Hello there,I've been watching Mad Men for a while now (partly because of the story, but mostly to steal whatever style tips I can). However, there's one thing that's been bothering me. Whenever you…Continue
"Barefoot, tank tops and shorts. I wear a shirt so I don't gross out my 10 yr old daughter. If o had a son I'd go shirtless. An elegant yet modern way to dress would be a preppy polo shirt, nice shorts or kahkis and some…"
"Exactly. Do you dress for yourself, or do you dress for others? Especially in you own house, you can do what you like. Sometimes that's sweats with at T-shirt, sometimes that's something completely extravagant. "
"I grew up in the 50's and don't remember anyone dressing at home in a suit, etc. Maybe they did in NYC but not in Virginia. I will say it was probably a little less casual than today. But anything goes for me; I'm at home, that's…"
"Tell that to the people who should be fixing my heating! Funny thing is that wealthy families never had a real worry about heating. It was only about the beginning of the twentieth century (higher taxes and depleting fortunes) most people living in…"
"For me I usually wear the under layer of whatever I wore that day. In the summer it's usually a t-shirt/button down/polo and jeans, in the winter it's usually corduroy pants/jeans and a sweater of some kind. I really don't…"
"Ahaah! I often wear one out of bed until I feel like showering in the weekend. In the summer only with boxers under them, in winters with an old button down shirt and soft and flimsy pants. The robe is scarlet corduroy, and was made for my (sort of)…"
"I don't know if anyone would call me a gentleman and certainly never "elegant" but I usually wear jeans and a colored t-shirt around the house. If I have company coming over I may put on a polo with nice jeans. …"
"Interesting. I know guys used to wear robes around the house (from the 1800s through to the 1950s), however now a days they've kinda gone out of fashion. I've even heard people describe house robes as being "gay", which is kinda…"
"My day consists of a wide variety of chores, some dirty work and some out-and-about. So I wear things that are functional in both because I haven't the temperament to change cloths three or four times a day. That means jeans and a decent…"
"2010 Mini Cooper (yes... I am fully aware that BMW now makes them)
great gas mileage
stands out (when I'm Stateside)
I can navigate English roads in it (for when I'm not Stateside. I feel bad for my coworkers, especially those that…"
Hello Gents,I want to gain insight into relationships, but my own experience is limited to flings which never pass 3 months. I know the how of being a gentleman, good relationship partner, and all the stuff a "good man" is supposed to have, but in my head I always boil up doubts about why I'm in a relationship and where she and I are going. These doubts eventually sap my will to continue the relationship because I feel like it's unfair to her, I'm leading her on, these doubts indicate…See More
I met the author of this book on LinkedIn - have gotten his book and LOVE IT!If we are to model our lives after the man - we need to look closely at what He did. Dr. Richard Spillman does a great job of digging into the scriptures and writing an insightful book giving examples that we can truly model.There are so many books that lead us up to Jesus's sacrifice on the cross - this one takes us on a journey of the New Life we are called to life.check it our here - and then buy it in their…See More
"After highschool, my best friend went into the military, for artillary. It's all he wanted to do since he could walk. After he finished his basic training he was in the group known as Personnel Awaiting Deployment. He would train, work…"
"Tim said it best...The guy is a self-absorbed prick. If you take your kid away from one school just because you don't want to have to drive her there--especially after they offered a hardship scholarship--holy hell. I know gas…"