Happy Endings

Wikipedia defines a 'Happy Ending' as an ending of a plot of fiction which everything turns out for the best for everyone except the villain. The one thing the gets me about this definition, is that they state a happy ending can only be obtained from a piece of fiction. I want to believe that happy endings exist in a non-fiction world as well. Am I wrong for thinking that?

Let's break it down! There are different types of happy endings, primarily categorized by age and gender. Now ... These are all my assumptions, I'm not saying I know it all or that I know what you consider a happy ending, but please feel free to inform me of any other types of happy ending that I may have missed.
Starting wit the simplest ... Young men (ages 21 - 27), a happy ending to them involves sex, money and drugs ... Not necessarily in that order. Try to emulate "Scarface" and their good. Men, ages 28 thru 45 want stability. A relationship they would be happy to maintain for a while with a person that makes them happy, gives good head and can cook. Older men (46 and older) require willingness to be bored out of their mind. As long as they can find a companion willing to watch "Wheel of Fortune" marathons, change their diapers and still cook a feast, that will drive men to the pharmacy to increase Viagra's stock.

Now for the women. As complex as you women seem, I believe you all want the same thing, a man that treats you like shit, beats you on a regular and doesn't appreciate you ... #SGMChill! ... I'm sorry, went off on a tangent there ... Ok, I'm good ... Back to reality ... You women want an assertive man to take care of the house and dig that back out consistently. As long as you think your life is on the same path as the Cosby's, you will cream your pants every morning.

Here's the thing, I think we all want a happy ending, but are often discouraged by other peoples flaws, problems, baggage, dilemmas and sub-conscious inability to be happy. Then we write it off as being unable to find the right one/perfect one, when we already know that person doesn't exist. To be quite honest, most of the time its ones fears that are holding them back (check out our video blog regarding Fears).

As simple as this may sound, I think communication is the root of all happy endings. Well, that and total/complete understanding wit a TON of f*cking patience. Because once you completely open up to someone (a good person) that's only fuel for that person to make you more happy. You have to de-robe yourself before stepping into the massage parlor.

So as soon as we can get past the non-sense, happy endings will exist in real life and not just in fairy tails (and/or massage parlors ... Wink wink)

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This is actually great, such a great point of view. People should really try to be like this. At least make the most out of anything and just be happy. - Mallory Fleming

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