There are some times bigger is just better. Smaller is not always better. Regardless of what some want to believe.
There was a day (when I worked) when I kept my calendar synched to my smartphone. But here’s the honest truth: I always kept a month-at-a-glance hard copy calendar because I often had to see an entire month’s events. Have you ever tried to do that on a tiny phone?
I didn’t think so. Now, I don’t use the calendar on my phone at all. It’s a pain in the ass to enter events and I can keep a monthly datebook by hand far more easily. One that I can actually read.
Yes, I live in Silicon Valley. Yes I had a career in tech. Yes, I love technology.
No, I will never again use the calendar on my phone to keep my events straight.
Unless you are bored out of your gourd and have no access to a normal-sized screen.
Which today is AT LEAST 42 inches if not bigger.
Yes, bigger is better when it comes to video.
Even though in my youth I did spend time with a small brain who had a big, beautiful body.
What can I say? I was young and callow. I wouldn’t do it now.
A brain is required now.
And related to brains:
Look, I’m terribly sorry if yours is small, because bigger is pretty much better. Unless it’s too big, in which case it might not be. But yeah, in general, bigger is better. Sorry.
Men or women that are skin and bone are just unattractive. Give me a big girl or guy any damn day. Aesthetically? More my thing.
It’s no secret that I have always liked my men big and brawny and that I spend most of the time at the gym watching my husband’s shoulders and back, some my favorite body parts. I will say no more, except to hint that my other rules apply here, too.
It’s true that I didn’t always appreciate the endowment that I was given but now that I realize how much money women invest in having breasts even larger than mine, I consider them an asset. Literally.
So those were just a few of the ways in which I believe bigger is better. Smaller? Not so much.
Your thoughts on this?