“A Log With Her Legs Spread Wide” Chapter 1: “The Head - In The Underpants”
The Head - In The Underpants
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......One fine day a woman found out that her head is in “the underpants” more often than the head of a man is. It was the first landmark period in the life of mankind. It continues to this day, without break for glacial periods. The squirrel was the symbol of cuteness of the last period. At least woman was chosen symbol of cuteness in the period of “the head in the underpants”. Men could not get over the fact that they also live in the same era. They even tried to understand the pain during the menstrual cycle. But after they were advised to knock a baseball bat in the balls for a week to get a clear understanding of this female process, men wanted to stay theorists and not move away from figures 100 percent. Even the bonus of understanding oneself after such a strange adult baseball game did not affect the decision of a man to maintain a theoretical distance from women....
The authors of this series of books Andrey Davydov and Olga Skorbatyuk are scientists. The main area of their scientific activity is creation of the Catalog Of Human Souls (catalog of the human population). The creation of this Catalog is unique and based on the discovery the methodology of decoding one of the ancient manuscript. These studies conducted since 1975. In parallel with these fundamental researches Andrey Davydov and Olga Skorbatyuk research the issues of women's and men's psychology. Until 2011 when they were granted the political asylum in the United States they lived in Russia. They have been the authors of scientific articles and series of popular books "Manipulative games for women. Instructions for use of men " in Russian language.
- Catalog Of Human Souls, June 2013
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