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A few months ago I was set up with a guy through a friend who she said I would like. He was great on paper and thanks to Facebook, and the fact that blind dates are no longer 100% blind, … Continue reading

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The Tinkler

While living in Manhattan, I used to go to down my parent’s house on the Jersey Shore. One weekend, I met a cute, fit, super-tanned, bro-ish state park lifeguard at a bar. Besides the bro-ish aspect, he seemed harmless. Also, … Continue reading

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A Glimpse into the Bro Psyche in the Form of an E-mail

Whoever said guys don’t kiss and tell as much as girls will have to take it back after reading this e-mail from a bro to his friends after a wild (yet sexually unfulfilling) weekend. You’ve gotta read it to believe it. … Continue reading

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NYC Subway: Where Do the Douche Bags Congregate?

You know that feeling when you arrive on a subway platform, perhaps one you don’t frequent quite so often. You look around and think to yourself, “Oh great. A douche bag hot spot. They’re everywhere!” Yes, we have the same … Continue reading

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Cool Story Bro Tell it Again

The first time we spotted a girl wearing a sweatshirt with this sassy phrase on it, we were pleased. Regardless of which style you prefer (t-shirt, sweatband, sweatshirt, et al.) , slapping the phrase, “Cool story bro. Tell it again.” … Continue reading

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Your Vanity Plate Rocks

Psyche! It’s awful. SFAR

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You’re lucky I like you…

A few weeks ago I hooked up with a guy who I had hooked up with before. I’m not going to lie and say I didn’t think about going for Round 2 in the morning when we woke up, but … Continue reading

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WSJ: Where Have The Good Men Gone?

In Saturday’s Wall Street Journal, Kay S. Hymowitz argues that too many men in their 20s are living in a new kind of extended adolescence. We agree. For the full article Click Here

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