posted on January 13, 2014 by David Wilson

She who has the Woo Hoo, makes the Rules

ridetoredemptionSince the beginning of time, she who has the woo hoo has always made the rules. Reflecting retrospectively over the last thirty years, I’ve come to realize the absolute power wielded by the receptive woo hoo; as well as the subtle empowerment of men, when graciously received, albeit through continuous seduction or repeated acquiescence.

Sitting beside the gas pumps this morning, at a station in Kingston, Tennessee, in my seven year old pick up, I was startled to see a somewhat attractive young lady, in a relatively new car, make an abrupt right turn off the highway and head straight at me.

With a smile reflecting the initial innocence of Ana, straight out of the shades of gray and projecting the confidence of a well endowed, brass balled monkey, she said,” I’m on empty, I left my wallet at home, I’m late for my baby’s first doctor’s appointment; (pointing to something or someone unseen through the dark tinted windows in the back seat) go ahead and fill me up too.”

No please sir, no will you help me, no can I borrow twenty dollars, no please give me your name and address, so I can repay you; “just fill my car while you’re filling yours.”

Dumbfounded by her audacity, I immediately moved the nozzle from my truck to her car and continued pumping gas with wanton abandon.

Once, about twelve gallons had been deposited into her tank and her gauge, evidently leaning towards full, she said,” that’s enough, please put the cap back on securely,” which I did, just as she drove away, offering only the gesture of wave in her rear view mirror, as she disappeared from sight.

It was in this brief encounter, on this beautiful crisp, Tennessee summer morning, that I realized, she who has the woo hoo, makes the rules. Let there be no mistake; she, who willingly shares it, controls him, who graciously receives it, whether he knows it or not. To be clear, this young lady offered me nothing, but projected the confidence developed through the history of her own woo hoo, that allowed her to make her rules.

Speaking as a member of the male species, with a lifetime of experience, both historically and personally, I can attest to the fact that a receptive woo hoo has and or continues to alter the course of history for the better, while a contentious, unwilling one can bring forth catastrophic results.

Kudos ladies, I’m all for empowering men to move mountains on your behalf, through your willingness to give, to get what you want. Where do you think the words, “behind every successful man, stands a successful woman, came from?” From the beginning of time and with proper etiquette being what it was and is, society has just implied, but not stated in writing, the four most important words that complete this quote, stands a successful woman, “with a receptive woo hoo.”

To men across this country, I hope my introspective blog has enlightened you as much as this recent experience has me. If you’re still not convinced, just stand at a gas pump with a forlorn look on your face, or better yet, stand by yourself, with a receptive heart, plus an open wallet and wait. Within moments, you will be immersed and empowered, with these aforementioned thoughts, while the women currently in your life or soon to be, will enlighten you, enthrall you and direct you to be the best you can be. A little richer maybe, a little poorer maybe, a little wiser definitely; for she who has the woo hoo, makes the rules.

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D J Wilson

D J Wilson

Raised in the mountains of East Tennessee, DJ graduated from Cumberland University and currently lives on Dale Hollow Lake. He has been blessed to travel throughout the world and even more blessed to call Tennessee his home.

As a blogger, featured on many sites, including the Huffington Post, DJ has been humbled beyond measure, more times than not, by the impact his writings have had on the lives of others.

DJ welcome’s the opportunity to share his life-changing philosophies through speaking and writing, while promoting this simple maxim from H.C. Mattern: “The way to happiness: keep your heart free from hate, your mind from worry. Live simply, expect little, give much. Fill your life with love. Scatter sunshine. Forget self, think of others. Do as you would be done by.”

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