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MAN Before Gentleman

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Cooking for one

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Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?

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Morning

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"When you gonna stop doin' that?"

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Manly Hand Lotions

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Shaving in the military

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Brandon Millwood replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?
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Morning

Hello there everyone. My name is Brandon I have been reading the AoM for years. I'm a 25 year old cook living in Maine and have no real plans on leaving, except to travel with my future wife. I didn't have any strong male figures in my life so I have used the AoM to help me learn and become a better man.See More
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