The Shirtless Man

Shirtlessness is the essence of manliness.

Location: The beach, the jogging trail, or wherever else we want.
Members: 137
Latest Activity: on Thursday

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Around the house

Started by Stein. Last reply by Brown Fox on Tuesday. 21 Replies

When I am home alone I spend a lot of time wearing I lay my boxersIt feels very manly, comfortable, and a bit like I am misbehaving, which I like. It also provides easy access to the entertainment…Continue

Working Outside Shirtless

Started by Rick Stevens. Last reply by Kurt on Tuesday. 153 Replies

I worked like a dog for nearly 2 hours today installing landscaping around our neighborhood pool.  It felt so invigorating and masculine to be sweating like crazy and shirtless. It is a shame more…Continue

Shirt Style at Work

Started by Peter Amara. Last reply by Kurt on Tuesday. 8 Replies

Hey guys,How do you usually wear collared shirts when at work? For me, I wear no undershirt underneath and I usually unbutton the top two buttons whenever I work then I unbutton the rest when I go…Continue

Shirtless resolutions for 2014

Started by Scott L Ferrell. Last reply by Michael J. K. Jul 25. 36 Replies

I just wondered if any of you guys had any shirtless resolutions for 2014?Continue

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Comment by Alejandro De La Garza on Tuesday

Back sometime in the late 1990s, I was out on a usual jog run; wearing only a pair of sweats and a ball cap.  It started to rain as I headed back to my apartment, and I was soaked by the time I got there.  It felt great though!

A few years ago rain started falling early on a weekday morning, but I still had to take out my dog.  I just donned a pair of nylon swim trunks and stepped outside into a torrential storm.  My dog didn’t mind; he’d just look up at the sky, as if nothing was wrong, and go about his business.  A few people saw me and could only laugh.

Comment by Tim Dienes on Monday

Comment by J. D. on Monday

Had a great time last night being outside shirtless as a good thunderstorm rolled in.  I have always enjoyed storms and have no fear of lightning, so it was great to watch the awesome lightning show and getting soaked in the process.

Comment by ShirtlessGeorge on Sunday
I have decided to spend the entire day shirtless at home 24/7 today, much cooler this way due to the AZ heat. And today nobody here cares if I go shirt free anyway,
Comment by Brown Fox on July 20, 2014 at 8:00am

Even without the page, you can always post here. I've done so.

Comment by Tim Dienes on July 20, 2014 at 6:56am

How about if we had a photo page to post shirtless "selfies"? Thoughts?

Comment by ShirtlessGeorge on July 18, 2014 at 1:36pm
I've spent the entire week shirtless, enjoying every minute of it.
Comment by George Henry Robbins III on July 18, 2014 at 8:40am

Welcome Zbud980. Going shirtless as much as possible is a good life.

Comment by George Henry Robbins III on July 18, 2014 at 8:33am

George T. Did not know myself until friend in California introduced me to sumo. Weight classes start at 120 lbs. True about the swords.

Comment by Michael J. K. on July 17, 2014 at 10:19pm

It is much nicer with out a shirt.  Hi Zbud


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