I began this month as a participant of the great male tradition No Shave November. My beard was full and glorious, but my office had opted to go the Movember route and grow out mustaches. A few days…Continue
"Hey, I also own a small online clothing brand! I really like Rumba's site - clean, simple, good price point (especially for watches). I think what's most important is the feel your site gives off. It should represent your brand…"
"First it's the moustache, then?
What if she complains your dick is too big and is having nightmares about it?
Or she doesn't like guys with testicles?
With eight days to go, I would show what a man who is committed to a worthwhile cause…"
"A thought. Did you do this for charity, or simply for solidarity with your coworkers?
If solidarity, don't worry about it. Shave it off. No big loss.
If for charity, however, feel free to use guilt. She finds your mustache unappealing,…"
"That'd be a tough one... I haven't seen my upper lip since I was 19. Almost a quarter-century. But the again, my lovely half has never seen my upper lip. I do honor requests for trimming though. I understand not liking wiry hairs up her…"
""Recurring nightmares of mustaches". "Severe mustachephobia". lol
I suppose all you can do at this point is to reassure her that it's only 'til the end of the month. Remind her that it's for a good cause."
"Mainly comes when there is a change towards mainstream for the fandom. D&D took off hugely in the last 3 years thanks to Game of Thrones, Critical Role, and other shows that have vastly increased the number of people getting into the hobby. Same…"
"Understandably? Why understandably? I can think of plenty of sub-cultures in similar situations that nonetheless welcome noobies so long as the latter demonstrate a certain respect in regards to the sub-culture itself."
"I have always been on the skinny side. I just end up with an extra layer on. It may just be a simple fact that you need a few extra layers.
As to friends drifting away. I hit that when my son was born. All my friends did not…"
There is also, understandably, a culture of exclusion in most fandom-type groups, against great numbers of incoming "fans." Nobody wants their hobby invaded by poseurs and wannabes. This is exacerbated when those wannabes not only think…"
"I admit I don't know anything about that. But the movie, on its own, was simply terrible. Not terrible because it was cramming feminism down anyone's throat, though, because IMO that never happened at any point in the movie. It was just…"
"With GB, the politics was in the choice of director and the casting, and in the extra-curricular statements and press. Not in the script. Mostly. It certainly wasn't an "assumption", though. It was said outright.