Apparently a woman, (so she says), over at some rag called the goldengatexpress, [guaranteed to be a conservative think tank -Editor], has decided that man caves are bad and dumb and the patriarchy! This has apparently been caused by her boyfriend moving out because he wants
nothing more to do with her some space.
I became aware of this ‘article’ when someone I know contacted me asking if I had modeled for the attached illustration.
I felt that this was a little unfair as I never have had a sock stuck to my chair as far as I know, (if that is a sock …)
Now it has been suggested that this piece is a parody, but apparently it’s the real deal. Thus I can only presume that the Onion needs to shut up shop as its business has finally jumped the shark. My favorite bit to quote you:
“… the term man cave feels more like a space where someone goes to hide from their problems while surrounding themselves with things that make them “happy.”…”
It’s a sure bet that if we use a man cave to surround ourselves with things that make us happy then this girl wouldn’t be invited in. But I digress. Looking around my
own man-cave office I notice things that give it a slightly sophisticated air:
A bookshelf with around 800 books.
My Bang & Olufsen late 70’s turntable and vinyl collection.
A cigar humidor packed with Cuban beauties.
A desktop computer with the power to light a small city.
My motorcycle helmet.
My chess set and backgammon board.
Poker chips and a set of Louis Vuitton playing cards.
It is a room worthy of being a cave. It also has a nice view onto a pleasant garden and a couple of comfortable arm chairs where guests can sit and peruse the world with me. Have you got a man cave? If not, why the hell not? And what’s in it?
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