I need to find me an Aidan. From Sex and the City, Carrie's boyfriend who was way too good for her. I'm watching the episode where he won't sleep with her and she wonders why. He says he's trying to romance her, "Remember romance?" he asks. He draws her a lovely bubble bath with candles and everything. And doesn't even expect to sleep with her that night.
I don't think men like that exist. This is why it's so easy to fall in love with the Aidan's and the Colin Firth's from Pride and Prejudice and the Jake Ryan's from 16 Candles and all those other men from Hollywood, they're FICTIONAL! They aren't real and the real men in today's world don't play like that.
Robin Williams said once "God gave men two brains, but only enough blood to power one brain at a time."
I've said for over the last year that I'm going to write a book. You know, those books Something For Dummies; Facebook for Dummies, Knitting for Dummies, Cooking for Dummies. My book is going to be Women for Dummies. I'm going to write a book for men, to break us down for them. When we say we're fine, we're not fine, but we're not ready to discuss it yet. When we tell you our problems, it's not so you will fix it, 90% of the time we just want you to listen. When we say those earrings are pretty, pay attention and perhaps purchase them or something like them for the next gift giving occasion. I can keep going...
I don't want to say I'm waiting for my Prince Charming. Because my life is wonderful with me being single and fabulous. But part of me is waiting, hoping for someone to come into my life and share it with me.
Damn you Hollywood, for creating perfect men that we amazing women will never have because they aren't real. Curses! I shake my fist at you!