What bring you to Louisiana? I was born in Baton Rouge and lived on the outskirts until 2006. I live in Dallas temporarily. When/if I find a job there, I plan on moving back. Hopefully to the NOLA…Continue
I grew up in New Orleans and Lafayette, and have spent many years in Lafayette, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. I am currently living in China, but my dear home state of Louisiana will always be in my…Continue
Who's going this year? I plan on heading to St. Charles near Gallier Hall Saturday, then maybe further Uptown Sunday night. Not sure about Lundi/Mardi Gras, but I'd love a Zulu coconut at some point…Continue
"Straight from one of the ladies I've been talking to. Compressed version: she works at a game store and finds that the major attitude is dismissive of her being any expert on the subject. Encourages teaching children about strong females in…"
Sometimes a man feels he needs to express things visually that aren't all that attractive. Respect for our thoughts and ideas are hard to come by in our current "politically correct" world. No need to be polite here. Show us what you got. It could be a drawing, painting, political cartoon, caricature -- any kind of art -- by you or someone else.See More
"Forget the books. Set an example by being the kind of man you would want your sister to end up with. And set the expectations (politely) for the live-in about how he needs to act in the home. Some rent, yard work, clean the bathrooms, etc. Not try…"
"I live in the Land of 10,000 lakes and grew up here fishing a number of them. Unfortunately, geography and the type of fish you're looking to catch plays a large role into how to fish. I don't have any experience in Nevada, so…"
"I'm well aware that this dynamic can exist between two men as well, I just thought that most of the guys here wouldn't have any insight on that situation, which I found equally confusing. I've never wanted anything like a male-female…"
"Thank you for the insight. I'm realizing that I value traditionally masculine attributes much more than traditionally feminine attributes like being supportive and nurturing, which never even occurred to me as something to view positively…"