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Nate replied to Mongoose's discussion Methinks "Manly" is a Misnomer?
"I am a man. While I believe in many traditional manly virtues like being competent, capable,strong, and ethical the fact is.... ....whatever a man decides to do is manly."
18 minutes ago
Sir replied to Mongoose's discussion Methinks "Manly" is a Misnomer?
"When I googled it I found  having or denoting those good qualities traditionally associated with men, such as courage and strength. (of an activity) befitting a man, especially in a traditional…"
37 minutes ago
Native Son replied to Zach.Riggs's discussion Reading
"I originally had a Sony Reader.  I liked several aspects of the Reader user interface better than my Kindle Fire.  Unfortunately, the Sony download was a ridiculous PITA. You had to buy the book online, download it onto your PC and then…"
3 hours ago
R. Max 2.0 replied to Ian M's discussion Girlfriend was flirting with one my friends - am I over-reacting?
"She's a Russian sleeper agent. The trigger is other dudes."
5 hours ago
Jack Bauer replied to Mongoose's discussion Methinks "Manly" is a Misnomer?
"Those were paraphrases of the dictionary definition of the term. The only way they're "kind of like" that nonsense is if you're reading them with the intent to misunderstand or dispute them. JB"
5 hours ago
Jack Bauer replied to Ian M's discussion Girlfriend was flirting with one my friends - am I over-reacting?
"Mark your territory. Certainly an option. JB"
6 hours ago
Jack Bauer replied to Mongoose's discussion Methinks "Manly" is a Misnomer?
""Manly" was what we were defining. But, it's a qualitative term, so you're not going to be able to define yourself past reasonable differences of opinion. That doesn't make the term undefinable, though. Even where opinions…"
6 hours ago
Shane replied to Ian M's discussion Girlfriend was flirting with one my friends - am I over-reacting?
"ITT: Men overthink it. Just fuck her. Hard. Fast. Sweaty. Don't wait till you get home. Don't talk. Just fuck. And by fuck I mean; put your penis in her vagina and slam vigorously and repeatedly until you're both dehydrated."
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