The current trend in fashion is to be hairless and do do whatever necessary to remove hair from your body. I am proud of my hair! Be proud if your hairy body too. Wear your membership to this group likes badge of honor.See More
"Yesterday I got up enough self-confidence to get outside and mow the yard shirtless. It felt good to have the sun shining on my chest and back and have the breeze cool me off occasionally. Needless to say, this won't be the last…"
"Overall I really enjoyed my college years. Three of the biggest things that really shaped me were the ability to learn quickly/manage time, all of my friends that I now share a deep and unique bond with, and a much deeper…"
"It really depends on the career you plan to go into. Many fields require a college degree, or at least encourage it. Some simply require certification or apprenticing, such as trade professions like carpentry, auto repair, home repair,…"
"Wow, I didn't know that quite a few lefties read magazines back to front. I know some cultures/languages have their books go right to left, and I like reading translated manga that preserves the original Japanese layout. Does…"
"These are basically my worst and best points as well! I get annoyed when I have to wash the side of my hand off after writing with a pen or pencil for a while. Spiral notebooks (especially ones with big spirals) take some…"
"I agree; there are things that I've come to do to some degree of ambidexterity like kick a soccer ball with both feet or dribble a basketball with both hands, while right-handed (or right-footed) teammates would complain about having to use…"
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
"We both took that quiz as well! I got Physical Touch. My wife got Acts of Service.
She really enjoys a clean house. So when I've got the time and want to do something, I find something that needs cleaning. I typically do more than my…"
"I tend to use someone's full name when I first make contact with them. I will only use an honorific if it's something like Doctor, Professor, or Judge as that's an earned honorific and should be respected. Only when I'm…"
"I generally prefer going by my first name. I work in academia, and everyone uses their first name. The only time someone refers to someone else by their last name ("Dr. Smith" or "Professor Smith") during a normal day is when…"