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Last week, I was witness to an event that has shocked and awed the few men that have had the great, great privilege of observing it. I crashed at my cousin’s place for the night in Williamsburg and she and her roommate had gone out and done Williamsburg things like drank alcoholic beverages and told boys to go away. I saw the mind of a girl work as she received texts from her current love interest. I had been hypothesizing what it is that girls think we’re actually doing on the other end of that phone and finally someone pulled the curtain back and allowed me to meet Oz…Oz was a girl. That is, until one boy approached the roommate (let’s call her Mel), and Mel did not ask the boy to leave. Instead of trying to get deep inside each other’s heads, I think it’s time we start acknowledging that there are qualities about one another that we don’t relate to and that’s OK. That’s how we complement each other and build off the other’s strengths. We’re unfortunately in an age where calling seems too intimate so we shield ourselves behind our screens and exercise our opposable thumbs like the keyboard Olympics are coming to New York. What I mean is that a girl will never understand how we can watch nine innings of baseball and we will never understand how one could possibly need that many shoes. She texted me back when she had a chance and the world continued to spin on its axis. In my case, and most guys I know, I figured she was busy with her family because she told me she was on her way to see them.

But it does have a genuinely working parliament and after the experience of Trump’s triumph – not to mention a George W.Fast-forward through what I could only imagine was heavy bar flirting, them making several plans to hang out the next day, and eventually a semi-awkward goodbye of her telling him no, he can’t come home with her, and then it’s the morning after…and the texting began. OK, so we have already reached our first bump in the road. When guys say MAYBE, does that mean he wants to hang out or he doesn’t want to hang out? “Umm, I mean, I guess he just used the word maybe,” I so eloquently responded. And as a guest in the house of these rambunctious 20-something females, I had backstage passes to the show. This unsuspecting gentleman (whether he was in the wrong or not) had no idea a bat was coming his way. Defenses already up, artillery loaded, waiting for him to validate her feelings that she was the last thing on his mind. It’s like you’re playfully throwing snowballs at a friend and all of a sudden your friend beats you over the head with a baseball bat.

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