曼联对巴萨 www.klcide.com.cn I believe, in fact, that most women would prefer a man to be glumly uncommunicative than to spill his guts at the drop of a hat.
glumly /'gl?mli/ adv. 憂郁地;悶悶不樂地(glum的副詞)
spill one’s guts 告密
at the drop of a hat 突然
The push for men to express their feelings presumes that we have feelings, and we do have a few, but they remain submerged, and the airing of them often violates their authenticity.
submerge /s?b'm??d?/ vt. 完全掩蓋, 遮掩
I am no biologist, but my guess is that the male human animal was programmed for silence. I would go so far as to argue that men were programmed to be isolated from one another and that aloneness is our natural state. Silence in male friendships is our way of being alone with each other.
Once men have established a friendship, that itself is the word. The affection is obvious, at least to us. A main component of our silence is an appreciation of the obvious.