What are some things you guys do that make you feel like a man?

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I always feel like a man when I'm watching wrestling.

Chopping wood and home improvement-type construction.

The wild thing, to be sure.


Shave with a straight razor while smoking.

Drink Old Rasputin and Wild Turkey, straight up.

Every time Melanie and I have sex, furniture gets broken. I gave up on bed frames after the third one.

Laugh about truly sick shit (A real call: Kid got pulled head-first into a grain auger. Deputy on scene asks me "Do you think he'll make it?", just to see me squirm. My response: "Nope, he's screwed." Follow it with truly deranged laughter.)

Cook bacon butt-naked.

Quote Dante in Italian while working at a hardware store. Great way to welcome new employees. All that "Abandon all hope, ye who enter here" stuff, you know?

You're answers are awesome. Especially number one.

that reply is golden.. well done man. well done. 

1.  Surfing

2.  Climbing mountains

3.  Making a campfire

4.  Sex

5.  Working with my hands in any way

Fixing something.

Making something.

Solving something.

Lifting something.

Conquering something (usually fear of some kind)

Helping someone.

Pleasuring someone.


Definitely +1



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