Sports are a genuinely wonderful thing. There’s nothing that can match the thrill and adrenaline rush of cheering on your favorite team or watching someone come inches away from victory only to have it snatched away. Sports are something that can be an incredibly personal experience but can also be at it’s best when shared with other people. There’s a real sense of community when it comes to sporting events as everyone comes together to share in something that you all truly love. The problem is that sports, and sports fans, in particular, have a bit of a reputation problem. A lot of the time the image that the world has of sports fans is of loud, rude, and sometimes even violent people who seem to want to spoil the whole experience for the rest of us. Sports should never be something that makes people feel unsafe or unwelcome so, with that in mind, here are some simple ways to be a better sports fan and how to encourage others to do the same.
If you are not doing anything tonight and live in the Farmingdale, NY area, get down to Parkside Christians on Motor Avenue to enjoy some local beers. The Hopster Beer Company and Long Island Ales Collaborate to create 6 Fine Brews! Bring your Friends and family. Help make this a success as they serve Mango Double IPA, Rasberry Red Ale, Honey Porter ,4 Hopped IPA, Vanilla Porter & Czech Pilsner.
When you discovered you were going to be a parent for the first time there was a lot of high fiving, many tears and then the reality of how the future is going to shape up. Financial pressure goes off the scale. It’s time to buy more equipment than you realised existed. You purchased the perfect pram and car seat and then boof, it hit you. There is no way that your awesome ride is going to cope with the change. Time to buy a sensible dad car.
You’ve seen examples of other men’s caves (not a euphemism) and now it’s time to build your own. There is nothing more freeing and relaxing than disappearing into your cave and enjoying some man time. The problem isn’t that you want a cave – it’s where to build the cave. A lot of average homes don’t have room for a pool table or a home theatre so space is a factor. However, if you are determined you can make it happen. Here are the best locations for your new man pad.
Guest post for The Guy Corner NYC from iManscape.com
The first thing that pops into your head when you think manscaping is having absolutely no hair below the belt. The phrase has been associated with this sort of grooming for a long time now but there’s actually a lot more to manscaping than shaving down there.