Greetings ladies and gentlemen,I've been a faithful reader of the blog for a few months and decided to stop dipping my toes and dive into the forum. I believe that manliness is a lost virtue in…Continue
"Works for what?
I'm really not sure what those with oral fixations should do to get over that, especially straight men. I suppose it depends on your health concerns. Teeth? sugar-free candy. Digestive system? real candy. Nutrition? eat…"
"If you're going to Chicago, you've got to get Chicago pizza. The two easiest to find will be Giordano's and Gino's. (I prefer Giordano's) Make sure to order Chicago Stuffed and not any of the "normal" stuff or…"
"There's a brand of cigarette called Ecstasy that's marketed as a tobacco and nicotine-less cigarette. It has some very tea-like ingredients, mint, black tea, catnip, etc. You might try those. Personally I think they taste horrid. If you…"
Hi there Matt. Welcome to AoM as also to the Christian Men's group. I've got a daily Bible study there. Also, thought I'd give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
"Joshua..I wouldnt have said it as frankly as Michael, but i would SERIOUSLY consider getting a few buddies, in a group, to join up with one of the already existing fraternal societies, if you can find one that doesnt drive you…"
"I would stay away from the fab trend of anything having "bro" in the title. It sounds like candy ass, ambiguously gay suburbanites trying to reaquire some sense of their own masculinity by changing the oil in someones' car once a…"
"Boxer Carlos Monzón with his friend, Nicolino Locche. Monzon was Undisputed World Middleweight Championship for 7 years. Nicolino "The Untouchable" Loche became Light Welterweight World Champion in 1968."
"Actually, the "Bohemians" the club is named for were originally New York newspaper reporters. Pretty much an American construction based on appreciation of French counterculture of the 1840s. (It would appear the French though…"