Category:
Men

Pens for Men

Posted By: Paul - Tue Jul 21, 2015 - Comments (9)
Category: Stereotypes and Cliches, Television, Tools, Advertising, 1950s, Men

TSA gets a hold on things

A couple of TSA agents at Denver International Airport have been found manipulating the screening process to grope other mens gentials they found attractive.


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Posted By: BrokeDad - Tue Apr 14, 2015 - Comments (6)
Category: Air Travel and Airlines, Men

Apache Dance



I don't watch Dancing with the Stars. Is this kind of dance included? If not, why? It would liven up the competitions immensely, I wager. With signed waivers, real daggers could be used.

Posted By: Paul - Mon Mar 16, 2015 - Comments (7)
Category: Death, Sexuality, Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers, 1930s, Men, Women, Dance

Men’s Spa

Posted By: Paul - Wed Jan 21, 2015 - Comments (3)
Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues, Health, 1960s, Men

Sweden’s Sexiest Male Politicians

Warning: This post may make you sexually aroused, because here are Sweden's sexiest male politicians, as judged by the Swedish news website Nyheter24. Can you handle the heat?

Posted By: Alex - Sat Jul 14, 2012 - Comments (8)
Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues, Sexuality, Men

Men’s Adventure Magazines

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Here is a site guaranteed to chew up hours of your idle time.

My pal, Phil Stephensen-Payne, runs a page dedicated to the history of magazines. He recently put together a wing dedicated to the "true story" men's mags.

If you follow this link, you come to a page containing the names of over 150 such zines. Click on any title and be presented with a gallery of cover images like the one above.

Happy viewing!

Posted By: Paul - Mon Nov 28, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category: Animals, Daredevils, Stuntpeople and Thrillseekers, Destruction, Magazines, Sexuality, Sports, Stereotypes and Cliches, War, Foreign Customs, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, Men, Fictional Monsters, Graphics

Follies of the Mad Men #158

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Men are oppressed by their wristwatches, but yours are different...? Huh?

From Playboy for November 1973.

Posted By: Paul - Mon Sep 05, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Fashion, Stereotypes and Cliches, Stupidity, 1970s, Men

Follies of the Mad Men #126



How many idiotic themes can you find in this ad? Let me start you out:

1) Women like to hang out in bestiality bars.

2) Only men can or should be responsible for buying condoms.

3) A woman will sense a condom in your pocket and respond.

4) You can be the biggest jerk in the world, but so long as you buy a condom....

I can't go on. Your turn.

Posted By: Paul - Tue Nov 23, 2010 - Comments (6)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Birth Control , Men, Women

Manpacks

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Guys! Never wash your underwear again! Just wear it till it rots, and get new ones in the mail!

Manpacks is your savior!

Posted By: Paul - Fri Aug 20, 2010 - Comments (5)
Category: Business, Underwear, Men

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