We know that the speaker of the poem is Dorothy Parker herself. Knowing that Dorothy is a woman that got the reputation of being hard to please, you can almost assume that it is going to be a very negative poem. She does not know that this is the way every man feels. She might have been writing about past experiences in her own love life, and wants to let it all out because her experiences were negative ones. The audience she was writing for was obviously for females, because she does not talk kindly of the male gender. The theme of the poem is the contrasts of both man and woman. The first two lines talk about how woman wants marriage with but one person at a time, and man is always looking for something new or unusual.
With the alcohol in, his mom out the house and just about everything ready, he had but to wait. The evening rolled around and his friends arrived, they were all dressed in a variation of slutty this and barely covered that, providing plenty of eye candy that usually wouldve given him blue balls, but today he hardly even noticed.
They met him with smiles and hugs, lamenting that it had been so long since they had all been together and as the girls filed in, the music started, the lights dimmed and the party begun. His friends, the girls, were all well accustomed to partying together and he was sure it only took two of them to get a party going in full swing, so having the full gaggle made it easy.
They all laughed and joked about his choice of costume, but that was a necessary component of the evening, he had bought himself the worst Hulk costume he could, a padded onesie providing the general outline and fake muscles, combined with a simple plastic mask for effect, in the room of beautiful girls, dressed to the nines with luscious outfits he recognised as mostly being from the previous year's Halloween, his poor costume stood out, which he hoped, would alleviate some of Amys embarrassment.
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