Of man, woman and the missing link in evolution.
He though, ‘I need perfection, I need clarity, I need beauty…I need…purity…’
So he sat for thinking for a sec, you see the Big Guy has a big clock so one sec turns out to be a million or billion years in our clock, and he created his brilliant masterpiece, the weapon of mass distraction… a woman, he left her alone in the room and she unstoppably started cleaning it and re-arranging his workplace and he said ‘Opps, this got a little bit out of hand.’
And he ran away, no one has seen Him since. And thus man and woman where left alone in the room, which is always a bad idea if you are not married, and they messed up the whole big plan…and thus the world got screwed up…
Men know what men want, women know what men want, what men want? Men want women… simple, single focused brain. But What woman want? that is the question haunting the human kind since millions of years.
You see, the whole progress of human kind is based on the man’s quest to understand woman to try to get her.
Whatever Darwin may say or whatever they teach you in school, I stopped believing in them since I learned calculus does not help you understand the auto rickshaw-meter, human evolution occurred due to one apes attempt to impress a girl. Both monkeys decided to go on a date, and he wanted to come clean, so he shaved his body hair, puffed his chest and wallah… the missing link… the ape became man. Mentos might have something to do with it, but I do not advertise without money (I accept cheque and credit card)
The man who invented fire, he did not do it to cook vegetable and animals, no he was happy eating them in cold. When man invented fire, he invented it so that woman can dance around it with him, the oldest tradition, older like fire followed everywhere called campfire.
Why do you think Newton was sitting under the tree? He was trying to figure out woman…but then he saw the apple fall, and he said, ‘Hey, that’s easy than woman, its just gravity,’ and gravity was discovered.
When two opposites sex go on a date, woman knows she is going to get lucky… hell, all she has to do is give a sign…Segno… and its done, but man, he has to pray to all thirty three million Gods to make sure he gets lucky.(The reason why God doesn’t answers prayers anymore, its over flooded) why? Woman know man, man doesn’t know woman.
For generations and generations at every level man has just thought
Now this hunt for woman is misused by some bad men in the world. Like the guys who built ancient temples.
Temple marketing was outsourced to contractor, build us a temple every body will visit and they build ‘Khajurao’. Fiat spends billions of dollar into installing advance machinery, builds the vehicle to the last precision, but when it comes to selling it… they woman near the car, like a sign post, look here.
Every advertisement in the world needs a pretty lady holding the products.
Tim Burnett Lee showed the internet in the office canteen, and people said, ‘Yeah a lazy geek who hates carrying documents around, build a computer system to share it, what’s new?’ in next break, someone else said, ‘Hey I got a picture of a female, shall I share it with you?’ Tan da da… Internet burst open…everyone in it.
Ford build car so that he can drive his lady around the city. Wright brothers flew the kite to give girls a life. Google was invented to search information and no need to tell what is being searched the most?
The whole progress of mankind is based on the man’s quest to get woman.
Simple. Single thought.
P.s. One man, went beyond limits to understand woman, you should read his quest.
P.p.s. I can put a bet of what comments males are going to post here, I have no clue what the females are going to. (Don’t kill me)
When not writing, he is often seen cycling in hunt for good coffee or having pointless argument with random people on varied subjects. He can be reached on twitter @_siddhesh or his websitehttp://www.siddhesh.co.
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