Romance is manly. And every man should know how to plan a great night out for his woman. But, let's face it, sometimes ideas are few and far between. This group is for exchanging ideas about the venerable "Date Night" and other acts of romance.
"I'm eighteen years old, and I wear watches. I feel naked when I don't wear one. I wear watches for both fashion and function. The watches I have though are not loud or bright colored. I have an all black watch that I wear with athletic…"
"Look up videos on youtube! There are a lot of good body weight videos out there; you just have to find them.
Here is a body weight chest workout that I did a couple of days ago that killed me.
I did just regular push ups. I did about 6 sets with 20…"
"Sorry, I forgot to check back in on this post. At Supercuts, they used to use clippers on my hair, but it always cut too short, and I was using number 5 clippers. I asked the lady if she could go longer, but she said that clippers only went to…"
"@ B.A. thanks for the insight. I agree and I think you nailed it with the fact that it takes conversation. My barber does scissor over comb on top and clippers on the sides, with clippers over comb to blend it. "
"It appears that I am a bit tardy for this discussion, but I feel the need to reply. I am replying as a professional and barber.
1) All barbers, as well as hairstylists, should be trained in the art of using both shears and clippers. A barber will…"
It sounds like to me there are two problems here. *Disclaimer - this is based only on what your post stated.* Clippers are used as stated by the others to remove bulk this is true. You need to understand that scissors can…"
"Just out of curiosity, why were you so insistent he use scissors? I mean, the idea is to make your hair shorter than it is. Why does it matter, so much to you, which tool he uses to accomplish that?
Clippers are generally used to…"
I read the Art of Manliness article about reviving the barbershop. After I was done reading it, I went to the barbershop in my town, and the barber had me sit down and asked me what I wanted. I told him that I would like my hair scissored; the barber immediately grabbed his clippers and was about to run them through my my hair when I had him stop. I asked him that I wanted scissors, and his whole attitude changed toward me. He rudely told me that he only used clippers, and he grabbed me out of…See More
"That's not an inappropriate interpretation. Your OP seems to smile on a time when gays faced physical violence as opposed to now, when you assert (erroneously) that there are laws against "stating your opinion on it.""
"There are no laws against "stating your opinion on" homosexuality. In fact, the SCOTUS just ruled that hateful speech is still protected by the 1st Amendment.
Cui bono? Everyone benefits from a more equal and equitable society that…"
"I don't know any laws about "stating your opinion" - unless your opinion can only be stated in a way that is considered hate speech, and even then it gets murky. By comparison - there were very many laws about homosexuality and…"
"Unlikely - given the nature and type of the hacks (ransomware), but I certainly don't know that for sure. This seems more a technical glitch, since the rest of the site works, and would be sent from the same servers. "