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The Perfect Valentine’s Day for HIM!

February 7, 2008

Brothers, Valentine’s Day is almost here in the USA and our stomachs along with our wallets, are tightening up as usual. Here’s some thought on how our brothers in Asia are spending their day, according to wikipedia. Thanks to a concentrated marketing effort, Valentine’s Day has emerged in Japan and Korea as a day on which women, and less commonly men, give candy, chocolate or flowers. It has become an obligation for many women to give chocolates to all male co-workers. In Japan this is known as giri-choko (義理チョコ), from the words giri (“obligation”) and choko, (“chocolate”). This contrasts with honmei-choko (本命チョコ); chocolate given to a loved one. Friends, especially girls, may exchange chocolate referred to as tomo-choko (友チョコ); from tomo meaning “friend”. Here’s how our favorite gems of the female gender will more than likely spend their Valentine’s Day: 8:15 Wakeup to hugs and kisses from... See More Tour Details »

Bride Sues Florist Over Wrong Flower Color

November 13, 2007

Elana Glatt, formerly Elana Elbogen, is sueing her wedding florist (she’s also an attorney) for $400,000 for “egregriously” failing to match the color scheme she had requested for her floral arrangements. The flowers cost $27,435.14. We can’t get over the fact that the lawsuit asks for more than $400,000 in restitution and damages. WOW! According to the New York Post article: Not only was the color wrong, Ms. Glatt said in the lawsuit, filed on Friday in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, but the hydrangeas were wilted and brown, and arranged in dusty vases without enough water. Their pastel colors clashed with the linens, favor boxes, wedding cake and décor at Cipriani 42nd Street, the luxurious restaurant where she and her husband, David Glatt, held their reception, Ms. Elana Glatt said. ‘The use of predominantly pastel centerpieces had a significant impact on the look of the room and was entirely inconsistent with the vision the plaintiffs had bargained for,’... See More Tour Details »

The Entitlement Queen Visits Burger King

March 8, 2007

Every now and then we like to spotlight some of our incoming email. We received this enlightening email from maybe a man (could be a woman?) in Florida named “HappilyMarriedinFL”. Mr H writes: “You guys are so delusional, it’s not even funny. Did you ever think for one moment that maybe you’re all so jaded and cynical….that maybe THAT’S the reason you’re alone. To stereotype all women in one category just shows why feminism still exists. Unfortunately, it’s because sexist guys like you give the rest of us a bad rap. While you’re feeling all angry and bitter, I’ll be getting busy with my beautiful and s**y wife who is also the mother of my 4 awesome kids. Enjoy YOUR night! Ciao!” I rather enjoyed receiving this email. I found it hard to believe that it may be written by one of my brothers on Earth. If it truly was written by a brother, why would he be visiting dumpyourwifenow.com, if he’s so happy? If... See More Tour Details »

The Key To Understanding Modern American Women

March 2, 2007

The key to understanding modern American women is to realize that, starting from a very early age, basically from about the time they start learning to talk, every event and experience in their lives takes on a very powerful emotional subtext. This is not to imply, of course, that men’s lives do not have emotional subtexts. It is merely to state that, for women, the emotional subtext of everyday events and experiences is often much more powerful than it is for men. For a woman, nearly everything that happens in her life, including things that most men would consider to be trivial or mundane, is heavily freighted with significant emotional meaning. There are many important consequences to this, but for men, there are certain key implications that are very important to understand. One of these is that women are always “right”. By the time they reach early adulthood, at about the age of 25 or so, women develop a very strong sense of moral rectitude. They are certain they know... See More Tour Details »

NY Times Puts Lipstick On A Pig

February 8, 2007

Brothers! One morning Sam “Mangina” Roberts of the New York Times dished out a huge pile of horse-hockey out of his rear. And news channels and papers sucked this up as if it was gospel. Brace yourself brothers! Mangina Roberts is guilty of making up numbers for the 2005 US Census data in his article “51% of Women Are Now Living Without Spouse” (no link given to this pile of dung – search the engine Google for it). Marc Rudov over at Men’s News Daily pounces on it in our defense: “The NYT’s new conclusion is that, on average, only 49 percent of American women are married and living with their spouses — a new low. Breaking it down by race, this 49 percent average is: 30 percent of black women, 49 percent of Hispanic women, 55 percent of non-Hispanic white women, and 60 percent of Asian women. The article (by The New York Times) goes on to say that, despite the picture for married women, 53 percent of men are married and living with their spouses.... See More Tour Details »

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