Category: Advice

Stealth Grooming Tip: Combatting Smoky Garlic Hands

Stealth Grooming Tip: Combatting Smoky Garlic Hands
Years ago when I used to smoke occasionally –something I blame in part on my past roommate and a few too many glasses of wine– I would get stick from my then-girlfriend. Avery* was a bit demanding but totally worth it. I could best describe her as looking like Uma Thurman with red hair and... Read more »

Stealth Grooming Tip: Avoid Dilbert Collar

Stealth Grooming Tip: Avoid Dilbert Collar
The other day I was sitting in Lavazza enjoying a nice double espresso after a needless night of watching hockey, followed by needless extras from the bar, only to get irked by another man’s collar. He was dressed in a nice suit –even though it was a little hot that day– with a top notch... Read more »

What Your Men's Mag Says About You

What Your Men's Mag Says About You
I read lots of magazines, and got to thinking about them recently. It was all after my friend Ruby*, a former model that is now conquering the world of international finance, went off. She told me one day that she could no longer date a classy, handsome man that she generally liked because of some... Read more »
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Men, Don’t Be Idiots, Part II: No Need to be an Asshole

Men, Don’t Be Idiots, Part II: No Need to be an Asshole
“I’m just gonna be an asshole. That’s what women like anyway.” Such is the modus operandi and a “best practice” of today’s young, needlessly frustrated single man in his pursuit of attractive women.   However this tactic has failed successfully for decades. There’s an age-old assumption among the Men of the World Who Can’t Get... Read more »

"Black Thongs and Social Networking"

"Black Thongs and Social Networking"
One thing that irks me in a big way is the way some women simply disappear sometimes. It happens to all of us. For ages, we men have heard from society about how we “never call”. Sometimes that is true. But, it’s sort of assumed that men pursue women for sex first and that we... Read more »

Men, Don’t Be Idiots, Part I: Quit Complaining

Men, Don’t Be Idiots, Part I: Quit Complaining
Over the years I’ve had my ears powered up, with the volume level set to 10. When I listen, I pick up on things. In the decade since college I have had the fortune, or misfortune maybe, to listen to men talk. I have ascertained that, in all their diatribes, what total idiots men are.... Read more »
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