What do Women want?

June 22, 2010 at 7:21 am (Commentary) (, , , )

There are known knowns. These are things we know that we knowThere are known unknowns. That is to saythere are things that we now know we don’t knowBut there are also unknown unknowns. These are things we do not know we don’t know.” ~ Donald Rumsfeld  

Red-blooded men are eternally challenged with the psychological, sociological and sexual question – what do women want? Perhaps in Rumsfeld’s jungle of words there are answers within questions that can lead to “known knowns”. Anything is worth exploring to find out what it is that women want, for mistakes in this respect can lead to dire consequences. Look at the recent mess Mark McInnes got himself into. As a chief executive of DJs I suppose he was operating on the principle, he had always had more yeas than nays. But this is no excuse as his rebuttal by Kristy Fraser-Kirk proved.

Be it not for me to be critical of Mark and like most men I would be somewhat jealous of the splendid opportunities he had to associate with many gorgeous women, if merely in their presence, take the likes of Megan Gale, and I’m sure that one would be tempted to try one’s luck. Whatever qualities the hunting male has he must know what it is that women want.

A known known in this investigation is that most of us know what it is that men want, but it’s not sufficient to exclusively explain their desires in terms of cutting off a slice. Most men and certainly all women would reject an analogy that reduced them to a loaf of bread. Some of the most noble of human emotions are sometimes involved in the art of seduction. I’m trying to think of some, and I guess, they would have something to do with the evolutionary biological process. But I suppose that “these are things we do not know we don’t know”.

A lot of stupid old goats will forever make fools of themselves and sexual battles are part of the human condition. Men will too often delude themselves that they have the answer to the question of what it is that women want and women sometimes will think that “these are things we do not know we don’t know”.

Favours exchanged make the world go around but pressured interchange puts things off balance. The world’s not fair. Let Donald Rumsfeld have the last say: “These are things we know that we know.”

I encourage my readers to make comments as it is important to know that “there are known knowns.”


1 Comment

  1. Shirlita said,

    Dave, why would you quote Rumsfeld? Why? Pour quoi? Second, what peculiar writing in this season of Lent. May the good Lord bless both men and women hahah!

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