Yes, we are back at the hot topic of salads and greens in Overly Manly Man’s daily menu. As you already know, “salad is what my food eats“.
Everything used to be better back in the old days.
I wish there was a way to know you’re in the “good old days” before you’ve actually left them.
Here’s what is needed for a manly Christmas:
- Can of beans
- Steel toe boots
- Texas Mickey
- Die Hard 2
- Old oak chair
Merry Christmas to all the fans, don’t try to pull that Happy Holidays crap on us. Merry Christmas it is and for us it has nothing to do with religion.
The main reason Santa is so jolly is because he knows where all the bad girls live.
Did you know that almost exactly 80 years ago, Prohibition in the United States ended. For thirteen long years manly men of the USA couldn’t legally sell, produce or drink alcoholic beverages – not even beer. Scary, huh?
This is my standard answer whenever someone decides to ask my blood type. Dos Equis all the way.
The cheapest way to travel and see the world, at least in terms of money. Mental health and health problems in overall may be the backsides of using this travel agent.
For some, steak isn’t just steak. If I eat steak, it has to be made by someone I truly trust… Myself.
Like Neil Gaiman says in The Graveyard Book:
Face your life, its pain, its pleasure, leave no path untaken.
Basically, don’t be afraid of trying out something new. Who knows, maybe you too would enjoy having Tabasco in your eyes?
Did you know that Theodore Roosevelt was an overly manly man? In October 1912, he was giving a campaign speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the presidential candidate for the Progressive Party. Before starting the speech Roosevelt was shot to chest by a man named John Schrank, but the .32-caliber bullet didn’t do enough damage to stop him. After the incident, Theodore spoke for a good hour to people attending and was rushed to the hospital after that.