Derek Plattis, oldsalt1,
There is nothing wrong with anything either one of you said!
And while my personal labeling, and take on "gender" may differ ever so slightly (as pretty much laid out in my previous post), I pretty much agree with most of the rest of it! Certainly we are all rooted in the same pot.
Disaffected.citizen wrote:Generally, I concur; however, if you buy something whilst in a relationship (with a woman) the truth of the matter is more along the lines of (from her perspective) "what's mine is mine, what's yours is ours". This is most often followed by the division of "common property" when the relationship goes south, leaving you with next to nothing (but the debt) in an act of court sanctioned theft and abuse (regardless of whether or not the court is actually involved.)
I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume oldsalt wasn't really referring to domestic law.
I think it's safe to say that even in the ugliest of divorces, most men get to keep their clothes, even if it is a skirt...
... Then again, most men don't wear skirts, and if they're the same size...
Boy to be a fly in that court room eh??
Grok wrote:Some women can't seem to accept men in open ended garments. This can even include kilts; I have seen posts by husbands who's wives can't tolerate the sight of him in a kilt.
And yet we're not supposed to say anything to them about their various liberations, including the wearing of trousers. I know, I know, I've got my own cross to bear with mom.