How to: Buy Jeans
In recent years, jeans have become acceptable attire just about anywhere—even at the office. But with this freedom comes great responsibility. Please be judicious with your denim and observe the following rules.
How to: Wear Facial Hair
When it comes to having the perfect amount of scruff or fuzz, you’ve got to be objective. It’s one thing to pull a Zach Galifianakis, but it’s another thing entirely to whip out your inner Gandalf. What do we recommend? Know thy face and know it well. Just as the right coloured shirt can bring out your eyes, the right type of facial hair can accentuate your bone structure and emphasize the parts of your face you want emphasized. Even the most A-list of men can’t pull off just any mass of face-hair. So we’ve taken the liberty of compiling a handy guide.
How to: Land a Plane
Are you ready for the ultimate test of grace under pressure? Because it’s time to land a plane. By yourself. This is the one, the ultimate—this will separate the MacGyvers from the MacGrubers. First things first: you should probably never actually do this.
How to: Survive a Bite
Every man gets bit ten by something (or someone) at some point. Know what to do when your time comes.
How to: Be a Gentleman at a Restaurant
You might not like to hear this, but bad customers usually receive bad customer service. Treat your waiter nice—after all, he’s the one handling your food. Here are some tips for ensuring a solid relationship with your server.
How to: Master the Grill
With summer in full swing, now’s the time to crank open the grill. However, grilling is not just about throwing some meat on the BBQ. Here are some grilling techniques to get the most of out this warm weather and succulent meat.
How to: Drive Like a Gentleman
We’re not advocating road rage, we don’t want to see you swerving into the shoulder to pass little old ladies, but sometimes the roads would be a lot safer if the timid, incompetent and/or oblivious drivers would just stay home. Here is a brief look at freeway felons.
How to: Choose Clothes to Stay Cool
If you don’t have a bucket of water at reach every time you start to sweat, keeping cool in the summer months can be a challenge.