"Hi well she is only five, so she will have particular taste and favourite foods. Ask her what she would like to eat at camping, and/or what she likes at home. Use your observasion skills at home to see what she likes at home, and try to match…"
While other groups may focus on the manly trait of self-discipline, it still holds true that one of man's strengths is his capacity to eat. A lot. Here you can reminisce about superb meals you've enjoyed and share tips on where to get a good feed.See More
This group is for Men who own dogs, train dogs, breed dogs, & dog lovers in general. The purpose for this group is to share ideas or stories about the Man/ Dog relationship... suggested books, games, tricks, techniques, or otherwise.See More
A place for all the bakers out there. Come to discuss breads and the art of baking, e.g. things that have worked out or things that you just can't get to work. Open to the beginner and the artisan and everyone in between!
A group dedicated to the life struggles of men. Disease, abuse, mental illness, a broken ceiling tile could be among the topics. Here men can discuss their scars and provide insight as to how they overcame, or continue to overcome, their struggles.See More
"Learn something new everyday. I used to read both those and don't recall firearms, not that I was looking. Oughta emphasize that those publications were basically "back to the land" stuff. Not really specifically…"
"Actually $100 IS a lot of money to many people that buy ARs. And many gun hobbyists ARE short on cash. And many DO want suppressors.
$100 could be 15% of the price of a "entry level" AR, and 5% of a really nice…"
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"He can't leave the scientist at the door can he. One of the things I liked and still do is tearing up the sci-fi movies for all the crap 'science' they portray. Kind of like the use of the terms lightyear and parsec for a…"