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Women ask where we went. Gentlemen ask why women don’t care about how they are gentlemen anymore. The Gentlemen has caught the black plague of the new millennium. We’re at a loss of our actions due to not being received by the opposite sex and are spited by the men of the world for being unalpha. To uphold this higher persona, we have to fight the good fight almost daily. Some of us have been taught to be in this never ending battle since childhood.
At the dinner table of four sits a six year old boy, a eight year old girl, the father and most importantly the mother. The father, being the head of the house, determined the food for most of the dinners, which is traditionally eaten with hands. No more then thirty minutes into the dinner mother gets up, walks over to the desk nearby, removes a ruler from the drawer and returns to the dinner table.
The table pauses for a moment and question the moment only physically with facial expressions and eyes. Assumptions are made and the eating continues. The boy and girl being quite young at the time continue on the path of food consumption as our DNA has built us, until the fateful moment when both happen to smack their lips from chewing with their mouth open at the same time. Mother, picks up the ruler, slammed it on the table and startled the table.
“My children will never chew with their mouth open.” She explains.
She continued to do the same treatment to the kids over time. After a few years she didn’t need the ruler. The kids were molded and she had moved on to harder tasks to upkeep. Like keeping ones elbows off of the dinner table.
The fight continues without the mother present. Now the battle is to help upkeep others and pass on the same lifestyle to people who did not have the same privileges or punishments growing up.
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