Results For "complaints"
Jun 22
man complaining to his wife

Do not bring me a complaint without having a solution to go along with it. Do NOT bring me a complaint without having a solution to go along with it. Repeat this to yourself, your staff, and the people in your life that have shown signs of that disease called woebeme. Stop whining, stop whinging, be solution-oriented, nobody cares. Harsh? Of course it is. Necessary? Yeah, if you want to be a successful person. The spirit of innovation starts with finding solutions for complex problems. It’s from that essence that entrepreneurship is born. It glows bright, energizes you, and even if you’re on the chain gang of a Corporate company, others will see it. You become an answer-man, as opposed to a complainer. Nobody likes a complainer Is it me, or does it seem like our sex comes into play with the way we view… [Read more]

Nov 26
man and woman talking

One of the chief complaints women have with the dating game is that there are quite a few guys who they assume “fear commitment”. In the past when I heard this accusation I would translate it to “he won’t make me exclusive in the time I have decided is reasonable”. Many times the guy doesn’t fear commitment, he just doesn’t want to commit to YOU—but you know this already. Most men will commit once they find a woman who they want to be with – or can’t be without but there are some who like to fly free and the following list is an attempt to explain why they feel better alone. A List of 5 Reasons That Some Men Fear Commitment 1. Warning from Married Friends When you have more than a few buddies who took their vows early telling you to enjoy life… [Read more]

Oct 17
Ice and Coco T

Awhile back I did an article on men getting penile implants for the sake of feeling “manly” around other men rather than for sexual prowess as they would like us to believe. As with many other insecurities that are 100% on a personal level there is always a tendency to place blame on the opposite sex whenever we are the ones who truly dislike ourselves. On a personal level I have dated 2 very different women, one was top heavy (big breasts) with gams that were envied by most onlooking women–but her butt was small, and another had a donk (plump booty) but her breasts were at most a B-cup. Would you believe that both of these women would complain on a constant basis for lack of having a big ass or breasts? In my man’s mind I wondered at their complaints because to me… [Read more]

Aug 23
lane cries to draper

There’s something that just feels wrong about a man who whines and complains. Nobody has patience for it, and nobody wants to hear it. Machismo has always been attributed to the strong, silent type; men who take action when the time calls for it but keep it to themselves otherwise. The only acceptable time for a man to complain is prior to action and if there is no intent on action then that man becomes every bit akin to a barking Chihuahua – loud, annoying, and only able to garner sympathy from his owners. We have all been in the presence of a complaining, whiny man and I am more than sure that he grated on your nerves as much as he would mine. Men, if you want to stand apart in society then you have to pick and choose your verbal battles and avoid… [Read more]

Aug 09
two girls giggling

Part One: It’s Deeper Than The Women Recently I read a wonderful post by Peter Lloyd on the topic of male enhancement surgery and the huge surge of men rushing out to get it. The article touched on the self-image issues that many men have, especially in the penis size department and the drastic steps we take to get past it. Mr. Lloyd’s points were solid, especially concerning the impact size has in the love life and personal life of men worldwide. But the one portion of his article that I couldn’t agree on was the assertion that it is the fault of women that we are so penis-conscious. I move that it is our own fault gentlemen, and it is something that we put on each other from the time that we are innocent children playing in the bathtub to adults comparing ourselves to… [Read more]

Apr 10
Frustrated woman

I have always held the opinion that if you had a choice in your employment ( as in anything above slavery) then you have no place to complain to people about it. To be honest about it, I think this of anything in life; if there is a choice to opt out, then stop whining and opt out! Let me explain further for people sitting in the nose-bleeds; if I work at a bank and hate my boss, during a time where many of the people I know are out of work and unable to get a job much less benefits… the moment I open my mouth to complain about how I hate my job and boss, then I am seen as a whiner. There is a thin line between complaining and whining which is separated by the way it comes off to others. If… [Read more]