If you’ve somehow stumbled across our blog it’s probably because you’re wondering what a certain guy or a certain girl is thinking. Since we’re not exactly mind readers ourselves, we figured we would find a different and fun way to help everyone figure it out.
So who are we? We’re your everyday couple who live in Australia and enjoy very different things. He enjoys the outdoors. I enjoy the indoors. He loves coffee. Coffee makes me sleepy (I know, annoying). He likes golf. I don’t.
So welcome to our weekly blog where we will share our thoughts on a topic and hopefully help you solve any arguments you may have.
What does He do when He gets ready to go out?
What He Says
Depends. If I have to run out the door I’ll just chuck on a shirt throw on some pants and put some product in the hair. Simple.
But if I have time or it’s an important event, then it’s a different story. Nice shower, always important. You have to wash your hair, put some conditioner in, wash the face and body. Not to mention teeth brushing. Then onto the shaver, which is the most time-consuming and pointless thing to use every day. I mean seriously ladies, no beard = serious effort!
Anyway, then on to the hair product, gotta do a bit of styling there. Bit of lotion on the face never goes astray either. Clothes. At least 5 minutes staring at the wardrobe trying to pick a shirt that will go with the pre-determined jeans or pants that have already been worn at least once this week that only I know about.
After 45mins to an hour you have one guy ready for whatever comes his way. All done by the time that she either gets to your house or to go pick her up. Too easy.
What She Says
Brought up with the belief that men should only ever take 15 minutes to get ready, regardless of occasion, is a belief Him’s REALLY challenged.
For 45 minutes I’m thinking: “If I wanted to wait this long I would have dated a women”. In saying that, I probably would be waiting a lot longer if I were gay. So I should really be grateful that I’m straight.
How long does it take to wash such short hair, put on clothes (that have been pre-selected), brush your hair and put on some shoes. However, I do understand that shaving is a delicate process. I chalk it up to being like make-up application. One wrong move and it takes FOREVER to fix. So really, that should take 20 minutes?
In all my complaints about Him’s routine, I do love that he listens to music in the shower. Really, how can I blame him for taking 45 minutes to get ready when he does that? I might just join him and make it an hour.