What are men thinking? The brain of the manly man
It all started when cavemen went on the Annual Mastodon Hunting Trip leaving cave women and cave children behind.
The women put the cave kids to bed early, pulled out the equivalent of Kick-a-poo joy juice, sat around the fire- invented by a woman- grunted and laughed and shared about their husbands who “acted like Neanderthals.”
Fast forward a few eons to a meeting of ‘The Salon’ a dozen women, all hovering around 5o, pondering about men: What makes men so happy?
Seriously, is there anything new under the sun about elusive happiness and the basics of the sexes?
From the inception of time, people have mused and metaphor-ed about little boys- frogs, snails and puppy dog tails versus little girls- sugary, spicy and everything nicely organized.
Brainy author, Louann Brizendine tackled the subject in her first book about pretty in pink The Female Brain. It didn’t take a Mensa membership to forecast Brizendine’s next book would be about men and celebrating their cerebellum. Bets were on: would the second book be shorter and less complicated?
About the same time The Male Brain came out, a simple, succinct e-mail about Men and Happiness was circulating world wide.
The illuminating and hysterical piece caught the attention of the members of ‘The Salon’. They agreed “Why men are happier than women” is brutally honest, very clever and takes two- minutes to read – time for throwing head back and laughing heartily included.
Want To Know The Secret? With Men: It’s all about Number One: Men have one hair style- forever; they have one mood; and one pair of shoes and one wallet goes with every single outfit. Men are happy campers.
Anyway and Everyday: Women simply want to know what men thinking about (answer: Sex).
We want to know what men dream about (answer: Sex).
We ponder: when it comes to flight or fright what is the limbic system of the cortex of the brain of a man thinking about? (answer: SEX)
Conclusion: Men are happy and women are luckier for it.
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