PUA Pitfalls: Cumming Inside A Girl

September 9, 2011 by  
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TheTaoOfSteve asks the question over on mASF about blowing your load internally…

TheTaoOfSteve writes:

Do you do it or do you pull out?

8% yearly failure rate with couples and the fact that SHE is responsible for taking them has kept me skeptical..

So I guess I’ll take this opportunity to share some of TC’s rules for safe sex.

First of all, every guy out there knows how much condoms suck.  They’re uncomfortable, they’re inconvenient, and they just don’t feel all that great.  So the temptation to doing sans-condom is always there.  The answer to this is, of course, doing it with a girl who’s on birth control!  After all, the chances of her getting preggers is about as good as when you wear a condom, right?

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15 Things you Should Know About Breasts

February 23, 2010 by  
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Here’s a very interesting graphic listing 15 things about breasts you should probably know.

Good stuff.

Me likes boobies!

Is A Woman’s BO The New Perfume?

February 12, 2010 by  
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Here’s an interesting article from Discovery.com about how a woman’s “natural scent” is more attractive to men than perfume.

Women looking for that special someone might want to think twice before spritzing Chanel No. 5. A new study suggests that a woman’s natural scent may be all she needs.

Recent research shows that a man’s testosterone levels, which are linked with sexual interest, are significantly higher when they smell the shirt of a woman who is ovulating. These findings could lead to the development of new fragrances that mimic this effect, and answer basic questions about human biology.

Speaking as a guy who’s dealt with a lot of women in his time, I have to say that I much prefer the smell of perfume.  lol.

Your Best Body In 1 Hour

June 28, 2007 by  
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I found a really good article over on MSN about a 1-hour workout you can do that looks really promising.  Check out this exerpt:

Fire Up Your Muscles

The strategy: Put your body in motion in ways that will recruit more muscle fibers in your workout, leading to bigger gains in the end.

The investment: 5 minutes

The drill: Junk
your traditional warmup. If this were just about getting warm, you
could sit in a hot tub. Instead, do calisthenics. They not only
hot-wire nerve pathways that connect your brain to your muscles, but
also help you move through full ranges of motion before adding weight.
If the workout is the show, this is your rehearsal. See "Kickstart Your Workout."

Target Weak Spots

The strategy: Troubleshoot problem areas to eliminate weak links and reduce injury risk.

The investment: 4 minutes

The drill: Do
any of your joints or muscles hurt? If you answer "a little" or "only
when I . . . , " see a physical therapist. And train your glutes—your
butt muscles—and your scapular muscles, which include the rhomboids,
trapezius, serratus anterior, and pectoralis minor. You don’t need to
be able to pinpoint them on a dangling skeleton. Just remember that
weakness in these areas signals "Danger: Work Ahead" for hips, knees,
and shoulders. Use the exercises in "Injury-Proof Your Body," to ward off trouble now. For years to come, your body will thank you every time you get out of bed.

Train Your Core

The strategy: Sculpt
a stable, injury-resistant core. Like a baseball team, a healthy body
needs to be strongest right up the middle. Plus, women think a tight
midsection is hot.

The investment: 8 minutes

The drill: The
core—your abs, hips, and lower back—is the most important area of your
body when it comes to injury prevention and overall performance. For
great results, train it early in your workout, while you still have the
energy and focus to put forth your best effort.

Build Your Biggest Muscles

The strategy: Lift more weight in less time to supersize the muscles you want to make bigger.

The investment: 30 minutes

The drill: Weight
training is the most critical part of a muscle-building,
strength-boosting workout. Streamline your routine with the
alternating-set system. Do one exercise, rest 1 minute, and then do
another exercise. Alternate between moves until you’ve completed all
your sets for each, then move to a new pair. This strategy allows you
to fit 15 to 20 sets in 30 minutes. And it provides sufficient stimulus
for muscle growth, provided that 90 percent of those exercises are
squats, deadlifts, dips, chinups, rows, and presses.

Accelerate Fat Loss

The strategy: Squeeze in a fat-burning cardio session to reveal rock-hard muscle.

The investment: 4 minutes

The drill: You’re
no doubt familiar with interval training, in which you run hard, rest,
and then repeat. That burns fat, for sure. But here’s another option.
Perform squats, chinups, or pushups for 20 seconds, rest for 10
seconds, and repeat, alternating for 4 minutes. This technique boosts
your metabolism and your strength. What’s more, Japanese researchers
found that it provides the same cardiovascular benefits as a 30-minute
bike ride.

Prepare For Tomorrow

The strategy: Reduce postworkout soreness as a means of maximizing your next training session.

The investment: 9 minutes

The drill: Spend
a few minutes stretching and improving the quality of your fascia, the
tissue that covers your muscle fibers. Injury, overexertion, or
extended inactivity can cause fascia to knot up with adhesions. But
when you use a foam roll to apply pressure to tender spots, the knots
untangle and blood flows through those tissues more freely. For more
details, check out "Reclaim Your Flexibility," and "Stretching Exercises."

More Muscle in Less Time

following routines show how to put your new workout strategies into
action. (See the main story for more details on these strategies.) As
you become more comfortable with the movements, feel free to substitute
exercises of your own.

Kickstart Your Workout

these exercises at the beginning of your routine. They prepare your
shoulders, back, hips, knees, and ankles to perform at a high level.

I dig this because it seems like stuff you can do in a short period of time for maximum results.  Read the whole article for more in-depth exercises.

How to Choose a Diet That’s Right For You

May 26, 2004 by  
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You know, dieting is a life-long hobby of mine, and I’m sure for some of you guys out there looking to lose a few pounds for the summer months, you can relate.

I found an article on About.com about how to choose a diet that’s right for you and your needs.  It’s a pretty simple article, but I think it’s pretty good, all things considered.

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Controlling Your Body Odor

May 26, 2004 by  
Filed under Health & Hygiene

It’s been a while since I blogged on hygiene, so I figured it was time to toss up another helpful hint.  I found this pretty good article on Body Odor (I’ll say it again — BODY ODOR!!!) and how to control that nasty man-stink we’ve all come to despise during our time.  It’s a little Brittish (the article, not the body odor), but don’t worry, I won’t hold that against it.  =)

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Jlaix-Style Tall Hair

May 24, 2004 by  
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First it was the long “rocker-hair.”  Then it was the “Clooney-cut.”  Now, it looks like the Jlaix style Tall Hair is becoming all the rage!  For those of you who’ve seen the pics of Tyler Durden on this site, you’ll see that he SWEARS to the effectiveness of the Tall Hair.  Now, Jlaix chimes in with the how-to’s of his patented “do.”

Jlaix writes:
not goop. Spray. Hairspray is the only way. I use two kinds: Shaper aerosol light spray to get it nice and high, then Paul Mitchell Freeze N Shine to hold it there for long periods, and make it shiny. Make sure you have a good blow dryer with a "cool shot" function to freeze that muthafucka in place.

Anyone else out there with the tall hair?  This bald mutha-fucka would like to hear some experiences from all you mopheads.  =)

Read the whole post here.

Some Health Advice…

May 17, 2004 by  
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Okay, so I got this post from a guy named Luke in response to my "One Fat Bastard" post.  I thought it was pretty interesting, so I decided to put it up on the site, but just remember to take this advice for what it’s worth (ie, health advice from someone who is NOT a doctor!).  On a personal note, I’d like to thank everyone for their great replies on the "One Fat Bastard" thread.  There’s a ton of great info on there, and the response was almost overwhelming.  Makes me think I should start a "Health and Fitness" archive on the site.  What do you guys think?

Anyway, onto the article…

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One Fat Bastard

May 12, 2004 by  
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I was going through some old pictures of mine today, and I realized that i have gained some fuckin’ weight!  Seriously, I am FAT!  (And that’s sans "P-H" fellas).

Seriously.  I’m so fat I’m thinking of giving up walking all together and just slithering around like Jabba the Hut.  It would be more congruent with my outward appearance, I’ll tell you that much.  Nothing’s more depressing than seeing yourself as being overweight (you skinny guys probably don’t understand this, since your conception of "being fat" is relatively skewed compared to a truely fat man).  When your clothes don’t fit right, and you notice your buying more and more groceries, the ol’ self-esteem tends to hit the floor.  In fact, I’d go so far as to say it misses the floor all together and decends into the bottomless pit that is dispair.

The funny thing is, I’m not too depressed about it or anything.  I mean, I’ve been fat before.  I’m talking FAT!  As in 300 lbs. of Orca Fat.  And back when I didn’t know what to do with women, that was a rough ball to juggle.  I used to think that only thin guys got the chicks, because it just wasn’t in my reality that fat people were considered attractive.

But being the fat bastard I am, and having the ability to go out and STILL get women into me (at least to a certain point.  I’m still learning, after all =) is quite a different experience from the good (or were they bad?) old days of being fat AND miserable instead of just fat.

I think that men, due to society and whatnot, tend to put too much importance on their appearances.  I mean, sure, it’s important to look good.  But so many guys look at being fat as something that REPELS people, when the reality is that for the most part, women don’t seem to mind it.

One of my best friends of all time is a 300 pound guy who’s not much better looking that I am (in fact, I’d rate myself higher on the looks scale, but who am I to judge?) and this guy gets TONS of sex from incredibly hot women.  Why?  He’s not famous.  He’s not rich.  But the dude is fucking FUNNY as hell!  He can make anyone laugh.  And when girls laugh, and they realize they’re having a good time, they’re going to be into you.  My friend’s real strength comes from being able to amp up the sexual tension and actually make a move on the girl (something which most guys can’t do).

So in short, I think that if you have a great personality, and aren’t afraid to get sexual with a woman, you’re going to have a degree of success that is fairly consistent, no matter what you look like.  The thing is, a lot of guys I meet in this community are seriously lacking in the "personality" department.

So how do you develop a great personality?  Well, that’s for another blog entry.  But most of it is being someone who has something to talk about that is interesting.  I think Swinggcat’s concept of "Open Loops" and "Tension Loops" is gold for this.

Anyway, I’m rambling.  To sum things up:  I’m fat.  Gotta get motivated to lose the weight, because when I do, I feel so much better physically.  Anyone got any tips for us porkers out there who wanna carve a little bacon off?

Personal Hygene

April 15, 2004 by  
Filed under Health & Hygiene

It may seem like common sense, but I’ve met enough of the guys in this community to know that a primer like this is desperately needed…

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