In January, I offered up the debate about which gender has the power, and Grafinya said:
“dick is cheap”
And she’s right.
Now YOUR dick might not be cheap.
Hell, none of mine are, since they are all medical grade silicone, and I am pretty choosey about where I put them and who I put them in.
But dick, as a basic commodity, is cheap.
Sure, some people may have a harder time getting dick than others.
Thing is, it’s not just cheap, it’s free. Offered regularly without really any effort on my part.
And I’m a fan of free and cheap. I love getting bargains. I love free stuff. I love thrifting.
I’m also a fan of Marie Kondo’s saying:
“Keep only those things that speak to your heart. Then take the plunge and discard all the rest. By doing this, you can reset your life and embark on a new lifestyle. The best way to choose what to keep and what to throw away is to take each item in one’s hand and ask: Does this spark joy?
And even free and cheap things (maybe especially free and cheap things) must spark joy.
Grafinya also said:
“A guy showing up offering nothing but dick is cheap. A guy offering good dick + a desire to please his partner, intelligent conversation, good social skills, common interest and life goals is expensive and hard to find. Or as Flannery O’Connor put it, A good MAN is hard to find.”
I might say, a good human with a dick sparks joy, whether free, cheap, or easy.
I ask you…
What are your priorities in the people you meet and spend time with?
What is cheap to you? Dick? Pussy? Flattery? Small talk? Dates?
What is dear to you? What sparks joy? Friendship? Connection? Thoughtfulness?
What makes something more than cheap to you?