"In a way, I think is kind of a shame that there is so much anxiety over something that probably would have been laughable to my father's generation. While growing up, to my knowledge anyway, I never heard any guy talk about shaving his…"
"I just don't understand some men's almost phobia about body hair. Men have body hair, women have boobs. They go with the gender. I think maybe trimming may be OK, but I'm just not sure about shaving chests and backs."
"Well I must agree to a point. I will not shave my pits or legs thats just not for me at all And never even considered my arms. If one day I start sporting back hair or start growing a sweater I will address it at the time. I am not a hairy guy so I…"
What's your take on men shaving/trimming their backs, chests, legs, and least we forget, the bean bag and pole among other places?Personally, I believe it's hygienic and perfectly natural as excessive hair came about through evolution for a reason 10,000 years ago for factors that not longer exist in most mens' lives. Also, it's better for those intimate moments when a partner doesn't want hair in their mouth.I'm not for shaving EVERYWHERE smooth. It gives men an effeminate look when their arms…See More
"Outdoors tasting: Dress shoes, stylish blue jeans, a polo style shirt and semi casual sport jacket is fine.
If the tasting is indoors, dress one step up from that.
If the tasting is in a restaurant, dress one more step up…"
"Where are you at? If you were in the Texas Hill Country for one of the many vineyards on the 290 trail, I would say nice jeans with cowboy boots and a nice button up if you are also there to network. Would say the same for the Sonoita wine area…"
I am a rather average man of height standing at a regular height of 5'10. I would like to be taller because I feel it would increase my confidence and level out the playing field that is dating. Does anyone mind sharing their height and discussing how it has affected their life? Please share. Thank you.See More
I'm going to a wine tasting and vineyard tour event. There's also a bit of networking opportunities to be had. Any ideas of what to wear? My natural instinct always leads me to a waistcoat. Maybe a suit. Maybe a tweed jacket. But if I'm touring a vineyard, there's a possibility it could be muddy. Then there's the wine tasting and networking with possible future employees, I still need to be on top form with my clothes. Any ideas?See More