I titled this post in the literal sense, I am actually going to talk about revolving doors. The ones you walk through when you come inside of a restaurant, airport, mall, etc.
You see them everywhere. You have probably been inside of one. Let me ask you this, have you ever used one with a man by your side? Did he do that thing where he stops it, because he thinks he's funny? Well, guess what, it's happened to me too. I can only roll my eyes, I mean why do men think this is funny? I thought I was the only one this happens to, until I've been seated close to a revolving door and I happened to witness the scene. Man ushers woman into the first section so he can help her along. Man gets in behind her, woman takes a step or two and suddenly the door stops. She's trapped. She gets a quick look of "what happened?" on her face and then she looks back with evil stare at the man behind her. He's laughing. I laughed when I saw it happen the first time, not because it was funny, but because I thought to myself, WOW! I am not the only one!
Tonight, sitting near the revolving door again, guess what, it happened again. Seriously?? Is this an unspoken rule of manhood? Does every man torment his wife/girlfriend/sister/mother/stranger? Or are us women just the few *lucky* ones that get graced with this mischief?