Who would you pick? The sleek guy or the grouch….

The sleek guy:

He is handsome, smart and chivalrous.

This guy manages to impress everybody, including and especially your parents.

He is kind and gentle, while being authoritative and commanding.

He is or potentially is, the head of a company, firm or a professor.

He is a great conversationalist and well read, everything he talks about is interesting.

When he is with you, he pays attention to everything you say.

He is thoughtful, remembers your birthday, and buys you touching presents for every possible occasion.

He has perfect manners and makes you comfortable wherever you go.

He never forgets to compliment you and your accessories.

When he isn’t doing that, he is concerned about your well being, ”You look tired today baby, didn’t you sleep well last night?”

He sends you sentimental messages, especially in the mornings and never misses the goodnight kiss.

He accompanies you to church and to every function.

When he makes love, it is sensual and slow, just perfect.

He is every woman’s dream and you are envied over and over again.

Well, he has studied the art of attracting women and has practiced his manners.

Having you with him, boosts his self esteem, and keeps his fragile ego floating.

He has experience with women and therefore knows just the right thing to say.

Especially when he has done something wrong!

He is always planning his next move, to get from you what he wants.

And while he appears to be attentively listening to you, his mind may have been on any other woman on earth.

 

The grouch:

He is lazy, grumpy, forgetful and frequently sports a stubble.

Is frequently found in front of the TV or in bed (especially when it’s time to go to work)

He tends to have strong opinions on politics, the church and the world.

His conversations are mostly about cars or cell phones.

He doesn’t need to impress anyone, because he knows who he is, his clothes show.

His mother didn’t teach him chivalry, so you had to do it, and among the basic manners, opening the door for you was last on the list.

He sends you corny forwards or sexist jokes.

All your friends wonder why you put up with this guy.

He is however hopelessly in love with you and his aim in life to make you happy.

He is frustrated all the time because he just can’t understand you though he is trying :).

When you’re gone for just an hour, he feels completely lost, but doesn’t tell you that.

He thinks about you all the time and his buddies know all about you.

When he makes love, its wild and passionate, he gives you everything.

He would punch out any guy who even looks at you.

He forgives you even the most serious of mistakes.

If you leave him, that would be the end of him, he knows you are his other half, his life.

 

Who would you pick?

 

 

 

 

P S. If you ever find a pleasant combination of both, consider yourself lucky, that has to be a rare gem!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Who would you pick? The sleek guy or the grouch….

  1. JustMe says:

    This is beyond interesting lol. I’ve had both, and divorced the first because he did more than just think about other women. My pickup-driving, slow talking, tee-shirt wearing, thick southern drawl of a country-boy is infinitely better on so many levels. He gave my heart a home, rather than just providing a nice structure to live in. And, he grows veggies just because I like them.

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  2. I agree completely n would pick type 2 anytime. According to me it’s the heart that matters! Thanks for reading and good to hear from you 🙂

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  3. Julia says:

    Something off here. We are obviously supposed to sympathise with you, dear writer and are obviously led to say number 2. But why? take away the rest of the post after “All your friends wonder why you put up with this guy.” and replace it with say, the dirty dishes in the sink or the beer bottles that he and his buddies leave behind for you to clean up – would you be so happy to agree? or leave it in – and think now of Adam Sandler in any of the many romantic movies he plays- the adorable man child who needs and loves you and needs you to mother him and hold his hand and guide him thought the mess that is life – do you want to mother the man you marry? do you want to be the one who picks up the mess every single time? “He is however hopelessly in love with you and his aim in life to make you happy. He is frustrated all the time because he just can’t understand you though he is trying:).and If you leave him, that would be the end of him, he knows you are his other half, his life.” fit perfectly well with the scenario just described. The title of your post might have been better off as the sleek guy or the man-child.
    Beautiful blog, by the way – lovely reading.

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    • Hi Julia, thank you for sharing your thoughts, it made me think. The point here is probably not which guy is better, but that just like in everything else in life, we choose the lens through which we look at situations or people. It’s completely upto us whether we put the nice paragraph first and the things that we don’t like later or vice versa. And that choice depends on who we are more than who the other person is. And that’s fine!

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