I saw a magazine article the other day calling men, “raffish” people. It made me a little angry to say the least.
What’s wrong with being “raffish”, a bit of a jack the lad? I think if us men were more raffish there would be better family life and less divorce. What would ensure a happy marriage?
I think a husband and wife would get on like a “house a fire” if the men would say to their wives:
“Honey, you have great legs and a great bottom!”
My long lost cousin agrees with me, wholeheartedly.
It’s very strange that men talk about other men’s wives, how they have fine legs and bottoms, also airline stewardesses, waitresses, well, you get the idea. They compliment many females who aren’t their wives.
When talking to their wives, it’s usually:
“Don’t forget to take the car in for service.”
“While you’re up, get me a beer.”
“What’s for dinner?”
With remarks like that, women start to lose their identities!
At a party, I was at recently, a husband said to his wife:
“I’ll have one more cocktail for the road. You drive.”
Instead, he should have said:
“Have you folks noticed that my wife has great legs and a great ass?”
Believe me, your wife would be absolutely delighted, and maybe a little surprised.
Now, I know a lot of men will say:
“I can’t say things like that about my wife, it would be too embarrassing.”
Well, if that’s the way they feel, they will probably, someday, hear their wife say to them: