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Chris J.'s Discussions

What's the Manliest Book You Would Like to Read?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ben Apr 15, 2013. 33 Replies

Hello guys. I was wondering what the manliest book/novel you've would like to read? Me, I like something with a lot of action or adventure in it, like a man's survival in the wilderness. Or a man's…Continue

How to be More Confident in Myself

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Feb 26, 2013. 23 Replies

Hello guys, this is my very first discussion post and I would like your advice gaining confidence in myself. Whenever I see myself in the mirror, I see a coward. I feel as though that I don't have…Continue

Hi, I'm new here

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eliabe Vidal Jul 24, 2012. 1 Reply

Hello, everyone. My name is Chris, and I am in my 20s and single. I am currently attending college, trying to pursue in bachelor's degree in sport management. I'm quite shy around people, reserved…Continue

 

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Chris J. left a comment for T Patrick Bailey
"Hey, thanks for friend request, bud! Let's chat sometimes."
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Chris J. left a comment for Barry Bailey
"Thanks for adding me, bud! Take care!"
Tuesday
Chris J. replied to Bofur the dwarf's discussion What Do You Do That Makes You Feel Like A Man?
"Mowing the lawn, watching football, playing football, working hard at your job, jogging/exercising, taking responsibility, etc."
Monday
Chris J. replied to Brett McKay's discussion Best Phone Apps for Men
"Maybe some sports-related gaming apps?"
Monday
Chris J. replied to Hyrum Higgins's discussion On the wearing of hats
"Usually, whenever I'm inside a building and sitting down, then i would remove my ball cap and either keep it on my lap or a table next to me. However, if I'm inside doing work, then i wouldn't think about removing it."
Monday
Chris J. left a comment for Adam Parker
"Thanks for the add! Take care!"
Monday
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College Gentlemen

Young men, trying to learn the ways of becoming a true gentleman.
Jun 19
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Men of Geography

A group for all professional (and amateur) geographers and those who appreciate geography.
Jun 19
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Gentlemen Skeptics

Discussions on science, pseudoscience, education, and general skepticism.May contain discussions on religion, cynicism, and other fragile topics. Not prepared on machinery used to process nuts.See More
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Lumberjacks

Because no one is more manly than a lumberjack. Talk of forestry, logging, milling, wood stoves, fireplaces, etc.See More
Jun 19
Alan K replied to Chris J.'s discussion Difficulty with being confident/making friends in the group Growing in Manliness
"So, I am in my 50s & still struggle with the feeling that I'm on the outside looking in.  I am an introvert by nature but I love the company of others and enjoy good conversation with other men or groups.  I have learned…"
May 30
Chris replied to Chris J.'s discussion Difficulty with being confident/making friends in the group Growing in Manliness
"It can be tough. I find it easier to make a friend, and then get introduced to other friends via my new friend. It's a nice way to expand the social circle in a non-threatening way. "
May 26
Joe W replied to Chris J.'s discussion Difficulty with being confident/making friends in the group Growing in Manliness
"I'm definitely much quieter when I'm the new person in the group, but quiet and reserved is certainly the opposite of who I am once I get used to people. It takes time and, I guess, I just want to know who I'm dealing with."
Feb 22
Jesse Harper replied to Chris J.'s discussion Difficulty with being confident/making friends in the group Growing in Manliness
"Well said. I'm 35 and still feel this way as well sometimes. Although mine is more of feeling uncomfortable in new surroundings and new people. After time has gone by and I feel more comfortable, I tend to let my guard down."
Feb 20
Joe W replied to Chris J.'s discussion Difficulty with being confident/making friends in the group Growing in Manliness
"Chris, I believe I know where you're coming from. I went through a similar period and, if I'm not mistaken, I believe it was around my early to mid twenties. Go figure. Don't overwhelm yourself with the idea of jumping into a whole…"
Feb 20

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I like to watch sports, such as football (pro and college), baseball, rugby, wrestling and rodeo. I also like to draw, read, learn from other people's cultures and exercise.
Movies
The Dark Knight, 300, etc.
Music
Rock, alternative, techno, etc.

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At 7:46pm on January 4, 2014, Paul said…
Some great posts there!
At 4:37pm on November 19, 2013, steve smith said…

Thanks Man! For the friend accept. Look forward to Chat sometime.

Steve :D

 
 
 

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