I don’t usually pay close attention to what other guys are wearing, but the other day I couldn't help but notice the footwear on my coworker, Chaz. He happened to be sporting a pair of checkered Vans.
With the start of another school year I am reminded of the many different school house games like tag, red light green light, mother may I, stick ball, dodgeball, kickball or king of the hill. Here's a list of five popular games amongst grade school kids...
Being romantic isn't my strong suit, I've been told. It's not from a lack of effort, and it's not because my heart's not in it. We all have our shortcomings. Donald Trump can’t comb his hair. Roger Clemens can’t admit he did steroids. Tony Romo can’t win big games. And I'm not very good at being romantic. I'm pretty sure there are plenty of guys who are in the same boat. Maybe we just don't feel comfortable performing romantic acts. Or we struggle to come up with "the perfect romantic gesture". Or maybe there's a fear of being laughed at. Whatever the excuse, we need to put forth the effort, guys. So I've decided to come up with a list of simple, romantic gestures that can help romantically challenged men gain a little confidence in their ability to be romantic.
It will be a night you won't soon forget, so gather your girl friends and get ready for a 'Women's Night Out' complete with a fashion show and 'Dancing With the Stars' super hot Val Chmerkovskiy, plus there's lots more to see and do. So mark your calendars for July 11th, at the Abilene Civic Center.