Friday, July 8, 2011


Carl’s hypothesis was that there were two types of woman. Type Ones were hairy legged. They could not be bothered to shave or use Veet. Aesthetics meant nothing to them. These women, he said, were not interested in men, at least ones with cojones. He then declaimed eloquently on his Type Twos. Over a night of student drinking, he pontificated endlessly on his bifurcation theory, insisting that the state of a woman’s legs spoke volumes. Windows on possibility, he said; and the double doors.
     And yet, for all his Linnaean groupings, Carl did not seem to know any women himself.

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