Bird Watching

by David Gluzman

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been putting in some heavy and thoroughly made research on chick gazing. Rather, the fact is men MUST checkout any hot chicks within their viewable area. It’s actually really funny to watch other guys checkout chicks (especially when the woman has no idea she’s being gazed at). Anyways, let me dwell into this a little more.

Firstly, I dearly love my girlfriend. I just had to get that out of the way before I rip myself and every other man apart.

Secondly, regardless of how tight your relationship knot is tied, if you are a man it is impossible to not checkout other women. It’s rather amazing really.. I catch myself checking out other women even if I’m with my girlfriend; it’s just impossible not to toss a stare every so often. I don’t know what it’s all about, it’s not I want get in the sack with every chick I checkout. For example: brain sees a possible target, takes a quick glance, returns to normal function, returns a second glace to make sure first glance was justified, if confirmed, stare = in progress, return to conversation/driving/walking/whatever. Is this some sort of survival instinct that men are born with? I’ve heard about how men are pre-positioned to mate with several females (nature at it’s finest), as do animals. Well that’s a good enough excuse I guess. *Roar*

We’ve all heard the classic story of several construction workers whistling at some hottie walking by the construction site, yet outside that scenario is just plain funny. I can’t start listing every scene I’ve ever seen played out, but guys are just so vain. I’m certain that many car accidents are caused by guys drooling over some hot property walking down the street (who am I kidding, this is fact). Watching guys walk past a cute girl and then either starting to walk backward to further inspect the package is not unheard of either. It’s only a matter of time when acts as such will be considered a form of rape, and that would be a sad, sad day for men.

I guess it all boils down to hormones. Men got way too much to deal with on a day to day schedule. I guess that’s why porn is so successful.

Porn? Now that’s an article.

  • Bird Watching
  • by David Gluzman
  • Published on September 1st, 2002

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