I just wanted to thank all of you who have made my rise to the 50th Manliest Manly Man on the Art of Manliness possible. I couldn't have earned my points without all the little people (although I did do most of the work myself). To thehuman, Michael Austin, Will......here I come.

Views: 18

Comment

You need to be a member of Art of Manliness to add comments!

Join Art of Manliness

Comment by James! on December 16, 2009 at 9:56pm
I was in the top ten for a day! My greatest claim to fame in my life thus far.
Comment by John Clanton on December 16, 2009 at 6:13pm
I guess I realized only just now that that blank spot is taking up one part from the top 10 and that I'm always one rank higher than the site says... Number 6! haha.
Comment by Cowboy Bob Sorensen on December 16, 2009 at 6:11pm
Not quite that bad, I have to pay for my own robe and pipe. I put on a forced, cheesy smile (I HATE posing for pictures) and try to sell all of those books I bought up while wearing my "broke the thousand point barrier" shirt:

Comment by Chris Hamm on December 16, 2009 at 6:05pm
I've been envisioning what life must be like in the top five. I imagine you answer your door in your robe with a pipe hanging from beneath your mustache to receive your bi-weekly package filled with complimentary Saddleback leather products, straight razors, beef jerky, and Buck Knives. Of course when you go out you must be wearing your "#1 Manliest Manly Man proficient in the Art of Manliness" t-shirt that has a picture of Chuck Norris karate chopping a mountain with his chest hair. Life must be sweet at the top.
Comment by John Clanton on December 16, 2009 at 5:43pm
I totally said that wrong... BRUCE has been here forever. Herb was a newbie....
Comment by Cowboy Bob Sorensen on December 16, 2009 at 5:40pm
John, I got what I gave, took some time off and watched Herb's smoke.
Comment by John Clanton on December 16, 2009 at 5:40pm
Herb, Will, Mike and I have been here pretty much from the start for sure. Imagine when you passed me. Haha. Although, I was gone for a week and not posting and BAM you pass me.
Comment by Cowboy Bob Sorensen on December 16, 2009 at 5:30pm
Try dealing with the pressure in the #5 slot ;-p (not counting the "leaderboard")

Five is my lucky number. Doubt that I'll hold it long, I've been slacking lately. Then Herb rocketed past me — and I've been here longer! I'll wager that Bruce is one of the Founders, so his numbers make sense.
Comment by Tyler Jacobs on December 16, 2009 at 5:23pm
I think it's called "Little Men, Big Points" :D
Comment by Tyler Jacobs on December 16, 2009 at 3:12pm
Just so you know, TLC heard that we were "little people" and they just gave us all our own reality show. Because that's what they do.

Latest Activity

Shane replied to Robin Holmström's discussion Tarzan flick as date?
"I used to live where we still had party lines. Not only would I be calling her whole house, but also two or three of her neighbor's houses as well."
1 hour ago
Jack Bauer replied to Pale Horse's discussion The Nature of Life and Conception in the group The Great Debate
"For what it's worth, God gave us the ability to figure out how to do all kinds of things that are wrong.  That we discovered the ability to do it doesn't necessarily mean it isn't "automatically wrong". To answer the…"
1 hour ago
Robin Holmström replied to Robin Holmström's discussion Tarzan flick as date?
"I was hoping she did but no. I don't even think it should matter, it's still me asking her out no matter how I do it. Wish I could've known. So there's 0 chance now? Calling her after getting a no through text probably won't…"
2 hours ago
Steve Dallas replied to Pale Horse's discussion The Nature of Life and Conception in the group The Great Debate
"Sounds like you and your dad need to listen to your Johnny Cash singing about his Cadillac My view on the whole thing though is that if God gave us the ability to figure this stuff out, then it can't automatically be wrong. For a discussion…"
3 hours ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Pale Horse's discussion The Nature of Life and Conception in the group The Great Debate
"In that case I share your beliefs and concerns.  As I too would worry about that being, being an empty shell.  I see no way that a truly "artificial being" could possess a soul, and that is truly what worries me more than just…"
3 hours ago
Steve Dallas replied to Robin Holmström's discussion Tarzan flick as date?
"If she doesn't want to answer, she won't. If she wants to talk to you, she will pick up. That takes care of calling or not. Remember, a big chunk of us grew up when you would call the entire house just to speak with her. So calling her…"
3 hours ago
Pale Horse replied to Pale Horse's discussion The Nature of Life and Conception in the group The Great Debate
"I mean making life without one or the other, in a lab. I know it is already being done to an extent."
3 hours ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Pale Horse's discussion The Nature of Life and Conception in the group The Great Debate
"You can still start with an egg and a sperm and grow a being in a lab.  Is that what you're considering man made, or because it started as two parts (sperm and egg), is it not man made?  What constitutes "Man Made"…"
3 hours ago

© 2016   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service