Significance is a victim of population too. I live in a city of approximately 65,000 people yet we have the second largest population of gay and lesbians per capita in North America. Second of course to San Francisco. So statistics play around with the per capita thing to make it seem outrageously high or insanely low, all to fit the point they are trying to make.
There are 3 male humans, 1 male dog, 5 male fish, and a male cat in my house,
Then there's me.
Using the art of statistics, even though 7 males aren't even human, a statistician would make the conclusion that my households gender ratio is 10:1 ignoring to mention the fact that, again 7 are not even human.
^^ I feel like I lost my point and don't know how to get it back...
Oh we'll hopefully you get it.
As for winter in Canada, lets just say winter is meant for cozying... Makes sense considering both my boy were born in the summer
It's just me, my ramblings and the elevator music in my head.
Me: bi, reformed wild-child turned mom and house maid LOL
Crux: straight/hypersexual, possibly mono?
BC: our son, 5 years
CM: second son 9 months.
Mouse: girlfriend! Status new, feelings not so much.