Forget the art; your mission is the art of foreplay. Stand close and speak in hushed tones about the exhibits . . . the other people . . . and what you want to do to each other when you get home. It's also nice to make the occasional soul-baring observation in a setting where it doesn't sound too lame. Plus, there are always at least a few naked pictures, some dark nooks and crannies, and a decent cafe.
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What a load of tripe!!
"who wouldn't be enthused"?....this one for sure.
Honey do you want to do a fun thing today? Shopping or a great wall of China marathon?
or lets get arrested or maybe go to Barbados, or the best......a museum.
Talk about phoneing it in.
I'm embarrassed to be a guy with articles like this appearing on the 'net under the "vision" of so-called "men's magazines". To call this a load of tripe, is insulting to tripe! I guess the writers of men's magazines "think with their man below the belt" rather than their brain and heart.
As for the first comment, shopping can be fun if you're with the "right woman" and if you both enjoy each other's company (or even if it is only you enjoying her company, I suppose)...I remember more than one occasion that it was so for me, even when visiting the "women's shops"....I'm not sure it would really be fun for a woman to shop with a man, even if he really involved her in the process...imagine this:
"Honey, which colour hammer should I buy?" (She'd probably thump you one, thinking you were mocking her, even if you weren't). Nevermind the fact that hammers generally come in one colour...
What a crock. 2 things might be fun for a guy. The other 9 are for women only.
Cooking, and the dirty dancing. Everything else caters to the woman. Nothing about going to a sporting event, fishing, hunting.
What not go to a rub-n-tug together?
Are you ****ng?
Lets see - how about "11 fun things to do with a man"
ummmm...gee I can't think of any....
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