The reasoning :
It takes a tigress to tame a buaya, hence, the opposite.
I got this idea from :
The Laubeh Inc. Laubeh = Old studs (as in old horses). They comprise a gang of married men. The old crocs/buaya teaching young crocs, those bachelors on the fine art of becoming buayas.
BTW, crocodile in our Malaysian lingo is not the shedding crocodile tears kinda comparison. Crocodiles usually appear docile, set their eyes on their target and attack when the victim least expect it. In other words, crocodiles denote dirty old (and not so old) men. LOL!
So, when the crocs go roaming, we need tigress to tame them, donch we, ladies?
Two days ago, notty Helen wrote something like this:
Iâ€™m in a dilemma here. I want to turn behind and stare, analyse, gawk, ogle at this â€˜Godâ€™s gift to menâ€™ creature and see why I never experience the turmoil of having truckloads of guys hitting on me at the same time during my lifetime.
And yesterday, Samm blew me over with the little bird’s cage. (Warning : 18SX)
Men are all naughty lil boys when it comes to kinky stuffs and since he’s the instigator, he’ll most likely agree to it with his tongue hanging out of his mouth like a puppy; panting away in anticipation of what’s to come.
And therefore, I see a pattern here. We mamas also can set up persatuan menambat hati suami or the Tigress Association (when I have time, I will think of a proper name, contributors’ idea most welcome).
I can see the laubehs cold sweats already. But I shall have to stop blogging now because my kids are pestering me to go skate-boarding again. Just came back from pasta and shopping. Another Parkson sale. Sheessh….
With tigresses roaming the earth, peace will prevail on earth. Yeah!