Just a random discussion. Whats everyone's beverage of choice? Do you have a specific brew of Tea or coffee you prefer? Just Prefer Water? Just to keep things simple, lets go with your go-to drink in…Continue
Allow me to Introduce myself, My name is Tayton and I discovered the Art of Manliness about four months ago. Only recently have I decided to join the community. Just for information purposes I am…Continue
"Give it a whirl. Works for many, but not for everyone. I personally prefer Nat Miyaki's iFeast version the best, then Martin Berkhan's Leangains method. But you gotta find what works for you.
Personally, I feel like crap if I eat…"
"I used it to great success last summer. Lost quite a bit of weight by waiting 12-16 hours after dinner and working out for maybe 30 minutes during the fasting period. I have also tried fasting for the whole day but it as only once. However, once you…"
"Yup, I've been called that. Thank goodness they have porcelain veneers. Best part is, my dental hygienist is my fiancé's cousin. First time she saw my x-rays, she freaked out. One my favorite Bond henchmen, by the way, right…"
"For non alcoholic drinks it is water, green tea, and coffee. When it comes to alcoholic drinks I prefer a 12 year single malt scotch, or an aged bourbon on the rocks. Sometimes I like to have a mojito if I am in a hot climate."
"Gotta go with pu-erh tea. I've tried just about every kind of hot tea and straight pu-erh tea is divine. It's the only tea that gets better with age and is actually cellared and aged. It's so smooth, not bitter at…"
"After putting myself through college working in the marine industry I earned a BA in polisci then applied to law school and was accepted. Decided that I really didn't want to be an attorney so i returned to the marine industry and worked…"
"If you love the supermarket and potentially want to open your own place stay with it, it's your life. The only opinion that matters is yours. Worked for AT&T for 25 years and hated it, but the money and benefits were great. Left and went to…"
"Probably merits a longer response, but the Spartans were not fighting for "democracy" (whatever that means in ancient Greece or the modern West), nor did Thermopylai allow the growth of democracy, either at Athens or elsewhere."