Hi guys!This is my first post on here :) very excited to be apart of this community!So i've decided to grow my beard and my hair to get this look, what do you guys think? If anyone's curious the dude…Continue
"An article on punctuation, mechanics of writing, and packing punch into writing wouldn't be amiss, since that's a big part of what you're going for.
For being manly, you can survey civilizations' ideas (see Manhood in the…"
"I think that's a really good idea and the website looks clean. What ideas do you have right now. Try and just do a brain dump on paper and get every idea out. Good, bad, ugly, and then just start narrowing down what you want to write…"
"I alter them myself. The problem is that you cannot alter a shirt's shoulders. I usually am able to find shirts which fit, and have a great wardrobe. It's just an issue for work shirts or other shirts which do not have an athletic fit."
"Have you tried tailored shirts? Or taking shirts you buy and having them altered? Alterations aren't as expensive as you'd think they are, and you'll get a much cleaner fit, which will make your frame look even better."
"Well, I officially have a Yeard, I think. And it's also today that I have my hair cut. Since it appears that the long beard does not make me look more attractive, but less, I shall have my barber trim up my beard (and, thus, elate my wife, who…"
Romance is manly. And every man should know how to plan a great night out for his woman. But, let's face it, sometimes ideas are few and far between. This group is for exchanging ideas about the venerable "Date Night" and other acts of romance.
Tell me if what I am noticing is a real phenomenon, or just me:I've been lifting for about two years, and there is muscular growth around my chest, biceps, and triceps. This has affected how my shirts fit, and I've needed to give away many of my old t-shirts and dress shirts. However, I am not sure what's happening with shirts with regard to the shoulder seam.That seam where the sleeve connects with the torso of the shirt should be at the top of your arm, not down your arm. If it's down your…See More