11 Dec To keep
To keep: a promise, in touch, hoping, somebody company, somebody close, to keep a man interested.
Yes: Yes: to keep a man interested. I constantly hear this expression and, apart from how bad it sounds, I don’t like its meaning (horrible) and the source (women).
Yes: to keep a man interested. Or, even worse, to know how to keep a man interested.
You keep your warm sweater.
You keep a luggage that you can still use.
You keep an important note.
But not a man, a man can choose whether to go or stay.
And a woman, a true woman, does not keep, she chooses and she’s chosen.
Women act like they were totally emancipated, they get indignant about ads of washing machines or bracelets and then, they, women, believe they are so capable strategists they can keep a man interested and they think the man in question can be so easily manipulated.
Therefore, please tell me ladies: what are you going to do with a man that can be manipulated, that maybe will eat your meals, will sleep in your bed and will also have sex with you, but he will desire to be elsewhere (and he usually will go there)?
Sentimental Middle Ages. And, quite always, it’s women who want it.
So, just to sum up. If a love story ends, it is because she didn’t keep him well interested.
What if it is a long-lasting story? Does it mean she did know how to do it?
I only know that there are women in love, men in love, sad women, sad men, beautiful couples, horrible couples and women that, between remaining single and settling for whatever, choose the whatever more than men do.
Personally, I’ve given up with men that loved me and really wanted to stay with me and I’ve been done the same, as it is obvious, because of karma or divine justice or fate or bad luck.
So, I’m a common woman and yet, in our present times, I can somewhat understand men who are slightly afraid or refuse women.