I just deleted a friend from Facebook. A “friend” I “met” on the internet when I was in 9th grade. He’s always been a grade A ass, but I’ve been able to put up with it or ignore it, but today he pissed me off and it was time to cut him off. Ah, it feels so good to delete another person from my Facebook. I wonder why that feels so good? Hmmm…
So, somehow, we got on the subject of Low T. He says that it’s caused by men being “lazy, couch potatoes who won’t get up and exercise and eat right.” So I went a little crazy on him. I know two couples who are struggling to make their families because their husbands have Low T. They are spending thousands of dollars on medical treatments to try and have a child any way they can. I THINK if they could just workout and eat differently, they would. Then later in the conversation (I guess after he Googled it) he said that it could be caused by other things, but that the majority is caused by men just being lazy. I was fuming. My husband doesn’t have the lowest testosterone, but it is lower than average, which causes a low sperm count with low motility and high morphology. This is part of our struggle, and this jackass claiming that he knows all about it because his libido was low once because he hadn’t worked out in a couple weeks makes me SO ANGRY. My husband plays basketball, softball, football, disc golf, regular golf and any other type of sport he can and he also eats right and isn’t over weight.
Did I overreact deleting him? Nope, it was time. He just happened to cross a line he didn’t know he was crossing and then once he was told there was a line and that he was walking all over it, is proceeded to do a dance on top of it and rub his dirty shoes all over it. So glad I don’t have to deal with people like that in my real life. If I did, I would hope that they would be smart enough to believe someone who obviously knows more about it than they do and shut their mouths until they are more informed.
Whew… sorry about the rant, but that really made me upset.