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Re: Do you really know and trust your boat?
I always find comparisons between inanimate objects and women to be, well, inane.
Let's consider how the world would be if women were actually like sailboats.
- Many men and boys would try dating once and then give up after finding it too confusing.
- Some boys would date or even be married when younger but most of these would never have another date after the age of 15.
- Only 1 out of 1,000 men would actually have a wife.
- Most of the husbands would only interact with their wives on the weekend and even during this time most would still spend the nights separately.
- A significant fraction of these husbands would be unable to interact with their wives without having one or two friends come along.
- Wives who had to live in separate locations would be more highly valued.
- Wives requiring more expensive shoes, clothes, jewelry, and a separate place to live would be more highly valued.
- Larger and heavier wives would be more highly valued.
- Men would not care how difficult or dangerous their wives were as long as the marriage cost more.
- A man in an expensive, dangerous marriage whose large and heavy wife lived in a separate location and whom he rarely interacted with and had to take friends along when he did would insist that he was a true husband and had a very good wife.
- Others would insist that a marriage was solely for the purpose of entering dating contests.
- Men who had inexpensive, safe, petite wives whom they interacted with daily and who lived at the same location would be looked down upon and considered merely casual husbands.
- Others would insist that a petite wife who did not participate in dating contests had no value.
- Women who had been previously married even multiple times would still be valued.
- Men would openly admit that they did not know anything about dating, marriage, or women and that they needed to take classes.