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Sometimes Men Like To Be The Little Spoon Too

If you don't know, now you know.

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Spooning has been around for hundreds of years.

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Your parents have done it.

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Your grandparents have done it.

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And dinosaurs probably did it, too.

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And during that ridiculously long timeline, one thing has always remained constant: men (or male dinos) have been the big spoon.

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Why? Because the majority of men are bigger than their partner, making the spooning connection a perfect fit.

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But that's not fair.

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We, too, like the warm comfort accompanied by being the little spoon.

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For too long our arms have been locked in uncomfortable positions with our back exposed to the outside world.

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So right here and right now I would like to ask that the ladies of the world take one for the team and occasionally act as the big spoon.

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It may not be a perfect fit, but that's OK, because we're not spoons; we're people.

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