I'm not sure if this has been a point of discussion for the community before but it seemed like something I should post about. On MTV there is a show called Guy Code giving semi-helpful tips for guys. These tips include relationship advice, personal life, and other matters. 

Has anyone seen the show? Any thoughts on the show?

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I haven't seen many episodes but from what I have seen I thought it was funny. It seemed to me to be in touch with real problems guys tend to encounter (how to hide a boner for example). Of course, most of the topics on the show would never wind up on a site like AoM, and thankfully so. But it was still funny to watch. It was good entertainment, nothing more.

"Of course, most of the topics on the show would never wind up on a site like AoM..."

Aint' that the truth. This place is stuffier than grandad's "stiff sock."

We have areas suitable for almost any topic.  Feel free to ask/discuss anything you wish.  Just make sure it goes into the right pigeonhole.

You sound robotic Chuck. I'm witing for; "...and please step this way into your designated seat, blast off will commence shortly."

Robotic? 

 

As a lifelong computer/technology nerd, I'll take that as a compliment.  Thanks, Cisco.

Domo arigato.

 

Oh, and in the event of a water landing, your seat cushion can be used as a flotation device.  :)

I'll take your advice and see if it's true.

It should be an interesting experiment.  I look forward to the results.

There's the door.


JB

I could give a flying f*ck who wants me here. I'll leave when I'M ready and not because someone is going to make that decision for me, you two ghouls. Ever think that I would have just left without fanfare, but because of comments like these I'm actually staying to be thorn to you just on principle?

You forgot to remind us that you are gay

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