“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln
Selfless Acts of Kindness
This scenario has happened to virtually every woman at one point in their sexual endeavors:
You climaxed, they didn’t, and now the two of you are lying in bed trying to figure out the smoothest way to transition through this awkward ordeal.
Chances are, if you are the woman in this scenario, you feel guilty that he didn’t get off awhile simultaneously questioning how good you are in bed.
Chances are, if you are a man in this scenario, you might be frustrated you didn’t come but you’re ultimately happy that your girl enjoyed herself.
Plenty of men claim that the only thing that really matters to them regarding intimacy is that their partner gets off. Sweet, right? Completely selfless and thoughtful, right?
Well, it turns out if your man insists he’s just happy that you orgasm – it has less to do with you actually feeling good and more to do with inflating his ego and solidifying his sense of manliness.
Here’s the nitty-gritty.
Virtually everyone has some weird (seemingly inconsequential) thing that makes them feel uncomfortable or gives them anxiety.
Examples include: peeing in front of other people, driving on bridges, touching uncooked poultry, swimming in ponds or lakes, touching public door handles, and public speaking.
What may sound crazy to some of us is a legitimate concern for others, so unless some random hang-up actually immobilizes a person’s life in some consequential way – it’s probably best just to let it be.
A very common (and probably insignificant) fear many people face is dining out, alone. Many people feel grossly uncomfortable eating or drinking by themselves, largely because they wonder how it looks to other patrons and staff members.
Well, this article makes some pretty good arguments as to why you should try and step out of your comfort zone and eat out solo, from time to time. You may find it’s far less scary then you originally anticipated.
Steve Buscemi Learns About His J-Law Deepfake
Steve Buscemi’s face was digital superimposed onto Jennifer Lawrence’s body in a viral ‘deepfake’ video. And it’s news to ‘Miracle Workers’ star Steve Buscemi…
Watch his reaction here