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Manly pampering. For lack of a better term

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Dec 9, 2013. 12 Replies

I read a lot of posts on AOM and enjoy them all. I love that this site is restoring manliness. I'm not sure how " manly " this post is but here it goes. My wife went on a beauty run today, facial,…Continue

Healthy recipes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Big Bad Moose May 27, 2013. 5 Replies

I'm wondering if anyone has any recipes that are cheap, easy and take 20-30 minutes to make. My wife and I want to dirt but can't afford a lot of the healthier foods. We eat a lot of chicken and fish…Continue

Proud dad

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shahan Feb 10, 2013. 12 Replies

So my son is out of the fancy triple blade leg shaving razors and asked me to show him how to use my saftey razor. So I went into the bathroom and showed him how to use my soap and brush, how to prep…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by James Deeds Dec 29, 2011. 21 Replies

everytime I try to get on here,it doesnt want to load.all I get is theat wood grain background.keep having to refresh until it comes up.not sure if its aom or my computerContinue

 

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John replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"Very awesome. You are a lucky man."
Dec 9, 2013
James Deeds replied to Alex Romo's discussion What's your manly hobby?
"Also, my work is a hobbie. I own a detail shop. We do oil changes, paint repair, compounding, carpet and headliner replacement, interior dye, etc. I have never thought of it as work."
Jul 9, 2013
James Deeds replied to Alex Romo's discussion What's your manly hobby?
"I like to refurbish old yard and farm tool. The farm tools I just clean up and reassemble, and paint. They're just for looks. The yard equipment is nothing hard to do. I have antique edgers that I sharpen the wheel on, reel mowers that I do the…"
Jul 9, 2013
D.J. replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"Seems almost too good. But if it's wrong to enjoy her treatment of you (assuming it actually happened), then I wouldn't want to be right. "
Jul 9, 2013
James Deeds replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"@ chad, like your answer. You're absolutely right. @rick shelton, no idea. I like to think she was just being nice, but we'll see"
Jul 9, 2013
Chad H replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"Some might call it unmanly, but in my opinion your morals and values are what makes you a man, not your dress, hygiene etc. Alot of males seem to think having chest hair and stubble is what makes a man. They are the ones quick to judge, and question…"
Jul 9, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"So, what did she want?"
Jul 9, 2013
James Deeds replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"Ok, I've never heard of sky fall so obviously I've never seen it. And call bluff all you like, I wasn't posting this to impress anyone. Just thought it was an awesome thing my wife did. And, she does know how to use a straight razor.…"
Jul 9, 2013
D.J. replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"Yep. I'm calling the bluff on this one."
Jul 9, 2013
Dakota Caraway replied to James Deeds's discussion Manly pampering. For lack of a better term
"Sounds like you have an awesome wife and should do something special and spontaneous in return."
Jul 9, 2013
James Deeds posted a discussion

Manly pampering. For lack of a better term

I read a lot of posts on AOM and enjoy them all. I love that this site is restoring manliness. I'm not sure how " manly " this post is but here it goes. My wife went on a beauty run today, facial, hair, nails, wax, etc. she got a massage, and all that stuff. Then she did something completely unexpected. When she got home, she had a very nice cigar for me and the ingredients for martinis. She put a tea kettle on the stove and put peppermint oil in the water. She had me lean over it with a towel…See More
Jul 9, 2013
William W. How replied to James Deeds's discussion Healthy recipes
"Buy ground turkey or ground veal instead of pork or beef. Make burgers on the stove using olive oil. Use whole wheat buns. The veal will need some seasoning - powdered garlic, steak rub, whatever. Pound-for-pound, veal has less fat and less calories…"
May 27, 2013
James Deeds replied to James Deeds's discussion Healthy recipes
"Great advice from you guys. Thus far portion control has been a bitter enemy. I'll try the stir fry and try to get my portions right. Can't believe I didn't think of stir fry"
May 26, 2013
David F. replied to James Deeds's discussion Healthy recipes
"Microwave the asparagus and such veggies for about 1-2 min at a time.  We do about 3 rounds of such cooking. You have to do it in rounds but you can get it as tender as you wish this way. Beats steaming. The other way to deal with…"
May 14, 2013
Jeffrey Glander replied to James Deeds's discussion Healthy recipes
"Stir fry is your friend.  I just cut and cook up the chicken in a frying pan and then throw the veggies in, get a good fry on them since I like it a little burnt, put it over rice*, sauce as neccesary, and bam your done.    *I…"
May 14, 2013
James Deeds posted a discussion

Healthy recipes

I'm wondering if anyone has any recipes that are cheap, easy and take 20-30 minutes to make. My wife and I want to dirt but can't afford a lot of the healthier foods. We eat a lot of chicken and fish and a little pork and beef. Lots of vegetables too. I just need some ideas on how to make them in a hurry and taste good because we both work a lot. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.JDSee More
May 13, 2013

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http://americanmobiledetail.webs.com and kingsautopartsllc.com
Interests
I like to spar...mma,boxing,kung fu..etc.but have trouble finding a partner.I love doing manly things....cutting trees for fire wood,hunting,fishing...recently got into spear fishing.I love camping.kind provides me with alot of activities at one time.

another interest is getting outside my own world.I know what it takes for me to be a man.but I'm interested in others points of views.everyone has their own faith,work,ideas and so on.I want to know those things about people and how it builds them into men.I have a very strong faith in God and Christ is my saviour.I'm not here to debate His existance.I'm just very interested in learning about the jewish faith,islam,buhdism,taoism,paganism,and whatever else is out there that I dont know about.

I'm here to promote the fact that its ok to be a man.Men,quit letting your wives read books that say it is'nt.they're not from Mars,we're not from Venus.we're men and damn proud of it.

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Books
yankee doodle dandy and give me liberty by Noel B.Gerson,Solomons builders,young washington,stonewall jackson's book of maxims...most history and political books
Movies
steve martin movies,clint eastwood movies,john wayne movies etc.I watch movies with actors that were'nt ashamed to be men
Music
anything but rap.specifically,some artists are Frank Sinatra,Tom Jones,Dean Martin,Hank williams jr,lynyrd skynyrd..alot of symphony music...just not rap
Quote
If our desires are for the things of this world,they are never to be satisfied.Pleasure,position,popularity,wealth and appearance are among the whistles in life which can't be satisfied,and for which many people pay too much.-B.Franklin in his article "I paid too much for the whistle"

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A REAL MAN

Posted on May 1, 2013 at 1:42pm 0 Comments

A REAL MAN

A SPARTAN- a man must have the strength and fighting ability of a spartan. He must be able to defend his family, home, wealth and property. He must be unwavering in this. He must constantly train to become better.

A COWBOY- he must have the grit, the perseverance, know how and working mans ingenuity to be able to fix things and keep them running smoothly. He needs to have the same work ethic and steel jaw and be able to take the punches of life and get back up.

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A plea to the gentlemen of America

Posted on March 21, 2011 at 9:19am 4 Comments

I cant help but wonder what happened to the days when it was honorable to have honor.Men acted like gentlemen and women acted like ladies.They raised their children to have a level of respect and taught them to act like ladies and gentlemen.when it was honorable to pray in public,discipline your children or to hold the door for a lady.when people would speak to each other without using vile,disgusting language,or hatred in their hearts.When a man was measured by his deeds and his works,and…

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