Friday, August 15, 2008

Man Up!! Part 9

What time is it?? It's Man Up Time!! So with no further ado let's get right into it. Remember this blog represents what we consider to be Man Up Rules. So, each week we'll add to the list just based off of our observations and perspectives. So be sure to check back weekly. Note: Most rules apply to men/boys age 13 and older (except where noted). Also, the rules are in no particular order.

Man Up Rule #34:
Sports Athletes are truly gifted individuals that have abilities to run faster, hit harder, throw farther, and jump higher than the average person can. However, if you can't excel in a particular sport by training, practicing, and working hard then you don't deserve to really play. For those of you men that feel you have to use performance enhancing drugs in order to get stronger we say Man The Hell Up!! You're tainting the sports we've come to love since young boys and you're ruining them for the younger generations coming up. But then again, go ahead keep it up we hope your balls shrink up on you. LoL.

(This is just damn ridiculous!!)

Man Up Rule #35:

It may have been cool when the Fonz (Image 1) did it back when happy days was still on the air. But for some reason guys have started flipping their collars up again. This look is a no go. There is no reason for your collar to be flipped up. It looks ridiculous and it may be an unknown indicator of your status. So, please do not adopt this look even if you see it being done on TV. If you look at Image 2 and 3 they're actually double violations. The Pink Shirt/collar flipped (Image 2), and The unbuttoned shirt/collar flipped (Image 3).

(Image 1)
(Image 2)(Image 3)

Man Up Rule #36:

The V-Neck T-Shirt doesn't make to much sense. Especially when you have the option to wear just a regular crew neck t-shirt. I guess if you're wearing like a V-Neck sweater then you should wear a v-neck t-shirt. But regardless we are banning them. I mean what's damn the V for anyway? Men don't have cleavage or anything to show off so why not just wear a regular t-shirt?

(Johnathan Rhys-Meyers)

To Be Continued...

Brothers' Perspective



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