list of 45 man tips. . Your father probably told you a few things, butturt in case he wasn' t around enough, here are some words of wisdom you might have missed list of 45 man tips Your father probably told you a few things butturt in case he wasn' t around enough here are some words wisdom might have missed
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Your father probably told you a few things, butturt in case he wasn' t around enough,
here are some words of wisdom you might have missed out en:
Buy high quality teem, SO you only have to buy them anee.
Keep a change of clothes at the office.
Never hit anyone unless they are an immediate threat.
Every hat sheild serve a purpose.
Never take her to the movies en the first date.
Learn to wet shave.
Nothing leeks mere badass than a suit.
Shave with the grain en the first hoveround.
Always leek a person in the eye when you talk to them.
Buy a plunger before we need a plunger.
Exercise makes we happy. Run, lift, and play sports.
Brush your teeth before we put en your tie.
A small ammend of your paycheck sheild go directly to your savings account every
month.
14. Call Mom and Dad every week.
15. Never wear a elven tie.
16. Give a firm handshake.
IT Compliment her shoes.
18. Never leave a pint unfinished.
19. If we aren' t confident, fake it. It will come around.
20. You can tell the size of a man by the size of things that bother him.
21. Be einstiens of your body language.
22. The only reasen to ever point a gun at sameone is if we intend to shoot them.
Period.
23. Always stand to shake ' s hand.
24. Never lend anything we ean' t afford to lese.
25. Ask mere than we answer. Everybody likes to talk about themselves.
as Never have sex with anyone that deosn' t want it as much as we.
27. Go for women out of your league. You may end up surprised.
28. Manliness is not only being able to take care of yourself, but others as well.
29. Go with the decision that will make for a good story.
30. When we walk, leek straight ahead, not at your feet.
31. Nice geys den' t finish last, boring geys do.
32. Find your passion and figure out hew to get paid for it.
33. Donut let the little head do the thinking for the big head.
34. No matter er status, everyone deserves your respect
444: 5
35. The most important thing we can learn is personal responsibility. Bad things happen;
it' s to them.
36. The first ene to get angry lases.
37. A man does what needs to be done without complaining.
38. Never stop learning.
39. Always go out into public dressed like we' re about to meet the laye of your life.
40. Donut change to make sameone happy.
41. If we' re the smartest person in the reem, we' re in the wrong room.
all the prepared.
43. Women find confidence sexy as hell.
44. Do whatever we want to do, but be the best at it.
45. No ene is en their deathbed wishing they spent mere time at werk
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#8 - appleisland
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41:   
So teaches are always in the wrong room?
41:
So teaches are always in the wrong room?
User avatar #100 to #8 - AudaciousBS
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Just because they know the most doesn't make them the smartest.
#175 to #8 - anon id: b106c7c3
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>One person in every room is in the wrong room
>I'm in the wrong room...I'm the only one in the room
User avatar #97 to #8 - tenmillionbears
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What is 41 even implying? Is it saying that you should be in a room with people just as smart as you? Technically, 1 person in every room is in the wrong room because there will always be a smartest person.
#167 to #97 - anon id: 4c04d429
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Don't be arrogant.
#134 to #97 - anon id: a8112373
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It means to always challenge yourself. Never be satisfied with being the best of the worst. It is always better to be the worst of the best.
User avatar #221 to #134 - zorororonoa
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(03/28/2013) [-]
very well put anon
#203 to #8 - lionti
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(03/28/2013) [-]
my old english teacher was so stupid she thought the sun was closer to the earth than the moon, because the sun is bigger than the moon...no ****, that stupid bitch really thought that
User avatar #9 to #8 - therealtjthemedic
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(03/27/2013) [-]
>teachers
>smartest
User avatar #13 to #9 - thereisaguy
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Well they should be in kindergarten.
User avatar #14 - Shiny
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"Don't change yourself just to make someone happy."

Which basically nullifies the rest of the list
#246 to #14 - coontang
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(03/29/2013) [-]
I disagree; what is wrong with changing yourself to make yourself happy? I think that is the consensus of this list; not to make other people happy but to aspire to become a better person. I guess what #40 means is don't try to be someone that you are not just because someone wants you to be that person.
User avatar #60 to #14 - killerliquid
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It's not changing yourself, it's evolving yourself that makes this list work.
#204 to #60 - methead
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change=evolve

same concept, same ****.
User avatar #217 to #204 - killerliquid
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Evolving is to be something better than once was. In that sense, change is different than evolving since change can either be good or bad or even neutral.
#231 to #217 - methead
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evolution is not nessesary becoming better, its just a long period change.

you could evolve to have no sight. i dont see that as "better". If by evolving, you are thinking about technology, that would be simply upgrading.

And plus humans cant "evolve" their personality or themselves, in this context, its only called change. An example of evolution would be like, 10,000 years of humans adapting to the cold, thus having more hair on our body.

Changing your personality or who you are is not evolution. Its just change.
User avatar #18 to #14 - monkeywithgun
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(03/27/2013) [-]
Making yourself more suitable for others will make you happy in the long run from the benefits of doing so.
User avatar #41 - funnyjunktitan
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Everyone deserves my respect? No. They earn respect. If I start handing it out like it's nothing, it becomes nothing.
User avatar #179 to #41 - rhetoricalfunny
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Yes, because your respect is obviously such a sought after commodity, I can see why everyone would want some of your oh so valuable respect.
User avatar #226 to #41 - zorororonoa
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I think the point is to not disrespect someone based on first impressions. When you first meet someone, show respect as a fellow human being, and if they turn out to be a dick, then they have lost your respect.
User avatar #126 to #41 - anonymouzx
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Well, yes but they should all start off with it. If you don't give them your respect first, your're just a dick.
User avatar #130 to #41 - crampypmarc
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So when you're walking down the street, you don't respect any person passing by you? It's either that or you've been influence too much by movies.

He's talking to the kind of respect you give by shaking someone's hand when introducing and not assuming he's less worthy than you.
User avatar #55 to #41 - superduperscooper
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Respect is first given and then lost, trust is earned. At least in my book. If you go around disrespecting all the people you meet those around you will lose respect for you.
User avatar #138 to #55 - soerd
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respecting someone and disrespecting them are two different things, just because i don't respect every single person i meet instantly doesn't mean i disrespect everyone all the time there is a neutral zone for people I don't know in which i respect or disrespect them based on their actions if they act respectably then they have earned my respect but if the act like an asshole then i'm not going to respect them.
User avatar #143 to #138 - superduperscooper
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Well that "neutral zone" as you called it would be a very fine line as I'm trying to imagine it, but I suppose you are right. Here's a scenario for you. Person (old or young, man or women, no sexual desire involved) is walking up to store entrance. You open said door and allow them to enter. Perfect stranger who you just respected, they didn't earn it but they received it because you are a "respectable person" . Now they turn around and do something rude, they then lost your respect. This is my thinking. And when you said "act like an asshole' they, for me at least, lost my respect there.
My question for you is, what would you call that zone between respect and disrespect, if its not one or the other?
User avatar #240 to #143 - soerd
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anon answered for me, acting respectfully doesn't mean i respect the specific person but that i act a certain way towards all people who i don't disrespect, i could see how some peoples concept of respect would include such an interaction but for me respect is something much stronger and much more valuable.
#237 to #143 - anon id: 79d221e2
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common courtesy and respect are different things.
#47 to #41 - Jowi
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I think his point is that you shouldn't disrespect someone because they're a waiter or something. People are people. Being nasty to someone below you just for that reason makes you a jerk
User avatar #49 to #47 - funnyjunktitan
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Respecting someone and not being an asshole to someone are 2 very different things.
#51 to #49 - Jowi
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It's respect as in respecting somebody. Disrespecting someone based on prejudice of age, nationality, social class etc. makes you a jerk.
#15 - dof
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I read it as "never hit on anyone unless they're an immediate threat."
User avatar #17 to #15 - bitchplzzz
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AY CRACCA GIMME YO MONEY
-Ayyyy gurrrrll, you lookin fiiiiine
#53 - penguinsarecool
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I don't get it. What's wrong with taking out a girl to the movies for a first date?
#59 to #53 - anon id: b050a54c
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it's cliched, and she wont remember it. Brotip: Go-karting. gerts adrenalin going, subconciously she'll think thats because you're awesome, not the petrol fumes.
User avatar #78 to #59 - slone
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but if no one brings girls to the movies anymore then when you do itll be like holy **** this guy is bringing it back. what a badass
#93 to #78 - anon id: 51c6f192
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Nope :D
User avatar #58 to #53 - devestion
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You sit there for 1 and a half not saying anything
User avatar #116 to #58 - icytime
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Where should you bring a girl then?
User avatar #171 to #116 - Mojake
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Cafe/Restaurant.

I took my girlfriend to a small cafe on our first date for a sandwich and a hot chocolate; we just sat and talked for ages.
#16 - shrinkzz
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I approve of this list
User avatar #42 - ericforeman
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I'm good with all of those except that one about everyone deserving you respect. Respect is earned, it is not deserved for nothing.
User avatar #67 to #42 - lolollo
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It's probably meant to be read "don't automatically be a disrespectful dick" more than "always give everyone your respect ever"
#75 to #42 - slone
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people can lose your respect but when you meet someone you shouldnt disrespect them until they prove to you that their worth it

for example: im assuming from the way this is worded that youre pulling inspiration for this comment from that picture with the facebook picture about pop stars and how you need to respect them and the quote on the bottom about how they did nothing to earn respect, but even though that quote is funny and fits with the picture, its not something youd want to live by. the reason being that if you had never heard of one of those pop stars before and you didnt know any of their work you wouldnt and shouldnt have any contempt for them, youd respect them as much as everyone else, but since you know how ****** they are as people and how terrible their "art" is you have no respect for them
#48 to #42 - Jowi
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I think his point is that you shouldn't disrespect someone because they're a waiter or something. People are people. Being nasty to someone below you just for that reason makes you a jerk
#205 to #48 - methead
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exactly, but if they are disrespectful to people or are cocky, they dont deserve your respect.
#11 - mrnomnomnom
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I got a feel from this whole thing...great tips though.
I got a feel from this whole thing...great tips though.
#84 - anon id: 3c606578
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"If you aren't confident fake it." I figure that out many years ago and it was one of the most important and best things that changed my life for better.
User avatar #133 to #84 - wacemindu
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what if you're not confident enough to fake it?
User avatar #136 to #133 - cadenzabrony
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fake being confident enough to fake being confident
#46 - baconator
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