If you live on Sydney’s Northern Beaches then you might already know Winston. He’s gorgeous, gregarious and the best bodyguard a woman could have!
How does this relate to ‘helping modern men’ you would be justified in asking. If you have female friends, a sister or a daughter then tell them about Winston. You will sleep better knowing that Winston is on the case.
If you are a single male then you should know that women are banding together with the help of Winston to make dating safer. If you are not single, then just appreciate Winston for how adorable he is!
Forgive me father for I have sinned…it has been nearly two weeks since my last blog post!
Now that we have that out of the way I have some seriously disturbing dating news to share with you. Apparently, with the advent of online dating and dating apps where you direct message people, common decency has gone out the window along with any embarrassment one might previously have felt in admitting a foot fetish or the like.
Now that our initial contact is not face-to-face, people feel free to just put it out there.
If you are looking to pay someone to fulfil your fetish then this approach could work if you happen to stumble across a hooker on eHarmony or OkCupid! Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think there is anything wrong with having a foot fetish but this is the kind of information that I would reserve until further down the track when dating – online or otherwise.
Similarly, asking someone for naked photos after one text message is a red flag to women that you are interested in only one thing and it is not a relationship.
At this point, I’d like to direct you to Creepy Daters for an education in what not to do!
I’m going out on a limb here and assuming that the issue dividing ‘The Block’ contestants during bathroom week is the inclusion of a urinal in Mark and Duncan’s bathroom.
(For anyone outside Australia, ‘The Block’ is a reality show where teams of two renovate houses/apartments.)
I love renovating properties but I can honestly say that it has NEVER crossed my mind to include a urinal in a residential project. However, now that it is on the radar I would consider it.
By way of explanation, Duncan has 4 sons so decided to instal a urinal in their family home. Though not aesthetically pleasing, as a woman the idea that there would be ‘no misses’ with a urinal would far outweigh the negatives. So, I guess what I’m saying is that I am a ‘Yes’ with the following conditions:
I expect to stay in the home for a significant period of time. I’m not really sure how well a urinal would sit with prospective buyers if I was planning on selling not long after renovation.
There are multiple males in the house.
I have an en suite and the urinal goes in the main bathroom
What about you? Would you consider including a urinal in your bathroom?