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SO-CALLED “MENS” MAGAZINES ARE FOR GIRLY MEN!

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AWD was recently in an office waiting room that had a copy of Esquire magazine on the coffee table. I’ve seen magazines of this sort in the past and always chuckle at how some pencil-necked, New York wuss writer tries to write about what they imagine life as a man would be. As if they’d know! I guess these are the people that started the “metrosexual” fiasco in which males now try to be women with the only difference being standing up while peeing….or at least trying. The term “metrosexual” seems to basically signify homosexuals who reside in metropolitan areas.

These “mens” magazines are filled with worthless girly crap. Oh sure, they’ll tell you all the details of the latest $8,000 bicycle that is made of polybiometric tubular molecules or where you can buy a $4,000 Italian jacket that looks like something you saw on a homeless bum…if the bum was a homosexual bum in a metro. I went to Esquire.com to check out all the stylish acoutrements (look it up, Mikey) and saw they were discussing a $60,000 watch! Like any of the poofters reading Esquire will run out and buy a $60,000 watch! The only way I’d ever spend $60 large on a watch is if James Bond wore it and it controlled a guided missile! And then I wouldn’t!

Another area of interest in all these magazines is gourmet food and fancy wines and crap like that. Nothing says “poofter” to a first-date filly than for her date to order a lemon chicken almondini pasta with a volcanic vinaigrette on a bed of free range grown basil and sh*t. Another sign of poofterness is a male who says the food is “marvelous” and the dessert “was to die for!” Yum! Any of these terms and the curvy babe will know she’ll be opening her own doors but won’t have to worry about that good night kiss. What the curvy filly really wants is a man that will say, “Garcon, I want food! Big food! Keep it coming until the button on my pants shoots across the room and drills a hole in somebody’s head!” Womerns like that. Fillies got to eat too!

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  1. Published by Liberals

    February 7th, 2013

    Try
    Weapon type magazines
    Guns & Ammo
    If there isn’t a hot rod or gun on the cover.
    It’s for Nancy Boys

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  2. thirdtwin

    February 7th, 2013

    It is my theory that these magazines are for wealthy closeted homosexual males to look at idealized male partners draped in swank, and for young male homosexuals to fantasize about being the kept man in a cabin boy lifestyle.

    I get Forbes magazine, and it comes packaged each month with its own cabin boy companion magazine called Forbes Life. That is some high-falutin’ gayness right there. I’m starting to wonder about ol’ Stevie and his stable of Saudi princes.

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  3. NCO77

    February 7th, 2013

    To be truly punchworthy, all you need is a pair of skinny jeans and a bluetooth sticking out of your ear. It is our duty to leave a knuckle mark on thier forehead.

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  4. Billy Fuster

    February 7th, 2013

    I’m crackin’ up.

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  5. Jethro

    February 7th, 2013

    I always save my American Hunter and Outdoor Life magazines for when I take plane trips. I get a kick out of watching the reactions of people I sit next to – either horror or curiosity – especially the women.
    I always make sure to keep the large pictures of dead animals or “SCARY” personal defense weapons wide open for all to see….

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  6. Bad Brad

    February 7th, 2013

    Subscribers are easy to find. They are the guys that move quickly through the free weight area of the gym on their way the Spin Classes.

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  7. Liberals write most magazines

    February 7th, 2013

    Most magazines are written by liberals for liberals.
    Full of liberal talking points.

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  8. thirdtwin

    February 7th, 2013

    @Bad Brad…

    I don’t exercise unless I’m sawing, mowing, nailing, screwing or splitting something in the process. And yes, that includes multiple definitions of some of those words ;>)

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  9. Bad Brad

    February 7th, 2013

    thirdtwin,
    ” nailing, screwing or splitting something in the process”

    I’m impressed.

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  10. B. Hussein Obama

    February 7th, 2013

    Well, I just love GQ, Esquire, Maxim, and …

    oh! … oh! … Playboy or PlaySomething …

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  11. Plain Jane

    February 7th, 2013

    The article was hilarious, and I agree.

    In 1972 I did some research on men’s fashion, so I purchased, borrowed, etc. men’s magazines like GQ and Playboy. I don’t recall Esquire. At that time, I was surprised when I came to the conclusion that even Playboy was for fancy-males. The nudies were a cover. The articles, clothing and accoutrements were girly. Real men don’t need the porn.

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  12. Whitey Bulger

    February 7th, 2013

    The last, genuine masculine article to be published by any publication, at least on the left, was “Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche.” That article was published in Playboy back in 1986(at least I think it was the year it was published) Ever since then, all these magazines do is to push their idea of masculinity on the rest of us. The problem is that too many people accept this crap and start to parrot it. Time for a real, god-given disaster to strike the entire planet and make everyone fight for survival.

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  13. Althing79

    February 7th, 2013

    I love how magazines like Maxim think that a few soft-core pics of the new flavor of the week Hollywood whore makes them a “men’s” magazine when they’re pushing fashions you’ll only see on the locker room floor at Obammy’s old hangout Man’s Country. I think the anti-metrosexual revolution is growing especially with beards becoming so much more popular recently. Gotta love a good ‘ol rebellious backlash.

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  14. MNHawk

    February 8th, 2013

    A few weeks ago Powerline was inundated with a bunch of Esquire reading “men,” after getting linked there.

    They’re every bit as bright as you would expect.

    It also got me curios to check out the website where I quickly noted such high information fare as an article on the history of Warren Beatty’s trousers and how to dress up for an inauguration.

    Barack Obama’s America on display.

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