Weather and women


Living here in the tropical climate of South Florida, I have come to realize that the weather can change in an instant. One minute it can be bright blue skies and the next the wind picks up and a torrential downpour begins. What makes this even stranger is that you can actually see the weather begin to turn and then come at you. Many times it will be raining cats and dogs a block away but, the sun will be out and it is smooth sailing a hundreds yards from you. The key to avoiding getting caught in this storm is that you can actually see it coming and have time to get out of the way. This is incredibly similar to the mood swings of many women I have dated. The only real difference is that in the weather scenario, I am usually smart enough to come in out of the rain, with the women; I get pounded by the squall!

Men should almost always see these storms coming, after all in previous decades there was a reason that hurricanes were always named after women! We can usually see the storm in a woman’s evil little mind starting to brew and intensify in strength, yet we still stand there and wait for it to reach maximum ferocity. We stand, watch and wait. Why is it that we know that we are about to get pummeled, yet we are not smart enough to run for cover. The analogies of women and those beautiful things found in nature are endless, we have already discussed the beautiful calm before the storm, but there is also the stunning rose that will draw blood with its thorns as readily as will deliver that sweet smelling aroma. We need to remind ourselves as men, that also there is extreme and exquisite segments to a beautiful woman, we need to be on guard for changes in the force! After all, doesn’t the black widow spider quite often kill her mate?.

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