Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 14, 2011
Today the DMC is announcing it has set up a new webpage for its sister club, the Decent Women’s Club. Click here: http://www.decentwomensclub.com.
This will be a place where women can share their views about appreciating dull men as well as dull, quiet, mundane, and ordinary things in general.
Lee Carlson, co-founder of the Dull Men’s Club, says, “We find that many women like dull men. They tell us dull men are polite. And predictable, reliable, and safe.”
The feeling is mutual, we like these ladies,” Carlson continues. “They accept us the way we are. The DMC is not one of those twelve-step programs. It’s a two-step program: (1) we admit we are dull; (2) we try to keep it that way.”
Recent comments received by the DMC are:
- “A dull man is so handy to have in the house, especially in the kitchen — they even enjoy doing the dishes.” Lucy in Andover, Hampshire (England).
- “I like my dull man because he’s always home. I don’t worry when I can’t find my keys.” Ellen in New York.
- “Unlike one of those ‘Real Men Don’t Read Maps’ guys, my dull man loves to read maps. And folds them neatly when he’s done.” Janet in Stockbridge, Hampshire (England).
- “It’s difficult to be annoyed at a dull man once you realize he’s clueless that he’s done anything wrong.” Michele in California.
- “I’m thankful that dull men appreciate women who needlepoint. I‘m inspired to stich another row.” Kathy in Nebraska.
- “I like the dull man that’s in my life. We floss together.” Alice in California.
Further comments for this new page will be welcomed. Please email to: contactus(at)dullmen(dot)com.