Dino and Stacy

GUYS!!! STOP IT. STOP IT NOW!

      If this is true, then gentlemen- your MAN CARD please.  A new survey says that men now take longer to get ready than women.  75 minutes as opposed to the average woman who now takes 70 minutes.  When did men become this high maintenance?

     According to the survey it breaks down like this:

42% of men surveyed use a hair dryer.  C’mon guys.  A towel, some gel and your done.

88% of men do some serious manscaping at least once a week.  To each his own, I guess.

Okay, this one bothers me.  98% of the men surveyed plan their “outfits” in advance.  First of all- why are you calling them “outfits?”  Secondly, are you telling me that you’re really putting that much thought into a shirt on Monday that you have no intentions of wearing till Friday?  You iron your jeans too, don’t you?

     It’s no secret that I’m a tad bit old school when it comes to my thinking, but here’s how its supposed to go.  Women are supposed to take longer than men to get ready.  YOU, as the man are supposed to be ready long before her, and then wait impatiently on the couch, channel surfing at approximately 5 shows every 6 seconds, while looking at your watch (yeah, that’s right, I said a “watch”) and from time to time exhaling a heavy sigh that she can almost hear but not quite.  Otherwise, when you’re late for dinner with friends and have to explain “why” do you really want your significant other to say- “Sorry we’re late.  Brad couldn’t pick out a “top” he liked for tonight.”  Gentlemen.  Get it together.  And I don’t mean your ensemble.

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