Monday, March 28, 2011


I was in the coolest MAN CAVE I've ever been in last night. We are talking multiple televisions, dartboard, wood stove, great art, great food, great lighting, great company, kick-ass bar, refrigerator... I felt like I was in that movie HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE, when Betty Grable goes up to the rustic hunting lodge (terrible reference for a MAN CAVE, I realize) but if you've seen the movie, you get what I'm saying.

The only thing missing was the bear rug. Me, the vegetarian, wants a bear rug on the floor. Go figure.

Anyway, the MAN CAVE got me thinking and wondering: whatever happened to the MENSTRUATION HUT? Wasn't that the original cave? When did men start getting their own huts? What do we girls have? The kitchen? Is the kitchen still "a woman's place"? I don't think so. Many a month, I think about those good old days when women were shunned and sent to menstruate together in a cave. No wonder that girls who spend a lot of time together end up having their periods at the same time. It's in our DNA. We've lost our Hut time.

We've lost our huts to our husbands, and they've turned them into caves. It sounds like I'm unhappy and down-in-the-mouth about this, and I might be except for the fact that I was invited into the MAN CAVE. YAY!!!! The MAN CAVE doesn't discriminate. I could've used the urinal thing if I'd wanted, if I could've figured out just how to do such a thing... hmmm.

The MAN CAVE shows just how far we've all come. Us girls aren't shunned five days a month (although I might like that), and the men/boys are good sharers. Three cheers for the evolution (?????) of the MAN CAVE.


  1. I like the bear rug in the man cave and the menstrual hut. I'm sure those rugs are floating around at estate sales.

  2. Just when you thought that women on earth had it bad!

    I Got Kicked Out Of Heaven Because Of My P.M.S blends elements of farce and fantasy to provide a comedic look at a serious topic, the so-called “monthly curse.” Bernadette Jackson, is a Physics student at Harvard. One day while on her way to class, she is hit by a semi-truck and killed. At the crash site, she is approached by two angels who ask her to become a guardian angel. But that wasn't the only thing that she had to deal with. Bernadette also had to deal with the effects of her holy period; which drives her into doing something that she later regrets. While in heaven, Bernadette develops an enemy named Meghan, who is a goody too shoes that does anything and everything to get on Gods good graces. Twenty-one days of the month, Bernadette can barely stand it, but for the seven she menstruates, the mere sight of Meghan nauseates her. She physically assaults Meghan, and God banishes them both to the inferno. The struggles Bernadette undergoes with Meghan in the inferno lead to two startling developments: hell can be the source of good, and PMS can be a blessing.