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  • MyDaydream90 2012/12/05 18:29:30
    Thick beard
    MyDaydream90
    +8
    A thick beard is one of nature's indicators for masculinity. Women don't usually have thick beards; men do. I know plenty of women who drive pickup trucks. They're just vehicles and aren't inherently manly at all. Bar fights are stupid and, once again, women engage in such behavior as well. Being able to cry is a part of being human. It's basic emotional expression and it doesn't make someone more or less manly. Sure, you can say that "real men" aren't afraid to express their emotions, but that's BS. All men are real men; It's not contingent upon a set of desirable character traits. Therefore, that's a moot point.

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  • )o( Belle )o( 2012/12/16 10:40:27
    Thick beard
    )o( Belle )o(
    I pressed being able to cry and it clicked thick beard :(
  • Tim 2012/12/16 02:49:41
    Bar fights
    Tim
    Bar fights.

    Nothin says "man" more than the gravel in yur guts and the spit in yur eye.
  • Jim 2012/12/07 00:24:41 (edited)
    Thick beard
    Jim
    +1
    I don't like any of these choices. Where the hell do men like these fit in?

    George Washington
  • jere.chievres 2012/12/06 21:06:47
    Bar fights
    jere.chievres
    +1
    None of the above, all of them are limp dicked.
  • darkprincess remo 2012/12/06 20:05:07
  • The Andoxico 2012/12/06 15:03:55
    Bar fights
    The Andoxico
    bar fights are stupid but the're the most manliest cuz it's a primal instinct to compete with others over mates, if unintoxicated
  • ☆GrayBeard☆ ~PWCM~JLA~ 2012/12/06 13:04:36
    Thick beard
    ☆GrayBeard☆ ~PWCM~JLA~
    +3
    What's manly is a man that acts like a man; cares for the ones he loves, controls his emotions, his temper and his mouth. Plans ahead, makes the hard choices and follows through. Is steady and reliable, one that may be counted on when the chips are down, can count on the strength of character, conscience and conviction. Values his honor, possesses integrity and ethics; he shakes your hand, you can take it to the bank and write a check on it.
    Incidentally, there are fewer and fewer of these individuals with each passing generation. For the complete opposite, see "metrosexual".
  • Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA 2012/12/06 12:50:31
    Being able to cry
    Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA
    +4
    It's not the truck, nor the beard, nor the maladjusted jerk that starts a fight when he's drank more than his limit.

    I've known some cowards with enough facial and body hair for several men. Guys that didn't know when to quit drinking, verbally and emotionally abused their loved ones, and failed to truly support and care for their families. That is the definition of a coward. Know when they break down and cry? When they finally can't avoid their failures and the denial no longer is an option. NOTE: John Boehner is not a real man. His tears are crocodile tears and he is a coward, I'm afraid.

    Kalik Sheik Mohammed has more than enough body hair. So did Osama Bin Laden and the unibomber. Cowards, all three of them.

    A real man isn't measured by any of these choices. It's his mettel, his resolve, his ethics and his heart.
  • ~ Niyala ~ 2012/12/06 11:37:21
    Being able to cry
    ~ Niyala ~
    +1
    Even I can't cry. There. I said it.
  • retrograve 2012/12/06 06:50:53
    Being able to cry
    retrograve
    +1
    I think I should of I should of clicked beard. While I don't think a man should be shamed for crying for something important I don't really care to see it. As mean and heartless as that sound.
  • gareth.ellzey 2012/12/06 06:47:21
    Being able to cry
    gareth.ellzey
    +2
    Unfortunately there was no 'none of the above' or 'other' listed. Manly is protecting and cherishing his woman.
  • SK-pro impeachment 2012/12/06 06:33:06
    Pickup truck
    SK-pro impeachment
    +1
    I have one.
  • Sedated Whispers 2012/12/06 04:44:01
    Pickup truck
    Sedated Whispers
  • Captain-Morgan 2012/12/06 04:01:49
    Thick beard
    Captain-Morgan
    +2
    Being of part Native American blood, I do have a problem growing a full thick beard. Fact that it's just been in the last 20 years I've been able to grow a little upper lip and chin hair.. I still see myself as a self made manly man.. So, can I cry at a movie? Been known to shead a tear or two on the sad ones..
  • RevBH Captain... 2012/12/06 05:07:13
    RevBH
    +3
    Don't worry about the beard thing. They just itch.
  • Purple ... Captain... 2012/12/06 12:54:17
    Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    My son in law is a wonderful, real man and he can't grow a beard to save his life. He's got Cherokee blood.
  • Captain... Purple ... 2012/12/09 18:53:47 (edited)
    Captain-Morgan
    +1
    It's in the Native DNA.. I have very little body hair.. Maybe three or four hairs on the chest, and the ladies over the years were jealous that my legs have no hair on them.. In the old days, Native Americans used cam schells to pull and remove the few hairs they had.
  • Purple ... Captain... 2012/12/09 19:09:20
    Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    Exactly!! Native American middle aged women are never plagued with mustaches. LOL. The men don't grow hair on their ears and noses either. I see that as a good thing myself. :)
  • Katt 2012/12/06 03:09:38
    Thick beard
    Katt
    +2
    I hate seeing guys cry because it makes me cry automatically =,(
    But I guess having the courage to show emotions is a manly thing to do.
  • Christopher Kirchen 2012/12/06 02:11:43
    Pickup truck
    Christopher Kirchen
    +3
    Chevy Silverado is my pick.
  • Captain... Christo... 2012/12/09 19:48:43 (edited)
    Captain-Morgan
    My Silverado is a 1975 with 128,000 miles only.. I call it Leroy.. & My 1995 Jeep YJ is called Elroy.. it has only 73,000 on it.. Both are Manly.. lol...

    1975 128000 leroy 1995 jeep yj elroy 73000 manly lol
  • Georgia50 2012/12/06 00:30:29 (edited)
    Being able to cry
    Georgia50
    +4
    My father-in-law had to bury a daughter. He literally could not cry openly at her funeral. It was hard to watch his struggle.
  • Ozymandias 2012/12/05 22:07:41
  • KB 2012/12/05 21:38:02
  • Morgan 2012/12/05 21:31:27
    Being able to cry
    Morgan
    +3
    I mean... I know I'm a girl and what not but honestly I can appreciate a man who isn't afraid to show his feelings.
  • ☆WILLIAM☆ Morgan 2012/12/06 02:40:40
  • Morgan ☆WILLIAM☆ 2012/12/06 02:45:47
    Morgan
    +3
    This video doesn't do more than make me want to tell you that I'll admit I don't want a really really sensitive person that gets hurt by everything or emotional at everything but at the same time I don't like it when girls do that either.
  • ☆WILLIAM☆ Morgan 2012/12/06 02:47:56
    ☆WILLIAM☆
    lolz. u know u wouldve done the same thing she did.
  • Morgan ☆WILLIAM☆ 2012/12/06 02:50:05
    Morgan
    Done what exactly?
  • ☆WILLIAM☆ Morgan 2012/12/06 02:52:56
    ☆WILLIAM☆
    +1
    u wouldve ditched the sensitive dude the moment an average guy showed up.
  • Morgan ☆WILLIAM☆ 2012/12/06 02:58:20
    Morgan
    +1
    I don't know. I've never been in that situation. If the guy was sensitive in that he wasn't afraid to show his feelings in a regular way like cry at seriously sad parts in movies or his feelings towards me. I'd be ok with that stuff. It's when the guy acts like a baby. Like say he and I have an argument and in arguments I try to stay calm and say how I feel without being accusatory if he started saying oh you're hurting my feelings, you're words hurt then..ya I might break up with him whether there was a normal guy or not. I'll admit I can be an immature person but like a fun silly immature person. But when it comes to serious things like arguments or discussions I'm way more mature and I want someone that can be the same way. Someone I can actually sit down and talk things out with. I'm ok with compromise as long as we are being respectful of one another, making compromises, and sticking to them.
  • Morgan Morgan 2012/12/06 02:59:09
    Morgan
    +1
    Or at least attempting to. I understand if either one of us forgets or something. At least we'd both be trying.
  • Purple ... Morgan 2012/12/06 13:01:06
    Purple Pinto ~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    You are exactly right. The person that pulls the crying, 'you're hurting my feelings' schtick when all you are trying to do is have a reasonable discussion isn't being too sensitive. They're being manipulative. They want to get their way. It is the right thing to do to avoid this kind of person.
  • The Impossible Girl ✿ 2012/12/05 20:16:50
    Being able to cry
    The Impossible Girl ✿
    +2
    Being able to cry, especially in front of others.
    I have never seen my father cry.
    There's so much stigma surrounding males showing emotions like that.
    It is not a sign of weakness. It's a sign of strength.
  • MyDaydream90 2012/12/05 18:29:30
    Thick beard
    MyDaydream90
    +8
    A thick beard is one of nature's indicators for masculinity. Women don't usually have thick beards; men do. I know plenty of women who drive pickup trucks. They're just vehicles and aren't inherently manly at all. Bar fights are stupid and, once again, women engage in such behavior as well. Being able to cry is a part of being human. It's basic emotional expression and it doesn't make someone more or less manly. Sure, you can say that "real men" aren't afraid to express their emotions, but that's BS. All men are real men; It's not contingent upon a set of desirable character traits. Therefore, that's a moot point.
  • Morgan MyDaydr... 2012/12/06 02:48:07
    Morgan
    +3
    So basically...there is no right answer. Biologically men are men and whether they have a beard, drive a pickup truck, or cry has absolutely nothing to do with it...
  • Linnster MyDaydr... 2012/12/06 02:51:46
    Linnster
    +3
    "Women don't usually have thick beards" - USUALLY? What the heck kind of women do you know? I've never seen a woman with a beard, thick or otherwise. Sheesh!
  • Katt Linnster 2012/12/06 03:07:37
    Katt
    +1
    circus bearded lady
    but seriously some women do grow massive facial hair.
  • Linnster Katt 2012/12/06 03:10:56
    Linnster
    +1
    I have never seen a woman with that kind of beard.
  • Katt Linnster 2012/12/06 03:14:46
    Katt
    +1
    Well that ^ is the circus. May not have seen them but they are out there, not that thick though. I don't think they want to be out in public walking around with a bread so I'm sure they shave it.

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