so many people say that gays aren't "real" men, well I say I am. I work as Woodsman, I am tough and I am honest and I am brave and I am kind. I try to live every day of my life with integrity. I am gay, and I am a man in every way I feel counts.
it goes without saying that:
> I do not have enough blood to use both heads at a time.
> I have GPS. I don't need directions.
> I told you I will fix it. Just stop eating my head.
> I usually think about sex
> If you feed me well, I will love you forever
> I tend to leave the...
Please note...these are all numbered "1" ON PURPOSE!
1. Men ARE not mind readers.
1. Learn to work the toilet seat. You're a big girl. If it's up, put it down. We need it up, you need it down. You don't hear us complaining about you leaving it down.
1. Sunday sports. It's...
I am a man.
I have the innate ability to tune my girlfriends out.
I love sports more than I love my the women I date.
And my "Good Stuff Shelf" will contain my Rosebowl '06 pictures and NOT any wedding photos (under the assumption that I get married).
Oh and I plan...
lets see i refuse to admit if i'm lost and will NOT stop and ask for directions i have a penis and i think with that at least as much if not more than i do with my brain (the thoughts my penis has are much more entertaining). then again maybe i'm not a man i am not a tough guy...
went to Japan before it made cars, killed dirty commies in Korea for McCarthy, Learned the pledge before they stuck their god **** on every thing. Worked 41 years providing a living for my family and my in-laws without a *****. Wife died of cancer from smoking and I was...
As a young black man I feel like it's my responsibility to share this young brothers story to as many people as possible. We all have this concept of what's "manly", but can men care for once and really sympathize with someone? Here's what I have to say.
On a recent trip...
In no way am I saying that I'm perfect or that I meet everything I'm about to say, but this is something that every man should aspire to. I know that as I grow I'm finding that all these things are true.
A Man is the following:
He has integrity, he is tough, he is compassionate...
then I was born. LOL Luckily I grew to be a man, not an overgrown boy.
Or it could be looked at as unluckily, with so many overgrown boys doing stupid ****, real men have it rough trying to straighten everything out, especially between men and women.
Every once in a while I receive an e-mail that is quirky and laced with hidden truths. Obviously it is tongue-in-cheek but this one is wonderfully written. I did try looking up "Lebowski" and quotes by him and only found the last one. I am therefore unable to rightfully credit...
I am a man...I am courageous...I have run into a burning building to save others...charged across the street to help an elderly gentleman from being beat upon by two thugs...things turn red....my mind is geared for action....I am not an abuser of women...a woman should be...
I am a man, a middle aged man, at one of the worst times, in Amarican history, to be a man.
I am 47, overweight, and male.
I love breasts too.
At the moment it is illegal where I work and go to school-the same place-to undress someone with your eyes. I am damned fortunate...
I have both masculine and feminine qualities...
I have a penis.
I have a prostate.
My body fat accumulates more on my belly than on my hips and thighs.
I have a Y chromosome.
I am very, VERY hairy. I have hair on my chest...
and a man.
1) A man knows what he wants, and goes for it. A boy may have somewhat of an idea, but not really. He doesn’t think too much about it, and even if he does, doesn’t exert much effort to get it. A boy is passive, a man is assertive.
2) A man plans for his future...
I am a Man.
When Something breaks, I fix it.
I drink whiskey without a mixer.
I don't feel the need to diet. In fact, I don't feel the need to feel.
I eat steak.
I don't fruit my drinks; I drink real ******* beers: lagers so dark, they blot out the sun (so I drink...
that derogatory toward men. based on some of the things some of my female friends share with me about the messages they get.....I can't say I blame them for feeling this way. It got me to thinking about what I think being a true man means. For better or worse.... I will offer...
1. I have etiquette
2. I know how to treat a lady
3. I'm compassionate
4. I'm forgiving
5. I'm educated
6. I workout and am a health nut
7. I drink scotch
8. Occasionally smoke an expensive cigar
9. I am a good father
10. I am old fashion
11. I can dress for any occasion
I am definitely a man. But how manly I am depends on you.
I would never intone to be a man's man. I wouldn't want to be. No, I prefer to be a ladies man.
Now, if it's based on the old saying, you are what you eat, it's a whole different perspective.
If it's based...
Ok, I'm not wearing tights, but I am a man. I enjoy being a man. It gives me an excuse not to have the answers to everything, not to have to listen to everything that's said to me, and not to remember every single birthday of every friend I ever had. Of course I...