After the full moon, when a werewolf turns back into a human, why do they have the same haircut as before?
My friend Tommy posted a link on Facebook to a NYT article with the same title as this post. Here, I will attempt to correct the errors there in.
1. When the modern man buys shoes for his spouse, she is present and can try them on herself. Why would he ever shop for her shoes without her?
2. The modern man does not lose confidence. Sometimes, when things are rough, he knows that it will get better.
3. The modern man watches movies that are loud enough that he doesn’t have to worry about crunching.
4. The modern man cooks his own steak to a perfect medium rare, whether over fire or in cast iron.
5. The modern man sometimes makes his own parking spot when an empty one is not available.
6. Before the modern man heads off to bed, he makes sure his kids’ electronic devices are not in their room so they’ll actually get some sleep.
7. The modern man buys only regular colas, like Coke or Dr Pepper. If you walk into his house looking for a diet drink, he’ll show you the door.
8. The modern man uses the proper names for things. For example, he’ll say “magazine,” not “clip” like some gauche simpleton.
9. Having a daughter makes the modern man more of a complete person. He lets her play with a machete.
10. The modern man lets someone else do the dishes. He cooks. Fair is fair.
11. “The modern man has never “pinned” a tweet, and he never will.” *I’m not even sure what this means.
12. The modern man gives himself a proper wet shave with soap and a blade before jumping in for a wash.
13. The modern man listens to all kinds of music.
14. The modern man remembers what he needs to buy from the grocery store. The market is no place for his face to be buried in a grocery list, devoid of situational awareness.
15. The modern man has hard floors. His children can detect his mood from the stamp of his cowboy boots.
16. The modern man lies on the side of the bed closer to the wall because the side closer to the door is also closer to the bathroom. Besides, if an intruder gets in, his wife has her own shotgun on her side.
17. The modern man has tools for all kinds of occasions. Especially for food preparation.
18. The modern man has several shoehorns so he won’t damage his shoes, if he can find one of them. He also has a boot jack.
19. The modern man does not buy flower arrangements for his wife, who thinks they’re a waste of money. Sometimes, he’ll buy live flowers to plant in the garden though.
20. On occasion, the modern man is the little spoon because laying on that side is more comfortable.
21. The modern man doesn’t scold. His loved ones know when he’s disappointed.
22. The modern man doesn’t take the newspaper. He gets his news online.
23. The modern man has all of Clint Eastwood’s and Bruce Willis’ films on Blu-ray (or whatever the highest quality thing is at the time).
24. The modern man doesn’t get hung up on his phone’s battery percentage. He has an app on his tablet that monitors that.
25. The modern man owns many guns, in an assortment of calibers and guages.
26. The modern man cries a single manly tear on the rare occasion that it is appropriate.
27. People aren’t sure if the modern man is a good dancer or not. They assume that he would gyrate to music as a lad, but he’s got more important things to worry about now that he’s grown. Although he has considered taking ballroom classes with his wife.
Here we are, in the last day of Kilted To Kick Cancer 2015. The team standings have been blacked out. I am still matching donations to Team Hast. Show me the money.
That’s $1,000.00, folks. That is money that I’m matching your donations with. Last I checked, we were up to $400.00. Not bad. However, I want you to make me donate every last penny of this cash to KTKC. This money:
Donate here. Mark your donation for Team Hast. As I’ve said previously, if you put me in the top three, I’ll wear the kilt for the remainder of the year. Get yourself checked and donate to the cause.
Keep me out of them. If I finish in the top three this year, I will go kilted for the remainder of the year. There’s a thousand dollars burning a hole in my bank account that you can claim for Kilted To Kick Cancer. Jennifer and I have been thinking of getting our lifetime hunting licenses. Your donations may mean that my white knees will keep us from harvesting deer this year. This is not a far-fetched proposal. I’m not at the head of the pack, but I’m close, considering my donation match. Let’s do this thing. On Thursday I’ll be back in my jeans unless you put me over the top. Donate here and note your donation for Team Hast.
I came in like a blood moon.
All I wanted was to kick kick kick cancer.
Please donate here and note it for Team Hast.
Okay, people. We’ve just passed the half-way point on KTKC 2015 and I can’t tell that I’ve received any donations yet. We have to do better on this. I don’t have a bunch of crap to give away for donations this year. However, let’s take a good look at the cause in question. Statistically, one in 38 men will die of prostate cancer. Your donations will reduce this number. Therefore, I will match, dollar for dollar, your donations up to $1,000. Once we cross that mark, we’ll talk again. So basically, you could donate $5 through one of the other teams to get a slim chance at winning some toy, or your $5 could donate $10 to the goal. As a bonus, here’s Jennifer shooting a 50-cal in a vinyl catsuit:
Donate at this link. Please note on your donation that you’re donating for Team Hast. Thanks in advance! As an added bonus, here’s another quick video:
Thanks again. Donate and get checked.
Kilt shadow selfie
Go donate toward the cause here.
Most of y’all already know that September means wearing a kilt. I wear a kilt to raise awareness and funding for male specific cancers. Yes, all September. Here I am at the liquor store:
Why yes, I am carrying a .45 in that photo. The shop’s proprietor, “Mom,” asks me every year why I’m wearing a skirt in her hard Korean accent. I’ve tried to explain, but English is not her strongest understanding. This is just part of the job. Over the next thirty days, I hope you’ll support my efforts in this endeavor. There will be challenges and promotions. I’ll do stupid things to earn your sponsorship. Please be gentle. Go here: link. Donate and tag my name to your donation. It’s a great cause and we’ll have fun.
We’ve had a few hot days this year, but overall it’s been a fairly mild summer. But, on those hot ones, just watch out! That’s when the squirrels melt in the trees.
It was seriously hot that day. I love the look on the squirrel’s face too. He looks like, “you’re getting awful close to me, and that might mean my demise, but I don’t have the energy to run in this damned heat.”