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Ask Agatha: “Help! I’m Dating A One Minute Man!” And Why You Should Never Date A DJ

 Laila from Pittsburgh, PA asks:

I love him but the sex is trash. Since we stopped using condoms, he’s done before I even settle on the bed properly. And he’s usually rearing to go again pretty quickly but he doesn’t last much longer the second time either. This can’t be life. Miss Agatha, help me before all this festering resentment makes me tell him to “shut the fuck up” the next time he asks a simple question.

A former VSS once told me, you only get to be new pussy twice in the relationship. The first time you have sex and the first time you have sex without a condom. But your dilemma makes me realize that as nice as condom free sex is to us women, it must be triply so to men (and one of these days I’d like a man with eloquence enough to do it, to describe what that feels like) because it seems to cut every man’s staying power down by ½ of ½ of ½ of how long they were able to last with a condom on.

It’s like the world’s worst magic trick.

It’s like the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away.

It’s like having one bite of pizza.

And yet there must be millions of women being forced to have one bite of pizza. And then they get up and go eat a pint of ice cream.  Because they’re HUNGRY! and angry and dissatisfied. And ice cream helps.

And then they get fat.

And then their man gets an attitude but still wants to keep having sex because pizza is fucking amazing (when you can eat your fill).

And I guess maybe you should talk to him but what’re you going to say? Stamina isn’t something you can just work on. I mean he could’ve, if he’d devoted all those masturbatory hours during his misspent youth to lasting as long as possible but sadly no man is thinking long term, at the age of 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 in the throes of self-flagellation.

And you could insist on more foreplay but that won’t stop you from wanting more from the act itself.

So you’re just going to have to buy a cock ring.

Don’t worry. He’ll wear it.

Yuri from San Diego, CA asks:

A lot of actors have taken on the role of Batman over the years, who do you think has done the best job? If you had to choose. Or do you think it’s too soon to say since Ben Affleck’s performance will likely be a contender.

Tommy Davidson should play Sammy Davis Jr. in any biopic about Sammy Davis Jr. but Tommy Davidson has been playing Sammy Davis Jr. for laughs for so long that no one will ever take Tommy Davidson seriously in any biopic about Sammy Davis Jr. This is how I felt about Will Arnett playing Batman. And yet, Will Arnett’s Batman in the Lego Movie was the best Batman yet because how else are you supposed to play the idea of a man in a catsuit and a cape fighting crime? Pure camp, that’s how. And the only performance that might be better than Arnett’s performance in the Lego Movie might be Arnett’s performance in the Lego Movie 2. Because I’m sure everything will be awesome.

So, Ben Affleck? Pshaw.

And I know you’re probably dissatisfied with my answer but Yuri this isn’t a Reddit Forum. I was never going to say what you wanted me to say. Nothing in me wants to discuss whether or not Christian Bale’s performance was nuanced enough. Sure he mumbled through about 7 ½ hours of film but he also has a mouth that says, “I was a thumb sucker well into adulthood” so can we really blame him?

A better question would’ve been, who raised Batman? Easily answered but the answer just leads to more questions.

Did Bruce Wayne’s parents really leave Alfred the Butler as Bruce’s guardian and Alfred REMAINED the butler? So for a time he was the wealthiest man in Gotham and yet he still spends his days making tea and alibis? Even Karrueche Tran started her own line of knit caps. I mean are we saying Alfred is so class conscious that he still probably sleeps in the maid’s quarters off the kitchen so as not to appear too ambitious? That’s like Cinderella insisting on keeping her scullery duties after marrying the prince. How weird must that all have been for Bruce Wayne, losing your parents and having your guardian still insisting on calling you Mr. Wayne.

Derrick from Fayetteville, NC asks

You’re always giving dating advice but why are you still single?

I got my heart broken and it’s been slow to mend.

Rasheeda from Queens, NY asks:

I was in the car with three of my guy friends last Saturday and I think they had an argument but it was so strange. I’d been napping and I woke up to this:

Friend A: Done it.

Friend B: So done it then.

Friend A: Then done it.

Friend B: It’s done.

Friend A: Then done it then.

Friend C: Chill.

Friend A & B: It’s done.

And then one of them turned up the music and then we got Wendy’s. And I asked “what was all that about” and I got shrugs all around. So, what do you think that was about Agie?

Does it matter? It’s done.

But if I had to hazard a guess, I’d have to assume it was about having the last word. The male animal is incredibly willing to expend energy on the pettiest of things.

And if I wanted to let my imagination run wild, I’d venture to say if Friend C hadn’t stepped in, someone would’ve died.

Men are so irrational.

Debra from Philadelphia, PA asks:

A few weeks ago my friends dragged me to a trendy new bar and I had a great time. I even met someone. He’s attractive, funny, and really knowledgeable about music (he’s a DJ). But he’s also 15 years younger than me. We’ve hooked up quite a few times because why not. But now he’s talking about giving it a real go. I’m hesitant though because of the age gap. Do you think we have a chance?

No, but not because you were in college when he was in Kindergarten but because he’s a DJ. It’s patently impossible to have a relationship or even a conversation with a man who makes beats as a thing.

I’ve never met a DJ who wasn’t ridiculous.

They all have dreams of owning a nightclub.

And they all have business degrees (Jesus wept) so they think they’ve got the secret formula to do so. And guess what? They don’t—because an overly detailed business plan is not a secret formula. But their passion is infectious and soon they’ll be hitting you up to make a large investment.

And you will.

And they’ll spend it on amps and equipment and they’ll tell you first they have to get this mix-tape out. Because surprise! They’re secretly an aspiring rapper.

Oh you didn’t know?

Well Debra, DJ is code for aspiring rapper.

Deejaying isn’t their bottom, like it would be for the rest of us adults. It’s how they pay the bills. And it’s actually lucrative. Their rap career though, won’t be.

And now Debra, you’ll be a woman of a certain age dating an aspiring rapper.

And the longer you’re with him, the harder it’ll be to see he doesn’t have any talent. And eventually you’ll find yourself trading in your Mercedes for a minivan in order to be able to carry his equipment around. And you won’t club with him but you’ll pick him up at the end of the night. And now you’re a roadie.

Now you’re a roadie. Driving a minivan. Dating an aspiring rapper.

So why not just fuck and tell him one of the benefits of dating an older woman is that it can just be that. And it will be just that.

***If you have any questions for Agatha, email her at contact@verysmartbrothas.com with Ask Agatha as the heading***

Agatha Guilluame

Agatha is a figment of the collective VSB imagination.

  • panamajackson

    “But if I had to hazard a guess, I’d have to assume it was about having the last word. The male animal is incredibly willing to expend energy on the pettiest of things.”

    Are you really suggesting that men irrationally care about having the last word when that’s pretty much a sport in Women Olympics?

    Yeah, I said it.

    • Gbadebo

      aaaaaaaaaaaaaah yup….didn’t want to be the first to say it (because ladies are straight savage), but c’mon son
      I won’t say some men don’t play that game, because some do….but for us it might be a game…for ladies…it’s a martial art

    • AquaTeamV3

      *hits the upvote button and grabs a bucket of popcorn*

    • Mr. quojo .

      There is nothing I could possibly add to this conversation that will trump this comment. It’s the blackest thing I’ve seen all week!!!!

    • That’s a fight out the gate!

    • Brandon Allen

      Round 79 of VSB Battle of the sexes has begun!

      But seriously, Panama’s right.

      • cakes_and_pies

        There is no right or wrong answer since your arguing from a man’s perspective and I would be arguing from a woman’s perspective

        • Kas

          You are taking the fun out of this argument.

          • cakes_and_pies

            We have these arguments too much. I’m starting to not like some of the VSBs here. Some of y’all hate women and don’t know it.

            • miss t-lee

              *airhorns*

            • Jasmine

              Ain’t this the truth.

            • Kas

              I’m new to VSB, but no misogyny from me.

              • cakes_and_pies

                Then I sincerely back off from you then and welcome aboard!

                • Kas

                  :)

                • Kas

                  As an aside, men never mature beyond the age of 7. We have a tendency to show our affection by teasing and generally being difficult.

                  • AquaTeamV3

                    Eh, I don’t think it’s a maturity issue. Men and women just socialize differently, neither one is really “better” than the other. Guys do a lot of teasing/ribbing/challenging, while women tend to agree with each other more.

            • -h.h.h.-

              We have these arguments too much I’m starting to not like some of the VSBs here. Some of y’all hate women and don’t know it.

              And Vice Versa.

              • cakes_and_pies

                That’s true too.

              • CheGueverraWitBlingOn

                I’ve been keeping track and it’s definitely vice versa, but I think they hater dudes are in greater proportion to our overall number.

            • Welp.

              *continues filing nails*

        • Brandon Allen

          In all seriousness, I think women tend to be more steadfast and passionate about things so there’s a disconnect as to why men don’t understand why they’re right about whatever the beef is of the day. While men don’t understand why you care so much, the game is on.

          • cakes_and_pies

            Some of y’all choose to not understand because it’s easier to call yourselves dumb and simple amoebas in an effort to not understand. Don’t act like that’s not know 80% of the battle of the sexes arguments go down.

            • Brandon Allen

              As for pettiness in particular, I’m just saying I believe women tend to have more of a stake in their own correctness and making sure their ideas are understood and acted upon. While men tend to place more stake on the overall maintenance of an easy going environment.

              Women are petty for order. Men tend to be petty for peace.
              Just my two cents.

              • cakes_and_pies

                Women are petty for order. Men tend to be petty for peace.
                Just my two cents
                True. I can agree on that part.

              • panamajackson

                I agree with this.

              • Conrad Bess

                “Women are petty for order. Men tend to be petty for peace.”
                Reading this made me feel how Neo must’ve when he popped the blue pill. Whoa.

              • Kemse

                This has not been my experience, or maybe I’m misunderstanding you.

                Most men I’ve met argue so someone can tell them they’re right, and have no qualms trampling over others’ feelings, values, or input to attain that concession.

                From a man’s perspective I’m curious what fuels this dogged persistence to be right (which usually goes hand in hand with having the last word). It’s destructive and I think petty, and it certainly doesn’t propagate peace in the scenarios I’ve witnessed it in.

                I do see women who will fight for the last word, I have too, but I’m usually doing it because my perspective is benefiting the collective majority on whatever the topic is, vs. the man’s opinion which usually disregards what’s best for the majority in favor of self-interest or preference.

                • Brandon Allen

                  My experience has been that women tend to fight for the last word because they want things to be orderly on their terms. Women want whats best but often overstep because they dont usually consider the source of mens happiness. Understood autonomy. Men fight fervently to be right, because they want women to understand. If we can show women facts then maybe her position will soften. We think logic will save us, but it doesn’t because women don’t care if something is right or not.

                  • Kemse

                    Hm. Ok thanks for explaining.

                • Kas

                  Your last sentence answers your question “vs. the man’s opinion which usually disregards what’s best for the majority in favor of self-interest or preference”. It’s also why we get into physical fights over pickup basketball games.

          • Asiyah

            I don’t know if it’s that women are more passionate. I think it’s more about how it’s more socially acceptable for women to manifest their passions. Studies show that men are more emotional than women however societal norms discourage them from showing their emotional sides.

            http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/father-s-day-2014-study-shows-men-are-more-emotionally-sensitive-than-women-they-re-just-also-better-9532945.html

            • Brandon Allen

              I’m not sure how much of this applies here. I’m thinking about a certain strength of convinction that women seem to have in their petty. Not necessarily that theyre wild and uncontrollable. I do think men are more emotional and it’s usually deep unresolved sadness. Men want peace with petty and women want order.

              • Asiyah

                That’s the thing: I think the strength in conviction women have in their petty is because they’re in a way encouraged by societal norms to do so.

                Maybe I’m high on testosterone (I’m a hairy woman lol) but I prefer peace over order. Now I have some self-reflecting to do…

    • KNeale

      I’m going to come back in several hours and this will be the longest thread of comments on here. And that’s when I’ll leave my comment. Effectively having the last word.

      Just kidding, I don’t have to have the last word. So long as YOUR last words are “You’re right, babe, I’m sorry.”

      • Erica Nicole Griffin

        Is this in the Bible? I’m going to check every. single. verse until I find it. It has to be there.

      • Cleojonz

        That might take you several days to have the last word lol.

      • panamajackson

        See, I think this is pretty much how most discussions go.

        • she

          I just don’t think it’s in your best interest to have the last word…. think long-term happiness > short-term win. So basically for your peace of mind let her have the last word, that’s all I am saying.

    • Asiyah

      *eye roll*
      WHATEVER.

    • *files nails and sips water with lemon*

    • CheGueverraWitBlingOn

      Even when they know they’re wrong PJ. Actually, especially then.

  • Gbadebo

    All of that is very true…but if the lady that “loves” you describes the act as straight “trash”…
    My dear, dear friend…you need some help. Dude needs to look into some methods, or tools, to prolong his flow.
    I do personally believe “training” to last longer is possible…but it takes time…and it sounds like bae is tired of being tired.

    • Sigma_Since 93

      “I do personally believe “training” to last longer is possible”

      “Training” may also involve tactics that you may not like.

      • Gbadebo

        True….
        Doesn’t seem like its quite common knowledge, but Kegels are actually a thing for men. That type of training definitely takes time though.

        • Sigma_Since 93

          It’s still bigger than Kegels; the midset you go into chex with is also important. Am I smashing you or am I loving you? If I’m smashing, am I looking to get off or am I looking to put the smack down?

          If I’m looking to put the smack down and things get too hot, I’m going to be like one of those old school wrestlers and jump out the ring. I’ll nibble on your boobies, run my tongue down your spine, anything to level set and then hop back into the ring and go at it.

          If I care about you getting off the whole mindset changes. Yeah your grinding harder because your close and that deeper penetration is giving Jimi access to highly sensitive nerve endings and hopping out the ring throws you off your mojo. In the former example, I don’t care about your mojo because it’s all about me.

          • Gbadebo

            I gotchu on that. I’m just looking at the purely physical point when it comes to “improvements”. Psychological takes you to a certain point, but if you’re out of shape and/or just overly sensitive…your mindset has little effect.

  • nillalatte

    Dang Aggie, you def hit a nerve! LOL I ain’t never seen the founding fathers jump on the spring board so fast! lmao

    • miss t-lee

      For real!

    • Lea Thrace

      right!

      Got PJ and Champie jumping in feet first. Agie has Rihanna powers with her posts.

      • panamajackson

        Sometimes we’e both around at the same time.

        • Lea Thrace

          It’s just so rare. Plus it feeds into a belief I previously held that yall were not actually two different people. Before that party a few years back where there was pictorial evidence of two distinct human beings, I was skeptical…

          :-O

    • NonyaB

      Nothing like chronicles of the joystick to brang all the kids out in the yard early!

  • Sigma_Since 93

    “Which is why in order to be better at fucking, you have to give less fucks.”

    I’m Sigma_Since93 and I approve of this message.

    • Classy Kassie

      I thought the secret to lasting copulation was thinking about sports or your grandma…
      ¯_(?)_/¯

      • Sigma_Since 93

        listen. None of that is working when she got them legs firmly wrapped around your waist, the kegels are on lock, and the hip grind is on point.

        • Classy Kassie

          So casting aside your pleasure as a side benefit is key…hmmm ? ??

          • Sigma_Since 93

            If I care about you, your pleasure is my pleasure. I need to understand the goal (marathon session vs. making you O) and adjusting my temperament as needed. In the end we both should win.

            Too often folks are just running though a mental checklist of stuff:

            kissed them – check
            touched the peen / b 0 0 b – check
            slobbed it (male and female) – check
            insertion – check
            position change – check

            The only real communication you see is ol girl telling you she’s not into prison love.

            • ?

              So the man referenced in this article should know that a minute of pumping is not pleasing to his woman. Unless he is oblivious. Could someone be that ignorant of female anatomy? PAY ATTENTION FOOL

              • AshAlly08

                This! He KNOW he finishing early!! And he’s not making an effort on his own to fix this situation?!?!? There’s something else going on here.

            • nillalatte

              “I need to understand the goal”

              Hahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. Gotta have clear goals. lol

              • Sigma_Since 93

                If you are going into the set with a making love mindset but I’m headed in with a I’m effin you tonight mindset can be problematic. My approach is very different based upon the goal.

                • nillalatte

                  Approach is everything. I’m not disagreeing. :)

                  • brothaskeeper

                    Sticking the dismount is also essential.

                    • nillalatte

                      I see what you did. smdh… lol

                    • brothaskeeper

                      You’re welcome. LoL

                • Robbinesque

                  Dear Sigma_Since 93:

                  You betta preach.

                  Regards,
                  Everyone

            • brothaskeeper
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  • Oluseyi

    Which is why in order to be better at fucking, you have to give less fucks.

    I’m with this. I suspect that discovering it is what turns men into “heartless savages” regarding the chex, because it’s so much better when you’re brutal. Quite the conundrum.

    So we’re saying dude loves Laila too much, then? Just too elated to be having unsheathed conjugals with the hoped future mother of his children?

    • Damon Young

      i won’t say he loves her too much. just that he might love having sex with her too much.

      the best analogy I can think of is what makes a person “clutch” in sports. it’s not that clutch people somehow raise their level of play. it’s actually that everyone else gets all excited and anxious and tense. basically, everyone else gets WORSE, and they just stay the same. You still care, but you don’t care SO much that you go to the foul line and short circuit the free throws. you just shoot them the same way you always shoot them. if you miss you miss. if you make them, you make them. but you don’t allow the circumstance to affect your production.

      • panamajackson

        this is a good analogy.

        • Damon Young

          thank you.

      • Oluseyi

        No, Panama; this is a brilliant analogy—and also the best description of clutchness I’ve read perhaps ever.

        *dap*

      • Mzansi Maasai

        Preach!!!

    • CheGueverraWitBlingOn

      This is the conundrum I face in my 20s. In my thirties..I’m cool with it. I can be a good dude and be ruthless behind closed doors. It makes it a little harder to look wifey in the eye the next morning when you had her locked up like a pretzel relentlessly a few hours before, but the satisfied smile assuages all guilt.

      • Oluseyi

        Look her in the eye… with a twinkle, and that you-know-what-I-can-do-with-just-two-fingers smirk!

  • Hugh Akston

    Grabs the popcorn early warming up the bench on the sideline

    Carry on

  • Oluseyi

    That bit on the sheer absurdity of Alfred the Butler (and indeed, the entire Batman mythos) is ultra-legit. Superheroes are ridiculous, but we love them anyway.

    • Gbadebo

      …that paragraph pained my nerd heart

  • miss t-lee

    I’ve dated a DJ…it’s fun, until it’s not.
    Minute men? Bless their hearts. That is sooooo not my portion.
    Don’t let them lie to you…unlike the popular feel good slogan—it does not get better.

    • *giggles*

      • miss t-lee

        You’ll end up wanting to strangle them in their sleep.

        • cakes_and_pies

          and kick them in the back.

          • miss t-lee

            and punch them in the throat.

    • occupiesthethrone

      Best lay ever was a DJ. But, he was insane and still wanted to rap at 45. I was like “nah bruh, you better keep playing Just Fine in somebody’s auntie’s backyard and keep your day job”. He wouldn’t even update his music. He didn’t have Drunk In Love, but thinks he can still smash the rap game.

      • miss t-lee

        See I’ve dated a DJ and an aspiring rapper.
        Both were way different.
        DJ actually had club gigs almost every night and also did side gigs.
        The aspiring rapper? Not so much.

        • occupiesthethrone

          I’m actually do music myself and what I’ve learned from doing gigs and meeting people is that 99.9% of rappers are terrible. And not only are they terrible, they think they can just slap some simple bars on a trap beat and they’re going to blow and have a prolific, Jay Z level career when the most they might achieve is One Hood Hit Wonder status, if even that. But, even worse than hood dude with terrible bars is the white boys with DJ Premier knock off beats. They’re a dime a dozen here.

          • miss t-lee

            True.
            Just gotta get a day job at that point…lol

            • occupiesthethrone

              If they were smart, they would become promoters. I know quite a few that make a lot of money charging struggle rappers to perform at venues. Some of them pretend it’s a competition and give them 2 hours at a $20 an hour studio as the “prize”.

              • miss t-lee

                Yeah…dated a promoter too once. And they do make change…lol

                • occupiesthethrone

                  Did they do the struggle rapper hustle too? LMAO

                  • miss t-lee

                    Nah. Even though that’s hilarious!

                    • occupiesthethrone

                      I know some that charge up to $250 for a slot or like when a C or D list rapper comes to town, they’ll charge you like $500 to “open” for them, but by “open” they mean you got 1-2 songs when the doors first open so nobody is there and you’re not on the flyer.

                    • miss t-lee

                      Man…that is the juug for real.

                    • occupiesthethrone

                      Have you ever seen Janky Promotors? LOL

                    • miss t-lee

                      Nahhhh. I haven’t.
                      Reminiscent?

                    • occupiesthethrone

                      Yes, Ice Cube’s son in the movie is the king of struggle rappers. It was really funny, check it out!

                    • miss t-lee

                      ahhhh! okay!

          • Furious Styles

            When humanity is no more, there will be nothing left but cockroaches and white boys with DJ priemier knock off beats.

            • occupiesthethrone

              I’m too done with you.

        • Cleojonz

          Yep. Dj’s actually do put that work in. Aspiring rappers, not so much. Been there with both. My aspiring rapper/producer also was a carpenter’s apprentice. Since I have not seen liner note the first with his name on it, I would have to assume carpentry won.

          • miss t-lee

            Hey…carpentry ain’t a bad gig.

            • Cleojonz

              Not at all. If I ever have to do a do-over I keep saying next guy will be a blue collar guy.

              • miss t-lee

                My unc does custom cabinets.
                Bank.

            • L8Comer

              Carpentry is hot. I love a man who can make things with his hands. I dated an architect once who did carpentry in his spare time. Before we called it quits we were designing my birthday chair. I want someone to build me something

              • miss t-lee

                Handy guys…always a plus.

    • Cleojonz

      It can get better. If you are truly honest about what you want and what you need. That’s the hard part though.

      • miss t-lee

        I don’t have patience. Therefore it ain’t gonna work…lol

        • Cleojonz

          lol. At least you know yourself.

          • miss t-lee

            Indeed, I do. :)

  • OSHH

    15 yrs younger would put dude in his mid twenties, that would be a naw nope, h3ll no, aside from the fact he has a “hot nigg@” occupation and all the entails.

    “Broken hearts can last for years” but “it doesn’t have to feel so strange to be in love again” though.

  • Cleojonz

    I think Miss Laila is not giving up the goodies often enough to let homeboy get used to her womanly goodness. If they are now having chex sans condoms but only say a couple times a month, of COURSE he’s still a one minute man. I refuse to believe if it’s happening often enough he still can’t hang like that.

    HA HA at your excellent analysis of Alfred’s role in Bruce Wayne’s life. Seriously how did that play out like that?

    Derrick – That was just a rude a s s question. You answered that beautifully. It reminded me of those people that respond “But God is still working on me.”

    Male Pettiness- it’s true. Y’all like to get the last word. And that is all.

    • panamajackson

      Men are petty. Women are petty. I think it would be difficult to argue who is more petty. I think women are probably more FREQUENTLY petty and men are probably more EFFECTIVELY petty.

      But you’re trippin’ if you think that men need to have the last word more than women do. I’m not saying its an absolute, but women and chill are often at odds with one another. And chill is how you dont need hte last word. No chill means that last word is yours regardless.

      • Cleojonz

        I’m not saying men need to have the last word more than women, but to act like it isn’t the case a lot of the time is hearty untruth.

        • miss t-lee

          Hearty.

          • Cleojonz

            I live with a person I have learned to just have it. It’s not that important to me anymore. Sometimes it really is just a single word. It would be exhausting for me to fight that all the time.

            • miss t-lee

              Yeah. Gotta pick the battles when it’s like that.

            • cakes_and_pies

              Sometimes letting the person have the last word is their defeat.

              • LeeLee

                #facts

              • Epsilonicus

                This is some scripture right here…

      • Asiyah

        “Men are petty. Women are petty. I think it would be difficult to argue
        who is more petty. I think women are probably more FREQUENTLY petty and
        men are probably more EFFECTIVELY petty.”

        I agree with this.

    • cakes_and_pies

      So it’s her fault for his one and done issues? Without knowing any circumstances he’s just a Quick Draw McGraw. Or maybe he doesn’t like her.

      • Cleojonz

        But that’s precisely my point. We DON’T know the circumstances. We don’t know how long and how often they have been having chex this way so she can look at herself too and try to fix it instead of being just mad at him about it.

        • Sigma_Since 93

          The other issue is what is the objective? Are you looking to have the O, are you looking for a marathon event, are you trying to have both? Partners rarely have that discussion and feelings get hurt.

        • cakes_and_pies

          I wouldn’t automatically say she’s not giving up the goods

    • “HA HA at your excellent analysis of Alfred’s role in Bruce Wayne’s life. Seriously how did that play out like that?”

      Alfred and Commissioner Gordon are the only things that kept Bruce from being a complete nut job. As for that “Mr Wayne” ish I mean the dudes best friends in the world are an alien and a stacked Greek lady so that kind of normal for him.

      • Oluseyi

        (It’s ok to admit that comic book superheroes are absurd, but you love them anyway. I do!)

        • Besides comics the only other place you’ll find that many people with gym memberships and Daddy issues is the NFL.

          • Oluseyi

            Truth!

      • Cleojonz

        He’s still a nut job, but they help reign that in a little bit. Fox is Clearly an enabler. BTW I did not realize he was always written as a black man in the comic books.

        • Lucious Fox and Robbie Robertson have been the black voices of reason for Bruce and Peter Parker for a long time.

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