Doubtless, after having read the article on how you need to marry a Princeton man, you are thinking to yourself “I am not currently at Princeton. I am going to kill myself.” STOP RIGHT THERE. First of all, maybe you can apply to Princeton. But really, look, I am going to be honest with you.
You are probably going to have to marry a wastrel or a rogue, if you marry at all.
UNLESS YOU GO TO THESE SEVEN PLACES I HAVE PICKED FOR YOU. More
Jon Hamm – and his penis – have the opportunity to represent either Fruit of the Loom or Jockey, mostly because people will not stop talking about how his penis is so massive that Jon Hamm has to hide it under some underwear. He’ll probably have to hide it under six or seven pairs, really. But will those pairs be Fruit of the Loom or Jockey? More
If men with beards are more attractive, which science now says they are, certain bearded fellows – like Castro and Santa Claus – must be rejoicing. I still don’t think they’re getting laid, but they’ll be rejoicing nonetheless.
According to The World Observer Online:
A study from the University of Southern Queensland, published in the Radiation Protection Dosimetry journal, found that beards block 90 to 95 percent of UV rays, thereby slowing the aging process and reducing the risk of skin cancer. Got asthma? Pollens and dust simply get stuck in that lustrous facial hair. Additionally, all that hair retains moisture and protects against the wind, keeping you looking young and fresh-faced. What’s more, shaving is usually the cause of ingrown hairs and bacterial infections that lead to acne.
Huh! Which one of these men do you think is sexiest? No, real question. (The answer is Paul Bunyan). (We also do have some alternatives if you do not like my personal bias on this topic) (my personal bias is that beards do not make men more attractive) More
Yesterday, an editor at Esquire (Alex Bilmes) talked about the way women are portrayed in Esquire, and said:
“The women we feature in the magazine are ornamental. I could lie to you if you want and say we are interested in their brains as well. We are not. They are objectified..“[Esquire] provide pictures of girls in the same way we provide pictures of cool cars,” he said. “It is ornamental. Women’s magazines do the same thing.”
As Sam pointed out, this is one of those cases where people pretend that someone is being brave by saying an awful thing, when, in reality, they are still doing something awful.
Unless! Unless Esquire editors do not understand what objects are. I have a lesson for them. Take this quiz, and see if you can spot the objects vs. the human people. More
You know, I am not entirely comfortable with these ads for Nair for Men that promise to remove their public hair. Why? This is why: More
What do men drink? They drink Coke Zero, but you have to be very careful with them about it. Sometimes they forget they’re allowed to have some. Put a man alone in a room with a Coke Zero and he’ll die of thirst.
“I don’t think I’m allowed to drink that,” he’ll announce quietly to the silent room. “I think – I think this is that drink, that drink for women, the one that they have. Excuse me? Excuse me? Hello? I need – I need a drink for men, please. Please. I need a drink for me, for my male throat.” More
I will probably always think of Michael Caine as the Grandfatherly abortionist of The Cider House Rules. He also ran an orphanage. That character, not Michael Caine. In case you felt like “grandfatherly abortionist” were not two words that went together. You know, perhaps I should just say that I think of him in a grandfatherly sense. That feels more appropriate. More
White smoke has finally blown above the Sistine Chapel as bells rang at approximately 7 p.m. local time in Vatican City, signaling the choice for a new pope has been made. Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina will now be known as Pope Francis I. He is the first Jesuit and first Latin American to be appointed as pope, both of which are steps away from tradition for the Roman Catholic Church.
But what of other traditions? The prohibition of women being ordained as priests — and thereby disallowing the possibility of a female pope — is one many have been asking about during this papal election. So, why can’t there be a female pope? More
So, I did a piece for the New York Post about the sexiness of doormen. As one friend mentioned, the appeal has a lot to do with the fact that “They’re handsome, protective figures — who you also are in charge of.” More
Men seem to have a never ending obsession with breasts, and many of those men have preferences as to the size of the breasts with which they are most obsessed. Since all people are different and have varying taste with … More
Have you seen Emma Watson’s brother, Alex? More
Oh, God, I just found you the best excuse to avoid going to the gym. You aren’t lazy. You are possibly just allergic to exercise. More
Make your boyfriend this cool LED tie immediately. More
I have always been told that I talk a lot by every person in my dating history. Though I typically date outgoing people, I tend to be the one who has no qualms with speaking to strangers at bars, chatting on the phone for hours and being super friendly to literal cats on the street. My exes tend to make fun of me for this, saying that I talk too much, but I have always wondered how much of that is me, or whether women talk more than men on the whole. More