Men Gone Mad

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Peut-être. But unlike the

Peut-être. But unlike the others, it's 507 words. Not the maximum of 500.

Franglaise more than 5 years ago

More like an extended joke

More like an extended joke than a short story. BUT it certainly provokes, as a good story should. (Some of the blogs sound like 'des vierges offensées', possibly case histories in the making.)

Anonymous more than 5 years ago

Flat.

The emperor has no

Flat.

The emperor has no apron.

Mo more than 5 years ago

I don't get the point.

I don't get the point. "Reverse" misogyny?

Anonymous more than 5 years ago

Loved the fresh viewpoint! I

Loved the fresh viewpoint! I thoroughly enjoyed this story...

Ms.neworleans more than 5 years ago

Very highschool.

Very highschool.

Anonymous more than 5 years ago

All this about tea? Hardly

All this about tea? Hardly earth-shattering....

Anonymous more than 5 years ago

very fun...but isn't it

very fun...but isn't it supposed to be "another think coming?"

Anonymous more than 5 years ago

Someday, someone is going to

Someday, someone is going to read this and believe that Geist and readers like a little violence against women in their stories. Is it the 'punch' of the unexpected to turn these men into 'real' men that was what won the day for this contest? There is something quite sick about this story. Sorry, I do not join the 'isn't it wonderful?!' reactions to it.

Janet more than 5 years ago

Subtle. Tricky. Unusual.

Subtle. Tricky. Unusual. More from this guy please.

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Not easy to write an alcohol

Not easy to write an alcohol free episode of Mad Men!

jthksa more than 6 years ago

Excellent fit to postcard -

Excellent fit to postcard - Venus & Mars!

Anonymous more than 6 years ago

Very witty - but am I

Very witty - but am I mistaken hides a touch of envy at how easily women bond emotionally?

Margaret more than 6 years ago

I liked it! Finally, I

I liked it! Finally, I understand what's like man's conversation. What a interesting idea!

k-ok more than 6 years ago

clever and engagingly

clever and engagingly styled...as witty as Rat Muffledge! here here!

DGPS more than 6 years ago

Great job! Interesting

Great job! Interesting concept.

Angel more than 6 years ago

Clever twist on traditional

Clever twist on traditional stereotypes - vivid, descriptive, impactful.

Myles more than 6 years ago

I can see four men hugging

I can see four men hugging each other right in front of my eyes!

mica more than 6 years ago

great! i love the attention

great! i love the attention to detail, even in this short format.

mina more than 6 years ago

Great upside-down,

Great upside-down, topsy-turvy short. I loved it!

Rat Muffledge more than 6 years ago

Interesting! You know how

Interesting! You know how older generation women talked.

Hyunkyung more than 6 years ago

Interesting. You know how

Interesting. You know how women talked -- the older generation women, I guess.

Hyunkyung more than 6 years ago

Tea instead of beer so blase

Tea instead of beer so blase so cool yet tepid together all so serenly suave and oozing sensuous banter

Sir Michael more than 6 years ago

Men pretending to be women

Men pretending to be women pretending to be ????

AEC more than 6 years ago

Patriarchal sense and

Patriarchal sense and sensibility! Very clever and creative. Bravo.

Erin Lynn more than 6 years ago

Well done.

Well done.

Mysterious Melissa more than 6 years ago

Well done.

Well done.

Mysterious Melissa more than 6 years ago

So damn funny. Is that a

So damn funny. Is that a teapot in your pocket or....

Jase more than 6 years ago

Really enjoyed it!

Really enjoyed it!

Randy Morgan more than 6 years ago

Hilarious!

Hilarious!

Maria more than 6 years ago

I love how you flipped the

I love how you flipped the placement of the roles with men and woman. It is very entertaining and sometimes I wish it was true.

Indiana Jones more than 6 years ago

Pure Entertainment :)

Pure Entertainment :)

Judy Jetson more than 6 years ago

Ha! I was just talking about

Ha! I was just talking about one of my favorite plays "If Men Played Cards As Women Do" this reminded me of it. Good job

Cathy more than 6 years ago

It's an interesting postcard,

It's an interesting postcard, but somehow the situation and dialogue seems stilted and forced.

Laurie more than 6 years ago

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