Ok so I just have to get this off my chest, probably one of the grosser things I've seen out here So it's around pm and I'm pulling into a Love's parking area. Grand Junction, CO in case anyone's wondering. Anyway, I'm driving along the lane, hugging the left side as I go and scanning the aisle for my chosen spot.
About five years ago when I was dating my future wife, I mentioned to her that I was a little embarrassed because I had a bit of shoulder and back hair. I would shave the area every few weeks, but trying to reach your back is kind of a hassle. And when I try to spin around real quick in the bathroom to catch a glance, I just end up going around a few times and getting dizzy. The thing about shaving my back is that it gets all prickly and irritated. I just wanted it gone. My girlfriend suggested I visit her esthetician. I made an appointment, telling her I would try anything once.
The problem with most of the "great books every man should read" lists is that they're always so vague. What exactly qualifies a book as "great? You know the drill. But if you're talking about a man north of 40, you're talking about a man who has seen some stuff, learned about life, and knows that he needs to have more than just a copy of Moby-Dick on his shelves to show visitors he's interesting. Here are our suggestions for 40 books that every man over the age of 40 should make the time to read or read again , and then place on his shelf for all the world to see.
The brilliant and fun breaking down of traditional expectations of masculinity through shamelessness at play here makes this one of our favorite videos we've seen from Buzzfeed US Edition U. Coronavirus News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes.