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August 06, 2008
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MTV has the worst ideas for dating shows. Watching those is pretty much the intellectual equivalentof cutting yourself. The idea that the girls on those shows are excited about the guys, is frustrating. I wonder, "Is this why I was single throughout high school? Because I wasn't an effeminate tool?"

The guys on those shows are so in love with themsleves and have no masculine interests. One guy said his favorite was "The Notebook". I saw part of it, and I thought "I really should be doing something else". Another guy carried his dog throughout the date. It was a Paris Hilton type of chihuahua. No man should have that as his dog. Let alone have a pink Barbie convertable for it (his date, a hot girl no less, had to wash it). On the show "Room Raiders", whenever a guy goes into a girl's room, they always, ALWAYS, try on the girl's bra.

Then there's this show on Showtime called "I Can't Believe I'm Still Single" about  a filmmaker going cross country trying to find a girlfriend.The guy asks his friends and family, "Why do you think I'm Still Single?" I know why. When you're talking with a girl, don't say in the first 10 minutes of meeting her that you like it when a girl puts on a strap-on dildo and have her fuck your ass. Try to save that for the second date at least.

Now, I'm at the age where most of my high school friends are married and have kids. I don't have a freakin' clue on how start a relationship, or even have a clue on how to make it last for more than a few weeks. And I'm always hearing from guys at work about how bad marriage is. I usually hear, "Don't ever get married". I don't think I've fallen in love, and I don't think I'd even have to worry about getting married and having kids.

The guy on the "Still Single" show really isn't a regular guy. I don't think regular guys talk openly about their strange masturbation techniques in a room full of strangers. They don't pray to moon goddesses to bless their cars. They don't pay dominatrixes to fuck them in the ass. They haven't made films about their love lives.

I don't think I'm an effeminate tool like the guys on the MTV dating shows, either. I don't think I'm really a macho, ultra-masculine guy either.

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