Vive la difference

Often, female friends ask me for a male perspective.
I usually burp, ignore everything they say then talk about football.


15 thoughts on “Vive la difference

    • Curlydaz 16/06/2014 / 6:17 pm

      Glad you like it. I started out trying to write something serious but it went horribly wrong!

      • Expat Eye 16/06/2014 / 10:28 pm

        Yep, this is far more realistic. Prepare them for the long haul 😉

  1. Curlydaz 16/06/2014 / 10:45 pm

    Ha ha. Is that cynicism from experience? Ever fancied subverting the sexual divide and belching like a good un?

  2. A Voice 17/06/2014 / 11:01 am

    Hey, like, fuck you man. That’s tooootally sexist! XD

    • Curlydaz 17/06/2014 / 11:51 am

      And grossly inaccurate (some times)

      • A Voice 18/06/2014 / 2:49 am

        Not at all! Asking for a ‘male perspective’ and a ‘man’s perspective’ are entirely different.

        Much like finding very few women amongst females, I’ve encountered very few males I would call men. There’s actually a poem I wrote about the differences between a women and a female called ‘Sins of the Strangers’ and included in my first collection, Lesson Learned.

        If you (or anyone else) is curious, head over to my site and check the Poetry page. Everything is in .pdf so it’s easily readable.

      • Curlydaz 18/06/2014 / 7:19 am

        Gonna check that out. Thanks for the heads up.

      • Curlydaz 18/06/2014 / 7:20 am

        Dang. Ain’t got a box account!

      • A Voice 18/06/2014 / 1:50 pm

        No account with Box is necessary to view my work. I set permissions so that people who have the link are able to view the .pdf files without any issues.

        To be sure I logged out of WordPress, flushed everything with CCleaner, then went to my WordPress page (without logging in), clicked the Poetry page then the Lesson Learned collection. A new tab popped up (Firefox) and I was able to view the collection with no problem.

        If, for some reason, it’s saying an account is necessary please tell me what the specific message is so I can look into it. Should that happen, please provide me with an e-mail address and I’ll send you a copy of Lesson Learned and the other collections via e-mail.

        Weird errors can happen…fuck knows I’ve experienced a plethora myself.

      • Curlydaz 18/06/2014 / 8:33 pm

        Maybe it’s because I’m trying to access it from my iPhone and ipad. Bit neither will auto download. Just comes up with front page of the box screen asking me to sign up of register. It may be a quirk of Apple, or Uk, or something I’m doing wrong. Could you zap me a link to it? Or cut n paste into a comment? No worries if not. And thanks for your time and consideration.

      • A Voice 19/06/2014 / 12:43 am

        Accessing it from a non-PC device is probably the issue. But, to be clear, I have it set up so that viewing is accessible while downloading is not: people have to be online to read it, my small, small part in say ‘hey, read my work but don’t steal it’. Please view them from your PC, as that seems like the way to go about it. I’ll put up a note on my Poetry page about this potential issue; thank you for letting me know just what it was.

        Lesson Learned (

        Damage Over Time (

        Empty Forms (

        Ashes of Happiness, Seeds of Hope (

        All In a Day (

        My Coming Destruction (

      • Curlydaz 22/06/2014 / 5:30 pm

        Thanks for the links. Will check them out when at a PC.

      • A Voice 23/06/2014 / 1:42 am

        You’re very welcome and, should you get the chance to read any of it, feel free to let me know what you think. The e-mail I use for WordPress is in the N.B. page.

      • Curlydaz 18/06/2014 / 8:50 pm

        If you’re gonna be inaccurate, grossly is always best.

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