(PG-13: Language) YouTubers BriTANicK come back from the dead with a skit about a rec league basketball player who can’t shoot a free throw because he’s distracted by his teammate’s comment about his head.
In our relationships with others we need to strive to ask for what we want. To complain when we don't get the results we wanted. And to make our own desires as clear as possible. The post Passive Aggressive Mis-Communication appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Because young boys are presumed to be hormone-fueled animals capable of anything in pursuit of sex -- not innocent. The post What I Tell My Teenage Son to Say if He Has to Talk to the Police appeared first on The Good Men Project.
As the world prepares for Super Bowl weekend, Matt Sweetwood interviews NFL’s Steve Weatherford! The post The NFL’s Steve Weatherford: Super Fitness Role Model and Super Dad Role Model appeared first on The Good Men Project.
College Humor comedian Mike Trapp pleads with prospective parents to stop naming their children Michael, making some very valid points about the massive quantity of people in the U.S. who share the same first name. We suppose things could be worse though.
You know stress kills, but do you know how to get rid of stress? The post Stress is Killer appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Givenchy creative director Ricardo Tisci turns the Nike Dunk into a street boxing shoe. It has a leather upper, Lunarlon insole and memory foam in its tongue and collar. It will also be available in white/black and white/red. Drops 2/11/16 for $300.
Thoreau said it well: “It is not enough to be busy. The question is: what are we busy about?” The post How to Escape the Busy-ness Trap appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Are you afraid of the things that make you different? The post I’m The Guy with the Female Brain: Expanding Our View of Manhood appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Kat Secaida found a place where she could be herself, and it changed her life. The post My Life Starts on 2K15 appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Wai Sallas on the failures of the NFL and why we won't be watching the Superbowl this year. The post Calling a Time Out from the NFL appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Awesomer favorite Marquese “Nonstop” Scott gives us a glimpse inside his mind and the inspiration that drives his amazing dance performances, then he performs his smooth moves 115ft off the ground, dangling from a building on a rope and a harness. BTS here.
Mazda sent us to Colorado to test their latest all-wheel drive tech (and we’ll cover that on 95octane soon enough.) But they also gave us a special treat – time behind the wheel of new MX-5s shod in Bridgestone Blizzak tires, then set us loose on the ice and snow.
Will Valentine’s Day be a celebration of many magic moments shared during the past year, or an exchange of pricey stuff you hope will paper over a few cracks? The post Rituals of Love. What’s More Important than Roses and Chocolate? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Ever wonder what your future wife is thinking? Daniel Dowling has a letter from her that you need to read. The post A Letter From Your Future Wife appeared first on The Good Men Project.
After attaching a pulsejet to a kettle, a bicycle and a go-kart, Colin Furze continues his fiery tradition by attaching the jet engine to his motorized drift trike. A rider is probably optional with this mod. Turn the volume down.
Rick Sanchez enjoys an open dialogue with his daughter Sydney. They get especially talkative in the few minutes before lights out. In this episode, Sydney is reduced to tears recounting the bullying she is experiencing. The post Seven Minutes to Bedtime: A Dad and Daughter’s Podcast on the Reality of Bullying appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Author, John McElhenney, still tries to see the balance in his divorce decree. But after losing everything twice, he's convinced we men need to fight for equal consideration after the marriage has ended. The post The Homeless Dads: The Bad Deal Divorce appeared first on The Good Men Project.
After 55 years of being by his side every day, being apart was more than she could handle when my dad became ill. The post Is it Possible to Die of a Broken Heart? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
After nearly cutting off a limb with her chopping robot, engineer Simone Giertz built another somewhat askew robotic assistant, though this one is much more likely to make her die from embarrassment than blood loss. We think she should marry Mehdi Sadaghdar.