Men, just like women, love gifts. Why? Because I am a man and I love gifts very much.
So in this article, I am going to list out 2 gifts that are really great but we fail to appreciate them sometimes (not all of us though).
So let’s begin…
Sometimes men view things that do not appear so beautiful to them as unworthy of consideration. And that’s true.
The reason is that if we don’t like something, we don’t care about it at all.
But guess what? For most men, bringing escorts to them as special birthday, Christmas or an anniversary gift, is something they are really looking forward to.
If you doubt me, then ask a friend of who likes to party.
I remember a friend of mine who, at a time, decided to bring escorts to my home as a special birthday gift. He thought I was going to freak out when I see them but I did not.
In fact, I was overjoyed and I had a fantastic time out with these very beautiful escorts.
The reason why escort girls are a really special gift to us is that they are a perfect companion for a time quality evening, lovely and exciting night or dinner at home or in a restaurant.
That said, are escorts the only gift men fail to appreciate? No. Let’s dive away from human this time and go to something that is a little bit weird to us all. And that is…
Some of these very things that we despise are actually a provision saving us endless hours of drudgery so that we can have time to enjoy the finer things.
Whatever you do in life, be it a doctor, nurse, student, teacher, research, musician, etc., you’ll definitely appreciate these wonderful gifts of nature.
Consider, for example, the earthworm. These, little creatures are absolutely harmless. They sometimes number more than two million in one acre of ground. They work incessantly.
They move from about seven to as much as eighteen tons (6 to 16 metric tons) of soil per acre (.4 hectare) each year, burrowing to depths of eight feet (2.4 meters) below the surface.
Their bodies digest organic matter in the soil, providing a rich source of calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and nitrates, essential for healthy plant growth.
They help to maintain the balance of alkalinity and acidity in the soil. Their burrowing activities bring about aeration and irrigation of the soil and reduce putrefaction.
They drag leaves and other vegetation below ground for the enrichment of the soil.
Now, if it were not for the earthworm, it would be up to man to perform all this work. But alas, it would be impossible for the farmer, working day and night, to prepare his land for crops as does the earthworm. And the cost would be far more than the farmer could bear.
So just as the fruit trees and vegetation produce for mankind with little or no effort on his part, so does the earthworm.
In addition, there is the great army of insects, performing many dull, monotonous chores, releasing man for more intellectual, more pleasurable pursuits.
Regarding the services rendered to mankind by insects, Carl D. Duncan, Professor of Entomology and Botany, San Jose State College, said: “It is not too much to say that insects determine the character of man’s world to a far greater extent than he does himself, and that if they were suddenly to disappear completely the world would be changed so extensively that it is extremely doubtful that man would be able to maintain any sort of organized society whatever.”