This post might irritate or upset a lot of dudes (and some women) that read this. If you’re offended then good.
When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. 1 Corinthians 13:11
I turn 30 in a few weeks and I’ve noticed certain behavioral patterns from men my age and older than kind of baffle me. There are certain things I used to do as a child that I couldn’t imagine being interesting in now as an adult. Sure its nice sometimes to reminisce and have thoughts of nostalgia but I think some of y’all have gone a little overboard. Some examples I’ve seen are:
Grown men watching wrestling
I used to love wrestling. Hulk Hogan was my favorite wrestler. I also liked George “The Animal” Steel, Jimmy Snuka, The Bumblebees and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. You know when I stopped watching wrestling? When I found out it was fake. I was 11. This is why I can’t get why men over the age of 18 tune in week after week to see oiled up men in underwear parade around a ring. Its not even real. Its like a male soap opera. Just watch a real sport. I’d rather sit back and watch the Masters than to sit and watch an episode of wrestling.
I also used to love video games. Super Mario Brothers, Duck Hunt, Spy Hunter, Excite Bike. All that. I was even into video games when the original playstation dropped. You know when all that stopped. College. I didn’t have time for it anymore. I might play my brother’s PS3 occasionally when I’m home on Christmas break or something but besides that my schedule does not allow for it. Between work, the gym, tv, leisurely activities (bars, dates, movies, etc), reading I just don’t see how I would sit down and play a video game for hours. I kind of judge people who spend more than 5 hours a week playing video games.
Arguing with women
Not saying that you can’t ever disagree with a woman but grown men should learn that arguing with women in public is a lose lose situation. And yes twitter counts as public. I see it all the time. I really want to tell the dude in question to just fall back. A man should be able to portray his stance on a subject with another person without going back and forth. When the name calling comes out that just equals bitch made in my eyes. Word of advice. If you must argue with a woman in public or private, use your words carefully and logically. Letting your emotions get the best of you in feminine.
That said. Anything other behavior from men or women that you find juvenile and you wish grown ass people would just stop?