Puppies, the Silent Cock Blocker

Jul
2012
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posted by on Challenges

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I watched the news some years ago and there was a segment addressed towards women that said the same part of the mind that is satisfied by a boyfriend can also be fulfilled by a puppy or baby.

If you apply that to real life, it makes sense. For today I will focus on the optional baby that I call puppy. Puppies are demanding of your time, they require lots of love and attention and if a person wanted to, they could make their entire routine about taking care of their puppy. For example, I went to a Superbowl Playboy party with Playmates and I mentioned that I wanted to go out for sushi with my guy when I got home. One of the bunnies thought it was a great idea and wanted to do the same thing but with her dog. Her boyfriend energy is being used up on her dog and sometimes it’s hard to recognize that you have a void if you don’t feel the pain from it.

 I’ve had puppies over the years as well. I remember making the decision to get a puppy and I literally said, do I want a puppy or a boyfriend? My girlfriend said, get a puppy because they are more loyal. We were young at the time and whichever I picked had a 50/50 chance of survival. I picked the puppy and I noticed that my little Sunny did make me more niche market. All guys didn’t like my puppy and it made me dislike them. It’s silly to even put yourself in that situation when there are so many substantial questions that should be answered, like is he a nice person, does he have a long lasting career, is he ambitious, does he want to be a husband and it goes on and on. The dog question actually becomes silly in the hierarchy of the important stuff. On the same note, when I decided that I wanted a husband, I got rid of my dog and gave her to a family that needed her. I knew it would take time and I didn’t want to worry about her. If you don’t already own a dog, consider waiting until you are married and then shop for a dog together.

 Dogs live a long time. The reality is that if you get a dog at 20 and plan to get married at 35 that’s great because the dog will be in heaven before you and your husband start your life. But if you get a dog at 28 and it lives for the next 15 years, then you better make sure to find a guy that likes dogs.

 Now, if you chose to date a guy with a dog, that’s fine because he’s niche market which means less competition for you. But for the sake of making yourself more marketable to all men, if you do not own a dog, don’t get one. If you do own a dog, remember it’s a dog, not a baby. It should not be your date and sleep in your bed and take up your boyfriend energy because the first step to solving the boyfriend/husband problem is by admitting that you have one.

 **Tails**

The other reality of women is that in general we aren’t the best disciplinarians of animals and for some men this might raise a red flag that he would not have noticed had your barking, growling, pissing, sniffing, jumping, begging four legged friend not been around. Cats, just avoid them until you are married. Most men don’t like them at all.

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