PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.: Baby Please Don't Go . . .
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Baby Please Don't Go . . .

Most of us have someone we love. Or have had someone we loved.

I believe it is important to always be prepared.

So if someone I really loved was ready to leave me, here's what I'd play.

And even if that special person wasn't about to leave, I'd play it for her anyway, just to let her know I have it.

So if you love someone, perpaps it makes sense to play this Muddy Waters bit, tell her you've saved this, just in case she'd get the wrong idea into her head.

And tell her how much you love 'er.

Worked for me when I tried it a few days ago. She laughed and slowly shook her head. That's a good result.

Sometimes flowers works too. I don't do that too often. So once when I brought flowers to her, she looked at me with amazement and asked, who gave you flowers?

That's when I realized I needed to buy flowers more often and perhaps play a tune now and then.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doc, does "romantickness" come to men w/ age or what? I sort of got used to the idea that the men my age dont have a clue(I'm 29 going on 30). I don't even know how I would react if my boyfriend played me this song out of the blue.

Thanks, really, I know there is hope after all.

7/18/2006  
Blogger beeta said...

anonymous,
For what is worth, I'll give you my take.... I am some where between your age and the Doc's.
30 is the age men start to get a clue(if they are lucky), before that they don't "get" romance....I mean they have read about it and in some small ways they like it, but what they really want is sex and romance just is something they use to get what they really want. On top of that, guys feel insecure and not sure of themselves and for that reason they fear opening up and romance is nothing but showing weakness....not the bad kind but showing feelings like...I need you or I will miss you if you weren't here...or you matter to me.... and that takes a man and not a boy to admit. After you master that weakness.....you begin to understand that sex is much more mental than physical....it's like giving a really good speech...you know ...you have to feel the passion before you can put it into words....great sex comes from great passion.... and passion is mental not physical....and romance is the manifestation of great passion....

7/18/2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

beeta,

Tru dat...

7/20/2006  

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