What man doesn’t like a challenge?

Tracey Crouch, Conservative Member of Parliament for Chatham and Aylesford, has an article on Conservative Home. On a purely man/women ‘attraction basis’ some may say that ‘Our Trace’ is a tad plain, but then I am a ‘plain’ sort of a chap and would be quite willing to ‘crouch’ for – and before – her.

After all, what’s not to like? She drinks wine and likes a trip to the pub; swears a tad; is prepared to stand at the side of a football pitch attempting to ‘freeze off’ that which she obviously has not got – but gives the impression she has; she shirks not at killing spiders. On the downside, she leaves shoes lying about; leaves coffee mugs all around the place; she likes X-Factor and what she calls ‘Trash TV’.

By nature women always try – and usually succeed – in changing the habits of the man with whom they ‘end-up’. Always up for a challenge, were I decades younger, ‘Our Trace’ could well be a candidate to attempt a role-reversal where the process of ‘imposing change’ is concerned.

She makes a fair point, where the importance of a member of society is concerned, by comparing herself, as an MP, with her next-door neighbours; a policeman on one side and a care worker on the other – and promptly then spoils her image, where being an MP is concerned:

“Like everyone else this is a career path I chose…….”

Oh well, back to ‘search mode’………………….


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5 Responses

  1. You wag…wfw

    I’ve just read her article and couldn’t help thinking of the into to the Simpsons where Bart writes lines on the blackboard (they change every episode)…Our Trace would write “Please believe I’m normal” over and over again.

  2. Ian Hills says:

    With her gender, desire to be one of the boys, going steak-less until she was 21, and being brought up by a single mother, she had enough street credibility to be parachuted in as a Dave’s Doll, but frankly I’d have preferred Bride of Chucky.

  3. james Higham says:

    On a purely man/women ‘attraction basis’ some may say that ‘Our Trace’ is a tad plain, but then I am a ‘plain’ sort of a chap and would be quite willing to ‘crouch’ for – and before – her.

    You have such a way with words, David.

  4. cosmic says:

    Good breeding stock, anyway, you don’t look at the mantlepiece and all that.

    “By nature women always try – and usually succeed – in changing the habits of the man with whom they ‘end-up’.”

    They always want to make you give up something you love to show you love them more. They always want to turn you into something other than what they fell for – and you them.

    A pretend interest in vintage sewing machines or stamps is handy. After that battle has been fought and lost by you, you can produce the shotguns and old motor bikes which are your real interests.

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