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The age of man is waning thanks to an increasingly coddled, lost and emasculated generation of Millennial Males.
Humorist and noted social commentator Lex Jurgen breaks down 99 rules for manhood that may just save the future of mankind. From the sacred to the profane, a beginner’s handbook if you will for millions of men raised on participation trophies, unmerited esteem, and non-science based specialty diets.
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Excerpts from the Book
Men Are Never the Biggest Pussy in the Room
There is an old joke about two hunters in the woods being chased by a bloodthirsty bear. The dumber one tells the other, “There’s no way we can outrun this damn bear. We’re going to die”. The smarter guy says, “I don’t need to outrun the bear. I just need to outrun you.” So informs the Theory of Male Relativity. That is, compared to all other men on this planet, you are either more or less manly.
Men Do Not Fear the Weather
Sometimes it rains. That’s a reality we all deal with. But men do not carry umbrellas. Ever. What are you afraid of? Getting wet? Catching the sniffles? It is just water and you’re no longer six and being hustled by your mother to shelter. She has maternal instinct and a desire to protect you from harm. You’re a man and you can military press your own weight. Do you take waterproof gear with you in the shower?
Lex Jurgen is a noted satirist and social commentator.
It’s unclear who’s noting that other than his parents and perhaps the Dubuqe Police. Jurgen is the editor of the controversial media and celebrity site WWTDD.com, as well as the host of The Last Men on Earth podcast.