Bitchiness is not a Crime

Just another woman who try to look wise

The right egg

So I got this conclusion, after watching and observing a few samples (please don’t challenge me on the number, I am a qual reseacher after all)…
I believe that men, changed almost completely after they got married. They metamorphed like emerging from inside egg shell… they’ve become a different person.

But wait, I didn’t say that almost all the time that they changed into a better version of themselves… sometimes they do! But sometimes they don’t.

So how do we recognised the ones that will emerge into a better version of themselves? And the second question, will we like their new self?

Until now, it feels like a gamble for me… not always a religious and very kind man will morphed to be a better person.
Or not always an egomaniac cannot change… wait, let us wait to get to a conclusion for that since I never saw an egomaniac changed into something better…

I’m still looking for that cue, finding the right egg to hatch.. or like my friend said… it just doesn’t happen!

Is all men eventually become an adult when they got married?

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March 23, 2011 - Posted by | In between, Marriage, Men

4 Comments »

  1. Until now, it feels like a gamble for me… not always a religious and very kind man will morphed to be a better person.

    Exactly, hidup adalah ketidak pastian dan memang disitu daya tariknya…..
    Sungguh frustratif jika hidup berbasis pd kepastian2. Bayangkan betapa parahnya jika setiap orang jelek hanya berjodoh dgn orang jelek, rakyat jelata hanya jadi buruh atau pekerja kasar, orang cacat hidup sengsara …………dsb. Apa gunanya effort, struggle, dedication? buat apa berperilaku baik? dimana indahnya dunia jika hidup hanya hitam putih?

    Hidup memang sebuah ketidak pastian dan nikmatnya hidup adalah manakala kita mampu mengubah ketidak pastian tsb menjadi sebuah kepastian yg sesuai dgn yg kita idam-idamkan.

    Salam

    Comment by Irawan Danuningrat | March 24, 2011 | Reply

    • Ah… walaupun the only thing that is consistent in this world is changes itself, but we all need a certainty at some point, aren’t we?
      If only we can figure it out and analyse the risks, we can have at least some peace in our life… is it too much to ask?

      Comment by Miss Cynic | March 28, 2011 | Reply

      • no, of course not my dear, it is everyone’s right to ask or to expect for the certainty.
        But, why should we stop at this point? why dont we try to establish and develop this “certainty” itself?

        Comment by Irawan Danuningrat | March 30, 2011

      • How? Even that is uncertain;)

        Comment by Miss Cynic | April 3, 2011


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