Hello to all aspiring-/manly readers

Word of this site has reached far and wide and after a brief pondering I have decided to join.

I come from parts far too well known in the middle east where to be completely honest, most males could probbly use more than a lesson or two in manliness. I'm currently saving up to start studying to be an "educated drug dealer" as my father called it.

I hope i'll enjoy my stay at the site

   

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Welcome to the Community, Matan.  It's always good to see some posters from around the globe.  I too hope you enjoy being a member and participating in discussions!

welcome!

Greetings, and welcome to AoM.

אההההה כל ישראלי יודע מה זה להיות גבר להיות גבר: ללבוש כמו ארס להיות גס ולכנס למקלחת פעם בחודש לכל היותר ווואלאה פתאום אתה גבר

Haha, welcome to the site. I'm new too. Good luck studying to become a ... pharmacist? Doctor? Chemist? Whatever your father calls an educated drug dealer.

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