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He’ll Change. He Promised He’ll Change.

 

Dale Morse Photo Session by LeslieAnn
Photomontage of Dale’s First Fashion Photo Shoot on Wednesday — Photos by LeslieAnn

“He’ll Change”, women say about their boyfriend or husband, they all tell me that he promised to change, and even enrolled in a therapy group, but they don’t change — they never do. They never have to find continual accommodation to the spoken and unspoken demands of their “life partner”, although relationships these days seldom run into anywhere like “life”.

Women change readily and rapidly, from lover to lover, adjusting to every whim and mood of a new boyfriend, and they have no problem doing so, but they can’t easily end a relationship.

A woman can learn to serve just about any man, and most women are more than willing to be a Man Pleaser, but as pleasing as you might be, the guy eventually tires of you, generally during the first minute of contact. Man-Pleasing is an easy way to earn a living, and if you can keep it up (joke intended) you can maintain The Nest at least until the kids leave home.

Woman all know that after that first smashing boiling ripping roiling minute of “First Contact”, things roll downhill, entropy sets in, and the relationship goes numb. You have to constantly remind the man that he’s in a relationship, and it’s a constant battle between you and the hundreds of younger women he encounters every day.

If you want to maintain Peace In The Household, you’re going to teach yourself to overlook certain things, like the smell of perfume on his shorts, or the stubborn stain on the fly of his pants.

The only thing keeping most relationships going is the cost of lawyers and the threat of joint custody. Continue reading

Mawwiage is a Sacwed Institution

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After more than a year of wondering from which film the quote came that I used in the Prosperity Ashram Wedding Chapel (Our Lady of Perpetual Motion) I am told that it came from the Princess Bride, 1987 — a few choice scenes, otherwise petty romantic nonsense, the kind Snow Bunnies like.

You probably can’t read the sign from here, so I’ll set the words down here for you, spoken by Peter Cook as the “Impressive Clergyman” at the wedding of Prince Rupert and Goldilocks or whatever. I’ll never forget what’s-her-name. Continue reading