The pussycat

Every man that is in a rela­ti­ons­hip with a woman knows the read-the-signs-thing. As a man you’re sup­po­sed to read signs a woman gives. This can be easy as you’re just giving enough atten­ti­on to your girl. But some­ti­mes you think: Ouh, the­re are no signs.

That could be right, but most­ly the fema­le ans­wer to that assump­ti­on is: “The­re were signs. You were just not able to read them. Becau­se you are a man. An insen­si­ti­ve, bon­ehe­a­ded man as all men are. I should have known that. I should have lis­tened to my par­ents…” and so on.

So let’s have a try in dealing with the pro­blem. Eva84 is a woman that’s new on twit­ter. Some­ti­mes she talks about her cat. Some­ti­mes she talks about her pus­sy. The dif­fi­cul­ty is: She uses the same word (“Muschi”) for both.

First examp­le:

(“My pus­sy while catching mice.”) Well, that’s easy: Here she talks about her cat. You’ll easi­ly get to know that if you fol­low the link. There’s real­ly no other alter­na­ti­ve to think about. Think about that.

Second examp­le:


(“Pussy’s itching from shaving.”) This doesn’t deal with the cat, does it? How would you know a cat’s suf­fe­ring from shaving? Btw, why would you shave her?

Right, the last one is real­ly dif­fi­cult. No signs to read. No fur­t­her use­ful indi­ca­ti­ons. You can just belie­ve what you think is right:

(“Cares­sing the pus­sy.”)