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The Shirtless Man

Shirtlessness is the essence of manliness.

Location: The beach, the jogging trail, or wherever else we want.
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What can we do to Increase Acceptance of Shirtlessness

Started by Bruce Uall. Last reply by Kevin Allen Sep 15. 67 Replies

What can we do increase the acceptance of being shirtfree?This, to me, is the over-riding question I have about men being relaxed, without a shirt when it's not needed or wanted.  We can point to…Continue

Abercrombie advertising

Started by Kevin. Last reply by Salt Dragon Sep 11. 3 Replies

In his discussion about whether his shirtless picture was classroom appropriate, Brown fox mentioned Abercrombie & Fitch bags.  If you live in a town with an A&F, then you know that these…Continue

A funny story

Started by Steve Fine. Last reply by Salt Dragon Sep 11. 1 Reply

So my wife is describing a neighbor who we don't know:Wife: "This guy mows his lawn shirtless all the time"Me:  " really - how do you know his name is Moses Long?"Okay - you had to be there, gets us…Continue

Essential shirtless experiences growing up.

Started by Stein. Last reply by Northumbrian Aug 21. 69 Replies

What were yours?For me they included almost daily games of hoops skins and hearing the girls hoot,Taking my shirt before fighting a guy usually wearing Levis.Doing yardwork f8r wonen and being and…Continue

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Comment by Jack Smith on September 7, 2016 at 6:48am

Having a wonderful shirtless moning while I drink my second cup of coffee! What a great waty to start the day.

Comment by Lumpy52403 on July 16, 2016 at 10:44pm

It was hot and humid this evening here in Iowa, and I was mowing the lawn. I started out in a sleeveless t-shirt, but I finally pulled it off and did the rest of the yard shirtless. It felt great! Granted, it was the back yard only, but still, I'm usually very hesitant to go shirtless.

Comment by Mark Smith on July 11, 2016 at 10:04pm

That's cool SD! 

Comment by Salt Dragon on July 11, 2016 at 9:46pm

Just dropped off my car at 9.30 about a mile away and walked home shirtless through this middle class suburb. It's in the 80s and pitch dark and it felt great. 

Comment by Northumbrian on July 2, 2016 at 6:55pm
I don't care for the Arizona heat but I always enjoy seeing shirtless men this time of year
Comment by Wild Man on June 30, 2016 at 12:00pm

AHHHH, Summer is here! Season of the Shirtless!!!!!

Comment by Matt Eo on June 30, 2016 at 1:52am

I hate wearing a shirt in a warm rain, running or not!  A wet shirt makes it impossible to move comfortably, and feeling the water directly is so freeing.

Comment by Tim on June 23, 2016 at 11:00pm

Yeah man..I've ran shirtless during a warm summer rain..lots of fun and refreshing too! It's like taking a shower.

Comment by Wild Man on June 23, 2016 at 11:56am

I love dancing and running through hot summer storms with clothes and without. Its super freaking fun dudes! I've always loved storms and would wake up in the middle of the night when I heard the crash of thunder to watch. We had a big bay window and I'd just lay there and watch the natural fireworks. So the rain n storms are the best. Never thought about washing the car though. I have to try that one!!

Comment by Salt Dragon on June 23, 2016 at 9:17am

Shirtless storm running sounds great!  When I lived in Munich I went out for a naked jog in a storm (near the nudist section of the park) and a shirtless run would be the next best thing.  Thanks for the idea.  Just gotta watch for lightning1  Sometimes however a little risk adds spice to life.  Who wants to sit in the basement every time a tornado watch is announced?

 

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