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  • Boob Twerking to a Whole New Level

    Classy Bro
    The Russian
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:28 pm
    See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Boob Twerking to a Whole New Level
  • Cool Uncle Tricks: How to Levitate

    The Art of Manliness
    Brett & Kate McKay
    16 Oct 2014 | 7:02 pm
    An essential part of being an awesome uncle is having a repertoire of tricks and jokes that will amaze your nieces and nephews, and crack them up. So from time to time we’ll be offering you current and future uncles out there a tutorial on some gags that’ll have them thinking you’re the coolest dude in the world. First up: how to levitate. You’ll be surprised how realistic the effect is — to an 8-year-old, at least. Illustration by Ted Slampyak.
  • Even Today, the Freshness of Your Fish Is Still a Mystery

    Esquire.com Article Feed
    18 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Plus: Something we can learn from the Japanese about their fish
  • How to Get a Curtain Cut/Undercut Haircut [VIDEO]

    The Art of Manliness
    Brett
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:53 pm
    The movie Fury comes out today, and folks are talking about it for a variety of reasons, not least of which is the hairstyle Brad Pitt is rocking in the film. Short on the sides and long on the top, it’s called the curtain cut or undercut, and it has a distinctly vintage-looking vibe. According to Wikipedia, the curtained hairstyle has its origins in the Edwardian Age, and became popular “as a more practical solution to the longer hair and sideburns fashionable from the 1840s to 1890s.” (Interesting, though one struggles to understand what exactly was impractical about…
  • Apple iPad Mini 3

    Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine
    Atif Kazmi
    18 Oct 2014 | 5:04 pm
    It’s been a busy week for Apple as they’ve introduced a ton of new products, including the iPad Air 2 which you can read about here as well as this, the iPad Mini 3. This upgrades brings the iPad Mini inline with the other mobile and tablet products in Apple’s grid. It’s ready for iOS 8, now has Touch ID and is offered again with a Retina Display with a 5MP iSight camera and FaceTime HD camera as well. It comes in three expected colors, space gray, gold, and silver. The iPad Mini 3 is priced to start at $399 and is available now through Apple. The post Apple iPad Mini…
 
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    The Art of Manliness

  • How to Get a Curtain Cut/Undercut Haircut [VIDEO]

    Brett
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:53 pm
    The movie Fury comes out today, and folks are talking about it for a variety of reasons, not least of which is the hairstyle Brad Pitt is rocking in the film. Short on the sides and long on the top, it’s called the curtain cut or undercut, and it has a distinctly vintage-looking vibe. According to Wikipedia, the curtained hairstyle has its origins in the Edwardian Age, and became popular “as a more practical solution to the longer hair and sideburns fashionable from the 1840s to 1890s.” (Interesting, though one struggles to understand what exactly was impractical about…
  • The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: October 17, 2014

    Brett
    17 Oct 2014 | 6:32 pm
    Last week’s winner of the AoM store giveaway was Jesus from Hollywood, FL, and he chose the AoM pocket knife. My Picks This Week My picks this week all center on apparel. Suitable offers custom-made suits (you’ll have to send your measurements) at very affordable prices. Featuring high-quality elements like breathable fabrics and double-vented jackets, you’ll look classy and feel comfortable. K-Way is a fall staple for Huckberry, with their 100% waterproof and windproof jackets. This year they have a new line of two-layer down jackets and vests that are both warm and portable.
  • Cool Uncle Tricks: How to Levitate

    Brett & Kate McKay
    16 Oct 2014 | 7:02 pm
    An essential part of being an awesome uncle is having a repertoire of tricks and jokes that will amaze your nieces and nephews, and crack them up. So from time to time we’ll be offering you current and future uncles out there a tutorial on some gags that’ll have them thinking you’re the coolest dude in the world. First up: how to levitate. You’ll be surprised how realistic the effect is — to an 8-year-old, at least. Illustration by Ted Slampyak.
  • How to Paddle a Canoe: The J-Stroke

    Darren Bush
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:58 pm
    Two of the manliest men in modern literature are Aragorn and Boromir in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. I mean, who doesn’t want to be those guys (especially Aragorn)? They are capital-M Manly. So imagine my dismay, nay, despair, when in the film version of The Fellowship of the Ring, these outstanding specimens of virility jump into their beautiful elvish canoes, grab their paddles like grain shovels, and splash off like a couple of clumsy orcs. I believe I muttered something about the director spending a few hundred bucks for canoe lessons for the actors. They get hundreds of hours of…
  • A Review of the Tough Mudder by a Curmudgeonly, 55-Year-Old Vermonter

    A Manly Guest Contributor
    15 Oct 2014 | 6:46 pm
    Photo Source Editors note: What happens when a crusty Vermonter, who stays in shape by splitting wood and whose idea of fun is hanging out in a primitive shack in the woods, tries one of the most popular events in the exploding obstacle race movement? James “Uncle Buzz” Surwilo filed this report. Tough Mudder calls itself “probably the toughest event on the planet.” But after participating in a Tough Mudder event myself, I would substitute “hardly” for the rather odd qualifier “probably.” To the uninitiated, a Tough Mudder event – mind you, event, not competition…
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    Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine

  • Apple iPad Mini 3

    Atif Kazmi
    18 Oct 2014 | 5:04 pm
    It’s been a busy week for Apple as they’ve introduced a ton of new products, including the iPad Air 2 which you can read about here as well as this, the iPad Mini 3. This upgrades brings the iPad Mini inline with the other mobile and tablet products in Apple’s grid. It’s ready for iOS 8, now has Touch ID and is offered again with a Retina Display with a 5MP iSight camera and FaceTime HD camera as well. It comes in three expected colors, space gray, gold, and silver. The iPad Mini 3 is priced to start at $399 and is available now through Apple. The post Apple iPad Mini…
  • Apple iPad Air 2

    Atif Kazmi
    18 Oct 2014 | 4:48 pm
    This week, Apple officially unveiled the iPad Air 2, giving us an even slimmer design that comes in at just 6.1mm thin and weight of less than a pound. The Retina Display’s been updated for enhanced as have the cameras, giving users the ability to capture more detailed photos and videos. The iPad Air 2 gets plenty of key features we’ve already seen from the iPhone family such as Touch ID, iOS 8, Apple Pay and much more, but the computing power’s strong enough to really deliver a seamless user experience. All this is thanks to Apple’s A8X chip that’s blended with…
  • ULTRAOLIVE Taped Seam Dry Bag

    Atif Kazmi
    16 Oct 2014 | 11:28 am
    From Brooklyn-based ULTRAOLIVE comes their Taped Seam Dry Bag, a range of waterproof bags with minimalistic detailing. They’re perfect for carrying most shoes up to men’s size 13 or other goods like books or headphones. As the name implies, the bag features taped waterproof seams and is made from a waterproof cotton fabric. The Taped Seam Dry Bag is available now in Black or Ice Blue through ULTRAOLIVE. The post ULTRAOLIVE Taped Seam Dry Bag appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.
  • In Stock | Freemans Sporting Club Shop at Bloomingdale’s

    Atif Kazmi
    16 Oct 2014 | 11:01 am
    For the first time ever, Freemans Sporting Club will be selling their goods outside of their stores, both brick and mortar as well as online. Now, you’ll be able to pick up your favorite FSC wears at Bloomingdale’s. To celebrate this, Freemans Sporting Club has actually built out a pretty impressive shop-in-shop inside Bloomingdale’s flagship 59th Street store in NYC. It’s like you’ve walked into one of their iconic retail shops. The signature decor is spot on, from the leather sofas and taxidermy to of course the brand’s seasonal must-haves. The lineup…
  • ‘Chris Harris on Cars’ Spinning Off Drive for Solo YouTube Channel

    Atif Kazmi
    15 Oct 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Chris Harris is undoubtedly one of the most iconic automotive journalists of our time. His work’s supported in the growth of several publications including Autocar, Evo and Pistonheads.com, as well as a little YouTube channel called Drive which you may or may not have heard of. Kidding when we say it’s small. The Drive channel been on YouTube for about three years and Chris Harris’s show has been a massive hit throughout. The Drive team even inked a deal with NBCUniversal to produce a show for the NBC Sports Network and have since gone with a subscription model that runs…
 
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    Uncrate

  • Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 Watch

    17 Oct 2014 | 1:21 pm
    It might not be the first timepiece from Porsche Design, but the Porsche Design Timepiece No. 1 Watch is the first to be developed entirely in-house. Much like the company's...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Noble Custom Jeans

    17 Oct 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Investing in a pair of high-quality, selvedge denim jeans can be worthwhile, but standard sizes don't work for everyone. Noble Denim knows how vital this is, and that's why they...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Alpine Headphones

    17 Oct 2014 | 11:42 am
    They're best known for their higher-end car audio gear, but obviously, Alpine knows what sounds good — so it's no surprise that these Alpine Headphones are serious sonic contenders. They...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • TrackingPoint Shotglass Shooting Glasses

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:51 am
    It might feel a little unfair using high technology to hunt down and kill your obviously overmatched target, but when you bag that trophy kill, you'll be glad you're wearing...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Airblaster x Poler Ninja Suit

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:44 am
    The most adventurous travelers know that proper preparation is key, especially when it has to do body temperature. The Airblaster x Poler Ninja Suit might be the best long underwear...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
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    Modern Gentleman's Blog

  • You don’t see hand embroidery every day

    Ami
    18 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    We know our customers already appreciate craftsmanship: suits made by hand rather than machines, benchmade shoes, hand-painted cufflinks, to name a few. Machines have taken over so much of the world’s production that sometimes it’s hard to remember that something was ever done by hand. Embroidery is a good example. Your golf shirt with your country club’s logo on it? The shirt is made mostly by machines, and I can guarantee you the logo was embroidered by a machine. And it probably should be, or else the shirt would cost double. So when I found out that one of our employees…
  • Oxxford Clothes Trunk Show This Wednesday

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    14 Oct 2014 | 9:41 am
    Oxxford Clothes President Bob Denton returns to Wingtip this Wednesday. If you haven’t heard us trumpet their accolades already, Oxxford creates for the finest handmade custom suit in America, providing a comfort and fit comparable to centuries old Savile Row tailors. The details of their suiting include features that aren’t available in other custom suits, including a patented one-piece wasitband, teflon-coated silk thread, and Swiss interface fabrics, made exclusively to Oxxford specifications. In addition, there is the time-honored tradition of a full-basted try-on before your…
  • Saint Crispin’s Shoes + The Finest Pair of Pants in Napoli [10/16-17]

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    10 Oct 2014 | 9:05 am
    Saint Crispin’s stopped by Wingtip this past May for their very first San Francisco trunk show. After seeing and trying on those shoes, we couldn’t help but offer them at Wingtip on a full-time basis. And we are thrilled to have Philip Carr return to Wingtip for a two-day trunk show next week. [PHOTOS BELOW] Joining Carr is an esteemed guest who has made a name for himself around-the-world as a premier craftsman of trousers: Salvatore Ambrosi. Hand cut and sewn in a workshop in Naples, these are trousers that would make Sinatra drool: Fully bespoke, classically high-waisted, and…
  • SF Racked Names Wingtip the City’s “Best Men’s Store”

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    7 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    We are thrilled to announce that one of San Francisco’s top arbiters of stye, Racked SF, has given us top honors in their annual assessment of SF menswear. They write, in part, “There are dozens of men’s stores in San Francisco that can set you up with a suit; hundreds that offer menswear. So why did we choose Wingtip as the city’s best men’s store? It’s the experience of walking into marble-walled Bank of Italy foyer, the level of customer service, and the passion the shop generates among its clients.” Read the rest and see a handful of photos at…
  • Foster & Son Bespoke Shoes Return Wednesday

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    6 Oct 2014 | 11:42 am
    Andy Murphy from Foster & Son returns Wednesday for an all-day bespoke shoe event. Foster & Son has produced one of the very finest London-made shoes since 1840. We are also pleased to announce that last-maker Jon Spencer will also be on hand for the event. See below for photos from their last trunk show at Wingtip, when Wingtip manager Michael Alzona was fitted for a personal last. Commenting on that experience, Michael said, “Having my feet completely measured was amazing. Andrew actually hand-traced the profile of my foot on paper and took measurements of the width and…
 
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  • Oakley Prizm Snow Goggle

    werd.com
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:31 am
    The Prizm lens is Oakley’s latest contribution to snow goggle science that offers an enhanced, super-high contrast view in even the flattest light conditions. Available in a variety of colors, this new technology is also offered for nearly every goggle frame in the Oakley snow sports lineup. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Timbuk2 x Blue Bottle Travel Coffee Kit

    werd.com
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:19 am
    If by some odd twist of geographic bad luck you end up somewhere far from a quality coffee shop, this travel kit from San Francisco’s Blue Bottle coffee & Timbuk2 will keep you caffeinated. The kit includes a stainless steel grinder, dripper, filters, Falcon Enamelware tumblers, a sample bag of Three Africans drip blend and a pair of felt zarfs. If you need to, look up zarf, bro. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Moulin Roty Children’s Tool Boxes

    werd.com
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:07 am
    These high-quality classic tool sets from Moulin Roty are child-size and fully functional and could turn your kids into DIY adults. There are 2 sets. The Small set includes a ruler, saw, hammer, Philips & flat head screwdrivers, & a pencil. The Large set includes the same plus a gimlet, sanding block, plane, pliers, mallet, chisel, c-clamp, ruler, square ruler, and a spirit level. Both are stored in a beautiful wooden toolbox. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Baron Fig Apprentice Pocket Notebook

    werd.com
    17 Oct 2014 | 6:31 am
    If you don’t currently carry a pocket-size notebook, you’ll be surprised how often you use it once you do. The Apprentice notebook is a good option: acid-free paper, pocket-sized, available with ruled, blank, and dot-grid pages. Sold in 3-packs. For purchase information, Click Here
  • The Floyd Shelf

    werd.com
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:49 pm
    The Floyd Leg was a great idea that can transform any flat slab into a table. Expanding on that idea, they’ve now released the Floyd Shelf, a tool that allows you create a shelf from any flat surface up to 1 5/8” thick by installing the brackets & clamping to the material. For purchase information, Click Here
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    Shaun Groves

  • How Facebook Rescued Children From Islam

    Shaun Groves
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:30 am
    This is the story of how three Americans and one Facebook message helped rescue Ugandan children from poverty and Islam. It all started back in 2010 when Jody reading along as I posted stories from Guatemala. She decided to share one of them with her friends on Facebook. It took her less than a minute to do it. She had no idea how God would use those few seconds to change entire lives. This is Jody. Cliff is one of Jody’s Facebook friends. He plays bass guitar at her church and is one of several volunteers helping organize worship services there every week. Cliff read the blog post of…
  • Five Responses To Extreme Poverty

    Shaun Groves
    5 Sep 2014 | 8:54 am
    We’ve all heard of the five stages of grief and many of us have even moved through them ourselves. Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance The typical responses to extreme poverty are very similar, in my experience. Many of us even seem to move through them sequentially. What’s your response right now? Denial I wish I had a dollar for every time an American said “Why are we taking care of poor people over there when we have plenty of poverty right here.” I’d have enough money to wipe out hunger everywhere. I once believed that poverty in the developing…
  • What Is Your Typical Day?

    Shaun Groves
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:22 am
    She stands beside the family’s one bed, under a dangling light bulb. A well-fed one year-old sleeps beside her so she speaks in a near whisper. “What is your typical day like?” Micah asks. As the translator churns English into Amharic, the young mother in a red t-shirt hides her mouth behind fidgeting fingers and stares through the ground. There’s confusion about the meaning of “typical”. “Normal”, Micah says. Immediately tears form in the mother’s eyes, then slide down her brown cheeks. She speaks. Then the translator looks at me. The…
  • 3 Ways To Create Christian Rock Stars

    Shaun Groves
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:43 am
    Rock Star • noun - A performer behaving in an arrogant, rude, or obnoxious manner. The stage manager was panicked. The festival was more than an hour behind schedule. Because of a city curfew, power to the stage would be shut off at 10. Road managers were asked to have their artists cut some songs so that every artist would get a chance to play. When one road manager refused, he left the promoter in a tough spot. A not was penned and passed directly to the artist on stage between songs. We’re running behind by more than an hour. Can you please cut a few songs? Thank you for…
  • Last Day To Join Us

    Shaun Groves
    16 Aug 2014 | 9:06 am
    I’m sitting in the Chicago airport waiting to board my flight to Oregon (check out where I’m headed). And I just pressed “send” on an email that only a few people will see. My producer, Gabe Scott, and I spent the week in his studio choosing songs for my Christmas album. We whittled the list down to six. Only the people who got that email know what six songs we chose. Then Gabe and I recorded some rough arrangements of those songs, chose the keys and tempo and even mapped out a few background vocal ideas. The people who got that email? They’ll hear some of that…
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    HODINKEE - Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories

  • What's Selling Where: Five Absolutely Killer Watches Begging To Be Worn From Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Universal Geneve, And Breguet

    Eric Wind
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:27 am
    Today, we are bringing you five incredibly killer watches just begging to be worn. These are watches that many may see as grails, at different price points: a Rolex COMEX Sea-Dweller, a Universal Geneve "Nina Rindt" chronograph, a Breitling chronograph for the Royal Canadian Air Force, a Breguet Type XX, and an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak A-Series. Rolex COMEX Sea-Dweller reference 1665 When it comes to Rolex diving watches, it is axiomatic that the "MilSubs" issued to the British Ministry of Defense and the COMEX-issued watches are some of the most desired. A big part of their allure…
  • Introducing The Limited Edition Patek Philippe Chiming Jump Hour Reference 5275P, With Four New Patents

    Kelly Jasper
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:25 pm
    Reference 5275P-001 features a jumping digital hours display, jumping seconds and minutes, and an acoustic chime for the hour. This time, let's start from the inside out by first taking a look at the caliber inside this reference: four years of development, 438 parts, jumping seconds, minutes, and digital hour displays, and a striking mechanism that chimes at the top of each hour. That's a lot of engineering. In fact, it's enough engineering to produce a total of four new patents. Patek Philippe presents this new movement, Caliber 32-650 HGS PS, inside the Chiming Jump Hour…
  • Christie's To Sell Controversial Black Dial Oyster Paul Newman That, If Real, Changes The History Books (Though We Will Never Know)

    Benjamin Clymer
    15 Oct 2014 | 12:40 pm
    The world of vintage Rolex collecting is the murkiest, seediest, and ugliest realm of watch collecting there is. There are more fake Rolex watches on this planet than all other fakes combined – and you can multiply that number by 100 if we include those Rolexes that have been modified in some way after they left the factory. But, it can also be the most rewarding when you discover something new, which happens more often in this world than anywhere else. Well, Christie's Geneva, one of the pinnacles of expertise and scholarship in the horological world, has caused a bit of a stir by…
  • Introducing The RGM Pennsylvania Series 801 "Baseball In Enamel"

    Evald Muraj
    15 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    Today, we bring you a first look at the RGM Pennsylvania Series 801 “Baseball in Enamel” – an impressive Grand Feu timepiece with a manufacture caliber. Yes, you heard right – let’s play ball.Having recently interviewed Mr. Murphy on this release, we can say that it’s downright exquisite and unlike anything that we’ve seen come from the States in recent memory – or ever. Roland G. Murphy, founder of RGM, started his apprenticeship at the age of 20 at Danecker Clock Company in Fallston, Maryland. After Danecker’s bankruptcy soon after, Murphy and his father bought…
  • IN-DEPTH: Inside The Christie's Patek Philippe 175th Anniversary Auction

    Eric Wind
    14 Oct 2014 | 11:03 am
    On November 9th of this year, Christie's will play host to the most impressive sale of Patek Philippes ever assembled. The 100 lot evening auction was hand-selected by Christie's to tell the full story of Patek Philippe with nothing but the finest examples in the world. No doubt, collectors everywhere will be watching the Patek 175 sale closely, and now that the catalog has been released online and is being shipped out to those who have ordered one, we thought we would dig into the lots and give our thoughts on our favorite watches, from perpetual calendar chronographs to ladies watches,…
 
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    Mens Underwear Blog

  • Trick or Treat Halloween Surprise from International Jock

    UMan
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Who wants to bag some extra Halloween fun this fall? Here's a frightfully sweet offer you can't refuse. This is our favorite sale of the year and it doesn't last long. Right now, every order at International Jock will receive a FREE surprise gift! It might be a sexy pair of underwear or swimwear,  a jockstrap, a handsome T-shirt -- they're giving out all sorts of TREATS to help spice up your underwear drawer. There's no minimum order size and no limit to how many different orders you place; you'll receive a gift every time! But hurry: just like the "good house" on the block when…
  • Mckillop's Reopening Sale!

    UMan
    12 Oct 2014 | 1:00 pm
    If you're a fan of Mckillop you may have noticed that they've been having trouble with their website recently. Well they've made some upgrades, and are back with a better site that is more stable than ever. To celebrate, and thank you for their patience, they're offering 50% off everything this weekend! You read that right, 50% off! That's an unbeatable deal. Use coupon code 'crash' to take advantage. The deal ends Monday at midnight, so stock up!Feed contents copyright © M.U.B 2012. All rights reserved. Please do not use text without prior written permission. Images copyright © by their…
  • Pumpkin Undies from aussieBum

    UMan
    8 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Just in time for Halloween, aussieBum has launched a limited edition line of undies to celebrate the occasion. The cheeky Jack the Pumpkin line comes in both briefs and hipster trunks. The custom illustrated print shows funny-faced pumpkins and bats on a bright green background. Who wouldn't want these in their pants? Buy now because quantities are limited! Feed contents copyright © M.U.B 2012. All rights reserved. Please do not use text without prior written permission. Images copyright © by their respective owners. Also, please visit the original source here.
  • CIN-2 Grip Jock Review

    Leo S.
    4 Oct 2014 | 4:30 pm
    CIN-2 is hands down one of my favorite brands so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I decided to review their Core Grip Jockstrap. This jock doesn’t look very similar to other styles, it has a different strap design and the pouch is contoured with side seams as opposed to a central seam found on many other styles of underwear. I find this front seam can be unflattering or distracting but these side seams flatter while also providing the same if not superior pouch contour and support as other brands.This jock was definitely designed with the active guy in mind, it wicks away…
  • 40% OFF at His Jock

    UMan
    4 Oct 2014 | 11:25 am
    This weekend only receive 40% off EVERYTHING at His Jock with coupon code 'Oktoberfest'. Including the latest fall collection from Papi (shown above). Don't miss this awesome opportunity to stock up for less.  Feed contents copyright © M.U.B 2012. All rights reserved. Please do not use text without prior written permission. Images copyright © by their respective owners. Also, please visit the original source here.
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    Men's Rights Blog

  • Vote Neel Kashkari for Governor of California

    Masculist Man
    14 Oct 2014 | 10:23 pm
    Neel KashkariMeet Neel Kashkari. He is the Republican candidate for Governor Of California. I don't know who he is but I know he isn't Jerry Brown. The same Jerry Brown that royally fucked us by signing SB 967 into law. Brown signed this bill to screw over college and university men over tremendous protests and now the state is going to be compensating these men royally when they win their lawsuits. The punch line is that these same men will use that money to continue their education-in another state. So if you are registered to vote in California vote Neel Kashkari for Governor and get rid…
  • Anytime,anywhere,anyone

    Masculist Man
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Mattress girl is there to relieve your tension. Have mattress will travel. Not only that she gives great anal.
  • Welcome to the matriarchial world order

    Masculist Man
    27 Sep 2014 | 11:59 am
    Welcome to the matriarchial world order. There are major differences between the traditional society and the matriarchial world order. Well, for women anyway. In the traditional society men and women sacrificed for the children. Today in the matriarchial world order the men and children sacrifice for the women. Welcome to the queendome,guys. Who is the queen? Good question only too singular. A better question would be who are the queens? Who are they? Every woman out there. In the matriarchial world order males, even boys, are held more accountable than females, even grown women, of any age.
  • Join with SAVE Services and tell the California Governor to veto SB 967

    Masculist Man
    26 Sep 2014 | 7:51 pm
    From SAVE Services: SB-967 would require California students to give on-going "affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement" in order to have sex. The bill sponsors admit they don't have a clue what this really means. But if Gov. Brown signs this bill, young adults might need to consult with legal advisors and notarize consent forms before engaging in sex. Yes, this bill is absurd beyond belief. And it would lull potential victims into a false sense of security. Contact Governor Brown today to tell him to VETO this flawed bill. Students deserve better than being forced to figure out a…
  • Feminist go after man and get royally fucked

    Masculist Man
    18 Sep 2014 | 6:58 pm
    Feminists go after man and try to get him fired with help from a feminist who is one of his co-workers. They tell his female boss they are going after him. We've seen cases like this before where the man loses his job while feminist score another victory at the expense of men. Well it is my pleasure to tell you that did not occur. In fact the man won this one. Look at the video.
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    Selectism

  • Editor’s Selections | 10 Highlights of the Week

    Jeff Carvalho
    19 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    A heavy hitter week on Selectism this mid-October. Catch up on some great collaborative collection launches (Alexander Wang x H&M, Wood Wood x Disney), rides through Italy (L’Eroica), old timey gramophones, and Gisele on a surfboard — What more could you want this Sunday evening?   Motorola 360 Smart Watch with Horween Leather Band Yes, this Android Wear device from Motorola is about the best looking smart watch out there. Why? It’s round while the rest of the market stays square. We gave it a full review. Did we mention it comes in a Horween leather band option?
  • MKI Miyuki-Zoku Release Wool Melton Rolltop Bag in 5 Colors

    Glenys Johnson
    19 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    Inspired by Japanese youth culture, the Leeds-based in-house label MKI Miyuki-Zoku present this series of wool melton rolltop bags in five distinct colorways. The bag sports a clean, practical design, the tech fabric usually employed for this type of model exchanged for something softer whilst retaining that all important durability. A neat, unfussy look, complimenting details include grain leather straps, internal and external zip pockets, cotton twill lining, chrome hardware, device holders and adjustable straps. Available in mandarin, off white, grey, navy and black. MKI Miyuki-Zoku…
  • Buyers, Vendors and Nick Wooster Talk in Capsule Show Spring/Summer 2015 Recap

    Staff
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:46 am
    Capsule Show Las Vegas Spring/Summer 2015 from this past August was a blast. We were more involved than ever, proudly partnering with them to select our favorite pieces from the best brands for a small Capsule Selects exhibition. Now, our friends deliver us a video recap of the Capsule market shows from not only Vegas but also New York and Paris. Ever wonder what it’s like to attend a show like Capsule? Hear from buyers, vendors, and menswear “gawds” like Nick Wooster on what the event is all about. For us, it’s always a family affair with friendly faces and a good…
  • Austria’s chmara.rosinke Studio Design a Timber Daybed for Hermés

    Elaine YJ Lee
    18 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
    This year, Hermés commissioned chmara.rosinke, a Vienna, Austria-based design studio, to make this Timber Daybed. The body of the Daybed is constructed with thin slabs of maple wood and larch blocks, whose weightiness visually contrasts the light textile screens that the user can move according to his mood. The Daybed’s Japanese architecture inspirations are clear, with its minimalistic and organic aesthetic calling to mind a serene and humble getaway of sorts, even if it’s just for a nap. Find more info on the Hermés Timber Daybed here. Austria’s chmara.rosinke Studio…
  • Inside Holiday Magazine Fall/Winter 2014 – “The Scottish” Issue

    Elaine YJ Lee
    18 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Holiday Magazine, the “International Travel and Style Review” from the 1940s, release their second issue since their relaunch last Spring. For Fall/Winter 2014, they focus on Scotland and the region’s many features, from its beautiful landscapes to the history of its Queens. The pictorial of the Border Collie Scottish Sheepdog and essay that answers the question, “What is being Scottish?” are our personal favorite features, alongside an end-of-book “Complete Guide to a Very Scottish Journey.” Flip through some pages with us above and get a copy of…
 
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  • Perth – Accommodation for All Budgets

    admin
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:07 am
    Perth is a lovely city to visit and the fact that it offers so many options to choose from, makes it even more amazing! “Big city” vibes and historical landmarks, adventure in all its forms and elegant cruises, high-end restaurants and vibrant markets – they all seem to blend harmoniously in what modern Perth is. And that’s precisely why Perth is more than worth the trip! Charming, unique, full of color and positive energies, this city will get you smitten forever. But before you even set foot in Perth though, you will want to plan out your trip. And aside from the actual…
  • Love Formula One? Go see it in person

    admin
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:57 am
    Motor racing is a sport that has mass appeal. From little kids who are years from getting their driving licence through to men and women of all ages who have grown up with Formula One and don’t see any good reason to leave their affection for it behind with their youth! The F1 season takes the teams and its drivers all around the world, and there’s always a Grand Prix coming up soon in an interesting destination, where, of course, you can do plenty of sightseeing as well as watching your favourite driver race around the track. This weekend, for example, the Hungarian Grand Prix takes…
  • Beat a path to Brazil this summer

    admin
    22 May 2014 | 1:51 am
    If there’s one country in the world that can justifiably lay claim to be the true home of football, then it has to be Brazil. Yes, it’s true that the beautiful game was invented in England – but during the modern era, Brazil have dominated the world rankings and won more World Cups than anyone else – with five so far. As we all know, they’ll be hoping to make it six this summer. And their fans very much expect them to make it six on home soil in the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday July 13th. Whether they’ll do so or not is quite another matter of course; but this…
  • Do something different in Paris

    admin
    14 May 2014 | 9:18 pm
    Paris by wlappe (Creative Commons) When you travel to a major tourist city like Paris, it’s tempting to take the road more travelled and follow your guide book’s top ten suggestions. That way, you can move on, having ticked off those amazing sights and places that everyone else who’s been to Paris has seen. But to do so might leave you feeling more like a bit of a cliché just following the crowd rather than a free spirited adventurer. Seeing the Eiffel Tower in person is amazing the first time you see it, as is spending half a day wandering around the Louvre, but if you go at the wrong…
  • Top casinos to visit while travelling in Asia

    admin
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:19 am
    There are many different parts of the world that you can visit when planning a holiday. For those wanting something a bit unique and exotic should consider travelling to Asia. In recent years, the area has put a significant emphasis on tourism. As a result, the area has a lot of offer. Among these sights would include some of the world’s best casinos. Macau is especially known for offering travellers some impressive casino gambling. It has actually been able to surpass Las Vegas for the right to say it’s the most preferred place to gamble. One of the casinos that should be visited while…
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    Men's Flair

  • The RKOI

    Winston Chesterfield
    24 Sep 2014 | 3:29 pm
    “Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me…Even when they enter deep into our world or sink below us, they still think that they are better than we are. They are different.” Scott Fitzgerald’s words are never out of date. And there is no better example of this [...]Men's Flair
  • Down with the Kids

    Winston Chesterfield
    13 Sep 2014 | 1:25 pm
    I recently walked past the new Abercrombie & Fitch “Kids” store on Savile Row. Did you get that? Abercrombie. Fitch. KIDS. On SAVILE ROW. It’s like being told that there’s a Ladbrokes in Belgrave Square. However, aside from how monumentally disappointing it is to me that this particular berth is now a reality, it did [...]Men's Flair
  • NiAlma Shirt Review

    Winston Chesterfield
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:06 am
    For a good long time, I have always believed that I was never going to become a Bespoke Billy. I love my made to measure and bespoke items, but I also see plenty of value, and relative quality, in off-the-rack items. In most areas, off-the-rack items are increasing in appeal. For instance, Zara’s jacket block [...]Men's Flair
  • Sir Plus’s Stunning Surplus

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:16 am
    Sir Plus is what’s known in colloquial terms as ‘a clever one’. Even the name of the company is clever. Its clever because the spelling of said name alludes both to that which is classically British; the honour of knighthood – a concept which brings with it associations of integrity and reliability – and also [...]Men's Flair
  • Mensflair Collection for Tailor4Less

    Winston Chesterfield
    4 Aug 2014 | 12:56 pm
    “A man in a suit!” she said “Give me a man in a suit – any day.” The girl who made this remark was twizzling the straw in her drink, in lip-biting admiration of a group of sartorially well-clad men. “What about blazers?” I asked, cheekily. “Huh?” she admonished, realizing that I was clad in [...]Men's Flair
 
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    Uncoached

  • Eight Athletes We’d Want to Play Beer Pong With and Why

    Fingo
    13 Oct 2014 | 6:24 am
    If there’s one thing that we think every guy knows how to do, it’s play a little drinking game called beer pong. And if you haven’t seen the photos circulating around the Internet in the past couple weeks, well there’s a very famous basketball player named Michael Jordan who <a href=”http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1848347-50-year-old-michael-jordan-plays-beer-pong-at-miami-hotel” target=”_blank”>happened to be playing</a>—albeit with quite the lean—not too long ago. That got us thinking about which athletes we’d…
  • 5 Reasons Why the Spread Option Has Become Irrelevant in the NFL

    Fingo
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:42 am
    Now we’re not saying that completing a pass—or even moving the ball a single yard—is something that we could do, but, then again, we’re not paid millions to try. With Robert Griffin III and Colin Kaepernick both being “spread-option” QBs—and both lacking the big plays that made them sensations at the beginning of their careers, we’re giving you reasons why the spread might not be as trendy as some may have thought. 5. It’s Not a Running League When you think about the transformation the NFL has taken in the past couple seasons, the natural admission…
  • Argentine Actress and Model Liz Solari

    Brock Landers
    22 Sep 2014 | 4:56 am
    Liz Solari is a Colombian-born, Argentine actress and model. Solari has acted in film and television, not only in Argentina, but also Italy and Spain. She has also impersonated the famous fashion doll, Barbie, in theatre. As a model, she has worked with local brands, as well as European designers such as Roberto Cavalli and Jean-Paul Gaultier. In 2001, she won an international competition of the Dotto Models agency, owned by Pancho Dotto, which effectively launched her modeling career. She lent her face to brands such as Ripley, Kosiuko, Caro Cuore, Class Life, Lody, Falabella, Silenzio,…
  • 8 Lessons Every Dude Should Know About Their 20s

    Fingo
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:54 am
    As a dude who is sitting on that ripe old age of 29 and is just about to take the next step in less than a year to the big 3-0, we’re here to tell you about some of the lessons we learned over the past decade. You don’t need to listen to us, but you’d be wise to at least think about them as you move through the best 10 years of your life. 8. One Step Back, Two Steps Forward While no dude ever actually wants to live with his parents or share a place with a handful of people, as long as you have a long-term goal, it’s OK to do it. Too many bros are caught-up in the sh*t…
  • 6 Sports Movie Characters That Deserve a Punch to the Face

    Fingo
    8 Sep 2014 | 5:39 am
    We all know that sports movies can be the greatest—giving us some amazing Hollywood moments that either bring us tears of joy, or tears of sorrow. But one other thing that some good sports flicks do is give us some damn good characters, too! So while we all love guys like Happy Gilmore, Rocky and Gordon Bombay, there are a few others who we really wouldn’t think twice about slugging right in the face—and these are those six. 6. Russ Tyler, D2: The Mighty Ducks While we all may heckle other players during sporting events, Russ Tyler from D2 turned it into something that should all…
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    The Bachelor Guy

  • 3 Reasons You Might Want to Consider Renting Over Buying

    Eric Rogell
    16 Oct 2014 | 1:11 pm
    It has been a long-held belief that you haven’t actually made it until you own property. Buying your own house was considered the next step to “adulthood” after moving out of your parents’ house and talking some girl into settling down with you. Home ownership is the key indicator of stability and security because, no matter what, there’s a little piece of the world that’s all yours. Financial advisors will also tell you that buying is the way to go. You’ll get equity on your home, which you can then access whenever you need some extra money. When you buy, every penny you put…
  • Dating a Classy Girl? Here’s How to Not Blow It By the Clothes You Wear

    Eric Rogell
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:34 pm
    So you finally did it. You finally got a date with a woman who doesn’t spend her weekends in the bottom of a Cosmo glass or yell “Wooooooo!!” when one of her friends walks in. It’s about time. You’re on your way to being all grows up. But now it’s time to take a long, hard look at your wardrobe situation—because while most guys have a go-to date outfit (or two), she’s not the type who’ll stick around a guy who habitually dresses like a bum. And I’m not even talking backwards baseball caps and cargo shorts at dinner. You can add pleated khakis and anything by Ed Hardy to…
  • Out of School and In the “Real World” Now? Here Are 5 Ways to Deal With the Stress

    Eric Rogell
    10 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    So the final bell has rung and school’s out. Forever. No more sleeping in until your first class at noon. No more living on dad’s dime. Time to get out and make your mark on the world. And some money. I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess you’re scared shitless, right? Of course you are. We all were. (Some of us still are, but that’s another story for another post…) Handling the daunting new challenges the world is throwing at you like an endless string of high and tight fastballs may get a little too much at times—especially when you’re a single guy in your twenties.
  • Looking for Variety and Better Cardio From Your Weekend League? Think Lacrosse

    Eric Rogell
    8 Oct 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Lacrosse is a great way to, uh, meet people If you’re bored of playing the same sports year after year in your local rec leagues, maybe it’s time to try something different. One answer might be lacrosse. Yeah, lacrosse. Forget the must-punch-their-faces image of “Lax Bros” douching it up on college campuses—as one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S. lacrosse offers all the social benefits of playing a team sport and its fast-paced action is great for cardiovascular fitness. Think it’ll be tough to find a league? The growing popularity of lacrosse should make it easier and…
  • So You’re Thinking About Joining an Adult Athletic League

    Eric Rogell
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:04 am
    Finally realize playing fantasy football isn’t exactly getting you the exercise you need? Thinking maybe it’s time you got off the couch, and actually got in the game? Good. Because some physical activity will help keep you above ground longer, and the physiological boost is beneficial on many levels. Whatever you reason for strapping on the pads, there are a lot of reasons why joining a sports league could be one of the best things you ever do. Here are a few: Benefits of Joining a Sports League A Change in Your Exercise Routine Working out at the gym is all well and good, but it can get…
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    Gear Patrol

  • Today in Gear: October 20, 2014

    19 Oct 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Today in Gear: TravisMathew's glass ping pong table, Google Nexus 9, trendy-looking timber bags, Patagonia wading pants and more. ...Read More »
  • In Case You Missed It: October 12 – 19

    19 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Our best articles from the last few weeks. Just in case, ya know, you missed them: driving the 2015 Ford F-150, why pumpkin beer is a problem, torture testing the Baja 1000, electric bikes and more. ...Read More »
  • This Week in Gear: October 13 – 17

    18 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    A look back at an entire week's worth of gear. ...Read More »
  • At the Paris Motor Show, Design is in the Details

    17 Oct 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Auto shows are all about the big picture, but it's the details that always catch our eye. Check out our shots from 2014 Paris Auto Show and you'll see what we mean. ...Read More »
  • Kit: Fall Commuting

    17 Oct 2014 | 12:04 pm
    Every “hardcore”, year-round bike commuter was once a fair-weather cycler. Then came the discovery that the key to year-round biking comfort is getting the right gear. ...Read More »
 
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  • The Sunday Hangover

    Mike Newman
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:45 am
    1 Ana Su by Cecilia A.H. Arias for C-Heads – C-Heads Magazine 2 Every ‘Bastard’ in Game of Thrones – Uproxx 3 The Man Who Set Up His Own Toll Road, Without Permission – Digg 4 The Insane 3 Michelin-Star Restaurant in Madrid – Sploid 5 The 10 Best Secret Restaurants in America – Cool Material 6 Macro Footage of Chemical Reactions – Huh Magazine 7 Artist Covers Husbands Car in Sharpie – My Modern Met 8 This Is What ...
  • Red Wing Heritage Kangatan 8180 Boots

    Ben Dahl
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:30 pm
    In the 1960s, baseball legend Ted “The Kid” Williams signed on with Sears to develop and market a line of household sports equipment. One of the most notable pieces to come out of the deal were the SuperSetter 888 boots developed in partnership with Red Wing. Red Wing’s Heritage collection used that iconic boot as inspiration for their new 8180 boots. The original’s were referred to as Kangatan boots because of their use of green Kangatan Portage leather, and that ...
  • Turn Any Flat Plank Into A Shelf

    Ben Dahl
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:30 am
    Do you remember the Floyd Leg hardware? It turned any flat surface into a table using some cleverly designed hardware and integrated clamps. The Floyd Leg made creating your own table so much easier than actually designing and building out legs because all you needed was the table top. If you want some similarly styled storage / display space, The Floyd Shelf uses the same idea to turn any flat plank (up to 1 5/8″ thick) into one hell of a ...
  • Rossling & Co Automatic Watches

    Ben Dahl
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:30 am
    Rossling & Co. has already introduced us to one line of affordable, ultra-thin watches. After delivering their first successful Kickstarter project (the watches are seriously awesome), they went back to the drawing board to give their customers exactly what they wanted–an automatic watch that adheres to all the Rossling & Co. principles that made the first watch such a success. The guts of this new watch is a Japanese Miyota Calibre 9015 self-winding, 3-hand movement with a 42-hour reserve. That ...
  • DIY: Leather Doctor’s Bag

    Ben Dahl
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web. We’ve covered a lot of in-depth projects using materials that run the gamut from concrete to industrial pipe, but this leather doctor’s bag might just be the most complicated yet. Randy from Cachicamo Leather Works made ...
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    JaysonGaddis.com

  • If You Feel Hardened or Hurt by Relationships, Read This

    Jayson
    16 Oct 2014 | 11:29 am
    We are hardened by our relationship wounds. They calcify around us and we become less available to the people we care most about, less available to the magic of life, less available to the perfection of it all. I speak from personal experience. I chose this hardened “program” until I was 29. Eventually the pain was too great. I was done. Fortunately for me, I had a whisper of a feeling that it could be different for me, it was time to get some guidance. Ask yourself if this is you. If you feel hardened or hurt by marriage/relationships/intimacy, or you are mad, ashamed, afraid, alone,…
  • Taking Responsibility For Your Relationship Life

    Jayson
    9 Oct 2014 | 2:58 pm
    Let’s say you and I are in a long-term relationship. When I expect you to live like me, make choices like me, love like me, or automatically get me, I set myself up for various levels of frustration, angst, hurt feelings, and resentment. Similarly, when I’m in the dumper and I expect myself to live, or behave like you, I will probably feel depressed, guilt, shame, and less than. Our connection will now experience more and more stress over time. But let’s say you suddenly get inspired and decide you want to change this lame dynamic, only to find that I am resistant. I’m defensive.
  • How To Leave Your Relationship

    Jayson
    5 Oct 2014 | 7:35 pm
    A lot of people ask me, “how do I leave my relationship?” “What do I say? What do I do?” Here’a s short video with a few thoughts.   I’ll unpack this more on Wednesday Oct 1st during a 1 hour interview with Dr. Love. Click the link below to join the live interview and bring your questions! By the way, I rarely make recommendations of other people’s work, but I dig this woman big time. Dr Love has an amazing new book out called “Love Never Dies” that speaks about when relationships do end (because they do), that the love between you…
  • How To Clear Resentments, Fast

    Jayson
    30 Sep 2014 | 11:34 am
    For years, I carried a pile of anger, and many, many resentments and ran away from my pain. Most of the time I had no idea I was running away. I dodged and weaved. I distracted, I took cover, I hid. I resented many people like my parents. I blamed my partners. Hell, I might have even resented or blamed you at some point. I pretty much did it all. I ran my strategies until BOOM, the pain was at an all time high and I cracked. This was a very helpful, although uncomfortable, way to learn. The irony of course is that by running from my pain, I created more pain. Why would I create more pain? I…
  • How To Resolve Conflict Without Talking

    Jayson
    23 Sep 2014 | 5:46 am
    Sometimes when my spouse is struggling with her own stuff, my body instantly responds and goes into a habitual reaction. My mind, then translates this and makes it about me because I grew up with a parent who’s body language mimics my partners. At this point in my reaction, because it’s uncomfortable and I want it to go away, I might try to “talk it out” with her by focussing all my attention on her. I will say things like “You seem angry,” “You’re shut down,” “What’s wrong with you right now, why are you so distant?” etc.
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    Acquire

  • Bell x Roland Sands Designs Bullitt

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    One of the most talented bike builders puts his spin on one of the best looking motorcycle helmets out there, the Bell Bullitt. Red, White, and Blue stripes give the Bullitt a bold and patriotic hue while playing up Sands' love for vintage styling. If you're not familiar with the Bullitt, Bell turned the clocks back and took their inspiration from the original Star helmet and created a helmet with all those beautiful, classic lines, but with all the necessary, modern safety features. $449, Bell
  • ThirtyTwo Ultralight 2

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:05 am
    Snowboarding boots will always look like big, clunky moon boots, but that doesn't mean they should weigh you down. ThirtyTwo is releasing their lightest snowboarding boot the Ultralight 2 and it may just be your favorite new addition to your snowboarding equipment this season. They've ditched the rubber for an outsole made from High Density Evolution Foam and that makes the boot extra light helping to reduce tired legs and fatigue on the slopes. It also has a heat moldable liner so you can get a custom fit and an articulating cuff helps keep your heel locked down. $379, ThirtyTwo
  • Parabellum Pouches

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:31 am
    We can't get enough of Parabellum's bison leather, the texture and the colorways are just some of the most striking pieces we've ever laid eyes on and as much as we love the big names in the biz, these guys make one hell of a compelling alternative to the usual choices. Their latest addition is a collection of sleeves for storing all your small goods and documents, a perfect and compact portfolio wrapped in some of the most vibrant and rich leathers you've ever seen. Colette
  • Unis Lambswool Cardigan

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:23 am
    You can put this one on your fall essentials list. Unis' Lambswool Cardigan will quickly become a favorite as it can be worn in a variety of ways and when it gets cool outside you can always count on Scottish wool. The sweater is made from a high quality 100% lambswool crafted in Hawick, Scotland and is cut with saddle shoulders and a slimmer body that looks great on dressier occasions or casual ones. $244, Unis
  • Sony SBH60 Bluetooth Headset

    17 Oct 2014 | 5:47 am
    Anyone who's ever owned a Walkman will feel a bit of nostalgia when they see the SBH60 headphones from Sony. The retro-inspired cans are a 21st century update complete with Bluetooth audio streaming in a beautiful, low-profile design. The headphones pack a bit of punch for such a compact design. They not only feature Bluetooth streaming and NFC, but can last up to 13 hours on a single charge for both music streaming and phone calls. The SBH60s are compatible with any A2DP compatible device and has a standard 3.5mm plug for tethered listening. Sony
 
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    The New Man – Advice for Men on Relationships, Dating, Fitness, Career and Sex

  • September Update: Business that Matters, Mentoring, & Ask Tripp

    Tripp Lanier
    25 Sep 2014 | 8:03 am
    TweetUse the player above to listen. In this updateR […] The post September Update: Business that Matters, Mentoring, & Ask Tripp appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • UPDATE: What’s Happening with The New Man?

    Tripp Lanier
    26 Aug 2014 | 11:22 am
    Tripp discusses what's happening with The New Man. Where are the new episodes? What new course is he developing? And what is this new coaching group all about? The post UPDATE: What’s Happening with The New Man? appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • 160 Get Over Criticism and Live a Big Dream – Amelia Rose Earhart

    Tripp Lanier
    12 Aug 2014 | 5:03 pm
    What keeps you from making your dreams a reality? Are you scared of being criticized in public? Amelia Rose Earhart discusses her round the world flight and challenges. The post 160 Get Over Criticism and Live a Big Dream – Amelia Rose Earhart appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • Do You Have to Make Money Doing What You Love?

    Tripp Lanier
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:10 am
    Stressed out, grumpy guys says things like: “I have to find my purpose in the world. And I have to pay the bills doing the thing I was put on this earth to do!” This makes it sound like a guy can’t do what he loves unless he can justify it with a handsome, stable paycheck. But is this really true? In the fifth and last lesson of this mini-course, we’re going to explore what it means to live with a sense of purpose or passion and how money fits into all of that. The post Do You Have to Make Money Doing What You Love? appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • A Simple Relationship Tool for Men

    Tripp Lanier
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:07 am
    Most guys are so busy they don’t realize that they’re neglecting the most important things in their lives — relationships. And it makes sense. Relationships are often the stickiest, most challenging areas we know. But what if you could learn a tool that would help you navigate any relationship with more confidence and ease? What if you could learn how to ditch the neediness and drama? In the fourth lesson of this mini-course we dive into relationships and what you can do — today — to improve every single one of them. The post A Simple Relationship Tool for Men appeared first on The…
 
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    menshealth.com.sg

  • Enjoy The Game

    Kelvtan
    15 Oct 2014 | 9:31 pm
    There’s just something satisfying about sports. After long hours at the office, there’s a certain pleasure in getting down and dirty in the mud, or slinging shots back and forth across a court, for just one single moment of sporting pleasure. Sometimes I wonder why such occasions elicit grins from my football kakis and me. After all, there are no cameras in the stands, no fans cheering, no big sponsorship deals waiting. No one will remember that fantastic Lionel Messi-like slalom I made, running past five players and slotting the ball into the top corner of the net.read more
  • 4 things I learnt during a juice cleanse

    Kelvtan
    9 Oct 2014 | 8:27 pm
    What is a juice cleanse? According to Punch Detox, a company that designs three-day programmes, it’s a form of ‘spring cleaning’. While the body has the natural way of detoxing, more often than not, modern day busy lifestyles and poor eating habits diminish the body’s natural capacity for eliminating toxins and repairing itself, they preach.   read more
  • 5 Good (and Weird) Moments of My Korean Sojourn

    kyleung
    8 Oct 2014 | 2:58 am
    With the mercury and PSI rising on our shores, I was fortunate enough to drop by Incheon, Korea, for three days last week – in time to catch the table tennis finals of the 17th Asian Games and the marvellous Closing Ceremony. There wasn’t a lot of time to explore my environs (not helped by the language barrier), but what I did come away with might raise your eyebrows. 1. GOOD Koreans cheering us onread more
  • This Man Takes Travel Documentaries To Scary Extremes

    kennethwee_
    7 Oct 2014 | 12:58 am
    "No expedition, adventure or film comes about without a little bit of suffering," says Bryan Smith, a seasoned kayaker turned adventure filmmaker.   read more
  • Honey, Who Blew Up My Stuff?

    kyleung
    2 Oct 2014 | 1:06 am
    Recently, I decided to downsize my phone. I had been using an eight-inch tablet for over a year, and while browsing the web and using apps is a breeze, putting the device away isn’t. Plus, I find myself having to put the mammoth to my ear to answer a call when I haven’t got my earphones on, which is often. At these times I feel like a defendant exiting a courthouse.read more
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    The Stogie Guys

  • Quick Smoke: La Dueña Robusto

    Patrick S
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a Quick Smoke: not quite a full review, just our brief verdict on a single cigar of “buy,” “hold,” or “sell.” I very much enjoyed La Dueña (made and distributed by My Father, but blended by Tatuaje’s Pete Johnson) when it was first released, although I haven’t had many recently. The cigar features a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper around Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos . This Robusto has the same flavors I remember from past La Dueña cigars (sweetness, earth, and cocoa) but with far less intensity. It’s still…
  • Quick Smoke: Davidoff Colorado Claro Short Perfecto

    George E
    18 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a Quick Smoke: not quite a full review, just our brief verdict on a single cigar of “buy,” “hold,” or “sell.” This could be the poster child for total cigar enjoyment. From an immaculate Ecuadorian Colorado Claro wrapper rolled around the finely tapered body, to the mouth-watering sweet pre-light aroma and flavors that entice from beginning to end, this little stick is built to please. The tastes are complex, the strength medium to full, construction excellent, and satisfaction immense. Praised by my colleague in a 2010 review that awarded the…
  • Stogie Guys Friday Sampler No. 403

    The Stogie Guys
    17 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    As we have since July 2006, each Friday we’ll post a mixed bag of quick cigar news and other items of interest. Below is our latest Friday Sampler. 1) Culver City—a California town near Los Angeles with a population of about 40,000—has criminalized smoking inside condos, apartments, and other multi-unit residences. This week, the City Council voted 4-1 to approve the new ban, with the only opposition coming from an official who thought the ordinance lacked the “teeth” for proper enforcement. “The ordinance calls for ‘private enforcement’ as city police would not have the…
  • Cigar Review: Viaje Cache

    Patrick S
    16 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    Viaje Cache’s name refers to two things: First, we’re told it has tobacco selected from a “cache” of select, well-aged leaves at the TABSA factory in Nicaragua, where it is made. Second, in a box of Viaje Cache cigars you get 20 traditional round parejos, but underneath you’ll find a hidden layer of five box-pressed cigars. Both the box-pressed and parejo versions measure 5 inches long with a ring gauge of 52. They feature a Mexican maduro wrapper around Nicaraguan Aganorsa binder and filler. For this review, I smoked four of the round parejo versions. If, like…
  • Cigar Review: L’Atelier Imports LAT46 Selection Spéciale

    Patrick A
    15 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    L’Atelier Imports, which debuted just a couple years ago, is an outfit formed by Pete Johnson (of Tatuaje fame) to make “consumer price conscious cigars.” The L’Atelier portfolio includes Surrogates, El Suelo, Trocadéro, L’Atelier Maduro, and the original L’Atelier core line. The latter is crafted at My Father Cigars in Nicaragua using Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos. The wrappers are Sancti Spíritus, which is a cross between Criollo and Pelo d’Oro that’s grown in Ecuador. L’Atelier originally had three formats: LAT52 (4.75 x 52), LAT54 (5.6 x 54), and LAT56 (6.5 x…
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    The Good Men Project

  • It’s Important to Remember That Even Your Worst Days Only Have 24 Hours

    Elite Daily
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Once you wake up, rested and refreshed, it’s time to move your focus off your problem and onto the solution. — I’ve had some really bad days — I’m sure we’ve all had our fair share. It’s the worst when your day starts off horribly, as it sets the mood for the remaining hours. I’ve had several days, even recently, that started with horrible news. I’d wake up, sun hitting my face while I peeked out the window, I’d reach for my phone, read a few emails I wish I hadn’t, and then watch as the skies darkened, the remainder of my day clouded with a numbing haze. And all of…
  • Do It For You

    Dane Rauschenberg
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:00 pm
    Those who say you can’t aren’t an inspiration. Today I saw someone get a lot of attention (be it retweets, likes or whatever it was) for a statement that said “There is no greater pleasure in life in doing what people say you cannot do.” Even ignoring the bad grammar of the sentence (“than” rather “in”), I could not possibly disagree more. All the time I see similar comments which have that same defiant attitude. Akin to a “You said I couldn’t; now watch me while I do.” stance, I find it to be counterproductive to a happy mindset. I…
  • The 9 Most Overlooked Threats to Your Marriage

    Kelly Flanagan
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:45 pm
    Dr. Kelly Flanagan says marriage can’t make you un-lonely. It’s a place where two humans can share the experience of loneliness.  I feel bad for marital communication, because it gets blamed for everything. For generations, in survey after survey, couples have rated marital communication as the number one problem in marriage. It’s not. Marital communication is getting a bad rap. It’s like the kid who fights back on the playground. The playground supervisors hear a commotion and turn their heads just in time to see his retaliation. He didn’t create the problem;…
  • I Learned About Persuasion From my Dad

    John Trybulec
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Straight talk from a very persuasive dad has a long reaching effect. At 6:00 A.M. on my 16 birthday, my father walked into my bedroom, tapped me on my shoulder and quietly woke me. He whispered, “Happy birthday. Put your clothes on. Come downstairs. We are going for a ride… But, first, we need to talk.” Dad was always full of surprises and short sentences.What could be waiting for me? “Here. Sit down. Shut up and listen.”, he said as he pointed to a chair in the kitchen. With 2 hands he yanked out another chair that was hiding under the white porcelain covered steel table. Dad…
  • Comment of the Day: “Do too many choices paralyze people?”

    the Editors
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Are we faced with so many choices that it’s hard to decide what to do with our lives?   Mark, in response to 7 Choices You’ll Regret at the End of Your Life: That is an issue with many many people, kimanzi. This culture can offer too many choices that people are paralyzed. My dreams are fulfilled. No drama in my life, great relationship with my wife, career coming to an end at MY choice, and have really all the stuff I could ever want or need, except less of it. That may be my next dream. Giving it all away. It’s just stuff. Most require maintenance. That’s a bummer. I have a…
 
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    inStash

  • Refold Rolls Out Portable Cardboard Standing, Sitting Desks

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Refold’s Portable Cardboard Standing and Sitting Desks are coming to New Zealand and the U.S., making us all rethink how we furnish our offices in the process. For just $127, you can get an environmentally-friendly piece of office furniture that allows you to be as productive as ever while also staying true to the minimalist lifestyle.These desks fold into lightweight, compact carry cases, allowing you to work and live the way you want. The flexible, user-friendly design caters to endless applications. It could be used for offices, schools, creative studios, events, or even mobile offices…
  • MasterCard 2015: Fingerprint Scanning Built In!

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Fingerprint technology is finally being used to make our devices and forms of payment more secure, and now MasterCard is getting in on the act with a card that comes with a built-in fingerprint sensor. When it comes to identity theft and credit card misappropriation, no security measure is too much, and by tying use of the card to your actual body, it makes it very difficult for hackers and ne’er-do-wells to find a suitable workaround.Zwipe has successfully tested its prototype overseas and expects to roll out a fully functional release in 2015. We’re sure other credit card companies will…
  • Rescue Tip-Board Allows You To Become A Whitewater Hero

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    If you’ve ever gone whitewater rafting, then you know it can be challenging and unpredictable, and that can sometimes lead to grave consequences without the right help along for the ride. Thankfully, the Rescue Tip-Board is seeking to change that with an easily “tippable,” yet surprisingly stable raft that allows you to get the leverage needed for those dangerous moments when there is no room for error.Created for the Dutch fire service by Spark Design, the Rescue Tip-Board is an ingenious inflatable that’s unfortunately unavailable here in the States. Hopefully, that…
  • OS X Yosemite: If This Doesn’t Make You An Apple Guy, Nothing Will

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:20 am
    I’ve been an Apple guy for a long time. For better and worse, I’ve hung with the company even when it put me through a three-hour customer service nightmare with my one dysfunctional iPhone. (I’ve been on the phone since the second generation release.) Eventually, the clean, crisp design and common sense functionality led me to purchase a MacBook Pro and ditch my PC forever.Of all the Apple products I’ve owned, the MacBook Pro is the best. The only reason I’m now on my second one is because I spilled coffee all over the first one, and that was just when I was…
  • Remmus 45K Lounger Turns With The Sun

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:51 am
    The Remmus Lounger is the latest luxury cruise furniture from a team that has more than 100 years of experience building interiors, exteriors, and electronics for just such an audience. The company’s latest offering is a chair that turns with the sun ensuring that you never accidentally fry your retinas when you’re out on the water.The Remmus Lounger boasts LED lighting that is operable both manually and automatically, so you can spend all day out on the sea and barely move a muscle. The one barrier to entry — and it’s a big one — is price. At $45,000,…
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    Effortless Gent

  • A Few Thoughts On Wearing Black

    Barron Cuadro
    15 Oct 2014 | 9:02 pm
    Thanks to all who entered our Ministry of Supply giveaway last week. It was a big one! In case you missed it, here’s the post. Our five winners have been contacted: dpd75, rachman. noor, kostka. fex, martinbcalder, mr. renelucha. You should be receiving your prizes from us very soon! I’ve had a bit of an obsession with wearing black clothing since moving to NYC, and I’m not completely sure why. On the sunny West Coast, I never wore black. I owned one pair of black chinos which rarely saw the outside of my closet. I only recently bought a pair of black lace-ups for formal…
  • Travel Light: A Lean Approach to Packing

    Barron Cuadro
    8 Oct 2014 | 9:02 pm
    I’ve packed plenty of times this summer. My wife and I traveled for two weeks, each with only one carry-on. We went from San Francisco to Miami, Indiana, Chicago (for a day), Washington D.C., and finally ended up in New York. We experienced a bunch of different climate combinations and weather changes: sunny and humid, wet and rainy, warm and overcast. Currently, in New York, we’re in the middle of a seasonal shift, from summer to fall. And yes, up until recently, we were living out of the same carry-ons we started with two months ago. Living lean, traveling lean Packing for…
  • What Exactly Is “Designer” Clothing?

    Barron Cuadro
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:51 am
    In the movie The Devil Wears Prada, there’s a scene in which Andrea (the main character) snickers under her breath when Miranda, her boss and editor-in-chief of the publication Andrea works for, debates with a colleague about two similar shades of blue. Miranda notices Andy’s reaction and proceeds to lecture her that despite her inability to identify the subtleties of the two colors (and her lack of regard for fashion “stuff” in general), everything in fashion is carefully selected by “the people in this room”, and these choices—colors, trends, styles—trickle…
  • FIVE CHANCES TO WIN: A Workday Ready Outfit from Ministry Of Supply, Plus More!

    Barron Cuadro
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:02 pm
    Hey Gents, Super excited to bring you this giveaway today, from our awesome friends at Ministry of Supply. We checked out MoS’ gear earlier this year and found it perfect for the active commute or workday. In addition to incorporating both ventilation and moisture-wicking properties, their products are soft to the touch (several models feature a brushed interior finish) and have plenty of give and stretch. For example, throw on the Apollo dress shirt and you’ll immediately notice the lack of restriction compared to a standard dress shirt. Even if you’re not always a huge sweaty mess, or…
  • Dressing For Success, according to Shark Tank

    Barron Cuadro
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:36 pm
    I love what Daymond John and Kevin O’Leary, investors on the show Shark Tank, say about the importance of dressing sharply in this article. They also mention dressing for your profession and position. “Your look really needs to be true to your profession, head to toe… Don’t come as a construction worker dressed in silk. I need to see you in some overalls with a hard hat on.” People expect you to look and act a certain way. It’s human nature; we construct our expectations so we don’t have to overthink situations. If you’re at the hospital, you expect…
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    Male Standard

  • Introducing The Dapper Classics Fall 2014 Collection

    Male Standard
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:07 am
    Fall is in the air. Wool should be on your feet. We’re excited to introduce the Dapper Classics Fall 2014 Collection. These new Solid, Stripe, Dot, and Pattern socks are made in the USA with fine merino wool.     With more than 15 new styles to choose from, including the first Dapper Classics Fair Isle sock, the Fall 2014 Collection complements a wide range of menswear—from casual attire to business suits and formal wear. These brown, burgundy, burnt orange, charcoal, hunter green, purple, and sky blue socks look dapper in dress shoes, loafers, and chukka boots.    …
  • Travel Channel And Time Inc.’s Sports Illustrated Partner To Produce New Five-Part Series Of Specials

    Male Standard
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:30 am
    Travel Channel and Time Inc. have formed a partnership in which Sports Illustrated will produce a five-part series of one-hour specials for the Network titled “Sports Illustrated®: The Making of Swimsuit 2015” (wt). The specials, which will feature a behind-the-scenes journey through the creation of the upcoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit multi-platform edition, is slated to anchor the Travel Channel’s “Beach Week” multi-platform programming event, currently scheduled for February 2015. This marks the third consecutive year that Travel Channel and SI have teamed up, with…
  • The Modern Hatchet — The Unexpected — By Svbscription

    Male Standard
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:02 am
    Whether used for camping, splitting firewood or bringing down that shaky tree, a hatchet is an outdoorsmen’s necessity. Hatchets give you some decided advantages in any outdoor scenario. Compared to a knife, they allow you to gather and split firewood more efficiently, speed up game processing, and create bigger and better shelters. It’s important that a hatchet has the right splitting ability, build, balance, and feel — plus, it couldn’t possibly hurt for it to be beautifully designed either, right?   The Modern Hatchet — The Unexpected — By Svbscription…
  • Brewmaster Jill Vaughn on Shock Top Banana Wheat Beer #ShockTopCA

    Male Standard
    18 Oct 2014 | 6:15 am
    Male Standard was invited by the traditional Belgian-Style wheat ale brewers Shock Top to an exclusive tap takeover with Brewmaster Jill Vaughn. Together, we celebrated the return of a fall beer favourite, and saw the unveiling of a new brew for the festive season. Not only is Shock Top Pumpkin Wheat back, but we got to sample Shock Top’s newest limited edition beer: Spiced Banana Wheat. The Shock Top Brewmasters have an undeniable passion for creating innovative brews made with unexpected flavors. Due to the overwhelming response these beers have received, Shock Top is pleased to…
  • Cocktails to Beat the Autumn Chill

    Male Standard
    18 Oct 2014 | 4:29 am
    2 GINGERS® Irish Whiskey is here. Add a festive twist to the tired tea and coffee bit with two cocktail recipes. Try the 2 Gingers® Hot Toddy or the 2 Gingers® Big Ginger® to warm you up from the inside out!   2 Gingers® Hot Toddy   4 parts 2 Gingers® Irish Whiskey 2 parts Agave Nectar 1 part Ginger Liqueur 1 part Lemon Juice A dash of aromatic bitters   Method   Combine ingredients in a mug. Top off with hot water, stir, and garnish by floating a lemon wheel stabbed with dry cloves. Alternative garnish: cinnamon stick.   Big Ginger®   
2 parts 2…
 
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    Owen Marcus

  • How Not to Sabotage Yourself in Creating the Relationship You Want

    Owen Marcus
    3 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Looking for the right partner is work, so we apply our productivity traits to the process. There is value in being focus and diligent. The downside is we can end up sabotaging ourselves. The post I wrote for Digital Romance describes what to avoid with creating our list of what we want in a partner and maintaining the standards of that list. I give simple suggestions that work… and make relationships more fun. The post How Not to Sabotage Yourself in Creating the Relationship You Want appeared first on Owen Marcus.
  • The Power of Masculine Emotional Intelligence

    Owen Marcus
    18 Sep 2014 | 9:38 pm
    Chris Luna from NYC and host of the  Craft of Charisma Podcast asks how to use the qualities of Emotional Masculine Intelligence (MEI). I give men ways to raise their MEI so they start winning more. It actually can be easy if you are doing what works. So often our problem as men is what we were told doesn’t work. Listen to my discussion to learn how to have relationships with women that work… and are fun. Photo by Jake Givens The post The Power of Masculine Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Owen Marcus.
  • Masculine Quotient – An Emotional Intelligence Test for men

    Owen Marcus
    9 Sep 2014 | 7:29 am
    “Emotional Intelligence for men”: is not an oxymoron. In fact, we are developing the Masculine Quotient, or MQ Test. Go here to take it: www.masculinequotient.com/mq-test-creation We need your help. Men grew up with the honor of being schooled in emotional intelligence by our mothers, then our teachers, counselors, girlfriends, and wives. No matter how good we were as students of emotions, however, there was always something missing. Few of us had men modeling or teaching Masculine Emotional Intelligence (MEI). This first version of the MQ Test attempts to draw out of men and women what…
  • The Key to Emotional Freedom for Men

    Owen Marcus
    20 Aug 2014 | 1:58 pm
    Here’s an interview Katie McCarthy did with me on her podcast Give Good. Katie asks many of the questions I get from women about men’s groups. I go on to explain what a men’s group does for men. Katie explains how women have sisterhood, but how men rarely have a brotherhood. I speak about one of the key MQ skills of Holding Space and its “applied mindfulness.” I share about how my process of healing my Asperger’s Syndrome and dyslexia lead to me to create a new type of men’s group. Here are some the links to what I speak about that in the interview:…
  • Masculine Emotional Intelligence: Hacking Emotions at SXSW

    Owen Marcus
    12 Aug 2014 | 6:58 am
    “Feeling emotions” is not an oxymoron for men. Men generally feel and express emotions differently than women do. Women have always had to step up to fill in for all the times men were away from the family working, fighting, traveling – and they did a great job. But we’ve lost the masculine perspective on emotionality – if we ever really had it. Boys often don’t have their fathers around to show them the unique masculine ways to experience and express their emotions. Instead, as boys we learned a feminine way of feeling and expressing. Collectively we now view emotionality from a…
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    Enterase

  • Gentlemen of Bacongo

    Jessica Rodriguez
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:53 am
    Gentlemen of Bacongo Learn about the “Sapeurs” in this style-injected book about a society of gentlemen in the Congo. Beauty, harmony, elegance, and  honor rule in the society of Sapeurs and their codes are taken very seriously. Step inside the world of the Gentlemen of Bacongo and enter one of the most exclusive clubs in the world. Discover the “world within a world within a city” for $35.
  • Moleskin Celebrates The 30th Anniverasry of Pac-Man With Notebook

    Wilson Davalos
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:45 pm
    Moleskin Pac-Man Moleskin is celebrating the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man with a special limited edition collection. We are particularly feeling the Moleskine Pac-Man Large Plain Notebook. It’s a 5 x 8.25 notebook in yellow. We love that 80′s arcade video game screen of Pac-Man featuring 30 lives. Inside you’ll find some of the history behind the world wide hit of Pac-Man and a set of stickers.
  • Tobacco Wet Shave Soap

    Wilson Davalos
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:46 am
    Tobacco Shave Soap We all know that in order to get a perfect shave you need to lubricate. However how many of us really take the time to do this. Most of us just go straight to the shaving cream and hope that we wont need stitches after our speed shaving session. This Tobacco Wet Shave Soap is a great addition to your shaving routine. It’s scent is described has a mixture of lavender, citrus, floral and the aroma of an expensive cigar. The Tobacco Wet Shave Soap is formulated to actually extract oils and toxins from your skin. So do yourself a favor and pick up a sample.
  • Working Class Foodies Cookbook

    Wilson Davalos
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:46 pm
    Working Class Foodies Cookbook We’ve been fans of the video series Working Class Foodies for a few years now. So we knew that this cookbook was going to be good. The Working Class Foodies Cookbook is filled with 100 seasonal and organic recipes. Best of all, these recipes will cost you under $8. Ditch the noodles, and learn how to cook. At about $15, you need this cookbook.
  • Incase Alloy Backpack

    Wilson Davalos
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:55 am
    Incase Alloy Backpack We’ve always been huge fans of Incase. From iPhone Cases, to every type of backpack that you can image. They are always manufactured with the highest of standards, and Incase always makes utility and style a focal point. The Incase Alloy Backpack is no different, it looks amazing. Best of all, you’ll know that this backpack is filled with pockets for all of your gadgets. From your laptop, mp3 player and books. Incase always does it right, get yourself this Alloy Backpack. For $130, you’ll have an excellent backpack.
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    Life For Rent

  • Someday I will wake up as a completely different person.

    Shoaib
    25 Sep 2014 | 12:10 pm
    When your heart gets broken, nothing will ever be the same. Opinions, views and circumstances change. So does your outlook on life in general. No matter how hard you try, you can`t mend a broken heart. Even if you glue all the pieces together, the cracks will still show. And your eyes will always seem a little bit sad, even when you`ll be smiling.                                                                      …
  • ALS: ICE BUCKET challenge: What is this and why has it become such a trend?

    Shoaib
    21 Aug 2014 | 11:45 am
    The ice bucket challenge has exploded online as a viral phenomenon, prompting new interest and attention towards the ALS disease.ALS, also known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” is a muscular degenerative disorder that affects the muscle neurons of the body. Eventually, it leads to paralysis, vital organ failure and, in some cases, death.Since the Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral, the ALS Association has received over $14 million in donations — a huge boost from the $1.7 million in donations during the same time period last year.Famous celebrities and sports personalities have taken up…
  • FIFA World Cup

    Shoaib
    12 Jun 2014 | 9:14 am
    On 7 March 2003, FIFA announced that the tournament would be held in South America for the first time since Argentina hosted the competition in 1978, Brazil were the only remaining official candidate after Colombia withdrew its bid on 11 April 2006. The Brazilian bid was won on 30 October 2007. 1950 FIFA WORLD CUP: BRAZIL Brazil's determination to put on a show meant they built the world's biggest football stadium, the Maracana, for the 1950 FIFA World Cup™. Yet their dream of becoming the world's best died in that huge bowl, Asociación Uruguaya de Fútbol - Página Oficial capturing…
  • Live Cricket Streaming

    Shoaib
    8 Mar 2014 | 12:07 am
  • 18 Simple Ideas to Simplify Your Daily Life

    Shoaib
    7 Feb 2014 | 11:03 pm
 
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    Amazing Cigar Bargains

  • Cigars International 10% off and Sitewide

    Carl
    16 Oct 2014 | 5:51 am
    If you’re looking to pick up some sticks you may as well take advantage of this CI coupon with 10% off your entire order, and FREE SHIPPING on orders over $99.  Just enter code: CICRAZY10 at checkout and you are good to go.  It is only active until Friday so get on it! Post expires at 11:59pm on Friday October 17th, 2014
  • Event- Cigar Dinner With Drew Estate

    Carl
    16 Oct 2014 | 5:47 am
    Hey Everyone…Neptune Cigar is having a Cigar Dinner With Drew Estate on Nov 1st and it looks like it will be a great time! The Dinner: Guests will enjoy a formal, 4-course seated dinner with each course paired with a cigar and wine or spirit. Caterers Thierry’s Catering are the exclusive caterers for The New World Center/New World Symphony in Miami Beach and have been offering their excellent cuisine and event design since 1989. Along with Thierry’s, Neptune has created a delightful menu that will tantalize your palate with our pairing of cigar and wine or spirit for each course.
  • StogieBoys.com ACB Special Offer

    Carl
    19 Sep 2014 | 6:29 am
    Hey all, I just wanted to let you know about the new Amazing Cigar Bargains special offer page over at Stogie Boys.  If you click their banner above, you can always check to see what the latest deal is.  It is a pretty cool addition so make sure you thank the people over at Stogie Boys! NOTE:  This deal has been pretty popular and they sold out pretty quick BUT I just got word that the Figurados are back in stock!  If you’ve been waiting, now’s your chance to grab them!
  • Hammer & Sickle Super 6 Assortment (6 Cigars) $19.95

    Carl
    8 Sep 2014 | 5:46 am
    Our friend Wes just sent in a pretty sweat deal.  Thompson Cigar has their Hammer & Sickle Super 6 Assortment available for $19.95.  Also, if you are looking to try some botique blends, Thompson has their Boutique Blends Sampler (8 Cigars) available for $24.95
  • New Sponsor – vipcubancigars.com

    Carl
    25 Aug 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Hey Everyone…In case you haven’t noticed there is a new banner on the sidebar to the right.  VipCubanCigars.com has just become our latest sponsor so make sure you head on over and check them out.  Also, feel free to comment on your experience with their cigars and customer service.  Thanks!
 
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    Rebel4Men

  • The “Good Man” Syndrome in the Church

    admin
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    Many men think they are good, morally upright and ethical which makes a relationship with Jesus unnecessary because they are good enough. But being a good man is not a great plan. The world doesn’t need more good men who “go to church”, are morally rooted, and don’t cheat on their wives. More specifically, the world doesn’t need more affiliated Christian men. The world, however, desperately needs activated disciples on Jesus. Affiliated men will go to church, put on a good attitude at work, and try to be a good person in life. I call these men the “Sleeping Giant”in the church…
  • “Listen Up” & Win Her Heart

    Every Man Ministries
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:26 am
    Married men have gargantuan responsibility to provide, protect, lead, love, be available for the kids, shepherd the family faith and most importantly wear the pressure that accompanies these responsibilities and burdens. In the midst of the battle, we also have the daunting assignment of cultivating and protecting that most mysterious marital commodity called – I-N-T-I-M-A-C-Y. You know – that unspoken, life-giving connection with your wife that feels like Christmas morning. When it comes to the issue of connection between husbands and wives I am reminded of the cell phone commercial that…
  • What is a Real Man?

    Joe Cardini
    22 Sep 2014 | 3:38 am
    I can’t think of a better, more appropriate and more important moment for a “What is a Real Man?” movement than right now! Since the dawn of time, the very definition of a “man” has been identified, redefined, altered, morphed and changed such that, today, if you were to stop and ask 100 people for their answer to this question, you would hear 100 different responses… Sadly, the odds are that not one response would point in the direction of Jesus Christ. Ironically, men themselves are at the root of this problem. Over the centuries, men have consistently confused the world with…
  • HOLY SHIFT! Do you need to Make One?

    Every Man Ministries
    3 Jun 2014 | 11:11 am
    Don’t worry. There’s an “F” after the “SHI” and before the “T” and, yes, I did it on purpose.  I am exchanging the secular phrase for a sacred principle, the silly for the serious, and if I pressed your buttons then mission accomplished.  What remains are the two words every believer must consider if they claim to be a follower of Jesus – holy and shift.  See for yourself. “If anyone belongs to Christ, there is a new creation. The old things have gone; everything is made new!”  2 Corinthians 5:17 NCV That’s some major shift going down.  Oops did it again.  Key…
  • What Fantastic Fathers Do: 7 Ground Rules to Becoming Fathers of the Future

    Every Man Ministries
    30 Dec 2013 | 8:35 am
    Parenting children is such a mammoth responsibility. From infant through adulthood, children rely on their parents in more ways than the pocketbook. While no one is the perfect parent, certain parenting behaviors have serious negative effects on children. For example, studies show poor parenting can lead to higher risk for psychological disorders, academic performance problems, depression and low self-esteem, violence and behavior problems, failure to thrive, problems with the law, and poor social adjustment. Gulp. I would add that absent fathers, leave girls and boys without a role model for…
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    Primer

  • 7 Things a High School Bully Taught Me about Facing Fears

    Greg Lhamon
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:43 pm
    Sometimes you have to be willing to take a punch. Check out 7 Things a High School Bully Taught Me about Facing Fears on Primer.
  • It’s Friday … Have a Drink: Brooklyn

    Christopher Buecheler
    16 Oct 2014 | 9:04 pm
    Our weekly recommendation. Check out It’s Friday … Have a Drink: Brooklyn on Primer.
  • 22 Light Jackets for Fall

    Andrew Snavely
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:23 pm
    Our hand-curated selections for staying warm this autumn.Check out 22 Light Jackets for Fall on Primer.
  • 7 Romantic Fall Date Ideas

    Chris Nesi
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:12 am
    You're sure to win points and have a great time with one of these autumn dates. You can thank us later. Check out 7 Romantic Fall Date Ideas on Primer.
  • Classic Kicks: The Top 5 Classic Sneakers And Their History

    Tyler Copeland
    12 Oct 2014 | 2:22 pm
    Just like how wingtips or captoes have looked sharp for ages, these 5 sneakers have been solid choices for decades. Check out Classic Kicks: The Top 5 Classic Sneakers And Their History on Primer.
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    inStash

  • Refold Rolls Out Portable Cardboard Standing, Sitting Desks

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Refold’s Portable Cardboard Standing and Sitting Desks are coming to New Zealand and the U.S., making us all rethink how we furnish our offices in the process. For just $127, you can get an environmentally-friendly piece of office furniture that allows you to be as productive as ever while also staying true to the minimalist lifestyle.These desks fold into lightweight, compact carry cases, allowing you to work and live the way you want. The flexible, user-friendly design caters to endless applications. It could be used for offices, schools, creative studios, events, or even mobile offices…
  • MasterCard 2015: Fingerprint Scanning Built In!

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Fingerprint technology is finally being used to make our devices and forms of payment more secure, and now MasterCard is getting in on the act with a card that comes with a built-in fingerprint sensor. When it comes to identity theft and credit card misappropriation, no security measure is too much, and by tying use of the card to your actual body, it makes it very difficult for hackers and ne’er-do-wells to find a suitable workaround.Zwipe has successfully tested its prototype overseas and expects to roll out a fully functional release in 2015. We’re sure other credit card companies will…
  • Rescue Tip-Board Allows You To Become A Whitewater Hero

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    If you’ve ever gone whitewater rafting, then you know it can be challenging and unpredictable, and that can sometimes lead to grave consequences without the right help along for the ride. Thankfully, the Rescue Tip-Board is seeking to change that with an easily “tippable,” yet surprisingly stable raft that allows you to get the leverage needed for those dangerous moments when there is no room for error.Created for the Dutch fire service by Spark Design, the Rescue Tip-Board is an ingenious inflatable that’s unfortunately unavailable here in the States. Hopefully, that…
  • OS X Yosemite: If This Doesn’t Make You An Apple Guy, Nothing Will

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:20 am
    I’ve been an Apple guy for a long time. For better and worse, I’ve hung with the company even when it put me through a three-hour customer service nightmare with my one dysfunctional iPhone. (I’ve been on the phone since the second generation release.) Eventually, the clean, crisp design and common sense functionality led me to purchase a MacBook Pro and ditch my PC forever.Of all the Apple products I’ve owned, the MacBook Pro is the best. The only reason I’m now on my second one is because I spilled coffee all over the first one, and that was just when I was…
  • Remmus 45K Lounger Turns With The Sun

    Aric Mitchell
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:51 am
    The Remmus Lounger is the latest luxury cruise furniture from a team that has more than 100 years of experience building interiors, exteriors, and electronics for just such an audience. The company’s latest offering is a chair that turns with the sun ensuring that you never accidentally fry your retinas when you’re out on the water.The Remmus Lounger boasts LED lighting that is operable both manually and automatically, so you can spend all day out on the sea and barely move a muscle. The one barrier to entry — and it’s a big one — is price. At $45,000,…
 
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  • Black Butler Review

    Dan
    17 Oct 2014 | 1:45 am
    Black Butler is set for an October 17th limited release in the UK, as the live action adaption of the popular anime continues is success away from its native shores. Based on the Japanese Anime of the same name, the Black Butler is the first live action adaption that, whilst deviating from its source material quite drastically, attempts to retain enough of its original quirks and features to please the faithful fanboys. We admit, we had seems ome of the anime before this movie, but wouldn’t put ourselves in this category. With fight scenes that feel like a cross between The Raid and…
  • Should I by a Smartwatch?

    Dan
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:52 am
    It’s a question many of us have pondered in the last 12 months, and with more and more hitting the market, it is one that keeps coming around time and time again. Should you get a smartwatch? Are these companies pushing these watch-like wearables a little too aggressively? Is there actually a benefit to your life by owning one? Will they make enough of a difference to you to justify the expense? The world is polraised on the issue, so many for, so many against, but realistically only you can answer that question. So here are some useful points to help you figure out if a smartwatch is…
  • VW Golf R Review

    Joe
    14 Oct 2014 | 1:37 am
    The current incarnation of the Golf GTI makes us smile ear to ear just thinking about. Not since the very first Mark 1 in the 1980’s has there been a better example, and the original ‘hot hatch’ really is back to reclaim it’s place at the top of the pile. Now with the introduction of the all new VW Golf R, VW have even more to bring to the party, more power, more speed and four wheel drive makes this the fastest and most powerful production Golf. Ever. Best we test it then. From the outset you will not be disappointed. The looks are typically Golf, and typically understated when you…
  • Ultimate Ears BOOM Review

    Mik
    13 Oct 2014 | 4:54 am
    The portable speaker market has become rather congested of late with several big named brands launching products as well as several Kickstarter projects. In our experience we have always found one or two niggling issues with what we have tested and not a single one could tick all the boxes. Ultimate Ears BOOM (UE BOOM) seem to tick more boxes than most and is in a simple package. So apart from having a strangely cool name, is it any good? Oh, and we also have one to giveaway! It would be easy to simply put, YES, but you deserve more than that. The UE BOOM speaker fitted in to our day-to-day…
  • Your guide to Espresso

    Dan
    13 Oct 2014 | 1:34 am
    There’s a lot of variation in coffee, for many it is a passion, for some an addiction, and for others a passing fancy. Either way, we love our coffee, and to be honest, we’re sick of the rage that bubbles up when we hear people say ‘expresso’ as if that were a real thing – so we decided we best share some knowledge to reinforce yours, or educate the loathsome heathens. Espresso is a drink and a method of brewing in its own right, it isn’t just a really strong coffee. History class first. Those delightfully inventive Italians conceived a way of brewing coffee faster than the…
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  • Action Hero: The 25 Best GoPro Accessories

    Staff
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Whether you’re an action sports junkie, or just someone who loves to document all of life’s unexpected adventures, GoPro was made for you. In just 10 years the California-based GoPro has gone from nothing to a publicly traded company with … Continue reading →
  • Timbuk2 x Blue Bottle Travel Kit

    Sam Jordan
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:57 am
    Sure, there are more Starbucks franchises than insects, but that doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed a good cup of coffee wherever you go on the planet. If you yearn for something a little more homemade, and portability is important, the Timbuk2 … Continue reading →
  • The Floyd Shelf

    Sam Jordan
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:46 am
    From the makers of the Floyd Leg, which let you turn any piece of wood into a fully functional table, comes the inevitable sequel: the Floyd Shelf. Yes, if you’ve been eyeing your mom’s old ironing board, thinking “Hmm, that … Continue reading →
  • Foxcatcher Trailer

    Sam Jordan
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    There’s lots of Oscar buzz already about Foxcatcher, the biographical drama due out next month, and part of that buzz is for the acting changeup coming from the very funny Steve Carrell. Here he’s playing eccentric millionaire John du Pont, … Continue reading →
  • uKeg Pressurized Portable Growler

    Sam Jordan
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:28 am
    You want, no, demand your beer is always fresh and cold, but that usually means it can’t come with you as well. But what about your nephew’s 4th grade school play? How will you survive that trainwreck if you’re not sportin’ a … Continue reading →
 
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  • Interview: Kyle Larson Talks NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series, Sunco Rookie of the Year, Hula-Hooping, And More

    Tam-Star
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:44 pm
    It’s very fitting for Kyle Larson to be driving the No. 42 Target car for Chip Ganassi Racing because he’s been taking aim and hitting his targets for several years now. Kyle has been racing since he was just 7, and has quickly risen through the ranks of NASCAR, making his debut in 2012 in the Camping World Truck Series, moving to the NASCAR Nationwide series in 2013 and now, just a year later, the Sprint Cup Series in 2014.Larson, a Japanese-American, was the first Drive for Diversity participant to win a Rookie of the Year award (Nationwide Series 2013) in a NASCAR national touring…
  • Tam-Star’s NFL Week 7 Pick Em’

    Unplugged Staff
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    It’s been a rough couple of weeks for me and my J-E-T-S! Thanks to a good friend that plays for the San Diego Super Chargers, I had an opportunity to see my J-E-T-S get shut out up close and personal in week 5. I also had an opportunity to visit NYC in week 6. Going into week 7 with a loosing record (me and my J-E-T-S), I hope to snap back into it and WIN WIN WIN!The mid season trade between the Jets and the Seahawks may prove to be the spark needed to get the Jets back on track. For me, I’m hoping to put the last two weeks behind me. Between my NFL and NASCAR Chase For The Sprint…
  • What Makes a Good Pair of Wireless Headphones?

    Unplugged Staff
    4 Oct 2014 | 2:59 am
    Wireless technology is truly coming into its own. Soon, the majority of cords and cables will likely be replaceable by radio signals and other remote connections. For those looking to purchase a new pair of headphones, this means that wireless options should be strongly considered. To get the most convenience and versatility out of the wireless design, consider Outdoor Tech products. These wireless headphones are able to provide a high-quality user experience, largely thanks to the basics of their design and the advantages afforded by it.How Do These Headphones Work?Rather than receiving…
  • Tam-Star’s NFL Week 4 Pick Em’

    Tam-Star
    28 Sep 2014 | 9:24 am
    The season is going quickly. Can you believe it’s already the 4th week. How’s your team doing? Are they everything you thought they would be?Below are my straight picks for week 1. Drink and pick responsibly!THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 NY Giants 45 Washington 14SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Green Bay ChicagoBuffalo HoustonTennessee IndianapolisCarolina BaltimoreDetroit NY JetsTampa Bay PittsburghMiami OaklandJacksonville San DiegoAtlanta MinnesotaPhiladelphia San FranciscoNew Orleans DallasMONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 New England Kansas CityTam-Star’s NFL Pick Em’ week 3 picks.Pick Em’…
  • Ready. Set. Drive A 2015 Volkswagen.

    Tam-Star
    27 Sep 2014 | 1:31 pm
    READYWhen you get an email from Volkswagen the world’s leading automobile manufacturers inviting you to preview their full 2015 line of cars, your fingers quickly leave their keyboard stance and instead, they’re curled around that steering wheel in your mind, fully ready to take on your imagination’s anticipation of such an opportunity. When Volkswagen presented their 2015 models at a memorable event in Virginia, we were on hand with other media members to be among the first to get a good look at these impressive automobiles. Lucky for us, the venue was also a wonderful choice, the…
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  • 41 Things You Need To Know About Cigarettes (And Why You Need To Stop Smoking)

    Corey Malinowski
    17 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Do you want to stop smoking, but just can’t seem to kick the habit? Learn why smoking is one of the worst things you can do to your health, along with tips on how you can beat the habit for good. Why You Need To Quit Today You know that cigarettes are bad for you, but how exactly does smoking effect your health? Here are conditions and diseases which have been proven to be caused by smoking: 1. Coronary heart disease CHD, the result of plaque build-up inside of arteries, is the #1 cause of death in both men and women in the US today. Related: 11 Ways To Keep Your Heart Healthy 2. Cancer…
  • Essential Oils Demystified, Once And For All: Separating Fact From Fiction

    Heather Grant
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    “You want me to put oregano on my son’s warts?” I asked my friend. “Isn’t that, like, lasagna seasoning?” It was February of 2012, and I was sure my friend had lost her mind. We had spent the past two months using every over-the-counter medication on the market to remove my eight-year-old son’s warts with no success. I was desperate to find something, anything, that would work…even “snake oils.” I was super skeptical, but every morning and night I would put oregano on my son’s warts, and within a week, to my astonishment, we noticed it was working.  Within several…
  • Healthy Habits: The 4 Most Important Things You Need To Be Doing

    Ty Vincent
    16 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Are you stuck in a health rut? The repetition of everyday life can make it easy to slip into some rather bad habits, even without being aware of it. How you carry out ordinary routines, from the way you sit to the way you eat, can hinder your health if you’re not careful. Here are the four essential healthy habits to add to your routine that could have a great and lasting impact on your overall well-being. Habits You Should Adopt Today 1. You snooze, you lose! Admit it: we all hit the snooze button now and then. Sometimes more than once! But regularly relying on that button means you awaken…
  • The Pros And Cons Of Crossfit: The Truth About This Popular Workout

    Rob Miller
    16 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Any fitness enthusiast even moderately “in the know” about contemporary exercise trends has undoubtedly heard about CrossFit. Originally created nearly 14 years ago, CrossFit has become one of the most popular workout phenomenon the world over, with countless individuals logging on to the website each day to complete the posted WOD (workout of the day) that has been created by their individual gym, or “box.” There’s boundless enthusiasm for this new exercise system and a seemingly neverending supply of new recruits signing up.. But why the strong following?   Here are the pros…
  • Live In The Now: The Top 7 Benefits Of Being Mindful

    Dr. Stephen McKenzie
    15 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Mindfulness isn’t what we think it is. Actually, mindfulness isn’t anything that we think; it’s what we don’t think. Mindfulness isn’t something that other people do; it’s something that we all do. We all need to be at least a little bit mindful to get through our days without getting hit by the first bus that we mindlessly wander out in front of, or getting hit by the first other totally mindless person whose toes we mindlessly tread on. On a more subtle survival level, being continuously rather than just occasionally mindful can help us to get through a day — or even longer…
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  • Friday Inspiration #81

    Bogdan
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:02 am
    Friday Inspiration #81 This is the Original Friday Inspiration series – amazing things that we handpicked to inspire you to greatness. You have a full weekend ahead, so use it wisely and don’t waste your days of rest on resting! Have an amazing weekend and stay classy, stay curious, stay smart! If you have any questions regarding the photos used, drop us a comment and we’ll let you know the whats and hows of it all. Also, as always, you’ll find the beautiful women from the main photo on our facebook page (On the following Sunday of each Friday Inspiration). If you want to…
  • A Guide To Fall Vests

    Bogdan
    16 Oct 2014 | 8:29 am
    A Guide To Fall Vests It’s pretty simple – if your core loses heat, your body will follow! A vest helps keep your core temperature regulated by trapping only the heat that matters the most. The sleeveless design releases excess warmth from your underarms, keeping you from overheating. One of our favorite tools in the Fall style toolbox is the vest. It’s sort of the cherry on top of a season that encourages wearing your favorite thing over your second-and third-favorite things, aka layering. Of course, the key to dressing for cooler temperatures is to add warmth, not bulk…
  • Ferrari F60 America

    Mircea Banica
    16 Oct 2014 | 4:32 am
    Ferrari F60 America Ferrari just celebrated 60 years since they began selling cars on American soil, and to top all off they decided to unveil the F60 America this past weekend , a super-roadster based on the platform of F12 Berlinetta and offered exclusively to American customers. The engine and technical specs remain the same, so you get a “standard” 6.3-liter V12 delivering 740  horsepower  to the rear wheels and 690 Nm via an automatic 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that launches from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3 seconds. Just like in previous special editions that…
  • Hundreds Of Mountaineers Climb The Matterhorn Ridge

    Bogdan
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:29 am
    Hundreds Of Mountaineers Climb The Matterhorn RidgeMammut, the Swiss apparel and gear brand, invited climbers from around the world to participate in an epic photoshoot campaign. The task was to climb the north wall of Matterhorn (mountain height: 4000 meters) in the Alps. They also called in Swiss photographer Robert Bösch to immortalise the whole experience to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn ridge in the Alps by Edward Whymper and his team. HisPotion
  • Pioneer Wego3 Compact DJ Controller

    Bogdan
    15 Oct 2014 | 2:36 am
    Pioneer Wego3 Compact DJ ControllerThe new Pioneer DDJ-WEGO3 is a compact DJ controller that hooks up to your iPhone or iPad allowing you to mix your own tracks or even music directly from Spotify.  You can hook it up with your PC or Mac and play with compatible software like djay 2 for iPad and iPhone, djay for Mac, Serato DJ Intro, Traktor Pro 2, and VirtualDJ. And as your iPhone’s always low on battery, the controller will charge it while it’s plugged in. It looks awesome and it’s the perfect tool to to take on the art of DJing. HisPotion
 
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  • 41 Things You Need To Know About Cigarettes (And Why You Need To Stop Smoking)

    Corey Malinowski
    17 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Do you want to stop smoking, but just can’t seem to kick the habit? Learn why smoking is one of the worst things you can do to your health, along with tips on how you can beat the habit for good. Why You Need To Quit Today You know that cigarettes are bad for you, but how exactly does smoking effect your health? Here are conditions and diseases which have been proven to be caused by smoking: 1. Coronary heart disease CHD, the result of plaque build-up inside of arteries, is the #1 cause of death in both men and women in the US today. Related: 11 Ways To Keep Your Heart Healthy 2. Cancer…
  • Essential Oils Demystified, Once And For All: Separating Fact From Fiction

    Heather Grant
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    “You want me to put oregano on my son’s warts?” I asked my friend. “Isn’t that, like, lasagna seasoning?” It was February of 2012, and I was sure my friend had lost her mind. We had spent the past two months using every over-the-counter medication on the market to remove my eight-year-old son’s warts with no success. I was desperate to find something, anything, that would work…even “snake oils.” I was super skeptical, but every morning and night I would put oregano on my son’s warts, and within a week, to my astonishment, we noticed it was working.  Within several…
  • Healthy Habits: The 4 Most Important Things You Need To Be Doing

    Ty Vincent
    16 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Are you stuck in a health rut? The repetition of everyday life can make it easy to slip into some rather bad habits, even without being aware of it. How you carry out ordinary routines, from the way you sit to the way you eat, can hinder your health if you’re not careful. Here are the four essential healthy habits to add to your routine that could have a great and lasting impact on your overall well-being. Habits You Should Adopt Today 1. You snooze, you lose! Admit it: we all hit the snooze button now and then. Sometimes more than once! But regularly relying on that button means you awaken…
  • The Pros And Cons Of Crossfit: The Truth About This Popular Workout

    Rob Miller
    16 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Any fitness enthusiast even moderately “in the know” about contemporary exercise trends has undoubtedly heard about CrossFit. Originally created nearly 14 years ago, CrossFit has become one of the most popular workout phenomenon the world over, with countless individuals logging on to the website each day to complete the posted WOD (workout of the day) that has been created by their individual gym, or “box.” There’s boundless enthusiasm for this new exercise system and a seemingly neverending supply of new recruits signing up.. But why the strong following?   Here are the pros…
  • Live In The Now: The Top 7 Benefits Of Being Mindful

    Dr. Stephen McKenzie
    15 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Mindfulness isn’t what we think it is. Actually, mindfulness isn’t anything that we think; it’s what we don’t think. Mindfulness isn’t something that other people do; it’s something that we all do. We all need to be at least a little bit mindful to get through our days without getting hit by the first bus that we mindlessly wander out in front of, or getting hit by the first other totally mindless person whose toes we mindlessly tread on. On a more subtle survival level, being continuously rather than just occasionally mindful can help us to get through a day — or even longer…
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  • Breaking Down the Interview Dress Code

    Rachel-Jean Firchau
    3 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
      We all know that, when it comes to interviews, first impressions are crucial. In the first 30 seconds of meeting someone, your brain is already making decisions and assumptions about another’s character based on a variety of cues, and one of those crucial cues is appearance. LinkedIn career expert Nicole Williams says that “on a job interview, your attire makes a statement about yourself before you even open your mouth. You need to wear a ‘power outfit.’” Over the years, our culture has evolved and developed dress codes such as “business casual” and “casual Fridays”…
  • 5 Fall Menswear Essentials

    Jacob Sigala
    19 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    You’ve probably started hearing mention of “fall wardrobe” buzzing around, but you’re still at the beach taking in what’s left of the glorious summer weather. As we come to terms with summer coming to an end, we begin thinking of ways to ready your closet for the cooler days ahead. Soon it will be time to put away the linens, seesuckers, and pastels and opt for warmer duds. We’ve put together this list of wardrobe essentials to get you through the colder months. 1. The Peacoat This staple coat will probably be the most versatile item in your closet. It…
  • Skinny Tie DIY: How to Turn Your Standard Tie into a Skinny Tie

    Lilly Huynh
    5 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    The skinny tie struck your fancy? This simple Skinny Tie DIY will show you how to morph your beloved standard tie into your new favorite skinny tie. Whether you’re looking to try out a new style or looking for an update for a treasured heirloom, this simple tutorial will make for an easy transition. If you’re unfamiliar with the different components of the tie that are mentioned here, check out our post on Necktie Anatomy.     Things You’ll Need Your standard or regular width tie A skinny tie to use as a template Pins Needle Thread (match the color to the thread…
  • How to Clean a Tie: Everything You Need to Know

    Rachel-Jean Firchau
    22 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    The right tie can elevate any look, and give you just the right touch of gentlemanly professionalism. Ties also allow you to make your wardrobe more versatile, as it is another element that you can mix and match with different shirts and suits for infinite outfit combinations. Even if you’re working with a limited number of ties, a new knot can easily add some variety.  However, an unkempt tie will make you look sloppy, no matter how formal the rest of your look may be. Your ties must be properly cared for so that they last as long as possible, and so they keep you looking good as…
  • Sunglasses Style Guide: 9 Best Sunglasses Trends and Classics for Men

    Rachel-Jean Firchau
    8 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    By now, you should be content in the fact that you have probably spent a lot of time outside, gotten sunburned a little too often, and visited the beach more times than you can possibly count. Summer is in full swing, and every day is a perfect excuse to enjoy the great outdoors. However, with all that sun exposure comes the need for protection from damaging UV rays. Sunglasses are a great way to keep your vision safe from damage and solidify your signature summer look. A perfect pair of sunglasses is an integral part of every sartorial modern man’s wardrobe. There are countless styles and…
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  • Avoid the Living-Impaired

    Andy Fogarty
    2 Oct 2014 | 6:57 am
    I was reading a quick little ebook, a couple of weeks ago, called the Hero Handbook by Nate Green. A client had forwarded it to me after I mentioned the Die The Hero project at the end of one our calls. At first, I was like, “Well, I guess I’m just going to start getting tons of stuff with the word Hero on it” (sorry Tim) and forgot about it until I stumbled across it looking for another email a few days later. I read it the next morning in about an hour. One of my favorite sections was titled Avoid The Living-Impaired. I love that term. The living-impaired. It’s perfect. I’ve…
  • I’m Dying + The Good and Bad of Knowing When You’re Going To Die

    Andy Fogarty
    12 Sep 2014 | 10:59 am
    I know when I’m going to die. It all started with the Death Clock. And yes, it is as morbid as it sounds. But when you learn the date you’re supposed to die the morbidness of such things kind of fades away. I have a Death Clock. Actually, I have two. One on my desktop computer, a sexy 21.5” beefed up iMac, and the other on my stock 15” MacBook Air. Soon I’ll probably add one to my iPhone as well.  I love Apple products. Such incredible complexity and power packaged in an elegantly simple to use design. Even if you’re not a huge Apple fan, you can’t help but look at one of…
  • I’m Still A Drug Addict

    Andy Fogarty
    1 Sep 2014 | 7:21 am
    I’m still a drug addict. I have an addictive personality. Actually, it’s more a habitual personality. Addicts have a hard time quitting their chosen vices. I’ve never had a hard time quitting anything…when I want to. But I like drugs. I like them a lot. LSD+X+K used to be my standard cocktail of choice. And by standard I mean 3-4 days a week. Occasionally more. Back then I was a bartender on A1A in South Florida making ridiculous money every night in all cash. My roommate was a dealer who paid 100% of her rent in the above mentioned cocktail ingredients and cartons of Newports.
  • I Shunned The Man That Saved Me

    Andy Fogarty
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:11 am
    I owe my life to one man. A man I’ve never met. A man I’ve communicated with three times. The last of which was two years ago in an email telling me I’m a fraud trying “suck every last penny from hard working people” — basically how horrible of a person I am. And he was right. I was a horrible person. “We don’t just want to be seen. We want to be significant.” I heard that line while watching House of Cards on Netflix last night. Jill was at roller derby practice and the kids were in bed. It’s the only time I have to watch it. I immediately thought of Jason (not his…
  • Meditation Is Broken

    Andy Fogarty
    11 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    I have a morning routine I’ve practiced everyday for little over a year. You could call it my meditation time, although I would cringe a little. I wake up around 5:30 or 6:00 (depending  if wine, bourbon, or tea was involved the night before) so I can be alone with prayer and gratitude. It starts my day in the right mindset. It’s a kind of armor for me. I try to be quite as possible to not wake the girls, but… any parent knows how that usually goes. My first emotion when hearing one of them stumble into the room is annoyance. “Ugh. Why is she awake? It’s 6:30 in…
 
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  • U.S. Polo Assn. Sport Men’s US9057 Watch

    Admin
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Specifications : Stainless steel casePrecise Quartz movementScratch resistant mineral crystalWater resistanceTwo years limited manufacturer warrantyCome with the original US Polo Assn. Box.The U.S. Polo Assn. Men’s Analog-Digital Black Dial Orange Rubber Strap Watch features black round case, black dial with dual time display (analog and digital) which is easy to read. The case surrounds a sporty black dial, which is protected by a hardened mineral crystal and features orange markers, orange index and Arabic numeral hour markers, along with orange hands powered by Japanese quartz…
  • Kenneth Cole REACTION Men’s RK1227 Classic Oversized Round Analog Field Watch

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    16 Oct 2014 | 10:14 pm
    RK1227 Features: -Gender:Men’s Watches -Style:Dress Watches -Band Material:Plastic -Watch Color:Black -Face Color:Black -Product Type:Analog -Shape:Round/OvalThis contemporary Kenneth Cole REACTION Watch features a: dependable Japanese Quartz Analog Movement encased in a solid durable metal rubberized coated case, with a comfortable and pliable silicone strap, protected by a Limited Lifetime Warranty and secure with a water-resistant up to 99 feet (30 M). Product Features Solid dependable Japanese Quartz analog movement Comfortable and pliable silicone strap Solid durable metal matte…
  • SKMEI Fashion Multi Function Waterproof Digital LCD Alarm Date Mens Military Sport Wrist LED Watch

    Admin
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Features: Case Material: Stainless Steel Band Material: High Quality Silicone/Rubber Strap Waterproof: 3 ATM (30m) water resistance Clasp: Buckle Fit Wrist: 16.5-23.5cm Belt Width: 2.1cm Watch Face Size: 4.5*4.5cm Note: Water resistant (You can swim and take a shower with wearing it, but please don’t press any keys when underwater, or it will stop its normal functioning) Package Content: 1 X LED Digital Waterproof Sports Watch in our “ShoppeWatch” Brand Gift Box Product Features 100% Brand new and high quality. Great design and fashionable look. An important element of…
  • Geneva Chronograph Look Watch with Crystals..Gold Tone Metal Link

    Admin
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Geneva’s Newest Fashion Look. Gold Tone Metal Link Closed Band. Chronograph Look Product Features Geneva Quality Gold Tone Metal Linked Closed Band Chronograph Look Water Resistant
  • 2014 Luxury Bluetooth Smart Watch Wrist Wrap Watch Phone for IOS Apple iphone 4/4S/5/5C/5S Android Samsung S2/S3/S4/S5/Note 2/Note 3 HTC… (Black)

    Admin
    16 Oct 2014 | 10:14 pm
    This is a new Bluetooth Smart U Watch U8 which is compatible with all Bluetooth V2.0 or above enabled smartphones, tablets and PCs (support Android 2.3 or above),such as iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, Sumsung S3, S4, Note 2, Note 3, Note 4 etc. Specifications: Ambient Noise: ≤75dB Transmitting Range: ≥10m Talk Time: about 3 hours Charging Time: about 1 hour Music Play Time: about 6 hours Standby Time: about 160 hours Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth V3.0+EDR Range of Frequency: 2.4GHz spectrum Language Support: English, Chinese Bluetooth Protocol: A2DP + HFP 1.5 + HS P 1.2 Power Supply: Built-in 230mAh…
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  • The $120,500 BlackJack Strategy – Pro Reveals His Best Techniques

    Brian Cornwell
    15 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    A few years ago I met a man in Las Vegas who was attending the same conference as I was. Naturally, we’d later become Facebook friends, and during the time frame he started sharing these incredible Blackjack stories. They were absolutely fascinating and I grew incredibly curious like many others to discover what his secret of success was. The paychecks and chips he would proudly snap a photo of were far from the average amount most people cheer over. No $100 wins, $500, $1,000 or even $10,000; his winnings were more to the tune of $100,000 or more each time. Now consider this.. Imagine…
  • 60 Men Answer One Question – What Is Your Life’s Philosophy?

    Brian Cornwell
    14 Oct 2014 | 9:04 pm
    Ever wonder where the term “Philosophy” comes from? It’s derived from the Ancient Greek; literally translating into “love of wisdom”. The word has been credited to one of the greatest thinkers in history: Pythagoras. Born in 570 BCE, many have claimed he has was a man of science, others believed him to be a preacher of mystic doctrines. However no matter which side you take, his historical presence has placed him among the world’s greatest people. One of the greatest findings I want to share with you today is his observation that there are three kinds of…
  • Stop Dreaming, Start Dating – Why Success And Status Don’t Always Matter

    Brian Cornwell
    14 Oct 2014 | 8:15 pm
    Gold diggers are everywhere; there is a new generation of women who want everything… Everything, you own of course. They crave the rich, successful and powerful and would date any celebrity in a heartbeat. Yes, we’ve all heard it before.. And I’m sure you’ve also heard something that goes like, “But I’m not like every other girl” too. However, stop for a moment and think about this…. For the most part men can agree that last phrase is a lie, but in another sense it’s partially quite true. There are plenty of women who don’t…
  • 100 Things To Do Before You Die: The Definitive Life Guide For Men Chapter Two

    Brian Cornwell
    10 Feb 2014 | 3:51 pm
      Chapter 2: 100 Things To Do Before You Die   51. Stargaze In Atacama Desert in Chile “Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.” ― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations We may never know the answer to the age old question as to what’s really all out there, but at least we can marvel upwards into the sky and wonder. And what better what to do so than while in the remote Atacama Desert in Chile… High in altitude with low clouds, light pollution and radio interference, this dry desert is a star gazing paradise for astronomers and those…
  • 100 Things To Do Before You Die: The Definitive Life Guide For Men

    Brian Cornwell
    10 Feb 2014 | 3:51 pm
    Life is what you make of it, right? Leave behind a legacy, take a journey into the unknown, and embark on a path of turning all of your dreams into a reality starting today. They say you live once, but does it really mater when you can accomplish so many things in a single lifetime… Gentlemen, this is your life, make it memorable, make things happen…   Chapter 1: 100 Things To Do Before You Die   1. Drive an exotic car. Hit the track and let the rush take over your body as you peak speeds that would make any highway cop grasp his doughnut just a little bit tighter. With…
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    Urbasm

  • Stikwood Wall Mural Is the Urban Man’s Log Cabin Substitute

    Evan McTavish
    18 Oct 2014 | 4:33 pm
    The urban barbarian has been gifted with a cave built from smooth velvet, otherwise known as cement, wallpaper and textured drywall. However, you can’t just forsake hundreds of generations of log cabin building, and expect to forget about the exhilarating sensation of living within a fortress built from real trees hand carved by muscle, steel, and sweat. The city is no place to build your own castle out of wood, considering all the rules, permits, and fees involved with such a task. The easiest substitute is to mask your boring walls with thin slices of real wood murals designed to…
  • Man’s Boldest Accessory Is His Underwear – Don’t Blow it

    Eric J. Leech
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:06 am
    What is one of the first articles of clothing you see in the morning, and also one of the last your partner will see before… ahem, going to bed? Give up? Alright, it’s your underwear. And have you looked at them lately? Because they might be in pretty bad shape. There is a myth suggesting that a guy can hold onto his undies for decades (or 7 years) before a girlfriend takes him under her wing to buy him a new pair. However, according to a survey put together by the brand, Garçon Model, guys care more about their underwear than we’ve been lead to believe. But most of us…
  • Lamborghini Asterion is Elegant and Tailored for a 970HP Hybrid Beast

    Craig Yee
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:13 am
    Lamborghini has a tendency to properly warm-up their audience before unveiling a new chapter in their history books. This is most often accomplished by teaser photos of sexy curves, bright colors, macho banter, and the chorus of a 12-cylinder powerhouse. For the Asterion hybrid, Felippo Perini, the man behind the design simply says, “It’s not all about the power—It’s a more human car.” And how does humanity translate to a supercar? The Asterion will get 282 mpg on average, and its hybrid battery system will be cleverly hidden within its center chassis, which is where you…
  • Killing Time – Uber Watches

    Evan McTavish
    14 Oct 2014 | 10:16 am
    When we kill time, we like to do it with class, sophistication and style. If you’re the type of gentleman who prefers to be driven in life, rather than coast in auto-pilot, might we interest you in something a little more… uber. Platinum Vacheron Constantin Traditionelle 14-Day Tourbillion Get more info   Roger Dubuis Skeleton Flying Tourbillon Get more info   Harry Winston Opus Eleven Get more info   Zenith Academy Chritophe Columb Hurricane Get more info   Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime Get more info   Hublot Big Bang Ferrari USA 60th Anniversary Get…
  • Under The Weather

    Eric J. Leech
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:50 am
    Like many essentials, a man’s umbrella serves its purpose, but essentials and accessories can be every bit as stylish as well. A handsome umbrella for the discerning gent can help put a spring in your step, even during a downpour. Let it rain! Alexander McQueen Skull handle umbrella   The Alexander McQueen umbrella is certain to make a statement, featuring a silver-tone signature skull handle and provides collapsible canopy with a small strap fastening. More info    Burberry Check-lined folding umbrella   The classic check pattern looks great on just about anything,…
 
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    Classy Bro

  • Men Vs Women Porn Search Stats (NSFW Language)

    The Russian
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:39 pm
    When it comes to what women want, this should clear things up for you quite nicely. Women watch porn and they search for porn stars just like men. Despite the fact that they deny it most of the time, these stats should give you a little insight into what women really search for on porn [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Men Vs Women Porn Search Stats (NSFW Language)
  • Classy Tips: Resume Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

    The Russian
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:03 pm
    Well bro’s, it’s time for some classy tips and today we give you a resume cheat sheet in infographic form. This should help you get a job where you will be browsing Classy Bro anyways… but at least you’ll have a job… although, most resumes look the same, so you’re probably never getting a job. [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Classy Tips: Resume Cheat Sheet (Infographic)
  • Boob Twerking to a Whole New Level

    The Russian
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:28 pm
    See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Boob Twerking to a Whole New Level
  • Hot Fit Girls to Save The Day (15 Pics)

    The Russian
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:26 pm
    When it comes to hot fit girls, we’ve got you covered. These classy ladies not only have killer abs, but they show us that motivation and discipline can go a long way. So get off your ass and get to the gym! See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Hot Fit Girls to Save The Day (15 Pics)
  • See Some Terrible Packaging and Label Fails (30 Pics)

    The Russian
    14 Oct 2014 | 4:08 pm
    When it comes to advertising, particularly packaging and labels, these people just couldn’t seem to make the connection before hitting the print button… The saying “You only had one job” takes on a whole new meaning here… Enjoy these terrible packaging and label fails! See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: See Some Terrible Packaging and Label Fails (30 Pics)
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    Made Man Society

  • It’s Important to Remember That Even Your Worst Days Only Have 24 Hours

    MadeManSociety
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Made Man Society Once you wake up, rested and refreshed, it’s time to move your focus off your problem and onto the solution. The post It’s Important to Remember That Even Your Worst Days Only Have 24 Hours appeared first on The Good Men Project. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article It’s Important to Remember That Even Your Worst Days Only Have 24 Hours appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Try Something New For 30 Days 5 Ways To Help You Get Started On Your Most Important Work Workhorse is First F-35 to Hit 1,000 Flight Hours
  • PEDRONCELLI Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Mother Clone 2012 $17 (Wine Spectator)

    MadeManSociety
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Made Man Society A zesty, rustic Sonoma Zinfandel Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article PEDRONCELLI Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley Mother Clone 2012 $17 (Wine Spectator) appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: DECOY Zinfandel Sonoma County 2012 $25 (Wine Spectator) DECOY Zinfandel Sonoma County 2012 $25 (Wine Spectator) LIMERICK LANE Zinfandel Russian River Valley 2011 $32 (Wine Spectator)
  • ACROBAT Pinot Gris Oregon 2013 $13 (Wine Spectator)

    MadeManSociety
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Made Man Society An open, juicy Oregon Pinot Gris Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article ACROBAT Pinot Gris Oregon 2013 $13 (Wine Spectator) appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: EOLA HILLS Pinot Gris Oregon 2013 $13 (Wine Spectator) ERATH Pinot Gris Oregon 2012 $14 (Wine Spectator) DUCK POND Pinot Gris Willamette Valley 2013 $12 (Wine Spectator)
  • LEONETTI Sangiovese Walla Walla Valley 2011 $65 (Wine Spectator)

    MadeManSociety
    19 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Made Man Society A complex and distinctive Washington red Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article LEONETTI Sangiovese Walla Walla Valley 2011 $65 (Wine Spectator) appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: REYNVAAN Syrah Walla Walla Valley Foothills Reserve Foothills In The Sun Vineyard 2011 $60 (Wine Spectator) DUMAS STATION Syrah Walla Walla Valley 2011 $34 (Wine Spectator) AMAVI Cabernet Sauvignon Walla Walla Valley 2010 $29 (Wine Spectator)
  • Do It For You

    MadeManSociety
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:00 pm
    Made Man Society Those who say you can't aren't an inspiration. The post Do It For You appeared first on The Good Men Project. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Do It For You appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Is There Something About Your Life That People Assume is a Positive, But You Think is a Negative? MADE MEN Control their Thought Channel Is Rory McIlroy the best first-round golfer of all time?
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    Mr Maroosh

  • MEET THE BARBER 14 – PAPPAS

    Mr Maroosh
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    ABOUT PAPPAS UTRECHT My name is Erwin van de water. Born in 1971 and I have been a barber since 1988. I opened my first shop in 1992 and my second in 1995 together with a partner. After a while I decided I needed a change and sold my shares. …Continue reading
  • SHAVING FACT 8 – HAIR PER SQUARE CENTIMER

    Mr Maroosh
    19 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    THE AVERAGE PERSON HAS ABOUT 615 HAIRS PER SQUARE CENTIMER
  • SHAVING FACT 7 – SHAVING LOCATIONS

    Mr Maroosh
    12 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    THE MAJORITY OF MEN, 84%, SHAVE AT THE SINK. ANOTHER 15% OF MEN SHAVE IN THE SHOWER
  • SHAVING FACT 6 – SHAVING TIME

    Mr Maroosh
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:42 am
    A MAN SPENDS ON AVERAGE 3,5 MINUTES FOR A SHAVE
  • SHAVING FACT 5 – BEARD TAX

    Mr Maroosh
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:53 am
    PETER THE GREAT OF RUSSIA IMPOSED A TAX ON BEARDS, WHIC WAS COLLECTED AT EVERY TOWN GATE.
 
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    How to Grow a Moustache

  • Moustache & Blade – Episode 40: Special Edition!

    Douglas Smythe
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:45 am
    Welcome to Episode 40 of the Moustache & Blade Podcast, SPECIAL EDITION! Greetings Folks, here is the episode you have all been waiting for, the announcement of our Lo Haiku Synergy 2.0 Shaving Soap and RazoRock Stealth Winner! Thank you all for participating and submitting your wet shaving haiku! The response from our listening audience was off the hook, and I wish we could have read them all! That said, keep those wet shaving haiku coming and we will be sure to read them on future shows! Also on today’s show we bring you a very special interview with a wet shaving noob, Brad…
  • Moustache & Blade – Episode 39: Ryan’s Big Fat Greek Shave

    Douglas Smythe
    11 Oct 2014 | 12:18 pm
     Welcome back to another entertaining episode of Moustache & Blade, Episode 39! It’s funny the things that happen when you travel. When you get outside of your comfort zone and open yourself up to new thoughts, new experiences, new people. This is the state of mind in which I found myself on June 25, 2014 on the island of Paros when my wife took me by the arm and said, “Ryan, I think you’re going to want to see this.” She led me to a tiny Barbershop called Grigoris where I met the lovely human being who you’ll hear speak in just a moment. What started out as…
  • Using my Acquisition Disorder for the Good of Shaving

    Douglas Smythe
    3 Oct 2014 | 7:14 am
    I started traditional wet shaving at the end of March 2014 and it transformed a twice weekly tedious chore into a 5 times a week anticipated ritual. My curiosity for wet shaving lead to internet searches that educated me to its benefits and I quickly acted to embark on this exciting journey of learning a new skill. Ten years ago, I had tried a cheap soap and brush and didn’t use it properly. When I couldn’t easily find another puck of soap at the pharmacy and found its smell less than enjoyable anyway, I reverted to canned gel with my disposable multi-blade cartridge razor. …
  • Moustache & Blade – Episode 38: Interview with The Q Brothers

    Douglas Smythe
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:59 pm
    Welcome to Moustache & Blade, Episode 38! Ahhh where to begin? This was such a fun interview, we thought it was so nice, we decided to do it twice! That’s right, this is the second interview we did with The Q Brothers, JQ and Anthony….long story. Regardless, we will fill you in on the show. For all of you who are hip to Merz Apothecary, located in Chicago, this is the show for you! The Q Brothers have really made a name for themselves in the wet shaving world. Not only are they responsible for bringing us Smallflower, Merz Apothecary’s online site and Smallflower TV but…
  • When Does a Hobby Become an Obsession?

    Douglas Smythe
    24 Sep 2014 | 10:53 am
    The kids are asleep. The wife is asleep. Now is, almost, the perfect time. The perfect time would be tomorrow when the wife and kids are out of the house, but the temptation is too much. It has to be now, and I have done this before and gotten away with it. What could possibly go wrong? I grab the essentials and head to the fridge for the final main ingredient. The one that will make this whole process perfect : the ketchup. As I pick up the cold plastic red bottle, I am almost certain that if my wife catches me doing this it will change our relationship forever, and not in a good way. What…
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    Guyedwire

  • Squirt the Monkey Showers for Talk Show | Paid in Bananas

    JukinVideo
    19 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Prepping for a talk show, Squirt the monkey takes a shower to make sure she smells good! SUBSCRIBE for awesome videos every day!: http://bit.ly/JukinVideo LIKE us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoFB FOLLOW us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoTwitter Short vids on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoInstagram Shorter vids on VINE: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoVine WHAT TO WATCH NEXT: Truck Bed Car Wash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lx1AeVDS0Sw Monkey Loves Mango: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxErEl6MRfU JukinVideo is the leading viral video community channel dedicated to showcasing the…
  • HBO is [Thankfully] Going Cable Free – Who’s Next?

    NerdAlert
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:57 pm
    HBO will FINALLY offer standalone streaming service, to the delight of cord-cutting Game of Thrones fans everywhere! Previously, Kim doubted this would ever happen due to HBO’s Time Warner Cable ownership, but according to HBO chairman and CEO Richard Plepler, they will be offering online-only streaming in the future. How will that work, and will this shape the future of premium television consumption? Kim Horcher, Tim Frisch, and special guest Regina Carpinelli (Comikaze Expo CEO and Founder) discuss! Read more: http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/10/15/hbo-online-streaming-service/ Find out…
  • Why Do Men Go Bald?

    DNews
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:00 pm
    As some men mature, they start to lose their hair. What causes men to go bald? Trace investigates. Enter our 1 million subscriber contest by tweeting your favorite DNews video with the hashtag #DNewsTo1M for your chance to win 1 of 50 Amazon Gift Cards! Read More: Why Do Men Go Bald? Male Pattern Baldness http://www.livescience.com/32106-why-do-men-go-bald.html “Male pattern baldness follows from a one-two punch of genetic influence (probably related to more than one gene, and not necessarily from the maternal side) and hormonal changes in adulthood.” Male Baldness: When Do Men Go…
  • Pokemon Art Chalk Drawing | Gotta Catch Em All

    JukinVideo
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    These two artists decide to spruce up the place by drawing out some Pokemon. Which ones do you spot in here? Original Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rT1LXJm0uZo SUBSCRIBE for awesome videos every day!: http://bit.ly/JukinVideo LIKE us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoFB FOLLOW us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoTwitter Short vids on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoInstagram Shorter vids on VINE: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoVine WHAT TO WATCH NEXT: Amazing Hidden Portrait: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v6g9hNeS_8 Explosion Building Implosion:…
  • Top Gear Police Chase Challenge! – Top Gear – Series 21 – BBC

    TopGear
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:36 am
    The team attempt to prove that the hot hatchbacks of their youth were better than their modern equivalents by buying ‘classic’ examples of the breed and completing a series of challenges. The boys arrive at an army training ground in Wales where their ageing cars must evade the heavily armed Top Gear Police Department. Clip taken from series 21, episode 1. Subscribe for more awesome Top Gear videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Topgear Top Gear YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/topgear TopGear.com website: http://www.topgear.com Top Gear…
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    » ManCaved

  • NitroBrew

    Mark
    15 Oct 2014 | 6:17 am
    We’ve covered fancy brewing products in the past, as experimenting with liquor in the comfort of your Man Cave is one of the best recreational activities you can partake in. If you haven’t tried a nitrogen infused beer yet you’re missing out, and no we aren’t talking about pre-nitrogenated, we’re talking about nitrogen being pumped into the golden nectar before your eyes. Although considered somewhat of a novelty at times, the end product is undeniably smoother, silkier and tastier. Thankfully the guys over at NitroBrew are now selling pre-made kits that allow…
  • Apple Fan Halloween Costume Kit

    Mark
    10 Oct 2014 | 12:33 pm
    It’s that time of year again. You’ve been invited to a Halloween party and you’re usually too lazy to organise a decent costume, so you throw a sheet over your head and get drunk in the corner, occasionally making “OooOoOOOOOoo” noises. Well, not this year buddy! We’re pleased to announce the most topical Halloween costume of 2014, The Apple Fan, exclusive to ManCaved! For just $25, you will receive: A bent iPhone 6  A Head Razor A clump of hair to attach to bent iPhone 6 An Apple T-Shirt A Transferable Steve Jobs Tattoo Don’t waste valuable drinking…
  • Zombie Cabinet

    Mark
    8 Oct 2014 | 6:01 am
    It’s only been a few posts since our last zombie related product, but we stumbled across the perfect accompaniment that is essential for any zombie advocate.  If you haven’t heard already, a zombie apocalypse is absolutely plausible (kind of), and if you aren’t properly prepared you’re going to be easy prey for the hungry mob of cannibal corpses. Thankfully the guys over at In Case Of have you covered, putting together a convenient ‘Zombie Cabinet’ containing the bare essentials. Inside you’ll find: 12 Gauge Shotgun Hunting knife complete with…
  • Man Cave Poison: Poitin

    Andrew
    7 Oct 2014 | 5:39 am
    Part 4 of Andrew’s ‘Man Cave Poison’ series explores Poitin, a traditional Irish distilled liquor. I’d been in Boston for six months before I made the painfully American mistake of believing that I could keep up with an Irishman; I paid for it the day after and even the day after that. Here we’ve got our fair share of Irish, ex-patriots or not, but they do make it a difficult time in the pubs, especially when they’re so damn friendly, gregarious and you’ve got a competitive streak. Okay, maybe that’s just me but I’ve spent many a morning regretting the day I…
  • How It’s Made Posters – Whiskey, Beer & Wine

    Mark
    2 Oct 2014 | 6:06 am
    We like to pretend we are up to date with advancements in technology, so we always keep one eye on Kickstarter.com in case a game changing gadget is looking for funding (such as the the SYNEK Draft System). While checking out the latest projects, we spotted some pretty awesome ‘How It’s Made Posters’ that we felt would be ideally suited to a Man Cave. Man Caves and alcohol go hand in hand, since consuming it within the walls of your masculine retreat is one of the best recreational activities. The ‘How It’s Made’ poster series details the main steps of…
 
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    Keandre' Curry - Motivational Speaker, Author, Life Coach - Blog

  •  Positive Thinking And Its Effect On Your Health

    18 Oct 2014 | 12:20 pm
    The first situation to consider is the relationship between thoughts and conditions like depression and stress. A crucial question is whether the person's thoughts are creating the physical depression or the physical depression is creating the negative thinking. When it comes to how you can use your mind to help, this can be accomplished consciously and subconsciously. When someone has a habit of imagining things turning out very badly, rational thinking can show show them that they often exaggerate. However, the unconscious mind is much more powerful in shaping our habitual behavior,…
  • The Want of Love & Success

    25 Sep 2014 | 4:52 pm
    I want love, I want success, in that order. That is, if it was that easy. Love is a special feeling that nothing else can match. The feeling of love makes you angry, happy,or better yet, bipolar. That's the best part. Compared to everything else in life, for example food, love can make you feel differently every moment. Love reminds me that the best part about life is its imperfections. Life can be on your side today, but tomorrow take you through hell. It's like riding a roller coaster... is it going down, turning or what? Then, you blink and it's the end of the roller coaster. Love moves so…
  • Love Your Life More

    21 Aug 2014 | 6:56 pm
    How much do you truly love your life? This might be the very first time you have been asked this question, but you could really be asking yourself this every day. Our decisions and choices create the world we inhabit. It is possible, if you aren't paying attention to where it is all going, that you may end up somewhere you never actually intended to go. While there are no quick fixes, there are a few adjustments you can make to start your journey and get back on the right path to loving your life.1. PrioritizeIf we are to love our lives we need to be spending a lot of our time and energy on…
  • No Violence, Put Your Hands Down

    5 Aug 2014 | 3:37 pm
    In May 2011 (when I was 16) I created a video titled, "Hands Down" for my charity the Coalition for Peace of America. I haven't watched it for nearly four years, but the video is still meaningful as violence continues to ruin and run our lives. If you don't stand for anything, please consider standing for peace.
  • Humbleness, Explained

    27 Jul 2014 | 9:41 pm
    Humble means having or showing a modest or low estimate of one's own importance. That means not allowing your accomplishments, appearance, connections or social status bighead you. Regardless of the success that you have, in your own right, you are no better than anyone. Not to say that you're accomplishments are worthless, but you can damage the worth of your hard work. How? When you allow them to conceit you into the perception that they (your accomplishments) establish you as "better" than other people. Truth is, you are not. Accept this or not, success only defines your work ethic and…
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    News channel

  • State Ponders Pulling Plug On Electric Car

    18 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Michigan slipped in legislation that could ban one of our favorite entrepreneurs from selling Tesla cars in the state. Long Story Short Sneakily at the last minute, legislators in Michigan added a modification to a bill regulating how cars are sold in Michigan, the car capital of the world. Republican Governor Rick Snyder has until Tuesday to accept or veto the bill that w...
  • Salt-tolerant Potatoes May Save The Planet

    18 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?The lack of fresh water is probably the biggest problem facing our planet and these salty spuds could be the solution.Long Story ShortA farmer and a couple doctors from the Netherlands have been able to engineer potatoes that drink diluted seawater without the use of lab-based genetic modification -- just plain old farming. Considering that most of the world’s water is sal...
  • Snapchat To Include Ads

    17 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Ads are widely considered uncool by the kids , so how is the photo app going to stay relevant after this?Long Story Short Americans that fire up the yellow Snapchat screen this weekend will find ads on their “Recent Updates” page. Notably, the ads won’t be on the main stories page and will expire after 24 hours, but history suggests that users don’t like when their social ...
  • The NFL Gives Astonishingly Little To Cancer Research

    17 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Yeah giving to charity is great and all, but shouldn’t the money actually go to finding a cure?Long Story Short The NFL’s annual campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month has painted the league pink including fields, goal posts and gear available on their website. But only the royalties amounting to 12.5% of each purchase actually go to The American Cancer Society . Furth...
  • John Grisham Comments On Sentences For Viewing Child Porn

    16 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Because Grisham's comments that people who view child porn do not deserve harsh prison sentences created an uproar and sparked many complex conversations on the topic.Long Story ShortIn an interview with The Telegraph, novelist John Grisham defended a friend of his who was incarcerated for viewing child porn, saying that men like him "do not deserve harsh prison sentences....
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    SecondIron's Blog

  • Why We Must Possess in Order to Give

    charles johnston
    16 Oct 2014 | 6:44 am
    In order for one to truly give of oneself, we must possess control of oneself. “The fundamental issue is freedom. You must possess yourself in order to give yourself away.” We all like to give to others in the form of charity whether in time, talent or money. Once we obtain a clean heart then and only […] The post Why We Must Possess in Order to Give appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • When We Choose Faith Over Religion

    charles johnston
    9 Oct 2014 | 6:46 am
    For many years, I like many people thought I was a pretty faith filled religious person. I went to church every Sunday. I tithed and volunteered at the church when I could. I prayed over my meals, and before I went to bed. This all makes for a faithful religious person or so I thought. We spend […] The post When We Choose Faith Over Religion appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Two Lessons in Leadership

    charles johnston
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:09 am
    Two Lessons in Leadership that any leader should learn. One of the first lessons we learn in becoming a leader is the skill of eye contact. Eye contact is something that everyone should learn but few practice. There is power in the eyes of the beholder. The one that can maintain eye contact usually wins. […] The post Two Lessons in Leadership appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Two Sides to Every Marriage

    charles johnston
    2 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Just like a coin, there are two sides to every marriage. Do you find yourself at times at odds with your spouse? Worried that no matter what you say or do it won’t be right. This is not to say that there is anything wrong per se. Women and men are built differently, we all […] The post Two Sides to Every Marriage appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Why a Photo Shoot should be done right

    charles johnston
    26 Sep 2014 | 5:04 am
    If you are anything like I am, you would rather have a root canal than go to a photo shoot. OK, maybe not to that extreme but close enough. A couple of months ago I bid on a photo shoot silent auction item at a local fundraiser for First Coast No More Homeless Pets. Mainly […] The post Why a Photo Shoot should be done right appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
 
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    The Gifts For Men

  • Have A Nice Day Mug

    19 Oct 2014 | 5:17 am
    This Have A Nice Day Mug flips people off as you drink your favorite beverage! Let everyone in the office or your house know that they can have a nice day. Works...
  • LIFX Wi-Fi Light Bulb

    19 Oct 2014 | 3:26 am
    The Wi-Fi Lightbulb from LIFX is a wireless enabled, multi-color energy efficient LED light bulb that you can control with your smartphone. Available with a white...
  • Adult Drift Trike

    16 Oct 2014 | 1:04 am
    This Adult Drift Trike from Bike Rassine Underworld is ergonomically designed for professional drifting. Do you remember 'The Big Wheel'? If so, this is an modern...
  • USB Water Botttle Humidifier

    11 Oct 2014 | 2:34 am
    This USB Water Bottle Humidifier is a portable device powered by USB that allows you to turn your own water bottle into a humidifier. Watch as the water is turned...
  • Ear iPhone Case

    11 Oct 2014 | 1:50 am
    This Ear iPhone Case is a funky fun protective cover for your cell phone. Constructed from high-grade silicone, this pink cell phone case is available for the iPhone...
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  • 4 WAYS TO KNOW WHEN TO BREAK IT OFF

    thecurrentbysageadmin
    19 Oct 2014 | 12:40 pm
    Writing the article about making relationships last, I got to thinking…what if they don’t want it to last? What if they’re thinking they want their relationship to end instead? Sometimes this can be difficult process because we, as humans, are very indecisive…plus you might be scared your girlfriend might kill you in your fucking sleep. Don’t worry, there are ways to know what you when you should end it: 1. You don’t know where they are…and you don’t care- There’s a big ol’ red flag when you someone asks you “Where’s…
  • 5 TRAITS THAT’LL MAKE YOU MORE SUCCESSFUL TODAY

    thecurrentbysageadmin
    17 Oct 2014 | 7:36 am
    Trying to become successful always comes with one of the biggest myths; Successful people are just born with “it”. They’re just “naturals” or it just “comes to them”. While success varies on natural ability, I think a lot of people don’t realize how much you have to work on yourself and your abilities to get to the top. There are plenty of people born with nothing and develop these skills that made them what they are today: 1. Learn to say no- The ability to say no is an underrated talent. Learning to say no teaches you the power of choice and…
  • 4 THINGS GUYS WEAR THAT JUST NEED TO STOP

    thecurrentbysageadmin
    16 Oct 2014 | 6:36 am
    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a judgmental person and I’m a big believer in personal style (within the regular classics of men’s fashion). I try to keep all comments to myself but some of these guys today aren’t making it easy. What’s wrong with dressing like a man? Some of the fashion trends that are happening just aren’t the best choice, here are some: 1.Stones, studs and stitching: If your jeans have more rhinestones than your girlfriend we have a problem. If your stitching in your denim is thicker than The Rock’s arms we have a problem (have…
  • 3 WAYS TO GAIN MORE MUSCLE MASS TODAY

    thecurrentbysageadmin
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:18 am
    A lot of people look for the easy way out when it comes it fitness. They want 5lbs of muscle in a day, or 6 pack abs in a week. I’ll be the first one to tell you, that shit doesn’t exist. Sorry. BUT! Just like anything else in this world, there are ways to speed up the process. So instead of doing your regular lifting routines where you do a set then walk around the gym thinking off stuff to say to that chick you’ve been eye-balling for a week, here are 3 ways to start putting on more mass today: 1. EAT BIG, GET BIG- Diet is key when it comes to fitness, and it gets you a…
  • 4 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR RELATIONSHIP LAST

    thecurrentbysageadmin
    14 Oct 2014 | 2:22 pm
    Although actual dating seems to be somewhat non-existent these days, some still do care about relationships, and if that’s you, you came to the right place. You’re apart of the 1% of brave men. If you do actually care about relationships then you want them to last. This can be hard to do sometimes with all the distractions and women being, well…themselves. But IT CAN BE DONE! Here are ways to make the most of your relationship: 1. Start right- Getting off on the right foot is important. If you start out with stretching the truth and even lying about stuff, you won’t…
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