Monday, February 12, 2007

A Dangerous Woman

I hear tell that you've met someone special. She's older? A couple of years? Three? The age difference shouldn't matter that much, but I must warn you, you're dealing with a dangerous woman. You see, she's been around a bit. The fact that she remains single means that she's found other men wanting. What do you have that they lack? You've got a head start with your cheeky smile, but you must understand that a smile won't get you very far with her. You two are simpatico, yes? More danger. You'll get closer without realizing it, and then one day (sooner than you think) you'll be a couple! Think about that. And then there's the problem of other women. A handsome young man will always be an attraction for the opposite sex, regardless of his "status". How will you deal with that? It may actually require you to say the word "no" once in a while. The prowl will be (or should be, if you're smart) over. Play it both ways? You'll lose both ways, guaranteed.

Really, it boils down to this: you can choose to pursue her, but if you do, don't waver in your desire. If you think you are too young and she's too old, then yes, you are too young. If you think that it can work, then you aren't too young, but she's still dangerous. She has her needs and desires as well; if you do commit to her, but don't meet her needs, then your heart will be broken when she spurns you.

So what should you do? You already know that she's different from the others- you wouldn't have gone this far if it wasn't so. And a broken heart will mend. If you try and fail you won't regret it. If you fail to try you will regret it for the rest of your life. Sometimes playing it safe it a mistake. You know that she is a powerful woman. A powerful woman is a dangerous woman. A dangerous woman is worth the risk.

By Professor Batty


Blogger Sharon Spotbottom said...

is the man not dangerous?

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