This morning I was invited to join a new depression group. It was going pretty well so I invited a couple of my friends who joined too. By some strange act of nature I found that I was the only male member! Later in the day while talking to the founder gamewarden (a nickname I gave her) I told her that i'd bring the drinks if she supplies the music. She then wrote a long story about men being gentlemen etc. What does she expect Clark Gable and whats her name in "Gone With The Wind"? This is the 21st century lady, you can bet Clark Gable got it up when he got close to Scarlett in a low cut dress too. Let's face it is there a man who wouldnt make some type of remark or comment if put in a group of 22 women and no other man? I think not. As a result I removed myself from membership there and removed her as a friend.
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