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How to Pick Your Right Girl: Dating Advice From 1944 | The Art of Manliness

For $.98 cents you too can unlock the mystery of getting along with girls.<p>In one of the old men’s magazines I have in my collection, I spotted an ad …

A Man's Guide to the Scarf | The Art of Manliness

Most men’s scarves are approximately 10 inches wide, 70 inches long, and made from either a solid or patterned cut of cloth designed to wrap around …

Student Fashion: A Guide To Dressing Well At School

At the beginning of student life, there’s something charming about just scraping by. You’re sleeping no more than 2 hours a night, skipping any class …

Jazz for Beginners: How to Listen to Jazz | The Art of Manliness

Jazz.<p>It’s the music that many men say they like, but don’t actually know anything about.<p>Which is a shame for a whole host of reasons.<p>For starters, …

Old-School Men's Hair Products: Pomades, Brylecreem, and Hair Tonic | The Art of Manliness

So you’ve decided to upgrade your hairstyle from your boyish, middle school spiky in the front get-up to a manly <i>Mad Men</i> haircut with a nice taper and …

6 Reasons You Should Own a Survival Bow & Arrow | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This guest post by Creek Stewart first appeared at willowhavenoutdoor.com</i>.<p>I am a big fan of the bow and arrow for a variety of …

Eat Your Way To Flat Abs With These Super Foods

Avocados<p>These little green guys are nutrition goldmines! They contain lots of the "good" fats—i.e. mono-saturated fats—which fill you up, but don't …

How to Be an Awesome Uncle | The Art of Manliness

Psychologists tell us that one of the most, if not <i>the</i> most important factor in our happiness is the number of quality relationships in our lives. …

How to Make Flavored Toothpicks | The Art of Manliness

Since literally the dawn of man, toothpicks have been used as a tooth-cleaning device. With the advent of tooth-brushing and flossing, however, …

The Best Stocking Stuffers for Men 2017 | The Art of Manliness

Yesterday we covered stocking stuffers for women. Today, we’re taking on stocking stuffers for men. While the broad strokes may be familiar — small …

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5 Types of Friends Every Man Needs | The Art of Manliness

Evolutionary biologist and author Robin Dunbar argues that the average human can sustain about 150 friendships. Now, that term is used quite loosely …

How to Lose Weight and Still Eat Man Food | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Justin Fauci of Lean Muscle Project.</i><p>When you hear the word “diet” what’s the first thing that comes to …

3 Southern Comfort Food Recipes to Slow Down and Savor | The Art of Manliness

As kids, Momma would always allow my sister Ashley and I to pencil our dinner ideas into a monthly calendar. For her, such a practice created one …

4 Manly Lessons from Minor League Baseball | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Vance Albitz, AAA Infielder, St. Louis Cardinals.</i><p>Take away the high salaries of the major league ballplayers …

The Science of Facial Hair: What Signals Do Beards, Stubble, and Mustaches Send to Others? | The Art of Manliness

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a yes or no answer to every question of aesthetics?<p>It’s certainly how magazines and pop culture presents things when …

Manly Slang from the 19th Century | The Art of Manliness

While writing our first book, <i>The Art of Manliness: Classic Skills and Manners for the Modern Man</i>, we decided to throw a few old-time 19th century …