Jan 10, 2011

The Friendship Equation

Originally, I was going to write an oh-so-wise hypothesis as to how, although unlikely, men and women can be only friends but it wasn't anything that I hadn't heard before. I recently told Tough Cookie Mommy that I've had sex with all my guy friends, except for one. That much is true, because that one is gay... but as it turns out, I even made out with him "pre-closet exiting" in a drunken fog back in high school. Ah crap! The more I thought about all the factors and variables, the more I started to sound like my fucking grade 10 maths teacher (whom I despised) but there was something there, deep in the dusty archives of my brain... or maybe it's because I've been watching too much Big Bang Theory, but nevertheless, instead of crapping on and on about this complex topic, I worked out an equation instead: 

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21 comments:

  1. You just got sexier.

    Equations turn me on.

    Ro

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  2. Found your link to this post on Twitter! Love it! I read the original Tough Cookie Mommy blog about this topic. Stop by my blog sometime http://hungrigyrl.blogspot.com

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  3. Good! Just visiting from Monday Mingle a follower already. See you in my page.

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  4. Man...I was a math major...now I'm jealous that I didn't come up with this. My best friend in college and I (he was male) used to get drunk and then discuss the pros and cons of sleeping together. Hahaha...never did though but now, I kinda wish i had.

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  5. You should sell this and make a fortune :) and if you do one for men to understand women that one would make you a mint and a half LOL

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  6. the equation is long but hmm, interesting.

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  7. Maybe we've had sex with every one of our friendships in an alternate universe. That's one theory that Sheldon Cooper would accept.

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  8. HA.. thanks @Michele - I'm sure he would correct you and say Coitus. LOL. Thanks for reading!

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  9. Following you back. What a great freakin blog. I think I love you. ;)

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  10. I'm a new follower from today's Blog Hop!! I love the friendship equation. Going to check out the My First Dildo post now! :-) Find me here - www.marvelousmommy.com

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  11. I used to be naive and adamant that we could just be friends but Ive found that sexual orientation doesnt even matter in most cases! LOL!

    Now I'm thinking I should watch out for all of my hubby's gal pals. What do you think? Whats your take on that?

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  12. @Sofia's Ideas
    If I'm to continue with the equation metaphor, your position is an external variable - a part of (a + b)
    If a = wife and b = amount of trust is positive, then you'll be OK.
    If b = amount of trust is negative, then yes, there could be cause for a little concern.

    Hope that helps :)

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  13. This definitely does NOT remind me of my grade 10 math teacher, but if it did...I'm pretty sure we all would have learned a lot more in math!

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  14. I loved this! When I read that about Big Bang Theory, one of my favorite shows. And I have to admit, I'm awful at math so I didn't get any of it til I read the last two lines. And I agree with you.

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  15. Is there an exam? If so can I stay back and have a one on one?

    Cheers

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  16. I love you... this was hilarious!

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  17. This was great! I found you through SJ's Sharing is Caring. That equation is brilliant and quite daring. :)

    Rhyme Me a Smile

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  18. Hey Lady who will be Duchess?

    This is the most awesome relationship formula I have ever ever seen. And I have seen my share of arguments and formulas for sex scrawled on cocktail napkins . . . none persuasive at first. But as you say, vulnerability and alcohol change things.

    Ahem.

    Seriously . . . this is awesome.

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