Something dawned on me this morning. Something more than the usual sun coming up over the eastern horizon.
Something that completely struck me as a bit odd.
I follow the writings of several women bloggers. I like what they write. They are funny, informative, down-to-earth, and so much more.
This morning I realized what exactly “so much more” really is.
Several of these intelligent, earthy women really like their men.
More precisely, they like their man’s backside….
They like their man’s backside appropriately adorned in a pair of nice fitting jeans. Wranglers seem to be the top pick.
The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, has a thing for the perfect frame created by a set of chaps properly fastened over a pair of Wranglers. As she says, she’s just keepin’ it real when she shares photos of Marlboro Man’s attire.
Darcie over at My Modern Country goes so far as to call her man Wranglers. I went over there just a few minutes ago to check on some info, and sure enough, there was a nice photo of some well worn, good-fitting wranglers staring me in the face. Apparently he was helping her can some pickles and her camera lost interest in the cucumbers and dill. If my man was helping me can pickles, I’d probably lose interest in the vegetables, spices, and vinegar, too.
And just when you think it’s safe to peruse photos of someone’s beautiful babies, Mama M. at My Little Life slips in a pair of 501 pockets that don’t belong to a ten year old.
I honestly had to ask myself, am I just a sick puppy with a desperate need to see the married butts of men whose wives adore them enough to brag to the rest of us about what they captured?
Or is it possible that I truly admire and appreciate women who adore their men and will publicly acknowledge that fact?
Seeing as to how I have my own set of Wranglers to appreciate and brag about, I think I’ll opt for the second option. He’s more than I can “handle” most days anyway.
However, let it be known to all that the artistic value of a well packaged and framed portrait of men in denim does NOT go unnoticed!