From ball-scratching to tube socks, straight women often have to contend with a mountain of manliness. Dating men exposes you to things that no one can prepare you for.
I remember my first experience with skid marks like it was yesterday. It was the morning after a hot rendezvous, and I was collecting our strewn-about clothes from my floor, when suddenly there it was. I’d heard gossip of this condition, but I always assumed it was a myth, like Bigfoot.
I’m still confused by it. Have men not been taught how to use toilet paper correctly?
I’ve made many a comment to men about their less-than-appealing habits, but it never seems to sink in. This gave me an idea: Men always respond better to visual cues than verbal ones, right? So what if we, as women, found ways to demonstrate to men what they do that drive us crazy, but in a way that’s guaranteed to hold their attention.
No man wants to hear a woman nag, but I have a feeling you’ll be interested in hearing about my pet peeves.