They say some things are better left unsaid. however, for the sake of laughter...
Yesterdays missive had a few people laugh and me inventing new product ideas like, chocolate covered Midol cereal, ibuprofen red wine cocktails, and a new classification of wearable technology that would monitor hormone levels on the fly to allow for hardened defensive shields to overlap the male wearer when his female partner is in heavy menstruation or menopause.
Do gay couples have similar issues each month?
The other part of confusion with men and PMS is that we are easily confused. Two days ago my wife resembled a lion that hadn’t eaten or slept in a few weeks. Last night, I had the equivalent of a kitten that to her credit, figured out a way to get a several hour foot, hand and head massage.
It is funny with fear of a PMS woman. “You want a 12 hour massage? No problem. Don’t be silly, all the work and tasks the needed to be done are not as important as you not biting my neck and severing my jugular and wondering why i am a smidgen annoyed!"
I am thankful that this even happened this week and not next week when a full moon would arise. The additional change in gravitational fields might have had me move into the garden house to grill my meals and sleep.
As a side note, I am still an idiot, after I made the bed and cleaned up the breakfast dishes, I didn’t put the small honey spoon in the right spot in the dishwasher.
I bit my tongue and thought, “blame it on her hormones and her inability to see what she is acting like.”
A few of you sent some hilarious notes about PMS and menopause issues with people you all know. “She was such a nice lady all the time…but for 3 days here kids would run over terrified as to what alien space race had abducted their mother.”
I was going to put up more images of the walk from that little town, there are some nice images, but in a world of so many images, who really looks or cares. In many ways, the images are just cool for me to be able to take and have a sort of memory of the moment for me. What I did learn is how amazingly easy night photography has become. Little to no talent needed. Just read the manual and push the right buttons.
The images that I did love the most were the mega long time exposures. Before it gets too cold I want to go back to a movie theater and few other spots in town and just do what I used to. Take the camera, sit by myself in stillness and have super long time exposures. The images have a haunting beauty about them.
I still giggle that people think in darkness you are taking a photo of them. “No folks, all you might appear like in the image is a faint ghostly streak of light at best.”
This image had me balancing on a garbage can or a light post to get this image. It is simply a kabob shop. It was after the game, late, I saw one customer inside and the owner was reading something very intently, not moving.
“I bet I can get a decent time exposure of him!” Or was it, “dang, a kabob shop! Yum! Take photo!”
As you can see, men are really quite simple. I thank god I don’t have to go through PMS.
Now a part of me wants to brainstorm a new Augmanity product – the PMS early warning system for men.