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  • When A Church Sends You Running for Cover

    SecondIron's Blog
    charles johnston
    21 Aug 2014 | 3:24 am
      When A Church Sends You Running for Cover Many people who are raised in the Church, end up wandering astray. We are filled with the stories we don’t understand. Threatened with hell and damnation for our unavoidable sin, why would anyone want to stay for that. We go to church to please our parents, fighting to keep our eyes open, and […] The post When A Church Sends You Running for Cover appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Or A Thug For J. H. Blair

    Esquire.com Article Feed
    1 Sep 2014 | 10:05 am
    (Optional Musical Accompaniment To This Post) On Sunday, I was wandering through a mall outside Syracuse called Destiny USA, which bespeaks a certain self-aggrandizement, unless the country's destiny is to wait for a table at the Cheesecake Factory. ...
  • Manvotional: Labor Is Man’s Great Function

    The Art of Manliness
    Brett & Kate McKay
    31 Aug 2014 | 8:46 pm
    From The Works of Orville Dewey, 1893 By Orville Dewey I wish to set forth, as I regard it, the great law of human industry. It is worthy, I think, of being considered, and religiously considered, as the chief law of all human improvement and happiness. And if there be any attempt to escape from this law, or if there be any tendency of the public mind, at any time, to the same point, the eye of the moral observer should be instantly drawn to that point as one most vital to the public welfare. What, then, is the law? It is that industry, — working either with the hand or with the mind, —…
  • Dover Street Market x Nike 10th Anniversary Tennis Classic

    Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine
    Atif Kazmi
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:07 pm
    Dover Street Market’s celebrating their 10-year anniversary this year and with that will come a host of collaborations. Amongst the list will be these commemorative editions of the Nike Tennis Classic, fitted with the classic silhouette in an all-white cotton canvas upper. Minimalistic details include “10″ being printed on the tongue tab, a Tyvek heel counter with a subtle DSM logo, and the interior being lined with a luxe cashmere-leather blend. Produced in a limited run of 200, the Dover Street Market x Nike 10th Anniversary Tennis Classic will launch on September 1 at DSM London…
  • Midual Type 1 Motorcycle

    Uncrate
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:19 am
    It's not every day you get a chance to own the very first model of a new motorcycle, but that's exactly what you'll find in the Midual Type 1 Motorcycle....Visit Uncrate for the full post.
 
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    The Art of Manliness

  • Manvotional: Labor Is Man’s Great Function

    Brett & Kate McKay
    31 Aug 2014 | 8:46 pm
    From The Works of Orville Dewey, 1893 By Orville Dewey I wish to set forth, as I regard it, the great law of human industry. It is worthy, I think, of being considered, and religiously considered, as the chief law of all human improvement and happiness. And if there be any attempt to escape from this law, or if there be any tendency of the public mind, at any time, to the same point, the eye of the moral observer should be instantly drawn to that point as one most vital to the public welfare. What, then, is the law? It is that industry, — working either with the hand or with the mind, —…
  • Resistance Band Training [VIDEO]

    Brett
    31 Aug 2014 | 8:57 am
    If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video. Looking for a strength training workout that you can take with you on the road and do in your hotel? Or are you an older man who wants to get in shape, but your joints aren’t what they used to be? Well, resistance band training just might be for you. Darrin Crowder (our video editor Jordan Crowder’s dad) demonstrates the versatility of resistance band training. Darrin, at 54 years young, is a competitive Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter and in incredible shape. He credits resistance band training to the success…
  • Art of Manliness Podcast #79: On Killing and On Combat With Lt. Col. Dave Grossman

    Brett
    30 Aug 2014 | 11:56 am
    Last year we did a series of posts about an analogy that breaks the world into three kinds of people: sheep, sheepdogs, and wolves. That insight came from retired Army Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, a man who has spent his career researching, writing, and speaking about an unpleasant topic: killing. Specifically, what happens to a person physically and psychologically whenever they have to take the life of another human to protect himself or someone else. Grossman’s work has provided invaluable insights on how to better train and prepare our warriors for the stress that comes with life and…
  • The Best Way to Hold a Burger — According to Science!

    Brett & Kate McKay
    29 Aug 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Burgers are on my mind this week. Wednesday was National Burger Day (what, did you miss it again?). And this Labor Day, I’ll be grilling up some juicy patties to enjoy with my family. When it comes to getting this delicious mix of meat and bun into one’s mouth, there’s really no wrong way to go about it. But we all know how, especially when one’s burger is piled high with tasty fixins’, those toppings can squirt out the sides and drop out the back. You end up trying to pick up those grilled onions and slices of bacon and shove them back into the bun. Could there…
  • The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: August 29, 2014

    Brett
    29 Aug 2014 | 11:53 am
    Last week’s winner was Brendan from Winterville, NC. He chose the Chavito Chukka boots from Nisolo. My Picks This Week The boots from Chippewa are the definition of tough and durable. Made in the USA since 1901, these bad boys will see you successfully through any obstacle, be it poor weather, rough topography, or hunting down Sasquatch. I’ve long extolled the polo shirts from Criquet (I wear one nearly every other day) and I now can’t wait to get my hands on one of their great-looking button-downs. Mountainsmith makes a variety of bags that could accompany you on your next…
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  • Dover Street Market x Nike 10th Anniversary Tennis Classic

    Atif Kazmi
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:07 pm
    Dover Street Market’s celebrating their 10-year anniversary this year and with that will come a host of collaborations. Amongst the list will be these commemorative editions of the Nike Tennis Classic, fitted with the classic silhouette in an all-white cotton canvas upper. Minimalistic details include “10″ being printed on the tongue tab, a Tyvek heel counter with a subtle DSM logo, and the interior being lined with a luxe cashmere-leather blend. Produced in a limited run of 200, the Dover Street Market x Nike 10th Anniversary Tennis Classic will launch on September 1 at DSM London…
  • Google Project Wing

    Atif Kazmi
    29 Aug 2014 | 2:37 pm
    From Google X comes Project Wing, an autonomous drone delivery service that recently went through some testing in Queensland, Australia. The project has been in the works for nearly two years, with self-flying vehicles now ready to complete specific delivery tasks. During the test flights in Australia, they were able to deliver a first aid kit, candy bars, dog treats, and other small goods to farmers to the other side of town. Google X is in the process of exploring different methods to develop the technology to make a safe and efficient delivery system a real possibility. Though even with…
  • Delano Las Vegas: Grand Opening

    Atif Kazmi
    29 Aug 2014 | 11:38 am
    Sponsored | Coming Fall 2014 at the 43-story golden tower at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Delano Las Vegas will offer the best-elevated resort experience in town. The newest all-suite boutique hotel to join Las Vegas, Delano Las Vegas blends the chic style and unparalleled service of the iconic South Beach brand with the vibrant energy and buzz of the Las Vegas Strip. The high-end design concept evokes effortless luxury while adding elements of individuality, creating an intimate yet energetic guest experience. The post Delano Las Vegas: Grand Opening appeared first on Por Homme -…
  • Stock x Superdanger Collection

    Atif Kazmi
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:06 pm
    From Chicago comes Stock Manufacturing’s latest collaboration, this time as they team up with Alex Maier, better known as Superdanger. Inspiration comes from the “gritty, urban feel of 1970s crime classics like The French Connection, Get Carter, The Getaway and Serpico.” This collection exemplifies the stylish icons from each of these films, delivering pieces that sturdy but versatile. Two separate looks can be seen here, near-mirror opposites of one another. Designed to be worn as a “casual suit” look, the matching pants and jackets are each accentuated by a…
  • Acne Studios Montreal Parka

    Jean Baak
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:59 am
    As we transition into fall, the Montreal parka from Acne might be the perfect pickup. It provides both comfort and functionality with its warm water resistant twill on top of plush duck down. Inspired by technical mountaineering outerwear, the Montreal includes four front pockets, two interior zippered pockets, attached hood with drawstring, and removable quilted inner jacket with ribbed cuffs. To purchase this jacket in this green shell, head to Acne Studios online store. The post Acne Studios Montreal Parka appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.
 
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    Uncrate

  • Midual Type 1 Motorcycle

    29 Aug 2014 | 9:19 am
    It's not every day you get a chance to own the very first model of a new motorcycle, but that's exactly what you'll find in the Midual Type 1 Motorcycle....Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Casio EX-FR10 Split Camera

    29 Aug 2014 | 9:18 am
    Through all the changes that the photography industry has seen over the years, one thing has remained constant: you typically frame and shoot the photo while actually holding the camera....Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Bushcraft 101

    29 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    All the survival gear in the world isn't going to help you if you don't know how to use it. Penned by survivalist expert Dave Canterbury, Bushcraft 101: A Field...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Mack Weldon Undershirt (Sponsored)

    29 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    With summer in the rear view mirror, it's time to get back to business. To help ease your transition, Mack Weldon restocked their insanely comfortable underwear in new Fall colors....Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • BeerBug

    29 Aug 2014 | 7:42 am
    Keep tabs on your home brew operation even if you're not at home with the BeerBug. This WiFi-enabled sensor monitors the specific gravity, temperature, and alcohol content of your hooch,...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
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    Modern Gentleman's Blog

  • Cutting W. Kleinberg Belts to Order [VIDEO]

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    27 Aug 2014 | 11:50 am
    As you may know, we cut every single W. Kleinberg belt to your specifications. If your waist size is 36″, we measure 36″from the middle hole of the belt to the end of the belt strap, which gives you a little wiggle room on either side of Thanksgiving. Here’s a demo of how it’s done: The post Cutting W. Kleinberg Belts to Order [VIDEO] appeared first on Modern Gentleman's Blog.
  • 10-Year Anniversary Party

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    25 Aug 2014 | 8:52 pm
    Save The Date: 9-18-14. Details to follow. The post 10-Year Anniversary Party appeared first on Modern Gentleman's Blog.
  • Pinot Days 2014 Report

    Peter Fielder
    25 Aug 2014 | 4:42 pm
    City View Room, Metreon, San Francisco June 21, 2014 Pinot Days in San Francisco brings together close to 100 wineries from California and a few from Oregon. Having 100 wineries all working with the same grape varietal is fascinating and challenging as you decide: Which wineries to try; How to compare them; What story to look for. Since wine has truth, it should tell its own story. The first wine I tried was from a reputable and well known producer Benovia. The winery is located west of Santa Rosa, with vineyards in the Russian River and Sonoma Coast appellations. The first glass was from…
  • Venetian Shoe Cream, for in-between-shine service

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:24 pm
    There’s nothing quite like getting a shine with Vasti at the Wingtip shoe shine stand. But say it’s 10pm and you’re packed and ready for that early flight, but you didn’t have a chance to get a proper shine; Venetian Shoe Cream is your solution. When your shoes need a little in-between service, show them some TLC with a Venetian Cream treatment. Vasti recommends this conditioner for use on all smooth leathers, everything from your Chromexcel to your shell cordovan. “I suggest using a small amount of this neutral shoe conditioner on your leather goods to nourish the…
  • For the Gentleman Who Knows Jedi Mind Tricks

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    20 Aug 2014 | 10:20 am
    If you are salivating over the rumors swirling around the new Star Wars sequels, then you may also be interested to know that we recently rolled out a selection of Star Wars cufflinks and socks. That’s right, just because you’re wearing a starched French-cuffed dress shirt doesn’t mean you can’t pledge your allegiance to the Rebel Alliance (or the Galactic Empire, if you’re weird like that). And don’t let a pair of dress shoes dissuade you from wearing these Light Saber socks (pictured left)! The post For the Gentleman Who Knows Jedi Mind Tricks appeared…
 
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  • The First World War in Color

    werd.com
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:45 am
    Autochrome photography was a pre-cursor to the color film photography revolution that would come much later. Way back in World War 1, a small group of photographers were experimenting with Autochrome to document the horrors of the war in color. This 384-page book is a collection of high impact images of the war from 1914-1919. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Bluelounge Soba Cable Organizer

    werd.com
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:32 am
    With the Soba cable organizer, cleaning up the clutter of cables behind your workspace or TV is pretty simple. Bundle them all into the Soba tube, so instead of many and a mess, you have just one big cable you can route where you want to. Adhesive mounting caps allow you to affix the Soba along walls or under your desktop. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Snow Peak Stacking Shelf Container

    werd.com
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:27 am
    You’ll come up with all types of uses for these stackable stainless steel boxes from Snow Peak. At home or at camp, the split-bottom design allows you to carry 44-lbs. of cargo and then split them open & stack ’em up for easy access to what’s inside. The handles are made of bamboo and the stoppers for stacking are made of rubber. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Son Of A Sailor Folding Knife

    werd.com
    29 Aug 2014 | 7:45 am
    Austin’s Son Of A Sailor Jewelry & Supply has given the full range of classic, beechwood-handle Opinel knives their own signature aesthetic by hand-painting them in a variety of colors and styles. For purchase information, Click Here
  • LG G Watch R

    werd.com
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Smart watches don’t have to look stupid. More proof is on the way with the forthcoming release of LG’s latest Android-Wear powered device. It’s got a round case and looks like a  traditional analog timepiece but it’s compatible with apps in the Google Play Store and receives call notifications & alerts plus events, weather info, etc. For purchase information, Click Here
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    Shaun Groves

  • 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…
  • Where Are The Ravens?

    Shaun Groves
    13 Aug 2014 | 9:49 pm
    I lift it gingerly from the store shelf and the shopkeeper rushes over to make the sell. Bethlehem loves American tourists. “Is it real gold?” It is. It’s Russian. From the 17th Century. An icon. The orthodox, he explains, consider icons to be “windows into heaven.” Not just depictions of biblical people and scenes but revelations and reminders of powerful spiritual truths. Elijah sits exhausted on a rock at the mouth of a cave. Desert stretches far into the distance. His face is long, dark and angular. He’s hollow-eyed, slouched, melancholy. But the first…
  • From Paralysis To Win Win Win

    Shaun Groves
    12 Aug 2014 | 7:59 am
    Yesterday I wrote about the problem of choice paralysis at some events and conferences. Too many non-profits making too many pleas for help at one event benefits no one in the end. Conference organizers get complaints from attendees who feel “spammed.” The attendees, fatigued and overwhelmed, choose not to choose or doubt the choice they eventually make. And the organizations setting up booths and making appeals don’t get the kind of return on investment that their accountants and donors should require them to. I’ve been thinking for quite some time now about how to turn this…
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    HODINKEE - Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories

  • What's Selling Where: Four Tough Black Dial Chronographs, Including Three Military-Issued Pieces And A True Cult Classic IWC

    Eric Wind
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:27 am
    There's just something about a watch with a black dial, in particular a chronograph. Today, we are bringing you four tough chronographs with black dials (although one of them has white registers): a Breguet Type XX issued to the French Air Force in 1954, a Heuer Autavia issued to the Argentinean Air Force in the early 1970s, a Lemania issued to the Swedish Air Force in the 1970s, and an IWC 3705 Ceramic Fliegerchronograph from the 1990s, also known as IWC's very first ceramic chronograph.Breguet Type XX from 1954 The Breguet Type XX is truly a classic chronograph. Arguably, the very…
  • Lou Gehrig's Hamilton Piping Rock Sells For $340,000, More Than Twice What It Sold For In 2011

    Benjamin Clymer
    28 Aug 2014 | 11:59 am
    Lou Gehrig needs no introduction. In 1928, he received a Hamilton Piping Rock wristwatch for winning the World Series. In 2011, it came up for sale, and we covered it here. The watch ended up selling for $155,000. Just this past week, it went under the hammer again at SCP auctions. The result? A final selling price of more than DOUBLE what it brought just three years ago. With a final sale price of $340,200, this continues to make a case for provenance driven sales. The Hamilton Piping Rock is a very interesting, and relatively desirable American wristwatch, but by no means very valuable. To…
  • Introducing The Engineer Master II Slide Chronograph From Ball Watch

    Evald Muraj
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:18 am
    Novelty comes in various guises, and when it comes to reinventing the chronograph layout, one might as well reinvent the wheel. But, bullhorns and single-pushers aside, Ball Watch now offers a surprisingly fresh take on the chrono complication. To see this newly patented system, look no further than its Engineer Master II Slide Chronograph.The Engineer Master II forgoes the classic double-pusher look (and the even more classic single-pusher one) by replacing it with a slide bar. This integrated start/stop/reset control is located on the case at 9 o’clock, opposite the crown. Details of the…
  • Hands-On With The CT Scuderia Dashboard Collection

    HODINKEE
    27 Aug 2014 | 7:47 am
    Enrico Margaritelli is a third generation watchmaker. He's also a life-long motorcycle lover, rider, and racer. He grew up in Italy around the greatest watches in the world – the early Daytonas and Patek Philippe chronographs are not stranger to him. He cut his teeth with is own brands in the early 90s, and was chief designer for a little company called Fossil during its formative years. Margaritelli, in fact, even designed the first round of watches for Shinola. But through this long, impressive career in designing time, it was the period of his life when he was a boy that he most…
  • Introducing The MB&F MusicMachine 2 Limited Edition In Gunmetal, Exclusively For HODINKEE

    Benjamin Clymer
    27 Aug 2014 | 5:01 am
    You know, there are a lot of people doing good things out there these days, but a few doing great things. So when we can, we strive to do our best to support the few who are truly doing things differently than the rest, often times with a goal in mind that is much larger, and more selfless than the rest. Max Büsser and his friends (MB&F) is one that, from the minute I began to cover timepieces with any regularity, I knew was something special. His machines are fanciful, daring, occasionally bordering on the absurd, but always exceptionally well made, and the product of unrelenting…
 
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    Mens Underwear Blog

  • Labor Day Sale at International Jock

    UMan
    30 Aug 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Save big this Labor Day weekend at International Jock. Lots of brands on sale Emporio Armani, 2(x)ist, Diesel, Intymen, and many more! Sale ends 9/2/14Feed 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.
  • New Contributor: Introducing Leo

    Leo S.
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:45 pm
    Uman says: I'm please to introduce our latest member to the team, Leo. He will be posting regularly about his thoughts on underwear as well as reviews and pictures of his collection. Here's his intro.Leo's C-In2 Zen Slider BriefI've been blogging for the past three years. The name Leo is a nickname and developed from ones I've had in the past, I go by Leo on most social media because I don't really like my name. I've run a personal and fashion blog for three years and recently began an underwear and swimwear appreciation blog. Clothing of every sort interests me but I think you can understand…
  • Johnny Weir Dances in Galliano Briefs!

    UMan
    23 Aug 2014 | 1:00 pm
    With the growing popularity of social media, we're getting a lot more celeb underwear sightings from the celeb themselves. Instead of just accidental waistband shots, sags, and wardrobe malfunctions, we're actually seeing celebs posting sexy photos and vids of themselves in limited apparel.Check out this great video that Johnny Weir posted to Instagram showing off his sexy bod and dance skills in nothing but John Galliano briefs. In the video he's dancing to Sia's "Chandelier", and I must say those briefs are fitting him quite nicely and leave very little to the imagination. Enjoy!Feed…
  • Empowered from the depths

    UMan
    21 Aug 2014 | 2:00 pm
    sponsored post“If you don’t feel good in it, don’t wear it. Because it will never look good. Any hesitation in the fitting room and just walk away.” These were the words spoken by L’Wren Scott in 2012 during an interview with the Telegraph and demonstrate what an intuitive designer must know. I'm sure that you're going to all the beaches and bars this summer. Besides the towel, sunscreen and your good pair of sunglasses, you should buy a good swimsuit every season. Don't recycle your swimsuit of last year, your friends may have a photographic memory. And this is where our…
  • Bryan Hawn Wiggles his "Big Fat Butt" in a Thong!

    UMan
    20 Aug 2014 | 12:45 pm
    Not totally underwear news related, but since it is hump day I thought you all might appreciate seeing some gorgeous humps.YouTube fitness star and general eye candy hunk Bryan Hawn has released a parody video of Jason Derulo's "Wiggle". In it he wiggles his big fat butt out of his jeans and into a sexy thong. Enjoy!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

  • For male gamers

    Masculist Man
    31 Aug 2014 | 8:39 pm
    If you're a gamer you'll find this interesting.
  • It figures men would be disadvantaged in Beaver County-female on male domestic violence

    Masculist Man
    31 Aug 2014 | 6:14 pm
    She Was Caught on Camera Beating Him with a Metal Pole, but He’s the One in Jail after Cops ‘Refused to Look at the Video’Aug. 30, 2014 11:31am Zach NobleHell hath no fury like a woman spurned.Justin Lindsey has been jailed in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, for the past week, KDKA-TV reported, facing charges of harassment and assault.But according to Lindsey’s family, he’s the one who got assaulted — and they’ve got video to back up their claims.The incident occurred last week when Lindsey’s ex-girlfriend — and mother of his child — Rhameicka Clark showed up at his house and…
  • Time to say goodbye to a voice for men

    Masculist Man
    31 Aug 2014 | 10:06 am
    ShlomoShunn • 4 days agoHowzabout WOMEN learning to be more respectful of men...and not be so slutty, manipulative, passive, blame-mongering, childish, irresponsible, etc....hmmmm?Frodo Mod ShlomoShunn • 4 days agoComment is bordering on misogyny sir.Do not do it again.I suggest you read the new TOSSourceOne would think this was posted on the NOW website or any other feminist website. It is not. The source is the A Voice For Men website. What has happened to this site? For one thing they let women and fags become moderators thus putting them in control of what real men can post. It has…
  • Men shun women

    Masculist Man
    30 Aug 2014 | 9:42 pm
    Fallout from campus sexual assault hysteria: College men now suspicious of womenBY ASHE SCHOW | AUGUST 22, 2014 | 11:58 AM Thanks to an increased focus on sexual assaults on college campuses, young college men are...Thanks to an increased focus on sexual assaults on college campuses – mostly due to an overblown statistic claiming 20 percent of college women have been sexually assaulted – young college men are starting to rethink how they talk to women.At first glance that might seem like a good thing – men learning to be more respectful of women and not be so rapey – but that’s not…
  • Female pedophile in Britain gets two years,judge wishes he could give her less

    Masculist Man
    30 Aug 2014 | 12:23 pm
    Loren Morris Female paedophile, 21, is jailed for two years after she had sex with an eight-year-old boy 50 times, starting when she was 16Loren Morris, 21, started sleeping with the boy five years agoShe continued doing it for two years, until the boy was tenShe was convicted of sexual intercourse with a child last monthToday she was given the two-year sentence at Worcester Crown CourtBy KIERAN CORCORANPUBLISHED: 12:56 EST, 18 March 2014 | UPDATED: 12:28 EST, 21 March 2014Paedophile: Loren Morris, 21, was sentenced to prison after a court found that she had slept with a child 50 timesA…
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    Selectism

  • Chunky Fall Footwear from A.Sauvage – 2 Choices

    Lena Dystant
    1 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    British label A.Sauvage from designer Adrien Sauvage, return to footwear for Fall 2014. Two no-nonsense models on offer, first up the Dictator, as you’d expect a boot which exercises absolute power, high shine green or purple leather in a DM style, 7 eyelets on a zig-zag wedge sole. Acting as assistant, The General works on a similar combination with just 5 eyelets on its low profile. Both made in Portugal, stamp your authority here. Chunky Fall Footwear from A.Sauvage – 2 Choices is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
  • One to Watch – Milan’s Sunnei for Spring/Summer 2015

    Lena Dystant
    1 Sep 2014 | 9:00 am
    Straight out of Milan, SUNNEI look a promising prospect if their Spring/Summer 2015 lookbook is anything to go by. Founded by Loris Messina, former visual merchandiser at Gucci and Simone Rizzo, a buyer for FULL Milano, the label deals in beautiful textiles transformed into the perfect mix of contemporary and classic. The devil in the detail, side cinches, chin strap collars, high lapels and boat necks suggest these guys know their stuff when it comes to the finer points of menswear. One to Watch – Milan’s Sunnei for Spring/Summer 2015 is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
  • A Full Look Inside the New Goodhood Flagship Store – Shoreditch

    Lena Dystant
    1 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    London’s Goodhood wave goodbye to their Coronet Street location in Hoxton, home since 2007, setting up shop on Curtain Road, a 45 second walk away, with a shiny new 2-storey flagship store. Men’s, women’s, kid’s, grooming and homewares all under one roof, the new space continues to stock favourites including LVC, Norse Projects, Soulland, HAY, Neighbourhood, Knight Mills, Roundel and Aesop. Opened today, the addition of a basement cafe, Commune, via Brett Redman, best known for Elliot’s Café and the Pavilion Café, will take the store a step further. Founders Jo…
  • Filippa K Men’s Spring/Summer 2015 – Swedish Fusion

    Glenys Johnson
    1 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Filippa K premier their latest men’s creations at Stockholm Fashion Week, putting the spotlight on toned down, contemporary styles. With the presence of a variety of structured blazers, including a double-breasted wool number, tuxedo and a light linen option, the emphasis lies on the Swedish uniform of smart, modern suiting paired with sporty pieces including nylon jackets and cropped trousers.     Filippa K Men’s Spring/Summer 2015 – Swedish Fusion is a post by Glenys Johnson on Selectism.
  • Nike Release the Trail Running “Kiger” Collection for Unfriendly Environments

    Lena Dystant
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    “Designed with the most difficult terrain in mind” Nike release images for their new Trail Running collection. A kind of ACG meets Gyakusou vibe, the spirit of both loom large in this new line. Named after the Kiger Mustang horse, an animal at home in challenging environments, the collection includes two outerwear layers; a lightweight, packable Trail Kiger Jacket featuring water-repellent finish and multiple pockets and the Trail Kiger Half-Zip in Dri-FIT fabric with abrasion-resistant screen print panels. Additionally, ripstop fabric stretch shorts and tights with…
 
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    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
  • Summer Linen: The Stuff of Legend

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:20 am
    Linen, a cloth which truly does have its own unique allure. My own personal love affair with the stuff started long before I became interested in sartorial menswear; I remember distinctly that I used to don some bizarre linen chinos in my early teens during the summer in an attempt to look edgy, matched with [...]Men's Flair
  • Style Icon: Michael Caine

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    8 Jul 2014 | 8:16 am
    Generally, I’m not a big one for individual style icons; I tend to prefer examining the features of specific historical periods or trends when it comes to dressing. Michael Caine however, is an exception. I grew up watching classic retro films with my father, and upon discovering Michael Caine’s films of the 60s and 70s [...]Men's Flair
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    Uncoached

  • 8 Athletes Who Don’t Seem “All There”

    Fingo
    1 Sep 2014 | 4:22 am
    Though there’s definitely worse things to be called than absent-minded, it’s not necessarily something someone wants to be described as.… The post 8 Athletes Who Don’t Seem “All There” appeared first on Uncoached.
  • The Worst Fan Feelings You Can Have in Sports

    Fingo
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:21 am
    We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again—being a sports fan is definitely hard work. On top of pouring… The post The Worst Fan Feelings You Can Have in Sports appeared first on Uncoached.
  • Five Athletes We Can’t Believe Have Title Rings

    Fingo
    19 Aug 2014 | 4:45 am
    There are plenty of Hall of Fame athletes who have never even come close to winning a world championship. So… The post Five Athletes We Can’t Believe Have Title Rings appeared first on Uncoached.
  • Things Athletes Can Get Away With That Normal Folks Can’t

    Fingo
    11 Aug 2014 | 5:39 am
    OK, so it’s no surprise that athletes seem to have it made. Not only do they get to participate in… The post Things Athletes Can Get Away With That Normal Folks Can’t appeared first on Uncoached.
  • The 6 Worst Coaching Hires of the Past 25 Years

    Fingo
    4 Aug 2014 | 5:29 am
    As any good sports fan knows, it takes continuity between a coaching staff and a roster to compete to win… The post The 6 Worst Coaching Hires of the Past 25 Years appeared first on Uncoached.
 
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    The Bachelor Guy

  • Professions: Yes You Can Be Male Nurse and Still Be a Real Man

    Eric Rogell
    29 Aug 2014 | 12:52 pm
    A while back I wrote an article about a man purse some company was putting out, and called it a “murse.” Apparently that’s also a derogatory term for male nurse, and guys in that profession came out and slammed me, and said even though they are nurses, they are still very much real men. Believe me, I agree. Are you really going to call any of these guys feminine to their faces? Nope. Especially since one of them might end up being your nurse the next time you find yourself in the ER following a night of epic drinking. You want them to fix the damage, not cause more of it. Finally, the…
  • First Date Kit Tames Your Wild Hairs and Toe Claws

    Eric Rogell
    25 Aug 2014 | 12:11 pm
    First date. Gotta tighten up your look. Hit the shower. Fresh shave (or neaten your scruff). Best jacket and jeans. But what will kill your look quicker than you can say “pleated khakis” are the stray hairs that somehow started sprouting from your ears and between your brows. Because while Anthony Davis may get away with rocking the unibrow on the court, you just look like Creepy Bert trying to get in some chick’s pants. And I don’t have to tell you how quickly getting lip tickled by one of the long and wiry hairs that have taken up residence in your nostrils will kill that first…
  • Mizuno Wave Paradox Cushions While You Pound the Pavement

    Eric Rogell
    25 Aug 2014 | 10:03 am
    Any time you run you know you’re delivering high impact to your feet and joints. (Some of you who hit the buffet more than you should, are delivering even higher levels of stressful impact, but that’s another discussion.) Wearing the right shoe can mean the difference between a great cardio workout and spending the next few days with ice packs and wrapped knees. I know. My knees are shot. Run more than a few blocks, and they’ll swell up bigger than Richard Sherman’s ego on game day. So wearing supportive shoes has become crucial. The problem is most of them are heavy and clunky. Enter…
  • 4 Tips to Make Moving Less of a Nightmare

    Eric Rogell
    15 Aug 2014 | 1:28 pm
    Let’s face it—no matter how organized you are, how zen-like your personality, how helpful your buddies, moving is a giant pain in the ass. You’re packing up the entire contents of your life and schlepping them to someplace new… and it doesn’t matter if it’s across town or across the country, it’s going to suck. And not just the physical move, but the stress of living out of boxes while you muster the energy to unpack. Not to mention the sense of dread finding the inevitable broken stuff when you finally do unpack. So if you’re shipping off to a new locale, and find yourself…
  • So You Bought a Plane… Here Are the Next 3 Items for Your Shopping List

    Eric Rogell
    7 Aug 2014 | 7:43 am
    So you went off and did it. You actually bought a plane. Well, what did you think would happen after taking those flying lessons? Did you think you were going to get it out of your system that easy? No sir! You were born to fly, and now that you finally got your wings— sure it’s a small twin prop and not a G650, but you’ll upgrade once your dating/shopping/gaming app goes public—the only thing left for you to do is take to the friendly skies, right? Think again, flyboy. The next thing you have to do is go shopping. You just bought a friggin plane, my friend. Now it’s time to add…
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    Gear Patrol

  • In Case You Missed It: August 24 – August 31

    31 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
    Our best articles from the last few weeks. Just in case, ya know, you missed them: 72 hours exploring Portugal's capital, great Ready-To-Eat camping meals, the Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach and the first extreme athlete to base jump from flat ground. ...Read More »
  • This Week in Gear: August 30, 2014

    30 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    This Week in Gear: The Beatles Boxed Set, underwater cameras, sexy watches, coffee kits and more. ...Read More »
  • Tasting Notes: Taylor Fladgate 1964 Single Harvest

    29 Aug 2014 | 2:47 pm
    Taylor Fladgate, one of the council of elders in the Port world, released a 50-year-old tawny port in 2014. In honor of our other stories about Portugal, we raised a glass of it. ...Read More »
  • Stay: &Beyond Benguerra Island Lodge, Mozambique

    29 Aug 2014 | 2:06 pm
    Few sunsets beat the one at &Beyond Benguerra Island Lodge in Mozambique, where the sun crawls close to the horizon and drenches the local fishermen boats in hues of orange and pink, all while you sit back and order another cocktail. ...Read More »
  • Letters to GP: August 2014

    29 Aug 2014 | 1:53 pm
    We read all of your letters. Here's the proof. ...Read More »
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    Cool Material

  • Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project

    Mike Newman
    1 Sep 2014 | 5:25 am
    You know you’re not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there’s that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, ...
  • The Sunday Hangover

    Mike Newman
    31 Aug 2014 | 8:45 am
    1 Kyra Santoro – The Hundreds 2 How to Cut Cheese – Huffington Post 3 Goods: Back to Business – Cool Material 4 The Greatest Line Every Simpsons Character Ever Delivered – The Wire 5 8 Bit Sin City – Youtube 6 The Tricks of Documentary Filming – High Snobiety 7 Grilling Hacks – Serious Eats 8 What It Looks Like When a Squid Listens to Cypress Hill – The World’s Best Ever 9 One Stroke Dragon Art – Huh ...
  • Whisky Potato Chips Exist And Need To Be Eaten

    Mike Newman
    31 Aug 2014 | 7:30 am
    We’ve gorged ourselves on many a bag of potato chips after we’ve had a bit too much to drink. Now, we can just combine the experience into one event. Mackie’s of Scotland has created some whisky potato chips to stuff in your booze-craving gullet. The only kicker is they’re whisky and haggis flavored and the latter is not on our top ten list of favorite foods. Still, some booze in crisp form is an idea we could get behind. We’ll have ...
  • The Weekend Agenda

    Mike Newman
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:50 am
    Every Friday we’ll get you hooked up with some solid weekend plans. These are the things we think you should watch, read or do over the next few days. 1 LOOK AT THIS: Jessica Hart for GQ – GQ 2 READ THIS: Evolution of the Pen – Cool Material 3 MAKE THIS: Resin-Inlaid Wood – Shinium 4 EAT THIS: Caramel Coffee Syrup – Sprinkle Some Sugar 5 SEE THIS: Starred Up – iTunes 6 DRINK THIS: Kicked-Up Coffee Grantia – ...
  • Mover and Shaker Pens Are Lightweight But Strong

    Mike Newman
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:30 am
    Don’t let their machine shop looks fool you, the Mover and Shaker pens are lightweight and agile writing instruments. Crafted from 7075 aluminum, each of these pens is extremely strong and durable without being too heavy for elongated periods of writing. Each pen features a smooth, silent, and addictive clicking mechanism and a stainless steel clip for transport. Well-made pens with no fuss.
 
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    JaysonGaddis.com

  • When Someone Wants Something From Me And I Don’t Want To Give It

    Jayson
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:34 am
    Sometimes people want something from me and it feels right to give. In these times, I might be a big yes. Other times people want something from me and something feels off in their request. My spider senses go off and I’m a no. But I might be scared to say “No.” Yet, when I trust this “no” and set a boundary with them, they predictably react. Their reaction, often mean-spirited and coming from a wounded place, affirms why I had a gut feeling about setting a boundary in the first place. If I’m honest, I have that place in me that wants to cave during these…
  • Get Unstuck In Your Relationship With One Simple Statement

    Jayson
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:32 am
    We’ve all been stuck at some point in our relationship, especially a long-term relationship. In fact, I’d argue that most long-term relationships get stuck. The question is, how do we get unstuck? Watch this short video for one effective way to breakthrough a stuck relationship. The post Get Unstuck In Your Relationship With One Simple Statement appeared first on JaysonGaddis.com.
  • When You Feel Misunderstood

    Jayson
    18 Aug 2014 | 8:46 am
    What makes intimacy tricky sometimes is that in our attempts to feel seen, heard, and known, (often what we most desire) we may take a risk and share who we are in an vulnerable moment to our partner. But instead of being received, we feel misunderstood, judged, and not really heard. Our share triggered them into their stuff and now they aren’t available to us anymore. Sometimes this can escalate into a long fight, or rift between us. Of course, some version of this is what happened in our families. So, here we are again feeling wrong, or bad, frustrated and unmet. Now we might attack,…
  • A Simple Responsible Communication Tip

    Jayson
    12 Aug 2014 | 7:00 pm
    A simple reminder when trying to work out a conflict with your partner. Use “I heard” vs “you said” When you pretend like you know exactly what your partner said, it typically doesn’t go well. I find it preferable to say “What I remember hearing you say was….” Or “Through my filters, what I heard was….” The benefit to this “responsible communication approach” is the other person (your partner) is less likely to shut down, justify or get defensive because you’re not telling them you have the truth on what happened. This way, each of you can have your own valid…
  • Your Childhood Strategy to Get Love

    Jayson
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    We all have a childhood strategy or two that we play out as adults. Some of these got heavily rewarded, some of them just saved us from further isolation, shame, and hurt. Just because you fixed things in your childhood and got rewarded for it, doesn’t mean you have to keep fixing things in your adult relationship life. In fact, while being a “helper,” “fixer,” “rescuer,” or “hero” will garner you loads of praise in certain environments in this culture, it’s really just you playing out your childhood strategy. And, in a long-term…
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    Acquire

  • Winter Session Mini Zip Bag

    29 Aug 2014 | 12:26 pm
    Bags, bags, and more bags. Ok, so maybe your girlfriend is starting to make fun of you now that your bag collection is starting to eat at her Michael Kors section of the closet, but here's another bag you might want to add to the mountain. Well, at least it's small. Winter Session's Mini Zip Bag is perfect for all your small items, whether that's your candy stash, your watch, or all your wires and earbuds. The bags are tough and sturdy with an exterior made from 20oz waxed cotton and come in three colors. $30, Winter Session
  • New Nintendo 3DS

    29 Aug 2014 | 12:19 pm
    If you've ever picked up a Nintendo 3DS, you know exactly why your little brother is glued to the damn thing 24 hours a day. Nintendo has got a new one coming and they're calling it the "New" Nintendo 3DS. We're not sure about the name, but hey, the gamers in us can't ignore anything new from Nintendo. Launching in Japan this October, the new handhelds will feature a revised C-stick and shoulder buttons, larger screens in both model sizes, and a new and improved 3D screen that detects your eye position so the 3D effect never distorts no matter what your viewing angle is. Nintendo
  • Rapha Cyclocross Jersey

    29 Aug 2014 | 12:00 pm
    You don't have to be a hardcore cyclist to love what Rapha is doing. Their keen eye for design has made the brand a favorite amongst many, both in the cycling realm and on the street. Their new off-road inspired Cyclocross Jersey is another home run of a collection with bright, vibrant colors and those great graphic treatments that the brand has become known for. Our favorite piece is the Cyclocross Jersey which wraps their technical jersey with a striking take of an argyle pattern on top of their signature pink colorway. $120, Rapha
  • Alienware Area-51

    29 Aug 2014 | 11:48 am
    No, this isn't some piece of Battlestar Galactica memorabilia. You are looking at Alienware's new gaming desktop, the Area-51, and it's funky, retro sci-fi design might just make you want a desktop again. The triangular computer is a reboot of their flagship desktop and will be powered by the latest intel Haswell processors. You can also get it setup with up to 32GBs of RAM, up to three graphics cards, and if you want to get really geeky there's a liquid cooling and overclocking options available as well. Alienware
  • Sophnet Multi Color Dot B.D. Shirt

    28 Aug 2014 | 3:17 pm
    There's nothing like crisp white shirt, you can't have too many of them and its one of those incredibly versatile pieces that can go from dressy to formal with just a roll of the sleeve. While its a piece that you don't need to mess with, we're loving these little hits of color from Sophnet's FW14 collection. A popular style from their line, the Multi Color Dot B.D. Shirt is a white oxford with a twist. Each button is hit with a bright hit of color adding a subtle but bold touch that has made Sophnet such a cult favorite in menswear. Also available in blue. $253, Sophnet
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    The New Man – Advice for Men on Relationships, Dating, Fitness, Career and Sex

  • 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…
  • How to Get Out of a Rut

    Tripp Lanier
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:11 am
    Are you in a rut? Have you ever been in a rut? Ruts (or plateaus) can be awful. They eat away at our energy and self-esteem. Days go by and the wheels just spin — no progress was made. Ruts can be professional or ruts can be personal. Regardless, in the third lesson of this mini-course, I’m going to share a simple checklist you can use to get yourself out of a rut. The post How to Get Out of a Rut appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
 
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    Tomfoolery Blog | YourTango

  • Miley Cyrus' Sexiest Instagram Pics EVER

    20 Aug 2014 | 8:30 am
    Miley Cyrus is a very … let's say open girl. She's not afraid to bare it all on a magazine cover or in a music video (that poor wrecking ball). And Instagram is no exception. Miley does deserve some props for being so comfortable in her own skin, and for being confident enough to broadcast said skin on social media. Let's face it; most of us are not that cool. Keywords: hannah montana, miley cyrus, sex, sexy pics, sexy picturesBookmark/Share this post with: read more
  • 15 Types Of Selfies You're Posting — And What They Really Mean

    maryroselorenzana
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:04 pm
    The word ‘selfie’ was coined in Australia in the olden days (2002). A drunk guy posted a blurry image of himself and posted it on social media for all to see. I’m sure there were many selfies before then, but they weren’t documented on the internet, and as we now know, that means they don’t count. Social media brings many pros and cons to this world we live in and we’re not quite sure what merit the selfe brings, but we’re thankful it made its mark! Keywords: entertainment & celebrities, how to, Zach BraffBookmark/Share this post with: read more
  • You Couldn't Save Robin Williams. Neither Could I.

    tom
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:39 am
    YourTango writer Tom Miller discusses the tragic death of Robin Williams and his own experiences with suicide and the grief and guilt therein. Keywords: depression and suicide, Robin Williams, suicideBookmark/Share this post with: Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post read more
  • Who Are You Trying To Fool With Those Spanx?

    tom
    28 Jan 2013 | 9:06 am
    Spanx is quickly becoming to shapewear what Kleenex is to tissues. It starts with a bit of a paradox; tight clothes look terrible on a person with a little extra weight BUT extremely tight under-clothing can be used to masquerade that plump.Keywords: how to attract a man, love your body, sexBookmark/Share this post with: read more
  • I Love You, Now Stop Making Me Fat

    tom
    5 Oct 2012 | 10:02 am
    Every time I get in a new relationship, I get comfortable... too comfortable. That comfort leads to weight gain. But why do I, and many, many poor, poor people, gain weight while we're dating? Is nesting going to be the death of us all? Keywords: body image, breakfast love dinner, Dating, eating, moving in together, relationships, weight gain, weight loss planBookmark/Share this post with: read more
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    Hunk du Jour

  • Your Hunk of the Day: Ollie Marchon

    1 Sep 2014 | 9:00 am
    Ollie Marchon for 2014 Rugbys Finest Hunks Calendar Vote for Tomorrow's Hunk! Posted In: Hunk of the Day
  • Your Hunk of the Day: Parker Hurley

    31 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Parker Hurley via Instagram Vote for Tomorrow's Hunk! Posted In: Hunk of the Day
  • Your Hunk of the Day: Steve Boyd

    30 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Steve Boyd via User Submission Vote for Tomorrow's Hunk! Posted In: Hunk of the Day
  • Your Hunk of the Day: Eli Blahut

    29 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Eli Blahut via Aesthetic Muscles Happy Friday! I'm going to be happily spending the weekend down at Hunk du Jour HQ Southwest in sweltering Palm Springs, CA. I only hope it doesn't rain too much back in Seattle while I'm away. :) Today's hunk is Eli Blahut - a bodybuilder and fitness professional, these photos are from shoots about five years ago.SIX more photos, after the jump »  Posted In: Hunk of the Day
  • Your Hunk of the Day: Peter Stubbs

    28 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Peter Stubbs via Model Mayhem Happy Thursday! Your Hunk of the Day (as determined by the votes of readers like you) is Peter Stubbs and the collection of the photos after the jump includes some incredible work by one of my favorite photographers (whose birthday was yesterday), Simon Le!EIGHT more photos, after the jump »  Posted In: Hunk of the Day, Simon Le
 
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    menshealth.com.sg

  • The Run To Rule Them All

    kyleung
    31 Aug 2014 | 10:34 pm
    Over the weekend, otherwise healthy runners – and non-running participants, babies included – inhaled millions of fine, coloured particles at The Color Run 2014. Given my idea of a fun run involves a more conventional use of lungs and cornstarch (hint: it’s in my post-run zi char dish, undyed), I’ve never really bought into the concept of the self-proclaimed HAPPIEST 5K ON EARTH*. read more
  • Boys And Their Toys

    kennethwee_
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:07 am
    It’s very simple. Boys love toys. Even as boys become grown men, and taste refines, toys remain (alongside tech, tunes and a touch of T&A) an integral part of manly life.   read more
  • Financial Fair Play My A*se

    Kelvtan
    24 Aug 2014 | 8:02 pm
    Why do we watch sport? In my opinion, part of the reason is because of the romance of it all. Physical games can be a great leveler- that on any given Sunday a minnow can triumph over a great; a physically better-endowed athlete can lose to a lesser; and the weak can beat the strong.read more
  • Fit. Talented. Mad.

    kyleung
    21 Aug 2014 | 10:36 pm
    In the latest Puma advertisement Calling All Troublemakers, the oft-wayward football star Mario Balotelli winks at the camera after getting shown the yellow card for fouling an opponent.read more
  • Cheer, not jeer our sporting heroes

    Kelvtan
    20 Aug 2014 | 2:36 am
    It was certainly a good show at the new Singapore Sports Hub when the local Selection team took on Italian Serie A champs Juventus last Saturday.   The loud applause and cheers heard for each of the five goals Juve scored in the game ,clearly showed that our football fans were capable of applauding talent, even if it was playing against our own national team, and added to the overall atmosphere of the inaugural football game played in the Sports Hub.   read more
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    The Stogie Guys

  • Happy Labor Day from the Stogie Guys

    The Stogie Guys
    1 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    Today presents a perfect opportunity to kick back, relax, and enjoy a fine cigar or two. We here at StogieGuys.com are taking our own advice, interrupting our daily coverage of cigar news, reviews, commentary, and tips to do what we do best—savor the pleasure that is premium tobacco. After all, you wouldn’t want us to be hypocritical, would you? So happy Labor Day. We’ll resume our musings on the world of cigars tomorrow. -The Stogie Guys photo credit: N/A
  • Quick Smoke: Dignity Cigars Dignidad del Hombre Torpedo

    Patrick S
    31 Aug 2014 | 2:00 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.” Costa Rica-based Dignity Cigars introduced its Dignidad del Hombre brand at the 2013 industry trade show. I don’t actually remember where I got this cigar (maybe it was a sample from that show) but I’ve had it for the better part of a year. The Torpedo (6 x 52) features a cool-looking band with a silhouette of one of the workers in the factory where it is made. (Careful though; the band was a real pain to remove without…
  • Quick Smoke: Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo des Dieux (Cuban)

    Patrick A
    30 Aug 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.” There’s no telling how long this Le Hoyo des Dieux (6 x 42) had been resting in one of my humidors before I fired it up earlier this week. I would wager at least a couple years. And that’s a good thing. I typically find—unlike your average Nicaraguan, Dominican, or Honduran—most Cubans are in need of post-purchase aging. In this case, the time I invested (albeit on accident) paid good dividends. The texture is bready and the…
  • Stogie Guys Friday Sampler No. 397

    The Stogie Guys
    29 Aug 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) This week Drew Estate announced “Tienda Exclusiva by Willy Herrera,” a “concept cigar” made in “extremely small batches” at La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate. Each Tienda Exclusiva (Spanish for “store exclusive”) will be crafted for one particular retailer, and there will only be a few releases each year. The first retailer to win this distinction is Barrister Cigars in Union, New Jersey. The cigars will sell for $12 apiece at…
  • Cigar Review: George Rico Miami S.T.K. American Puro Corona Gorda

    Patrick S
    28 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    You could argue George Rico’s Miami S.T.K. American Puro is the most unique cigar around. Made in Miami, the blend has only tobacco grown in the United States, including fire-cured tobacco from Kentucky. The Miami S.T.K. American Puro was one of three cigars with fire-cured tobacco introduced at last year’s IPCPR Trade Show. The others, Leccia Black and Drew Estate MUWAT KFC, were announced first with the American Puro following a few weeks later. (Drew Estate’s announcement of its KFC cigar was pushed forward on the heels of Leccia Black because the company wanted to make…
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    The Good Men Project

  • This Evangelical Mom Lost Her Gay Son, and She Wants You To Learn From Her Story

    Rob Robertson
    1 Sep 2014 | 12:30 pm
    When Linda Robertson’s son came out as gay, she knew she’d always love him, but as an Evangelical Christian she thought she couldn’t accept his sexuality. Only after he drifted away and became addicted to drugs did she realize that she was wrong.  Editor’s note: We are running Linda’s story under her husband Rob’s author bio so that all of their stories about Ryan, their son, can be found together. Read more here. On the night of November 20, 2001, a conversation held over Instant Messenger changed our lives forever. Our twelve year old son messaged me in…
  • When is Enough, Enough?

    TaLisa
    1 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    How do you face the reality in what was to be forever, ending? — A male friend called me the other day to ask when is enough, enough? Having made the call myself. For me it was when I was at breaking point. I knew I would probably go a little crazy and feared I was about to hit a scary level of emotionally damage that would change me if I stayed in something that was hurting so much. When I knew I had given my all to make it work and there were no changes to behaviors I was informing and had shown were tearing me apart. After six months of this, and knowing I was about to reach that…
  • Why I Write – Telling Men’s Stories, Even Though I’m a Woman

    Jasmin Newman
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:30 am
    Being a sexually driven woman, who advocates for men who are feeling lost, stuck, or alone in their relationships, requires a courageous vulnerability.  — I write to share stories, to tell my story and to tell the story of many men, even though I am a woman. I write to lift taboo’s, to open minds, and to open men’s hearts to the possibilities that lay within. I write to spark debate, to stimulate deeper thought and to create conversations that matter. Though I am not a writer, I am a storyteller. In my ‘Conversations With Adam’ I share the stories of many men who are feeling…
  • When There are no More Holocaust Survivors

    John Espinosa Nelson
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    None of us know life without living, breathing Holocaust survivors. — I’m far from a historian—or even all that well educated—but I don’t need a degree to wonder how the tools and materials used to teach people about the Holocaust will change when no survivors remain to tell their stories. The easy answer is film, video, family, Shoah Foundation histories, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center, but none of these can match the power of personal interaction with a death camp survivor. There is no experience in the world like simply being in the same room with someone who has…
  • WWE Superstars and Their Kids on Fatherhood

    JJ Vincent
    1 Sep 2014 | 10:30 am
      Did you ever think you’d see a WWE Superstar having a tea party with his daughter? Neither did I. I have to admit, the first time I saw Roman Reign’s Fatherhood ad, I did a double take. Not that I knew who he was. I just saw a big, long-haired, heavily tattooed man hopping around. The TV was on mute, so I wasn’t sure what was going on. But you don’t need sound to recognize a giant of a man singing “I’m a Little Teapot” with a tiny girl. I dove for the remote just in time to hear him ask some one to “…pour me out.” before he…
 
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  • X1 Schiller Bike: Engineered For The Water

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:45 am
    The X1 Schiller Bike is for you cycling enthusiasts who just can’t seem to leave your love for two wheels on the shore. Engineered for the water, this unique watercraft delivers the thrill of cycling on the open water. It is the world’s most innovative water bike ever created.Featuring a proprietary multi-speed drive train, twin-propeller design and rugged, dual chamber pontoons, the X1 is designed to deliver a fast, exhilarating, and safe ride. Clean, sustainable and human-powered, it’s easy to assemble, transport and store in compact spaces, and it’s designed,…
  • TAKUMI: The First Length-Adjustable Pen!

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:30 am
    When it comes to writing utensils, size definitely matters! But why should the pens that you buy lack in such diversity that your hand and wrist have to be a certain size to use effectively? No longer! TAKUMI is the first length-adjustable pen.This key feature means TAKUMI can fit every hand that picks it up. It also adjusts for writing position and usage – from note-taking to manuscripts; technical drawing to sketching and shading; and all other uses you can think of. The mechanical design of the pen is modular, allowing you to interchange parts and adjust the head length to…
  • Meet Loop, The Hanging iPad Case

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:15 am
    The day I brought home my iPad Air, it was like bringing home a new puppy or child. One that doesn’t cry, whine, and annoy you, of course. But I quickly found out, one chipped corner later, that it’s not enough to have the tablet itself. You have to have something that protects it without hindering functionality. This brings me to Loop, the first tablet case that you can hang anywhere, anytime, while protecting your iPad and giving you the angle adjustability you need.Use it on a car headrest, the airplane seat in front of you, and the kitchen counter (for recipes). Other uses…
  • QuarterWave Layered Bluetooth Speaker

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    The team at Smartwood Acoustics are back with a hot new Bluetooth speaker, layered in construction and conveniently designed for the best possible sound and aesthetic. What makes the QuarterWave so unique is that it’s a handcrafted Bluetooth speaker system which implements an acoustic transmission line enclosure designed to produce full-range quality sound.The QuarterWave is designed with the goal to provide music listeners with simple audio solution that looks and sounds brilliant.Clean lines, gorgeous grains and beautiful stains give each QuarterWave a unique and unmistakable classy…
  • Keep Your Grub Hot With Industrial Revolution Food Jugs

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 3:45 am
    Industrial Revolution’s Food Jugs come in three different sizes (prices from $28 to $33), and are perfect additions to your selection of camping gear. Featuring double-walled construction with high-quality stainless steel, each one has a silver-coated inner body for superior insulation and heat preservation. Eachfood jug has a push button for pressure release and the lid serves as a bowl. Also, and in our opinion this is a must nowadays, it’s BPA-free. (Why take chances, right?) You can order these from the company website in three different sizes: 500mL ($28), 750mL ($30), and…
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  • The Quintessen​tial Style For Sailors And Spectators Alike

    Male Standard
    29 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    As the yachting season is underway along the New England coast, stylish sailors and spectators alike are looking for the perfect footwear to take them from the deck to the street.   Introducing the Madsen yachting boot, a collaboration between sailing brand Atlantis Weather Gear and Maine shoemaker Rancourt & Co.  After years of looking for a boot that performed on a boat and looked stylish ashore, seasoned yachtsman, Chad Hudnut, sparked the collaboration between the two heritage brands. Crafted from mohave suede which gives it stain resistant qualities and a Zanza rubber sole…
  • KENTWOOL Debuts Vibrant New 19TH Hole Dress Sock Collection

    Male Standard
    26 Aug 2014 | 10:38 am
    KENTWOOL introduces its 19th Hole collection of fashion performance socks. Using its 171-year-old textile heritage as one of the world’s premier wool innovators, KENTWOOL crafted these socks from a proprietary blend of superfine Merino wool and high-tech fibers for a luxuriously soft feel that also keeps feet dry and odor-free all day long. A blend of wool that was originally developed for US Special Operations forces during the first Gulf War. Serious technology is balanced with playful patterns, including stripes, argyles, dots or designs inspired by the KENTWOOL crest.   KENTWOOL…
  • Play Cloths Releases ‘77 Mid Sneaker + Goldie Loafer

    Male Standard
    25 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    Play Cloths presents a new and effortless take on men’s luxury footwear. More than a year in the works and hand crafted in Northern Portugal, the ‘77 Mid Sneaker and Goldie Loafer follow a natural evolution for the brand as both shoes will be the first of ‘Play Cloths only’ footwear.   The silhouette of the ‘77 Mid Sneaker is the brand’s interpretation of a luxury basketball sneaker. The design includes a full grain Italian leather upper with an extended padded leather tongue as well as an embossed applique leather label. The Play Cloths signature star pattern is the main…
  • Dr. Teal’s Therapeutic Solutions Peppermint Foot Soak

    Male Standard
    22 Aug 2014 | 8:04 am
    It’s said that the average Joe should walk 10,000 steps per day to good health. That’s a lot of stress on those toes! If you suffer from aching feet, then chances are you would benefit from a good old fashioned foot soak. Long days, poor fitting shoes and in-soles, and plain old getting old can all factor into poor foot care that transpires into foot pain. Using a topical treatment is a simple way to relieve aches, cramps, and even foot odor, and is something all guys can do at home on the fly. When looking for a foot soak, the trick is to look for a quality Epsom Salt blend.
  • The Good Guide to Great Oral Hygiene: 5 Tips For an Award Winning Smile

    Male Standard
    21 Aug 2014 | 5:47 am
    When it comes to oral hygiene, there’s a few tricks and tips that can make a world of difference, but without consistency, you can kiss goodbye your chance of a gleaming smile. Much like mold or rust, bad teeth don’t happen over night. Days, weeks, months, and even years of neglectful oral hygiene means you’re at a much higher risk of bad breath or tooth decay. To counter these effects, creating a total system for cleaning every inch of your mouth is in order. No one ever said that grooming is glamourous, but it’s not exactly rocket science either. Below, Male…
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  • 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…
  • How to kiss

    Owen Marcus
    1 Aug 2014 | 7:22 am
    Who was ever taught how to kiss a woman? I wasn’t. Like all boys, I got coaching from other boys who, like me, talked as if were James Bond.. We acted as if we knew what girls wanted and how to give it to them. Over time, most of us realized that our education was lacking. Trying desperately to get to second or third base – let alone hit a home run – was not always satisfying for the women or us. We probably did not understand that focusing on performance created stress and limited our own pleasure. Al Pacino’s speech in The Scent of a Woman is most men’s best education into how to…
  • Free to Win Travels to Canada

    Owen Marcus
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:48 am
    In May, Chris Blair and I traveled to Calgary, AB, to present the documentary film, About Men.* The film is about our work and our men’s groups. This showing was the Canadian premiere of the film. I wrote here about the US premiere. After showing the film in Calgary, we answered questions for an hour. Most of the audience stayed to discover more about the Sandpoint Men’s Group and the work we do. These short videos are us answering some of the questions asked by the audience. With these Youtube videos and the film itself, you have a good sense of what we do in our groups and trainings. If…
  • It’s Not You, It’s Our Paradigm That’s Old

    Owen Marcus
    26 May 2014 | 12:05 pm
    This post I wrote first appeared About Me. Reconsidering Manhood Trying to be a 20-year-old doesn’t work at 60. Getting women to help us with our emotions – like we did when we were younger, starting with our mother – is no longer an option. And our friends? Well, they’re no better off than we are. The friends we had in school or the military are long gone. We have our work and golf buddies, but we rarely have men we confide in, or ask to watch our backs. We have as much brotherhood left in our lives as we have six-pack abs. One day you wake up to realize that your relationships have…
 
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  • The Elvis Microphone

    Jessica Rodriguez
    25 Aug 2014 | 10:46 pm
    The Elvis Microphone Want to croon like The King? The Elvis Microphone will make you feel like shaking your hips while you’re belting your favorite tune. The modern quality you need with the classic look you want, this mic is frequency response tailored for speech, vocals and instrumental music. Throw on your blue suede shoes and feel the vibes for $179.
  • Tom Cecil Hipflask

    Don't Kill The Messinger
    25 Aug 2014 | 10:57 am
      Is That a Flask in Your Pocket or… Every man needs a secret, and what’s a better secret then a shot of whiskey or bourbon hiding in your breast pocket. This Tom Cecil Hipflask is custom made with welded stainless steal, holding up to 50ml of your drink of choice. Hipflask’s unique design looks more like a piece of art then a flask,  and can be stamped with it’s original serial number or your initials, so no one can mistake it for their own. Get your little secret for £300 in stainless steal or £350 in brass, coming soon.
  • Inverno Vet Boot

    Wilson Davalos
    24 Aug 2014 | 10:51 pm
    A Marriage of Italian Design and Goodyear Traction Italian made shoes are famous worldwide, and it’s no different with the Inverno Vet boots from the house of Diemme. You’ll find that they are very soft, and constructed from the highest quality of suede. Fitted with a lightweight welted Vibram Goodyear sole, these boots show excellent craftsmanship. We really love the silhouette of this hiking boot, with the laces adding to the beauty. Diemme has a two decade history of fine craftsmanship with the Inverno Vet Boot talking full advantage of this.
  • J Shoes Boots

    Wilson Davalos
    24 Aug 2014 | 10:56 am
    J Shoes Boots We‘ve been rocking J Shoes for sometime now. So when we saw these J Shoes Boots, it was a done deal. It’s a modern, subtle take on a moc-toe, rubber wedge boot. It looks fantastic, with contrasting laces and leather. It’s a 11′ ankle, just perfect for denim or khakis. A bargain at $160. Jump on these J Shoes Boots NOW.
  • Ferrari 599 GTO

    Wilson Davalos
    23 Aug 2014 | 10:58 pm
    Ferrari 599 GTO Quiet simply, this is the Ferrari that your kids will be dreaming about. This gorgeously designed Ferrari 599 GTO is powered by a 6.0 liter V12, 660 HP engine. Rocketing you to 60 MPHs in just over 3 seconds. Ferrari is only making 599 of these super cars.  It’s highly unlikely that you will be able to sneak a ride at your local dealer. You know that we will be trying.
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    Real Men Real Style

  • Do Eyeglasses Actually Make Men Look Smarter? How Eye Glasses Affect Perceived Intelligence Likability & Success

    Antonio
    28 Aug 2014 | 2:36 am
    I get this question often: Do eyeglasses make men look smarter? Today, I will answer this question with the help of recent research that in my opinion lays out the answer definitively. So let’s not beat around the bush. YES – Eyeglasses make you look more intelligent.   However – there are other factors beyond intelligence such as: likability trustworthiness success attractiveness All are scientifically proven to be affected by eyewear. So read on or watch my quick video summary here: How Eye Glasses Affect Perceived Intelligence Likability & Success Video  …
  • How To Wear A Blazer Jacket With Jeans | Matching Blazers With Denim

    Antonio
    25 Aug 2014 | 2:03 pm
    The traditional blazer jacket paired with denim jeans. A great outfit – a modern classic that 40 years ago was pushing the envelope but today is a established way to wear your blazer jacket in a casual setting. Please note: Wearing a blazer and jeans is different from wearing a sports jacket and jeans. It’s important to understand that the two styles of jacket aren’t the same and should be paired with denim differently. Read the article below to learn how! Curious as to what jeans I’m wearing in this video?  Click Here to grab them on sale (and in the color called…
  • How To Buy A Vest | Ultimate Guide To The Waistcoat | Men’s Vests Waistcoats Video

    Antonio
    15 Aug 2014 | 9:04 am
    Men’s Vests? Men’s Waistcoats? Single or double breasted vests? 3 buttons, 5 buttons, 12 buttons? Notch, peak, or shawl lapels on a vest? OK – a lot of questions here…….. Not to worry! I have all the answers and then some in this article on waistcoats and vests   Below you’ll find the internet’s most informative infographic and video on men’s vests. Click here to watch my vest video on YouTube   What do you think? How do you wear a vest? Let me know in the comments below!
  • CLOSED – Business With Style – How To Create Your Dream Company – 5 Month Coaching Course

    Antonio
    8 Aug 2014 | 11:43 am
    About once a week I get this request. Antonio – can you show me how to do what you’ve done? Some hard charger sees what I’m doing – running 4 business and loving what I do while making a healthy living – and want’s to learn from me. I’m always flattered, but the last 2 years I’ve had to turn down these requests as I have too much going on. Well – I’ve decided this year I’m going to offer a business class for a select group of people. Hard chargers who are serious about taking their business idea and making it a reality. Based…
  • Online First Impressions | Tips To Creating A Strong Digital Image | Internet Reputation Management

    Antonio
    6 Aug 2014 | 12:02 pm
    Most of us know that first impressions are a big deal. It’s what makes important introductions so stressful — at the back of our minds, we have that terrifying awareness that a poppy seed stuck in the teeth could be costing us the opportunity of a lifetime. But how many of you have stopped to think about your digital first impression? Don’t kid yourselves: in this day and age, the first thing anyone’s going to do when you catch their interest is run a Google search on you. Potential employers, fans who’ve seen your work, creepy crushes and stalker exes —…
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    Life For Rent

  • 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
  • R.I.P. Actor Paul Walker, Dead at 40

    Shoaib
    1 Dec 2013 | 12:20 am
    The on-screen character was a traveler in a Porsche which lost control and hit either a light post or tree before blasting into blazes Actor Paul Walker, best known for his part in the Hollywood film establishment Fast and Furious, has been slaughtered in an auto collision.The crush occurred in Santa Clarita, only north of Los Angeles while he was en route to a philanthropy occasion. Walker was a traveler in a Porsche that lost control and hit either a light post or tree before blasting into flares.  The driver of the vehicle was additionally slaughtered. News of the deadly accident…
 
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  • 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!
  • Amazing Field Supply Cigar Deals

    Carl
    11 Aug 2014 | 7:24 am
     Hey All, just got a note from Patrick over at Field Supply letting us know that they have great deals every day on cigar packs and samplers.  I checked it out myself and already see a few things that I can’t wait to order.  Anyway, head on over and check out what they have to offer…the prices are great!
  • StogieBoys.com ACB Special Offer

    Carl
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:29 pm
    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!
  • Cigar.com Introductory Sampler (5 Cigars) $5

    Carl
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:29 am
    Just got a heads up from Hosey that Cigar.com has their Cigar.com Introductory Sampler available for only $5! Sampler Contains: Ramón Bueso Genesis XIKAR HC Series Maduro Cigar.com American Label Sosa Gurkha Class Regent
  • Cigar Place Introductory Sampler (5 Cigars) $14.95

    Carl
    29 May 2014 | 7:39 am
    Just got an email from Richard letting us know that CigarPlace.biz has their Cigar Place Introductory Sampler available for $14.95.  Looks like a good deal, check it out! Combo Includes: Gurkha Status Maduro Torpedo – 6 1/2 x 52 Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 Torpedo – 6 1/4 x 52 Chateau Real Gran Templar – 6 x 52 Gran Habano Vintage 2002 Robusto – 5 x 50 Oliva Serie G Toro – 6 x 50
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  • X1 Schiller Bike: Engineered For The Water

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:45 am
    The X1 Schiller Bike is for you cycling enthusiasts who just can’t seem to leave your love for two wheels on the shore. Engineered for the water, this unique watercraft delivers the thrill of cycling on the open water. It is the world’s most innovative water bike ever created.Featuring a proprietary multi-speed drive train, twin-propeller design and rugged, dual chamber pontoons, the X1 is designed to deliver a fast, exhilarating, and safe ride. Clean, sustainable and human-powered, it’s easy to assemble, transport and store in compact spaces, and it’s designed,…
  • TAKUMI: The First Length-Adjustable Pen!

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:30 am
    When it comes to writing utensils, size definitely matters! But why should the pens that you buy lack in such diversity that your hand and wrist have to be a certain size to use effectively? No longer! TAKUMI is the first length-adjustable pen.This key feature means TAKUMI can fit every hand that picks it up. It also adjusts for writing position and usage – from note-taking to manuscripts; technical drawing to sketching and shading; and all other uses you can think of. The mechanical design of the pen is modular, allowing you to interchange parts and adjust the head length to…
  • Meet Loop, The Hanging iPad Case

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:15 am
    The day I brought home my iPad Air, it was like bringing home a new puppy or child. One that doesn’t cry, whine, and annoy you, of course. But I quickly found out, one chipped corner later, that it’s not enough to have the tablet itself. You have to have something that protects it without hindering functionality. This brings me to Loop, the first tablet case that you can hang anywhere, anytime, while protecting your iPad and giving you the angle adjustability you need.Use it on a car headrest, the airplane seat in front of you, and the kitchen counter (for recipes). Other uses…
  • QuarterWave Layered Bluetooth Speaker

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    The team at Smartwood Acoustics are back with a hot new Bluetooth speaker, layered in construction and conveniently designed for the best possible sound and aesthetic. What makes the QuarterWave so unique is that it’s a handcrafted Bluetooth speaker system which implements an acoustic transmission line enclosure designed to produce full-range quality sound.The QuarterWave is designed with the goal to provide music listeners with simple audio solution that looks and sounds brilliant.Clean lines, gorgeous grains and beautiful stains give each QuarterWave a unique and unmistakable classy…
  • Keep Your Grub Hot With Industrial Revolution Food Jugs

    Aric Mitchell
    30 Aug 2014 | 3:45 am
    Industrial Revolution’s Food Jugs come in three different sizes (prices from $28 to $33), and are perfect additions to your selection of camping gear. Featuring double-walled construction with high-quality stainless steel, each one has a silver-coated inner body for superior insulation and heat preservation. Eachfood jug has a push button for pressure release and the lid serves as a bowl. Also, and in our opinion this is a must nowadays, it’s BPA-free. (Why take chances, right?) You can order these from the company website in three different sizes: 500mL ($28), 750mL ($30), and…
 
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  • adidas Predator Instinct 2014 Football Boot Review

    Brendan
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:08 am
    The adidias Predator football boot is probably THE boot of the last 20 years. Yes, 20 years! Originally launched in 1994, the original predator was made famous by no other than David Beckam and was the must have boot for all of us when we were at school. To mark the 20th anniversary, the latest incarnation has been developed and released, hoping to push technology and boundaries like its predaccessor all those years ago. The adidas Predator Instinct is all new for 2014, so we laced them on and put them to the test. Pulling the new Predator Instincts out of the box, you will be hard pressed to…
  • Lucy Film Review

    David Saunders
    29 Aug 2014 | 12:14 am
    Scarlett Johansson is one of the few guaranteed female pulls left in Hollywood and if her recent roles are anything to go by – she’s not happy playing it boring old human-being any more. Whether she’s an AI (Her), a superhero (Captain America 2) or turns her hand to an iconic alien scouting the streets of Glasgow (Under The Skin), Johansson has provided more note perfect performances this year than most. Add notable director Luc Besson to the mix and new film Lucy pitches itself. Lucy is a reluctant Taiwanese drug mule who finds herself thrown into a higher state of Luc Besson’s…
  • Game Golf Tracking System

    Mik
    27 Aug 2014 | 8:01 am
    Here at Average Joes we are all big golf fans though would probably be classed as keen rather than pro. That doesn’t stop us from loving the idea of statistics and the ability to track our rounds with ease – it is 2014 after all. The one continuous issue with modern day golf apps is whilst they have good statistics (Golf Shot for example), you have to enter all details manually and that just becomes a general pain in the backside. One company has created a potentially very clever solution, Game Golf tracking system. The Game Golf system comprises of two key elements –…
  • Samsung ecobubble Washing Machine

    David Saunders
    26 Aug 2014 | 9:04 am
    Hey, Joes. Raise your hand if you like washing… Nobody? Thought not. It’s time-consuming and takes some forward thinking that most of us lack from time to time. Quite honestly we’d rather be at the pub and we’re fairly confident you would too. Thanks to Samsung, however, it looks like we can all meet at the local and still get our shirts done for work in the morning with their new ecobubble WW9000 Washing Machine. It’s been called the “washing machine of the future” and at first glance it’s fairly obvious why. We can’t be sure, but we reckon it’s been modelled on NASA…
  • Tentsile Stingray Tent

    Joe
    26 Aug 2014 | 3:38 am
    We all know that hammocks are one of the most comfortable forms of napping. But the thought of waking up during the night with bug bites galore is far from ideal. On the other hand, tents do a super job for protection from rain and elements, but aren’t the most comfortable, unless you want to lug beds etc. around.So the idea behind the Tentsile tree tent gets us a little excited, a hybrid between the two with their rather cool tree tents. The latest version of their tree-tent, the stingray, is a 3-person portable tent / portable treehouse. All you need is three relatively sturdy trees…
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    HiConsumption

  • 20 Of The World’s Most Amazing Mosques

    Robert James
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:43 am
    What’s the difference between a church and a mosque? A church is dedicated to the worship of Christianity, and a mosque to the worship of Islam, which is the Muslim religion and as it says on the packet, not just … Continue reading →
  • Kreweser Electric Trike With Cooler

    Sam Jordan
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:41 am
    Show up late to the party; show up in a speedo and clown wig; show up late and with the speedo and clown wig; but whatever you do, do not show up without cold drinks. The Kreweser guarantees you’ll be the … Continue reading →
  • Woouf Beanbag Collection

    Sam Jordan
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:22 am
    The popularity of beanbag chairs may have peaked a couple of decades ago, but maybe that’s because no one got artistic with the designs—big poofy circles wasn’t exactly the height of creativity. But now we’ve spotted some entertaining creations from … Continue reading →
  • 1954 Orvis Airstream Flying Cloud Travel Trailer

    Sam Jordan
    29 Aug 2014 | 9:10 am
    The average person might scoff at the thought of going cross-country in a trailer that was built in 1954, but that all changes when you see this immaculately restored Airstream Flying Cloud. The crew at Timeless Travel Trailers has worked … Continue reading →
  • DemerBox Rugged Wireless Boombox

    Sam Jordan
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:48 am
    What’s the one thing that’s always been missing from whitewater kayaking? Correct, a soundtrack. Now there’s a boom box that’s ready, willing, and able to tag along on whatever crazy outdoor adventure you find yourself on. It’s called the DemerBox, … Continue reading →
 
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  • You Won’t Believe How Floyd Mayweather Responds To 50 Cent’s Reading Challenge [Photo]

    Unplugged Staff
    23 Aug 2014 | 7:06 am
    50 Cent recently used the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to fuel his never-ending assault on ex-friend and foe Floyd Mayweather. Instead of challenging Mayweather to pour ice cold water on his head, 50 Cent pledged to donate $750,000 to Mayweather’s charity of choice if he could read one page of a Harry Potter book without stopping.VIDEO: 50 Cent Reading Challenge 50 Cent captioned the video by saying, “Floyd will you except my ALS/ESL CHALLENGE: I will donate $750k to a charity of your choice, If you can read a full page out of a Harry Potter book out loud without starting and stopping…
  • Autodromo Stradale Automatic Watches

    Unplugged Staff
    18 Aug 2014 | 8:25 am
    Whether you’re accessorizing with your sneakers or business suit, it’s essential that you have a timepiece that makes a statement like the Autodromo Stradale. The Autodromo Stradale features a fascinating multi-layered dial and draws inspiration from dashboard instruments of Italian sports cars like the berlinettas. Stradale, meaning “road going” in Italian, is an ode to a time when the gentleman driver blurred the distinction between a road car and a race car.Powered by a Miyota 9015 automatic 24 jewel 24 jewel Japan-Made mechanical movement, the water resistant Autodromo…
  • His Netflix is F*cked Up

    Unplugged Staff
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:17 pm
    College Humor released what most find to be a hilarious video showing a girl doing what she does best, snooping. Most women believe you never truly know a guy until you rummage through his things. When women snoop through a man’s stuff we are bound to find something that will make us unhappy. Sadly, we do it anyway. After all, you never really know until you know, right? College Humor’s new video showing a girl poking through her dates Netflix proves just that, sort of.VIDEO: His Netflix is F*cked Up You never really know a man until you have scrolled through his Netflix account.
  • Premier League Team-Branded Mini Coopers Countrymans Hit The Streets Of New York

    Unplugged Staff
    13 Aug 2014 | 10:14 am
    Soccer and Mini Cooper in the same sentence seems like something reserved for soccer moms, right? If you are a soccer fan in New York City or just want to be part of something cool, NBC Sports Group and Uber have teamed up to offer free rides in one of their custom-skinned Mini Cooper Countrymans to celebrate the 2014-15 BPL season kick off. If you are in New York and love soccer, make sure to take advantage of this cool opportunity. The custom-skinned Mini Cooper Countrymans are available to New Yorkers for complimentary rides from August 14 – August 17.OFFICIAL RELEASENEW YORK, NY; AUGUST…
  • Hot Crazy Matrix: Everything A Young Man Needs To Know About Dealing With Women

    Unplugged Staff
    5 Aug 2014 | 10:19 am
    Understanding what a woman is looking for in a man can be challenging, but trying to figure out what you want in a woman can be just as mind-blogging. As a young man you are clueless on how to deal with women. The crazy matrix of possibilities can be endless. As you get older it’s easier to categorize women. There are some exceptions, but as you become wiser you realize most if not all women fall into a few categories.READ: 5 Signs She’s NOT A KeeperAccording to the “Hot Crazy Matrix” created by some average Joe who claims to have 46 years of experience, women fall in one…
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  • Your End-Of-Summer Checklist: 21 Things To Do Before It’s Too Late

    Sammy Nickalls
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    Today’s Labor Day, the day that everyone associates with the end of summer. But just because you (apparently) can’t wear white anymore doesn’t mean autumn is here! We still have a full three weeks to live up this beautiful weather before summer ends officially. If you’re fretting because you didn’t get to live up your summer, don’t worry. You have until September 22 (at 10:29 P.M., to be exact) to fit in all of those healthy, happy summer activities before autumn officially begins. Make sure to do one of these 21 things every day so you can really live it up before summer ends!
  • 5 Steps To Being Super Productive Every Day

    Anne Gardy
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    When I started at my job, I worked for more than six months before I made a single dime. And it was entirely my fault. Like a lot of people, I was extremely busy, but not always extremely productive. In any area of your life, there are some essential steps you must take if you want to get things done—and get them done quickly. Here are the five steps to being super productive, every single day. How You Can Get Everything Done In Record Time 1. Identify your high-payoff activities When I stopped and looked at how I was spending my time, it seemed like I was spending it wisely. But there was…
  • How Breast Cancer Completely Changed My Life…For The Better

    Janee Pennington
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Some women collect pillows. Others, charms, antiques, or shoes. I, however, collect lingerie. Or at least, I used to. I loved feeling pretty underneath my clothes and I appreciated the beautiful detailing of an intricate design. When my husband and I traveled, I would seek out the best shops and walk miles to see the finest wares, which, in my mind were pieces of fine art. So you can imagine my overwhelming disappointment when my doctor informed me I had breast cancer. The Year That Everything Changed I thought I would be able to get away with a lumpectomy, but nine months later, the…
  • 8 Things I Learned That Totally Changed The Way I Eat Food

    Rachel Kahn
    27 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    I love food. And when I say “love,” I mean the earth-shattering, chow-down kind of love. Because of my excessive adoration, I treat the object of my affection with honor and integrity. Anything else would be less than what real food so lustily deserves. I truly love to eat food, the right way. So why do I tell you this? Because throughout our lengthy courtship, I have learned a lot about what is truly food, and whom is the imposter attempting to take me on a date. Reinventing your relationship with food? Here are a few lessons that I have learned along the way. Things I Learned That…
  • 10 Fitness Exercises You Can Do With This Surprising Household Item

    Augusta DeJuan Hathaway
    26 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Have you ever considered a towel being used for more than wiping away unwanted sweat? How about a towel being used to make you sweat? The gym towel that you use can also have you working up a sweat to help you trim away those unwanted pounds and shape the body you desire. Here are 10 extreme fitness exercises that you can use with a towel that are guaranteed to make you stronger. After performing these exercises, you may want to pack two towels! Intense Towel Exercises That Will Tone Your Body 1. Towel Push (Muscles worked: Total Body) Begin on all fours. Keeping your arms fully extended,…
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  • Light Switches and Dimmers by Buster & Punch

    June
    1 Sep 2014 | 6:57 am
    Light Switches and Dimmers by Buster & PunchSurely, the instinctual reaction that comes with seeing an article about light switches and dimmers is “Who cares?” – but, seriously, look at them, they’re pretty impressive. Not everyone’s taste and lifestyle will be reflected in $50 worth of light switches, but for those of you who consider details like these important, checking out the Electricity range from Buster + Punch is a must. These pieces come in a variety of color and metal combinations. They’re available in steel, brass, smoked bronze, black and…
  • AnyMote Home Is Set To Make Other Remotes Obsolete

    June
    1 Sep 2014 | 3:39 am
    AnyMote Home Is Set To Make Other Remotes ObsoleteWith the increase in the number of high-tech items in our homes comes the frustration of having to control all of them, by constantly adjusting volume, temperature, switching channels and so on. While some of you may think this is mainly a first world problem (and it most certainly is), the fact that in the last year the concept of a unique, phone-integrated remote control has become increasingly popular, proves that there is a gap in the market and that people really enjoy simplifying daily life however they can. Over a year ago, Color Tiger,…
  • Friday Inspiration #74

    Bogdan
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    Friday Inspiration #74 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. If you want to share your awesome photos, you can reach us here. HisPotion
  • Tintag – The First Rechargeable Tracking Device

    June
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:52 am
    Tintag – The First Rechargeable Tracking DeviceThe market of lost item trackers is continuously expanding, but there’s always room for one more of these useful little devices that will help you find anything from your phone and car keys to your adventurous pet or whatever you feel is valuable to you. The development of Tintag is actually good news for the European market, given that most trackers of its kind have mainly been produced in the US and with international shipping fees being on the higher side, most middle-class potential customers in Europe have been deprived of the…
  • 23 Amazing Waterfalls From Around the World

    Bogdan
    27 Aug 2014 | 8:51 am
    23 Amazing Waterfalls From Around the WorldWaterfalls are probably nature’s most beautiful creations and you can’t deny they all have something magical! They come in many different shapes and sizes but they’re all unique in their own way – it doesn’t have to be the biggest to be the most impressive, you will find beauty even in the smallest ones. We’re celebrating nature’s miracles with 23 amazing waterfalls from around the world. HisPotion
 
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  • Your End-Of-Summer Checklist: 21 Things To Do Before It’s Too Late

    Sammy Nickalls
    1 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    Today’s Labor Day, the day that everyone associates with the end of summer. But just because you (apparently) can’t wear white anymore doesn’t mean autumn is here! We still have a full three weeks to live up this beautiful weather before summer ends officially. If you’re fretting because you didn’t get to live up your summer, don’t worry. You have until September 22 (at 10:29 P.M., to be exact) to fit in all of those healthy, happy summer activities before autumn officially begins. Make sure to do one of these 21 things every day so you can really live it up before summer ends!
  • 5 Steps To Being Super Productive Every Day

    Anne Gardy
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    When I started at my job, I worked for more than six months before I made a single dime. And it was entirely my fault. Like a lot of people, I was extremely busy, but not always extremely productive. In any area of your life, there are some essential steps you must take if you want to get things done—and get them done quickly. Here are the five steps to being super productive, every single day. How You Can Get Everything Done In Record Time 1. Identify your high-payoff activities When I stopped and looked at how I was spending my time, it seemed like I was spending it wisely. But there was…
  • How Breast Cancer Completely Changed My Life…For The Better

    Janee Pennington
    28 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Some women collect pillows. Others, charms, antiques, or shoes. I, however, collect lingerie. Or at least, I used to. I loved feeling pretty underneath my clothes and I appreciated the beautiful detailing of an intricate design. When my husband and I traveled, I would seek out the best shops and walk miles to see the finest wares, which, in my mind were pieces of fine art. So you can imagine my overwhelming disappointment when my doctor informed me I had breast cancer. The Year That Everything Changed I thought I would be able to get away with a lumpectomy, but nine months later, the…
  • 8 Things I Learned That Totally Changed The Way I Eat Food

    Rachel Kahn
    27 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    I love food. And when I say “love,” I mean the earth-shattering, chow-down kind of love. Because of my excessive adoration, I treat the object of my affection with honor and integrity. Anything else would be less than what real food so lustily deserves. I truly love to eat food, the right way. So why do I tell you this? Because throughout our lengthy courtship, I have learned a lot about what is truly food, and whom is the imposter attempting to take me on a date. Reinventing your relationship with food? Here are a few lessons that I have learned along the way. Things I Learned That…
  • 10 Fitness Exercises You Can Do With This Surprising Household Item

    Augusta DeJuan Hathaway
    26 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Have you ever considered a towel being used for more than wiping away unwanted sweat? How about a towel being used to make you sweat? The gym towel that you use can also have you working up a sweat to help you trim away those unwanted pounds and shape the body you desire. Here are 10 extreme fitness exercises that you can use with a towel that are guaranteed to make you stronger. After performing these exercises, you may want to pack two towels! Intense Towel Exercises That Will Tone Your Body 1. Towel Push (Muscles worked: Total Body) Begin on all fours. Keeping your arms fully extended,…
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  • 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…
  • 16 Menswear Style Rules Broken by the Experts

    Jacob Sigala
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Traditionally, menswear has been limited to a generic suit and tie, but there’s much more to men’s style than meets the eye.  The GentleManual set out to see if there were any established menswear style rules that style experts would recommend breaking or proudly sporting with panache. We asked some of the leading menswear style gurus what their rules to break are and what personal style means to them. 1. Rule to Break: Don’t Mix Different Patterns “When it comes to breaking the fashion rules men tend to play it safe never risking pushing the boat too far for…
  • The Gentleman’s Guide to Men’s Summer Suits

    Rachel-Jean Firchau
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:33 am
    The summer months are here and with them come an undoubted vibe of ease and relaxation. Though this laid back season may translate to a lenience in terms of dress code, there is no excuse for sloppy attire. So, how does the modern day gentleman dress sharply for the office, a meeting, or an event during the hot summer season? Every workplace will have different dress code policies, especially when it comes to summer, but in general, you should always follow the same rule: no matter the weather, it is always important to look professional, appropriate and, if you please, stylish. (Side note:…
  • Four 4th of July Looks to Celebrate USA’s Special Day

    Zoe Archer
    27 Jun 2014 | 9:40 am
    This 4th of July, ditch the Uncle Sam hat and show off your patriotic side in an Americana inspired outfit from The GentleManual’s style guide. From patriotic ties to the perfect red boat shoes, our guide features great unique pieces that you can mix and match all year long. This year, choose a look with the perfect amount of red, white, and blue to show your pride and catch everyone’s eye.   1. Straw Hat: ASOS 2. American Flag Bow Tie : Ties.com 3. Suede Chukka Boots: 1901 4. Pink Cuff Shirt: Topman 5. Web Belt: J. Crew 6. Cotton/Linen Pants: Zara   1. Watch:…
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  • 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…
  • How Hypocrites Become Our Heroes

    Andy Fogarty
    26 Apr 2014 | 6:48 am
    I’m a hypocrite. And just in case I wasn’t fully aware of it, friends are emailing to inform me of my hypocrisy. With friends like that who needs enemies, right? That’s how I felt reading the email…over and over and over again. As I sat there growing more pissed off I realized every word in the email was TRUE! You see, I’d been blinding myself to the real reality of a few areas in my life. Areas that were (some still are) causing cracks in my integrity — limiting how people see and trust me. Even more, I started to see the hypocrisy of my own heroes! And…
  • How to get your favorite expert to help you

    Andy Fogarty
    10 Feb 2014 | 8:38 pm
    Successful people have an unfair advantage over you. It’s the same advantage they’ve used to get where they are today. Rocketing past others who, in many cases, were more talented. If you were to ask men like Michael Jordan, Lewis Howes, Richard Branson, Tony Hawk, and even the President the top few reasons they’ve achieved such high levels of success they would all tell you the same thing. And although hard work is the obvious answer, it’s not the answer we’re talking about today. Anyone can work hard, but not just anyone is chosen to share in the unfair…
 
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  • CardSharp 2 Credit Card Knife

    Jon
    31 Aug 2014 | 6:23 am
    Check out the superlight and supersharp utility knife, size of a credit card. Features include stiff, polypropylene body (living hinges guaranteed for life) and unique safety lock (cannot open in pocket or drawer and child proof). Just three ingenious folding operations metamorphosise the card into an elegant pocket utility tool. Slimmer and lighter than an ordinary knife. The extra long stainless steel surgical blade ensures longer lasting rust free sharpness. The superlight polypropylene body includes a built-in protective sheath that helps prevent injury or blunting. CardSharp2® is an…
  • Anchorman Talking Ron Burgundy Figure

    Jon
    23 Sep 2013 | 9:14 am
    Ron Burgundy, the legendary San Diego newscaster and part of the KVWN Channel 4 News Team, wants to share insight from his epic career with this new 13″action figure! With its embedded sound chip, this figure will tell you that ‘It’s kind of a big deal”and other words of wisdom as only Ron Burgundy can! The post Anchorman Talking Ron Burgundy Figure appeared first on Guytems.com.
  • Porkfolio

    Jon
    22 Sep 2013 | 6:57 am
    This piggy bank is pretty awesome. This piggy bank is linked to an app that will keep track of every penny put into the piggy bank and report it to you in the app much like your regular online banking account. Key Features: Sets goals Set alerts toward goals Instant up dates Online bank environment The post Porkfolio appeared first on Guytems.com.
  • Spy Camera Button

    Jon
    21 Sep 2013 | 6:53 am
    Want to keep an audio/video record of those important private meetings for later review? Here is the answer. This Spy Button Camcorder 4GB will allow you to record interviews, business meetings, school lectures and on scene discussions without intimidating anyone. New Spy Mini Button Camcorder with 4GB Memory ! Ultra small Spy gadget that you would love! ( Only 6.9cm in length!) Spy Mini Button Camcorder 4GB built in at 640 x 480 , 30 frames per second and audio is stereo. Moreover, you can take pictures with it as well! The post Spy Camera Button appeared first on Guytems.com.
  • Freebie Friday – Hangover Salvation Sample

    Jon
    20 Sep 2013 | 7:50 am
    Get a free sample of Hangover Salvation. Click the Buy This link below and go like them on Facebook, then click the free sample tab to order your sample. The post Freebie Friday – Hangover Salvation Sample appeared first on Guytems.com.
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  • Little Cape Town Bachelor Pad that Could

    Eric J. Leech
    30 Aug 2014 | 3:37 pm
    Photo Credit: Adam Letch/The Pinnacle List From the view on the street, this quaint little bachelor pad looks like a modest one-story with the possibility of at least a decent ocean front view. Most buyers might continue past, thinking that there must be something better down the way. You see, Cape Town has a lot of nice homes to choose from, but we doubt that even an eighth have the class and charisma of the St. Leon Residence. For those with adventurous spirits, they might imagine that on the other side of its humble security gates, masks a beast of luxurious proportions. A masterpiece of…
  • Tailor Vintage Reversible Shorts Make Weekend Getaways Easy

    Eric J. Leech
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:45 am
    Some men expend vast amounts of time and effort to own some of the world’s finest brands of clothing. We at Urbasm prefer to expend a little more effort to discover some of the finest clothing that may not be known to every man. Tailor Vintage is a modest brand with a big promise. They take some of America’s classic fabrics, mix them, match them, and then gently distress them until they fit a gentleman’s personality. To finish the job, they package every item with the same time and attention that used to go into the detail of a modern Jaguar F-Type. I’m talking about…
  • Kero – Get Control Over Your Tech

    Eric J. Leech
    29 Aug 2014 | 7:46 am
    I’m the kind of guy that is so focused on adding the next tech toy to my collection, that I rarely consider the problem of introducing yet another set of cables into my already over-cabled life. I’ve got so many cables floating around in drawers and closets, I am fairly certain that some of them are beginning to form groups, date, and birth new cables, which explains why I have no idea where half of them belong. This month I was introduced to a new product, Kero, and after putting them to the test with a combination of Apple and micro-usb devices—I think I can dump over half of…
  • Women We Love – Julianne Hough

    Doc Hollandaise
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:47 am
    There are some girl next door types that guys just never see coming. And then there are the ones that no guy could ever miss. She sings, she acts, and she dances, and she holds a very special place in our hearts that no other woman could ever claim. Julianne Hough–we think we love you.   Women We Love – Julianne Hough is a post from: Urbasm
  • Morning Link Dump – Belated Edition

    Max Green
    28 Aug 2014 | 12:00 am
    How did it get so late so soon? Its night before its afternoon. December is here before its June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon? -Dr. Seus Yeah, the morning may have come and gone, but these links are fresher than a whistling swan. – Max These ‘cups’ are more than just half full. Austin Beerworks comes up with a 99-Pack of beer. Fuckthepopulation shares its Fall/Winter look book. Jujitsu champ, Kron Gracie, tells his secret to getting a hard body. Mercedes-Benz CLS550 puts style back into luxury. Megan Fox can’t pitch for sh*t.
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  • Ferrari F80 Supercar Concept Blows Us Away (HQ)

    The Russian
    26 Aug 2014 | 2:28 pm
    When it comes to having the sexiest supercar designs, Ferrari trumps all others… and the new Ferrari F80 Supercar Concept is no exception! Powered by a hybrid twin turbo V8 engine similar to that found in the new McLaren P1, the F80 produces an astonishing 1200 horsepower. (900 through the engine and 300 through the [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Ferrari F80 Supercar Concept Blows Us Away (HQ)
  • The Best and Worst of Tinder (28 Pics)

    The Russian
    19 Aug 2014 | 2:06 pm
    When it comes to finding a mate, Tinder can be a very interesting place… From the creepy one liners, to the all out awesome bios, Tinder never disappoints when it comes to entertainment. We know that the Tinder experience for guys and girls is completely opposite. Guys might have some luck if they’re an underwear [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: The Best and Worst of Tinder (28 Pics)
  • The Planets From Our Solar System, Aligned (HQ)

    The Russian
    19 Aug 2014 | 10:50 am
    Ever wonder what the planets would look like if they were aligned? Well, me neither, but this turned out pretty fricken cool! And in case you missed it the first time around, here is the most terrifying photo in space history. Below you will find the links to download the full HQ wallpaper versions. Enjoy. [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: The Planets From Our Solar System, Aligned (HQ)
  • Time For Bursting Out Tuesday (15 Pics)

    The Russian
    19 Aug 2014 | 10:27 am
    Tuesday, the bustiest day of the week. Here are some tatas to get you through the day. These chicks give bursting out a whole new meaning See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Time For Bursting Out Tuesday (15 Pics)
  • Kevin Hart and Dave Franco Team Up For Madden Season

    The Russian
    15 Aug 2014 | 11:40 am
    When it comes to being funny, Kevin Hart is the king. I enjoy watching this guy in any situation and this Madden Season music video is proof. Check out Kevin Hart and Dave Franco in this hilarious Madden Season video See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Kevin Hart and Dave Franco Team Up For Madden Season
 
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  • ‘Guardians’ tops Labor Day, summer box office

    MadeManSociety
    1 Sep 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Made Man Society LOS ANGELES (AP) — The intergalactic misfits of "Guardians of the Galaxy" are the summer's box-office superheroes. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article ‘Guardians’ tops Labor Day, summer box office appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: ‘Guardians’ tops Labor Day, summer box office ‘Guardians’ retakes box office, tops summer films ‘Guardians’ retakes box office, tops summer films
  • Why I Write – Telling Men’s Stories, Even Though I’m a Woman

    MadeManSociety
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:30 am
    Made Man Society Being a sexually driven woman, who advocates for men who are feeling lost, stuck, or alone in their relationships, requires a courageous vulnerability. The post Why I Write – Telling Men’s Stories, Even Though I’m a Woman appeared first on The Good Men Project. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Why I Write – Telling Men’s Stories, Even Though I’m a Woman appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Why I Won’t Write a Letter to My Younger Self Why I Write – Because I See A Need Why I Write – We Want to Publish…
  • These 5 Crops Are Still Hand-Harvested, And It’s Hard Work

    MadeManSociety
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:25 am
    Made Man Society Saffron, vanilla, palm oil, cacao and cottonseed oil are still picked by hand in some parts of the world. Sometimes that manual labor shows up in the price of the food; sometimes it doesn't. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article These 5 Crops Are Still Hand-Harvested, And It’s Hard Work appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: These Ivory Coast Cacao Farmers Had Never Tasted Chocolate Saffron Drift Light Real Vanilla Isn’t Plain. It Depends On (Dare We Say It) Terroir
  • Gronk promises he will play Sunday

    MadeManSociety
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:21 am
    Made Man Society FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Star tight end Rob Gronkowski stood in front of his Gillette Stadium locker Monday and announced he will be playing in the New England Patriots' opener at Miami this Sunday. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Gronk promises he will play Sunday appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Gronk cleared to play at Patriots training camp Gronk cleared to play at Patriots training camp Stivers Cartoons: Campaign Promises
  • Houston Astros fire manager Bo Porter

    MadeManSociety
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:21 am
    Made Man Society HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Astros fired manager Bo Porter on Monday, saying the dismissal had less to do with the team's 59-79 record than the need for "new direction" and a "united message throughout the entire organization." Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Houston Astros fire manager Bo Porter appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: WATCH: A Desperate Act And An Amazing Rescue In Houston Fire Funky Buddha Maple Bacon Coffee Porter Construction Worker Rescued From Massive Apartment Fire In Houston (VIDEO)
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  • Douglas Smythe’s Epic Ice Bucket Challenge!

    Douglas Smythe
    29 Aug 2014 | 10:26 am
    24 hrs after being challenged by his arch enemy TSE, Christopher David Bailey, Douglas drops everything to take on ALS! Ice, it’s cold and water is like Bruce Lee….can you imagine the two combined?!?!?! Sit back and watch as Doug does battle against all things cold in an effort to end ALS forever! Join him in his battle and donate today also http://www.alsa.org/fight-als/ice-bucket-challenge.html Thanks for watching and shave on! Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Email • Add to favorites • Reddit…
  • How To Realistically Use Moustache Wax For A Natural Look

    Douglas Smythe
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:30 am
    Join Douglas Smythe as he demystifies the handlebar moustache! Most gents over kill their cookie duster with moustache wax…it need not be that way. The trick is to wear a handlebar that looks natural not shiny and insectoid. Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Email • Add to favorites • Reddit • Google Plus
  • 7 Reasons to Visit Cambodia

    Douglas Smythe
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:07 am
    Tucked away between Vietnam to the East and Thailand to the west, is Cambodia – aka “the Kingdom of Wonder” – an over-looked destination for those trotting around Southeast Asia. So why should you deviate from the usual trek and visit the Kingdom? After 15 months of living here, the perks are obvious. 1.      Food is cheap. A decent lunch will cost you about $2.50 to $3.50. Or add 75 cents if you want a fresh coconut to go with it. The street food isn’t as spicy or as creative as in the neighboring countries, but it is edible. A standard breakfast is rice, fried pork and…
  • How To make A Handyman Of Your Son

    Douglas Smythe
    31 Jul 2014 | 10:44 am
    Even though women are perfectly capable of completing handy tasks around the home, more often than not, the men wear the coveted tool belt as a badge of honor and pride. The construction industry is one that is dominated by men so it’s no surprise when the little man in your life wants to learn to be a handyman of sorts. Maybe not a particular handyman yourself, teaching this trade could be difficult…no worries, HTGAM has got you covered. Here are few suggestions on how to make a handyman out of that boy yet!  Help Around The HouseAll homes experience natural “wear and…
  • Why Shaving Made Us Men

    Douglas Smythe
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:31 am
    What does it mean to be a man? Is it simply our gender that differentiates us from the fairer sex? Often times, when people think of a “man”, they think of a courageous or valiant man in battle, business or family life. In the past, being a man meant you were a hunter, provider, and defender of your kin and land. It also meant you possessed skills to accomplish whatever was set in front of you. However, as our modern world continues to make life easier, the attributes of a man have evolved and changed. At the beginning of the 20th century, men were part of a similar evolution in…
 
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  • 3 Things Your Dog Should Not Be Doing

    SciShow
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:42 am
    Dogs do a lot of weird things, and sometimes they’re funny enough to post on Tumblr. But before you do, make sure li’l Scamp isn’t doing any of these three things — because they spell trouble. Hosted by: Hank Green ———- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/artist/52/SciShow Or help support us by subscribing to our page on Subbable: https://subbable.com/scishow ———- Looking for SciShow…
  • Huge Comet Will Barely Miss Mars!

    DNews
    1 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    In a few weeks, a comet will come so close to Mars that it will barely miss it! Dr. Ian O’Neill joins DNews to discuss what NASA is doing to prepare for this historic event. Follow Ian on Twitter: https://twitter.com/astroengine Read More: Why a Mars Comet Impact Would be Awesome http://news.discovery.com/space/why-mars-getting-hit-by-a-comet-would-be-awesome-13032.htm “When Jupiter’s tides ripped Comet Shoemaker–Levy 9 to shreds, only for the icy chunks to succumb to the intense Jovian gravity, ultimately slamming into the gas giant’s atmosphere, mankind was treated to a rare…
  • Epic Soda Bottle Trick

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    31 Aug 2014 | 3:42 pm
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  • Horse Breaking Attempt Fail | Cowboy Down!

    JukinVideo
    31 Aug 2014 | 3:00 pm
    When this cowboy tries to break in this horse, this horse breaking attempt ends in a massive fail. He horse starts to buck sending the cowboy flying through the air! Original Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhxjWu84P8Y SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/JukinSubscriber WHAT TO WATCH NEXT: Redneck Table Dance Fail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MQ8Rp_UJJ8 Equestrian Practice Fail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEpPBRX4pyg LIKE us on FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/JukinVideo FOLLOW us on TWITTER http://twitter.com/JukinVideo FOLLOW us on INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/JukinVideo TO LICENSE THIS…
  • Are We Living In A Holographic Universe?

    DNews
    31 Aug 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Have you ever wondered if the universe is actually just a holographic projection? While it sounds crazy, Dr. Ian O’Neill and Trace explain why scientists are experimenting to find out if the universe is a hologram! Get 15% off http://www.domain.com’s s domain names and web hosting when you use coupon code DNEWS at checkout! Follow Ian on Twitter: https://twitter.com/astroengine Read More: Holographic universe experiment begins http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/august-2013/holographic-universe-experiment-begins “A unique experiment at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory has…
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  • Wood Casting: Aluminium and Wood Furniture

    Mark
    15 Aug 2014 | 5:39 am
    If you’re looking for something a little different when it comes to furniture for your Man Cave, the internet is usually a good place to start your search. During our internet travels we came across the work of Hilla Shamia, a product designer who uses a technique she’s coined as ‘Wood Casting’, which involves pouring molten aluminium over the bark side of square sawn timber.  It sounds like a rather messy process, but Hilla has it down to a fine art, and the results are seriously impressive. The molten aluminium seeps into every nook and cranny of the wood,…
  • Giveaway – Stephan Alexandr

    Mark
    14 Aug 2014 | 12:47 am
    Back in January we covered the work of Stephan Alexandr and his awesome painted animal skulls. Ranging from Shark Jaws to Bull Skulls, they would make a great addition to any Man Cave, adding a rustic touch of masculinity or livening up (excuse the pun) an otherwise bland wall. Stephan Alexandr’s work has a focusing on fine art, lifestyle objects and product design. His first collection released under the title “Mount Your Maker,” was an immediate success internationally. It aimed to morphed the line between pop-art and everyday decor. His pieces are showcased in homes and spaces…
  • Man Cave Poison: Arak

    Andrew
    11 Aug 2014 | 6:03 am
    This is the second post in our ‘Man Cave Poison’ series, exploring drinks you wouldn’t typically buy when doing your usual liquor run. Andrew explores Arak, a Middle Eastern spirit. There’s a certain magic about mixing up a cocktail; in a time when everything around us has sped up, life feels like it moves at the speed of light and information moves somehow faster, the beautiful ritual of a proper drink swirling around a steel shaker at the behest of a mixing spoon seems to slow the world down just enough. Small rituals are what make the world more interesting, someone…
  • Man Cave Spotlight – Reddit Edition

    Mark
    6 Aug 2014 | 6:12 am
    The Man Cave subreddit is something we always keep our eye on due to it’s ever varying examples of Man Caves, ranging from the small and modest to the bottomless budget overhauls you often see on TV. When Redditor xramzal posted a gallery of his recent basement remodel, we simply had to cover it. Undoubtedly leaning more towards a Nerd Cave than a Man Cave, it’s filled to the brim with high end entertainment equipment, plush leather chairs, movie posters (including original prints) and personal touches. Tech specs after the pics.   Theatre Samsung UN78HU900F Denon…
  • Woodsman Axe Coffee Table

    Mark
    5 Aug 2014 | 5:50 am
    When it comes to furniture for the Man Cave, it’s important to maintain an equilibrium between awesome looks and functionality. Of course, when it comes to the Starfleet Machine Table Clock that logic goes completely out of the window, however the guys over at Duffy London have succeeded at creating the perfect coffee table.  Apparently inspired by the fairytale ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, this well made table available in walnut, ash or oak, and is masterfully propped up by 4 sturdy and shiny woodsman axes. Each piece is masterfully built to order, which is reflected in…
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  • Epic Meal Time’s Patriot Burger

    Tim
    8 Aug 2014 | 1:14 pm
    The Man Institute has brought you some disgustingly manly foods before such as the classic Bacon Explosion, our guide on how to cook bacon and our 5 of the manliest food creations post. We have never featured any of Epic Meal Time’s creations for some reason, though. I’m not really sure why as everything they’ve made blows those previous posts out of the water. This is the Patriot Burger If men could cry, this burger would absolutely force a tear from your manly ducts. It begins with 2 huge bison rib patties infused with barbecue sauce. The 2 massive patties are held up buy…
  • Delorean Monster Truck

    Tim
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    There are many car collectors in the US. Guys like Jay Leno or Tim Allen who love cars and have more money than any man really needs who buy up Ferraris, McLaren F1′s and every hot rod they can get their rich little hands on. Still, I’d argue that the true car collectors are the guys like you and me who have limited funds and buy cars on a budget, only to fix them up over a long period of time as money becomes available, ultimately ending up with a piece of art that means more to him than Leno’s entire car collection means to Jay. It’s a sense of pride that…
  • SideWall Skiing – Driver’s Ed in Saudi Arabia

    Tim
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:06 am
    There is definitely no shortage of extreme sports out there. From Red Bull’s Crashed Ice to Extreme Ironing to Chess Boxing, there seems to be a crazy sport for everyone. A new extreme sport coming out of Saudi Arabia; however, is absolutely crazy… and awesome! Meet SideWall Skiing! What is SideWall Skiing? SideWall Skiing is pretty simple when you break it down but simple definitely does not mean it’s easy. What you need is a vehicle that you don’t mind destroying with good suspension, fully inflated tires and a few of your dumbest friends. Next you put the vehicle on…
  • The Official US Military Zombie Apocalypse Plan (CONPLAN 8888)

    Tim
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    The US Military is well known to be prepared for anything. There are very few nations who would roll the dice and challenge the US on sea, land or in the air. The types of people who would be this ballsy are either over-confident in their own forces (Russia), maniacally brave or simply don’t give a shit what happens to them. Zombies fall into the last category – luckily the US is prepared for such an event and has developed a zombie apocalypse plan. Why Do We Need a Zombie Apocalypse Plan? The threat of a zombie uprising has lingered in the background for many years but has…
  • Dude Pins Friday! This Week: Burgers, Whisky and a DIY A/C Unit!

    Tim
    13 Jun 2014 | 8:27 am
    Summer is here and this week we’ve chosen several Dude Pins to help keep you cool and comfortable. Learn to make your own cheap A/C unit, grab a glass of whisky while your beer chills in your table with built-in beer cooler and learn to make the perfect burger patties. Happy Friday, Gents! Make a Homemade A/C 10 Stretches every man should know DIY Whisky Toothpicks Creating the Perfect Patty The Complete Guide to Suits DIY Wood Slice Serving Board Table with Built-In Beer Cooler Badass Sukhoi SU-27 Never Be Sick Again! The Ultimate Guide to Whisky! The post Dude Pins Friday! This Week:…
 
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  • A Well-Stocked Bar: The Old Fashioned

    Brooke Demchuk
    29 Aug 2014 | 5:36 pm
    Despite the fact that its name is the Old Fashioned, there is nothing out of date or boring about this famous cocktail. If you’re looking to learn how to make staple drinks, the Old Fashioned is the epitome of classic, and should be high up on your list for that very reason. For those of us who have previously tried this concoction, it’s no secret why it has stuck around for so long. The History of the Old Fashioned To put it simply, the Old Fashioned was the original cocktail. The first documented definition of the cocktail occurred in 1806, and it was defined as being a mixture of…
  • A Well-Stocked Bar: The Martini Cocktail Recipe & History

    Brooke Demchuk
    22 Aug 2014 | 5:36 pm
    Let’s face it: you can’t go wrong with a classic martini. This delicious blend of flavors is a favorite among many, and some individuals even describe it as the perfect cocktail. Containing gin and vermouth, it is sure to give you a kick while also tasting smooth. And, with the signature olive to top it off, you’ll be sure to never want to drink anything else again. The History of the Martini Like most famous drinks, the story of how the Martini came to be is not clear. Many bartending guides created in the late 19th century showcase drinks that are quite similar to the Martini, and it…
  • A Well-Stocked Bar: The Tom Collins Cocktail Recipe & History

    Brooke Demchuk
    15 Aug 2014 | 5:31 pm
    If you are familiar with classic cocktails, you most likely have had a Tom Collins (or two!) in your lifetime. This tasty drink has been around for 150 years, and it certainly lives up to its reputation. And, out of many of the staple drinks that are still served today, the Tom Collins has by far one of the most interesting backgrounds. Read on to learn exactly how it came to be so famous. History of the Tom Collins A fact that many people aren’t aware of is that the Tom Collins was originally called the John Collins. It is believed that this name was inspired by a headwaiter that worked in…
  • Make an Ass Out of Yourself On a Date and It Might Go Better

    Chris Arechaederra
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:52 pm
    We’ve done plenty of articles on date ideas so far on the blog.  They range from the traditional, romantic picnic with your girl, to the bizarre “make an ass of yourself” date we mentioned in 10 Exciting Dates That Don’t Suck. The bottom line is that we have to be creative with whatever type of date we go on. Each date idea should include a unique twist that’s personal and meaningful, because we all want the same goal from it: to have a good time and showcase our unique selves. Going on the ‘make an ass of yourself” is a cool way to spice up a date. It can serve as…
  • Ditch The Diamond: Unique Engagement Ring Options

    Fred Hernandez
    13 Aug 2014 | 1:23 pm
    Finding the perfect diamond ring to propose with is a tradition that we have upheld and honored without questioning for decades. But the truth is, presenting your soon to be wife with a diamond ring hasn’t always been the norm. A Brief History of the Engagement Ring History tells us that the cavemen used to forage for plants and twigs and tie them around their “wives” fingers, wrists, or ankles to claim their spirits. The ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians were also fond of symbolic rings to represent the union of man and woman. The Romans used to use heavy duty materials for their…
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  • The US Tech Worker Shortage Is A Lie

    Viper
    27 Aug 2014 | 9:11 am
    I write this having spent more than 20 years in the IT industry in this country, and having spent the vast majority of that time in the heart of Silicon Valley. You hear it a lot these days: there’s a shortage of qualified computer talent in the US.  I’m here to tell you it’s bullshit.  There are studies that back up what I’m about to say, so don’t just take my word for it.  I’ve been in the trenches; I’ve seen it first hand.  You are being lied to. Cisco is laying off 6,000 employees.  Microsoft is laying off 18,000.  Yet both companies, along…
  • Stop Calling It Gun Violence

    Viper
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:21 am
    Everywhere, you see reports in the media regarding gun violence.  It’s a particular and perennial favorite in Chicago, where people live under exactly the Draconian, “gun-free” laws that those who wish to disarm us want to foist on America. Here’s the thing:  We have to stop letting them, once again, dictate the terms of the debate.  It’s not “gun violence”, any more than a stabbing is “knife violence”, or vehicular homicide is “car violence”.  The term “gun violence” was concocted to focus not on the criminal…
  • If You’re Not Outraged, You’re Not Paying Attention

    Viper
    26 Jun 2014 | 12:16 pm
    Here’s where things stand today:  We have a president who has decided he can act unilaterally on any issue, ignoring the balance of powers between the executive, judicial, and legislative branches.  We have an administration that has repeatedly lied to the American people on issues such as our giving weapons to violent Mexican drug cartels, the brutal and violent deaths of American citizens in Benghazi, the trade of Guantanamo-held terrorists for an American military deserter who has expressed anti-American sentiments, the use of the Internal Revenue Service as a political weapon to…
  • Trust Your Gut

    Viper
    17 Jun 2014 | 11:34 am
    What I’m about to say may seem a bit weird.  Woo-woo, even.  We’re used to going through life carefully evaluating options, weighing the pros and cons, and making decisions based on the costs and benefits of one choice versus another.  All this careful, rational decision-making may be working against you, not for you. It’s time to get in touch with your feelings, guys.  And by that, I don’t mean that you should rush out to buy a tight V-neck shirt, skinny jeans, and a fetching scarf to see and be seen in at your local coffee shop.  No, I mean that you need to yank…
  • How Well Do You Understand Your Freedom?

    Viper
    4 Jun 2014 | 10:09 am
    How well do you understand your freedom?  It sounds like a simple question, but many people struggle to provide a reasonable answer. Is freedom your ability to decide to eat at Wendy’s instead of McDonalds?  Is it your freedom to go out and buy a brand new truck?  Is it your freedom to borrow money from a bank, only to slowly pay it back over 30 years for the perk of being able to say, “I own a house”?  Is it the freedom to decide what you watch on TV tonight? Perhaps it’s a bit less materialistic and consumption-oriented.  Is it your freedom to go wherever you…
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  • 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…
  • What Happens After

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:31 pm
    What happens when you're asked "what if" questions?What happens after you've been cheated on? I'm not sure exactly. I'm crazy, so I might just do something crazy. Infidelity is one of those things that can cause so much anger to a person and it shouldn't be tolerated at all. I believe that if you know that you cannot and will not be faithful, then you shouldn't lead someone on that can and will be faithful to you. I hear people all the time say that they told the person that they didn't want a relationship or that they cannot be faithful, but the truth is, what matters is your actions. You…
  • How to Build Your Self-Esteem

    9 Jul 2014 | 1:54 pm
    Your self-esteem rises and falls according to how you think and what you do. To keep yourself feeling good, try to: Be True To Yourself This means putting your values and beliefs into action. Don't act in ways you feel are wrong—it's a sure way to harm your self-esteem. Accept Yourself Think of yourself as a good friend. Appreciate your good qualities, and resolve to work on those parts of yourself that need improvement. Set Realistic Goals Reaching goals is one way to help build self-esteem. But make sure your goals are within reach. Otherwise you may be setting yourself up for…
 
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  • 4Chan Celeb Nude Leak

    Chris Aung-Thwin
    30 Aug 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This ImportantBecause Jennifer Lawrence and nude pics are being used in the same sentence.Long Story ShortAlleged nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Ariana Grande, Hope Solo, Rihanna, Hayden Panettiere and many others have apparently been leaked online after a massive hacking scheme. The pics first appeared on 4chan.Long StoryThe pics were first posted on Sunday afternoon an...
  • Yes Means Yes Bill

    Kelly Hurcomb
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Because ‘No’ has never meant ‘Yes,’ and the creeps who still can’t seem to differentiate between those vastly different words now have legal consequences to face for their actions.Long Story ShortMonths after the White House deemed sexual assaults on college campuses a bona fide epidemic, California lawmakers unanimously passed the ‘Yes Means Yes’ bill yesterday. The bill,...
  • Toyota Land Cruiser 70: 30th Anniversary

    Mike McAlpine
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Toyota trucks are legendary; this one is iconic.Long Story ShortIn response to “widespread domestic requests,” and for one year only, Toyota is building their legendary Land Cruiser series-70 to celebrate its 30th anniversary.Long StoryToyota originally produced the ladder-framed rugged off-roader from 1984 to 2004 with great success.  In fact, it was so popular among enth...
  • Google Project Wing

    Paul Watson
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Because before long all packages may be delivered within minutes by drones.Long Story ShortGoogle X, the company’s research arm, has been experimenting with delivery drones for two years in Australia for top secret Project Wing and test flights seem to have been successful.Long StoryGoogle’s Project Wing has been going on for two years with the mission of creating self-fly...
  • Junk Food And Eating Behavior

    David Nield
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?The negative impacts of an unhealthy diet could include turning us off wholesome foods altogether.Long Story ShortA new study published in Frontiers in Psychology has found that rats given a diet of junk food were then less likely to seek out healthy alternatives in future. If the same applies to humans then that means the worse our diet gets, the harder it becomes to rect...
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  • 21 Ways to Fill Your Wife’s Bank (Not what you think)

    charles johnston
    29 Aug 2014 | 3:59 am
    Ways to Fill Your Wife’s Bank (Not what you think) As a man, scratch that as a married man there are certain challenges every married man faces. We put on fronts and behave like  young adolescents at times in order to maintain appearances.  Appearances that we believe only we can see our true identity. We put […] The post 21 Ways to Fill Your Wife’s Bank (Not what you think) appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Why Animal Shelters are not what people think

    charles johnston
    27 Aug 2014 | 5:05 am
     Why Animal Shelters are not what people think There has been a great deal of publicity and opinion lately on the overpopulation problem in our animal shelters. Every city especially in the Southeast seem to have a never-ending struggle to stay under the kill zone. Hundreds of rescue organizations work day and night just to […] The post Why Animal Shelters are not what people think appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Lessons from When the Game Stands Tall

    charles johnston
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:34 am
    Lessons from When the Game Stands Tall Teaching that there is more to life than just the game, When the Game Stands Tall is a true inspirational movie.  As like many football or even sports related movies they come with a little dose of predictability.  This is one that although that may be the case […] The post Lessons from When the Game Stands Tall appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • When A Church Sends You Running for Cover

    charles johnston
    21 Aug 2014 | 3:24 am
      When A Church Sends You Running for Cover Many people who are raised in the Church, end up wandering astray. We are filled with the stories we don’t understand. Threatened with hell and damnation for our unavoidable sin, why would anyone want to stay for that. We go to church to please our parents, fighting to keep our eyes open, and […] The post When A Church Sends You Running for Cover appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
  • Tough Questions to Reveal You Care

    charles johnston
    19 Aug 2014 | 3:35 am
    As men we care for our homes in our own way, may just not be the right way. As a man we can think that life is going great and then are blindsided by the truth at home. We get so busy with work, deadlines, and keeping a busy schedule that we fail at everything. […] The post Tough Questions to Reveal You Care appeared first on SecondIron's Blog.
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