Originally Posted by brianpatrick
Apparently you don't work in construction. ������
Well, not exactly. I've worked for a commercial roofing company, a fence installer and landscaping company. I always got along well with everyone, but wasn't exactly taken into the fold.
But I know what you mean. I don't know how to say it, but I guess there's a social and economic component to it.
Otherwise, there are immature men and there are the women who are attracted to them and/or who want to fix them because of their own issues, codependency etc. I think that's a rather specific thing not necessarily related to any bigger issues concerning how men and women in general get along or choose their partners.
There are some obvious truths in the piece. The irony is that it's about stereotypical gender roles, but it exaggerates and makes them so specific and applies them so generally, any relevance is lost.