious on a normal dance floor, but when it comes to partner dancing, he's a great lead and has a very nice frame, and he's usually in demand as a partner. I think it's because he says that in ballroom, for the guy it's mostly about showing off the woman and making her look good. Normal club-style dancing is more about showing off yourself.