In this post I asked what a lone wolf and a rogue elephant have in common. Never noticed Linda’s gracious reply to it, but she says she has no idea. I thought the post’s content, plus the “bonus question”, gave the answer away.
Ladies, what does a lone wolf and a rogue elephant have in common?
Bonus questions: suppose you drive ever-more males from the herd, who band together and find that life becomes easier and food more plentiful and sport more available?
Lone wolves and rogue elephants are always male. Always. Females do not ever leave the pack or herd. Which is one reason why distaff consternation and indignation is so splutteringly funny. They cannot fathom how guys can drop out, even though hanging out with like-minded bros is paradise compared to the lonely existence of the solitary wolf, elephant…or, of course, worm.
LOL Hey thanks for telling me the answer! I feel kinda dumb now, but mostly just way too deep in the trees to see the obvious forest. Or is it the other way around? Oy.