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Man vs Man: Steve McQueen Vs Paul Newman

Started this discussion. Last reply by Titus Techera Dec 23, 2013. 9 Replies

Both Steve McQueen and Paul Newman are similar in being respected actors, handsome, cool and are prime examples of manliness. In your opinion who was better? Think of things such as manliness,…Continue

Manly advice for short guys?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Jan 13. 90 Replies

My height (Or lack of) has always been a bit of a problem for me. I am 5ft 6in and always thought I would grow taller but I highly doubt that will happen now. I am 21 years old on Saturday 14th so I…Continue

Tags: Advice, Height, Short, Manliness

 

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Chuck Knight replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"Oh, boo-hoo, you're between 1 and 3 inches shorter than some relatives.  Big whoop.  Unless you're identical twins, one of you is going to be taller, and the other shorter.   The best advice I can give is to *be* a man about…"
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Sean Cox replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"I attended a church many years ago, and the pastor was about 5'2". He was about 50, and a real father-figure to many. It was a rather large church. He was a true "shepherd". Everyone had a personal story of how he'd taken…"
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Chris Jay replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"Nothing wrong with short guys! Be proud of your height, being tall doesnt make you better - it just makes you more inclined to bang your head when walking through old castles. Although, please dont find yourself trying to compensate for it and…"
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John A. replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
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Steven Moon replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"My question is does anybody have any advice on just feeling manlier or if there are any other short men out there who have no problem feeling manly?  I've never related manliness to height.  So, for an improved sense of manliness,…"
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Stein replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"i am 5'8" on a good day and i feel every inch a man. You can't control it, so embrace it. Stein"
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Dan Wall replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"Height has zero influence on masculinity. Being tall is not all it is cracked up to be. I am 6'4''. It does not get you instant respect. People are intrigued for about 10 minutes. Then they are over it. Nothing is made for guys my…"
Dec 23, 2013
Brett McKay replied to RiotReiben's discussion Man vs Man: Steve McQueen Vs Paul Newman
"Sure. He was a serial adulterer, having affairs with co-stars on every movie he worked on, and plenty of groupies in between projects. When he was making a movie in Europe, he flew his wife and kids to come stay at his chateau. When she arrived he…"
Dec 22, 2013
John replied to RiotReiben's discussion Man vs Man: Steve McQueen Vs Paul Newman
"I am going to have to go with Newman...he really was a three dimensional person..entrepreneur, family man, good husband, and race driver... bigger than life but real life. sure he was human and had faults but he really rose above the celebrity."
Dec 22, 2013
David replied to RiotReiben's discussion Man vs Man: Steve McQueen Vs Paul Newman
"Newman without a doubt.  He was a great actor with good range of character types.  He was a great husband.  He was a great philanthropist.  He was passionate about life and what he choose to tackle he excelled at be it by talent…"
Dec 21, 2013
Brett McKay replied to RiotReiben's discussion Man vs Man: Steve McQueen Vs Paul Newman
"Steve McQueen was a twit. I'm not sure there's another man where there's a bigger gap between his image and his actual life."
Dec 21, 2013
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Man vs Man: Steve McQueen Vs Paul Newman

Both Steve McQueen and Paul Newman are similar in being respected actors, handsome, cool and are prime examples of manliness. In your opinion who was better? Think of things such as manliness, coolness, filmography, fashion etc. Which of to two would rather have in your group of friends? Newman or McQueen? Personally I prefer Paul Newman. In the films I have seen of his, he displays so much confidence and strength. While watching "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid" I thought that Mcqueen would…See More
Dec 21, 2013
KeN replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"HA HA!!!!  Rick S. That's good stuff right there!!! Here is my take. Get over the height thing. Improve your "status" (perceived status). Confidence Confidence Confidence! "
Dec 12, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to RiotReiben's discussion Manly advice for short guys?
"1. Get a Great Dane 2. Buy a big F350 (or similar) and jack it up about 10" 3. Buy a huge house 4. Invade all countries around you (several times)"
Dec 6, 2013

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