Thursday, January 18, 2007

one ringy dingy. two ringy dingy

Question, does the time of day a man calls a woman determine what kind of relationship they have? Say, friendship, dating, realtionship status, booty call.

Does calling at 6:00 p.m. versus 7:30 p.m. mean one thing and calling at 9:00 p.m. or 11:00 p.m. mean something else? And gee, what could calling at 2 a.m. mean? That one is a thinker.

I'm asking because the time of day I call absolutely means something. But, I'll explain that later. I don't want to influence any thinking or answers. Because I know y'all be really thinking heavily on this one. Oh, I kill me.

Thanks.

13 comments:

Will said...

It depends on what I'm wearing more than when I'm calling... and where my hands are.

Will said...

It depends on what I'm wearing more than when I'm calling... and where my hands are.

Will said...

I don't think time matters as much as where my hands are while I'm calling.

puerileuwaite said...

If a woman calls me at 2AM, I know that she's interested in selling me a time-share.

limpy99 said...

2 am means we're drunk and looking to get laid. Or we need bail money.

6-7 means we're hungry, can't cook, and are hoping you'll cook, and then we can get laid.

3pm means we're home sick and want to whine. You should never answer these calls.

5 pm means we have tickets to the Supersuckers show and you shoud answer immediately.

limpy99 said...

2 am means we're drunk and looking to get laid. Or we need bail money.

6-7 means we're hungry, can't cook, and are hoping you'll cook, and then we can get laid.

3pm means we're home sick and want to whine. You should never answer these calls.

5 pm means we have tickets to the Supersuckers show and you shoud answer immediately.

limpy99 said...

You should feel free to delete one of those.

Will said...

...and some of mine too...

f'ing blogger...

Phollower said...

Limpy is right except that he left out that the 3pm and 5pm calls also involve us hoping to get laid.

Party Girl said...

you all are so good.

As for the repetitveness, naw. I think women need to know and hear these things over..and over..and over ..and...
to ensure that we finally get it.

Men are either hungry or horny. However, no matter the time of day they will always want to get laid.

Thankfully, I also happen to fall under that category.

GirlGoyle said...

how does the saying go...men are either hungry or horny, if he doesn't have a hard-on give him a sandwich!
6.00 PM call means he is calling to get it over with because his girlfriend is on the way over.
7.30 PM is because it's one of the rare times his girlfriend doesn't spend the night and he can therefore live out the usal BS rethoric of "what? I live alone!". And maybe he sort of somewhat wishes he'd planned ahead so he could have you over instead.
8.00 PM He's definitely bored. He's had dinner by himself and now he's horny and there is no football on TV.
2.00 AM He's totally lost his mind. He's been drinking and they got in a fight and in drunken stupor he now "miscch you baby..." or, he's not feeling well and can't sleep and has decided to share in the mysery.

That is my interpretation of calls. As for me, I leave the dialing to others cuz I've learned that after 7PM most people don't want to be bothered by the phone anyway.

Party Girl said...

hmmm, this is interesting to me.

Friends call me at all hours. Mostly after 7pm and before 9. However, after 10 is not out of the question or ordinary. (Obviously during the week. Weekends, all hours, but they all know not to call me before 10..okay 10:30 in the morning. I'm still snugged up in bed. Mmmmm, bed.

If they are a good friend, then calling me at work is perfectly acceptable and at anytime during the day.

Men call me about the same. Mostly after 9 and many times around 10. Especially if they know my schedule (night owl) then after 10 is not out of the question or ordinary.

So. I guess I'm the real girlfriend.

Or the sex girl.

Or the friend.

Or....

crap.

This didn't solve anything.

limpy99 said...

Hang on, I'll call you at 11:36 pm. That's the "explain everything call" time.