Monday, October 26, 2009
Chivalry can confuse the pokey police :l
Chivalry: courteous behavior, especially that of men towards women.(cheapskate man unu nuh haffi spend money suh yuh excuse lame)
Many times as females we end up focusing on the negative. He doesn't do this and he doesn't do that. So much so that we often miss the opportunity to encourage the goods things that are there. Oh yes! There are men who are bastards through and through, treat them likewise.
But I'm talking about that open the door, pull out your chair, walk on the outside when you on the street, manly man. Notice not once have I mentioned him spending money. Because I don't want it to get twisted. To be a gentleman, to be chivalrous you simply need to treat a woman as a lady. I don't know one woman who would strike off points if you pulled out her chair. At the end of the day a lady likes to feel that a man put in effort. We are all grown folks here we know that you eventually want to get to the promised land. We know that while you are talking to us you can't help your eyes from drifting to our cleavage. And secretly we like that, why the hell you think we wore this tight as wrap dress for?! But your eyes cannot be glued to said cleavage, that's when antennas go up. You best believe being chivalrous can definitely confuse the pokey police.
What ever does that mean you ask. Well when you hop to it and say "aye baby mek wi do a ting nuh..." a message goes to dispatch that says "red alert, red alert, infiltrator detected!" then pokey police is deployed and you get's no love. But when you come at me calm and cool, with that chivalrous swag everybody up in headquarters chilling not even seeing that you've broken down my walls and by the time they notice you done got some loving 2 or 3 times (if you can keep up).
All fun and jokes aside though. There are certain ways you can melt a girl, I mean really melt her and being chivalrous is definitely one of them. She might not say anything to you but trust me she's ont he phone with her girl the first chance she gets "Girl he carried my bags, opened the doors, pulled out my chair.. him a work fi it man". Trust me we notice and we appreciate it. Cause no matter how "Strong" a woman portrays herself we all want to be treated like a princess from time to time.
So fellaz everytime you feel like its too much work to put in for a woman remember this "You catch more Bees with honey"
P.S. Chivalry is not fi everybody. Some girl wouldn't know wah fi duh wid it. Is up to you to observe and see if a woman deserves it.
P.P.S. Ladies demand it. you will get it.
Faith and Love,
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