"It is a good list but I have issues with the following:
18. There is nothing unmanly about leaving beer in the bottom of a glass if you are in a hurry.
19. Yes, I agree. But you need to tackle the root of the lack of confidence too.
29. This advice…"
"Lists like these are fun, and can be reflective too. This one did make me think.
I wanted to point out that I disagree with 2 items: #34 and #44.
My problem with #34 is that I think respect has to be earned. I do however believe that everyone…"
"I'm just speaking from personal experience. I'm 25, when i was in high school I had a friend who happened to be a girl that i had a huge crush on. We talked all the time from sophomore year until graduation, and we attended prom…"
"Never accept being in the friendzone, muster up the confidence to tell her how you really feel. You don't want to be the guy a few years down the road wondering why you never went for it. But when you ask her be confident, stand tall, and pay…"
"I'll get my nephew to help you out, he's getting a crash course. Seriously though other than what my pops has taught me, the only way is to get out there and do it. Don't be afraid there are infinite forums on the interwebs just…"
"For starters i would have to say my truck that i currently own, a 1994 GMC Sierra K1500 AKA my dream truck.
2) 1967 GTO with a 3 deuce
3) 1966 Chevelle with a 396
4) 1970 440 6 pack Hemicuda
5) 1959 Cadillac coupe De Ville
6) 1964 Chevy…"
"In this I agree with you. This is a problem with many who are exceptional in a field or sport. Family money, athletic ability, intelligence, or other abilities seem to garner such deference much to the detriment of the individual's…"
"RS. Missed my point. It's the twin senses of infallibility and personal exceptionalism that are often reinforced by a privileged education. The education itself. (Although, many years ago, it was pointed out that, particularly among…"
"I agree with this suggestion. It seems as though the OP is trying to capture the attention of his group rather than enhance the conversation, an action which could be perceived as a lack of maturity on his part. By talking less, but more…"
It's not just the privileged education. Most who have had people forgive indiscretions in their past bring forward to the present a feeling (or at least it seems so) of infallibility or at least that they can do anything and get,…"