Until recently, I’d never been on the website AskMen.com, I suppose largely because I never had the occasion to ask a man anything. The site’s tagline touts that it is a place where men can become better men, though on my first visit I’m already suspicious that any of my questions will be answered or that I will…
AskMen polled dudes about their love lives and now they, like, totally know why he won't call you back! JK. The results of their "Great Male Survey" aren't that illuminating, but here are some highlights:
As every woman knows, there are some things you can't just come out and say to your significant other.
Ladies, I know it's a holiday weekend and all, but there are no vacations in the world of crappy advice, which is why the folks at Ask Men have delivered yet another Top 10 list for us to enjoy.
AskMen has, in fact, asked men, and their "Great Male Survey 2010" determines that guys envy Italians, dislike having doctors touch their balls — and, as a whole, are actually pretty nice.
Can we declare a moratorium on the phrase "withholding sex?" For why this is necessary, look no further than AskMen's four "reasons" women won't get down.
Perhaps the only thing more irritating than a Game-playing bro is the shit he reads to prepare him for a hot night of mindfuckery and general douchiness, like this one, courtesy of Ask Men:
AskMen's list of the Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2010 includes a lot of the usual suspects (Megan Foxzzzz), and the very concept of ranking desirable women is annoying at best. Still, we like some of AskMen's choices.
Ask Men has come up with a list of "Cruel Things Women Do To Men," noting that "it seems like a reverse sexism started to take hold as the feminist movement came about and equality for women began gaining ground."
Normally I go to Men's Health to get my fill of terrible bro articles, but today's horrifically sexist article comes to us from another bro source: Ask Men, who present us with "Subtle Ways To Tell Her She's Getting Fat."