Sally: We are just going to be friends, OK?
Harry: Great, friends. It’s the best thing…You realize, of course, that we can never be friends.
Sally: Why not?
Harry: What I’m saying is – and this is not a come-on in any way, shape, or form – is that men and women can’t be friends, because the sex part always gets in the way.
Sally: That’s not true. I have a number of men friends and there is no sex involved.
Harry: No, you don’t.
Sally: Yes, I do.
Harry: No, you don’t.
Sally: Yes, I do.
Harry: You only think you do.
Sally: You’re saying I’m having sex with these men without my knowledge?
Harry: No, what I’m saying is they all want to have sex with you.
Sally: They do not.
Harry: Do too.
Sally: They do not.
Harry: Do too.
Sally: How do you know?
Harry: Because no man can be friends with a woman that he finds attractive. He always wants to have sex with her.
Sally: So you’re saying that a man can be friends with a woman he finds unattractive.
Harry: No, you pretty much want to nail them, too.
Sally: What if they don’t want to have sex with you?
Harry: Doesn’t matter, because the sex thing is already out there, so the friendship is ultimately doomed, and that is the end of the story.

An acquaintance came to me one day and asked me about the “The Ladder Theory” .”How do I know which ladder I belong to ?” he asked me. I didn’t fully grasp the understanding of this theory, so I did the next best thing – I googled for the explanation. After much reading, I finally understood the concept. I must admit, there is indeed 2 ladders for a girl. I was tasked to find out if the guy friends I knew has the intention to sleep with me. Just to validate the truth of the theory. Guess what, all of them did ! I salute their honesty and indeed I could either be disgusted or flattered. I chose the latter one.
So now, what about the ladder for women? How do you know if you belong to the friend or more than friend ladder ? Simple, just ask her. You must of course ask a girl of decent age and maturity, then she should be able to answer you truthfully. After all, we are all adults, we waste too much of our youth playing the hide and seek game. Do bear in mind that the ladder for a girl changes as she grows up. Here’s the simple illustration from Dr. Murray Banks.
At sweet sixteen I first began to ask you Dear Lord for a man
At seventeen you will recall
I asked for someone strong and tall
At Christmas when I reached eighteen
I fancied someone hard and lean
And then at nineteen I was sure
I called for someone more mature
At twenty I still thought I find romance
And someone with a mind
I retrograde at twenty one and found the college boys most fun
My viewpoint changed at twenty two I long for someone who’d be true
I broke my heart at twenty three and asked for someone kind to me
Then long at plaza twenty four for anyone who wouldn’t bore
Now Dear Lord, that I’m twenty five just send me someone who’s alive

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