Monday, 31 August 2009
so true post on Just a Guy Thing. The article boils down to this:
"America boasts about 150 million men. That’s 150 million flavors of American pervert. As men, we’re like pervy snowflakes, each featuring a dirty pornographic desire with which to scratch a unique itch of orgasm. Like one snowflake to the next, we don’t realize how truly different we are. While we all have some affinity for the Jenna Jameson-type (big fake-jugged, bleached blonde,) we need to realize how truly special our tastes are."
Which is ironic considering how many posts we've had about Megan Fox on Mancouch (Ed's note: We cut back on these a while ago based on reader feedback...). Sure she fits the stereotypical 'hot girl' image. But not everyone thinks she is hot (judging by all the posts floating around the edit and vote tabs that haven't been posted on Mancouch yet). Yet the moment someone comes out and says "I.. kinda prefer Emma Watson to Megan Fox..." others are quick to attack: "WTF is wrong with you!"If I need to point out which one is which, then you probably don't belong on Mancouch.
It's like we don't realize just how different men's tastes are in girls, movie stars, and porn stars. Men ARE all different, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Or maybe we're afraid of being labeled as being different. Maybe you're afraid that when you share that you secretly love Miley Cyrus, people will assume you're a pedophile and get off on little girls.
As Caleb Bacon says in the Just a Guy Thing article...
"Guys, if you want to be Gentlemen, keep your favorite pornstars a secret! That is, unless you want to unknowingly reveal that you get jiggy with yourself to leather-clad Middle Eastern midgets on tricycles.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that."
You will never look at a tricycle the same way again.Hmmm.
To share or not to share?