ManFAQ Friday: The Search is On!

9 July, 2010 | | 4 Comments

It’s Friday, and that means answer time! For those of you have have commented with questions from previous ManFAQs, thank you. I’m adding yours to the list of questions women have asked about men over the years, and I will answer them all in turn – to continue to demystify the more malodorous gender for those of the gentler. Actual questions, posed by real women, and answered by a REAL man. What could go wrong?

Question:  I have always wondered how is it that when looking for something, men can never seem to find it? Why don’t they actually move other items to look for whatever it is they are seeking? My man did this at least 3 times this weekend!  I would walk over, move 1 piece of paper and there it is!  Shocking!

Answer:  As one of the great imponderables, this has been vexing the gentler gender for ages.  Some ascribe it to “Male Searching Syndrome,” which provides a name but not an answer, and some assume arrogance – the expectation that a man’s needs should be served at every moment in time.  The Bottom Line:  If he can’t find your G-Spot when he’s laying right on top of you, why would you think he can find anything else?

Now you know. Please, feel free to comment with any questions you’d like answered!

  1. Justin says:

    Why would you want to eat Brussels Sprouts and Brown cheese? Julia was high all her life.

    Give me a call or send me some email, I want you to get some wine for me. It must be nice to live in a state that doesn’t treat you like a felon for mail-ordering a bottle of Cabernet. Merlot, well, I guess a case could be made for some sort of fine.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ok, here’s the scenario. A male neighbor has been talking to me for months, and although I thought he was interested I assumed nothing.
    Then one day he said we should talk more, and told me to knock on the door — “I’m always home.” After this I invited him for a Saturday day trip, which he declined. I wasn’t surprised, it would be a long day. BUT he sort of put the burden on me, so I invited him.
    Subsequently he realized that it made more sense to give me his phone number. So one night I called him to see if he wanted to come out to movies with friends. Well it was his birthday so he couldn’t which I understood but he overreacted, expecting me to be mad. I made it clear I wasn’t mad and I’d invite him out one more time. We chatted a bit after that — all on friendly terms. The air was clear.
    The Monday after his birthday weekend, I called to see how his celebration went. He didn’t answer, I didn’t leave a message, and he didn’t call back.
    What’s going on? Did I misread the signals?

  3. admin says:

    I doubt he’s thinking at all. On the Monday following his birthday weekend, you’re assuming that he could even hear the phone over the roar of his throbbing headache. No message from you; he has no idea you called. The chances are good that he’s a schumck regardless, but if he’s moderately cute and reasonably well groomed most of the time, he might be worth one last shot at a call. But make him buy dinner, just for making you call so many times.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hm … thanks. He did call back eventually because his phone told him I called (“missed calls”). But he’s constantly busy and I’m wondering how he intends to work me into a schedule eventually — or if its always going to be phone calls.

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