Holding Girl Stuff
The male brain isn’t big on accessories. It’s affinity for things is not for the sake of the thing itself, but for the objects utility. Look no further than the pockets/purses of a room of men and women to see this in action. Everyone will have house keys. Female brains will have an assortment keyring fillers that have no use for opening doors. The male brains will have what amounts to bare metal.
Men understand that ladies need an army of accessories but are baffled when asked to hold any of your stuff, especially when it’s an item that doesn’t typically make it into male hands.
He thinks you’re marking your territory, like a puppy does to a hydrant, when you ask him to hold purses, toy dogs, tampons and other useless accessories (as far as men are concerned). And if you’ve been with a guy for a while, you’re probably used to him adamantly declaring, “If you can’t carry it, leave it,” because its simply perturbing for the male brain to hold extraneous girl stuff.
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