I decided to stop using the art of manliness community a while back..to focus on my work and a few other projects that I have been working on. I'm glad to be back..I've missed the community..there…Continue
"I took the thin removable part with clear windows from a passcase wallet. It is really slim. I carry in it credit/debit card, driver's licence, and insurance card. I always carry it in my front trouser pocket or in my coat. I usually carry…"
"This girl and I are just friends. She has told me in the past that she would never date me. I didn't tell her that what she enjoys sucks...I just said that I'm going to spend less time at the bar down the street because I dislike *it and…"
"You are right man. She has been to the bar 17 times this month at least (judging from foursquare). There is no romantic connection between her and I. I've been avoiding her, she has been holding me back. I've gotten back into running,…"
"I invite people over to my place all the time. I had this tradition of meeting a girl for Monday Night Football at the dive bar down the street. They serve free chili there on this night. Despite the free chili, I still lay down about 20 bucks every…"
"I agree with you about many of the things that you have written. I've tried getting rid of FB and Twitter a couple of times in the past. This is my third attempt. I feel that I've been using both to compare myself to the Joneses digitally.…"
"Ya I like this idea.
I'd put 2/3 of the car payment into an account for repairs and or replacement. We set aside money for tires and such into a non-monthly account. I have to say buying expensive things is allot easier when…"
"I can't say I'm surprised. There are a few layers of challenges there:
1. Political; it has to be entirely French without exception
2. French Canadian / Québecois French and French (from France) are not identical; it's…"
"I'd pick Duolingo to learn how the language works. I'm only kicking ass in Memrise because more memory-oriented so a lot of it (for me) is vocabulary review.
For example, Duolingo taught me that, in Swedish, pojke is boy, pojken is…"