Day1: I like this one coz for all its passive non-PCness... in the end it makes sense. =P
Don't get me wrong. I know Im objectifying women, but I do so without malice. I know in my own heart I don't mean anything bad by it. I just talk about everything that way. That's what all men do. We look at a picture in Playboy and say,
"Whew. Nice lines."
When we get to know the woman as a person, she's no longer an object. I wonder if it's similar but reversed for women? Because of our appearance, they project all sorts of feelings onto us that aren't there:
"That guy's like such and such, I can tell. He wants me."
Then they get to know us and we wind up as objects.
"I always knew he was a lug nut."
- Tim Allen, Don't Stand Too Close To A Naked Man