Published on December 7th, 2011 | by thetoolsman33
Hey people. Toolsman here and Happy Holidays :D… Yeah, told y’all I get a lil too cheerful during the holiday season. So, I hope you’ve RSVP’d (is this even a word?) for #TNC3, seats are going away verrry fast. Also, keep the submissions for The Writer coming in. I really can’t wait for the competition to start. Also, watch-out for the 12 Days of Christmas Series as well as other amazing posts we have lined up for you this Christmas.
Ok, we are done with that, so on to today’s dialogue.
A couple of weeks back, I got into an argument with a friend of mine about cosmetic surgeries, weight issues etc and the average young African’s opinion on them. The female end was pretty easy to figure out. A lot of young women out there are probably open to the idea as long as they can afford it, heck I even have a few friends who have been saving up for boob jobs for the past couple of years. The part that really interests me is the guys.
I have a friend who I remember clearly was the dictionary definition of TDH when we were growing up. Dude was 6ft plus, looked decent and had a good build. Well, that was when he was about 24. Fast forward a few years, he’s 29 and about to get married and I just stopped to take a proper look at him and I realized he had gone from TDH to TDP (tall dark and potbellied). And when I say potbellied, I mean, dude was ‘hanging’. I couldn’t bring myself to tell him to his face so I started hinting, making jokes (I even showed him a picture we had taken together a couple of years back and put it side by side a recent one)
Well, he finally got the message, well, more like his fiancé got it but instead of scolding me or whatever, I remember how she hugged her man from behind and started rubbing on his belly. She then said, “leave my man and his belly, I like him just like that. Don’t you know it’s even good for when we are doing the do… it cushions my movement.”
At that point I was like ‘oh’… I really couldn’t say any other thing. I just wondered within myself about the situation and I really wanted to know: if he had a way out. Like an absolutely free (moneywise) and stress-less (no exercise) way for him to get back his old figure, would he do it?
I’ve met a lot of young men who judge women who ‘manipulate’ or should I say ‘enhance’ their bodies. Today, I’d like to spotlight the men. Help me out with the poll I have below. And then use the comment box to explain why you chose your answer. For the women reading, I’d also like your input. If you’re married or you fall in love with a man and someway, somehow, he loses ‘shape’ and you’re financially capable, would you consider giving him a gift of a surgery? Or would you suggest it? Use the comment box and speak your mind. Cheers.
PS: maybe guys can also tell us which part(s) they’ll spend their $10,000 on?