M Pumpernickel
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Can owning a cat be manly?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Williams Sep 7. 30 Replies

*before I start, I'll say that I wouldn't abandon him ever, regardless of manlinessSo, I work near a large university with students moving in and out as semesters change. When the summer semester…Continue

Seeking something better

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Jul 2. 1 Reply

My name is Matthew. I'm the managing editor of a 65 year old publication focusing on international folk music based in South Eastern Pennsylvania. I acquired this job when I was 24, I am 26 now. In…Continue

 

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Brad Williams replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"Thank you for this picture.  I just emailed it to my girlfriend with the subject:  How I feel... (she's away at the moment) LOL"
Sep 7
Max replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"But wouldn't his constant Woody Alleness make you stand out as way more manly? O.o"
Sep 7
N. Vest replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
Sep 7
N. Vest replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"You see a man walking down the street with a dog like you know he's not afraid of anything"
Sep 7
Will replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
Sep 7
Will replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
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N. Vest replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
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Dakota Caraway replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
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Steve Dallas replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"Yes"
Sep 5
David F. replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"Leash train him so you can take him to work with you.  I wish I did that with our cats. As to manly, manly is what you make of it.  Whenever I hear is something manly, I think of Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lector, James Bond, Tony Stark,…"
Sep 5
M Pumpernickel replied to John Bravo's discussion I held out sex for love first....Why is it so hard to find a girl who's done the same?
"I've heard that sex is the paramount of a loving relationship. For some people that might be true, but in my own experience, sex is an expression of love, but not the core of love. For some people sex is a sacred thing, but that doesn't…"
Sep 4
Native Son replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"in my humble opinion, once you recal that the cat mearely suffers your existence as a source of kibble, a clean litter box, and head scratches, there's nothing unmanly about sharing your abode with a cat.  Unless of course, you totally…"
Aug 29
P. Stevenson replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"Didn't even think that owning a particular type of a pet could be manly or not, you own a pet that you would like. That's all)"
Aug 29
Cthulhu's Revenge replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"+1"
Aug 22
Kit replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"Its a cat? Who cares if its not manly? If you like it then whats the problem?"
Aug 22
Michael D. Denny replied to M Pumpernickel's discussion Can owning a cat be manly?
"Let me point out something else, just for fun:  Cat's are apex predators, capable of hunting and killing animals as much as twice their body weight. Feral cats are so predatory that in some urban environments, they have completely wiped…"
Aug 22

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