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.
Oh, Men's Health. You are truly the gift that keeps on giving, and it seems as though each new seduction guide you deliver is crazier than the last.
Ladies, you are terrible at hiding your lady emotions, which is why Men's Health was able to compile a top ten list of the signs that you're interested in a dude. Like to hear it? Here it go:
Ladies, we have a lot of secrets. We keep them, as you know, in the giant maxi-pad shaped compartment locked securely within Fort Vagina somewhere outside of Tennessee. But alas! One of our own is spilling our secrets!
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:
The Times of London has a somewhat irritating series titled "The Trouble With Women," which gives a platform to a new dude each week so he can complain about the lady-folk. This week, we have a "poet" named Andy.
Oh, Men's Health. Just when I think you can't deliver any more ridiculous advice, you pull through with some of the creepiest dating tips you've offered in ages. Ahead, a look at "7 Characteristics Women Look For In A Man."
As Jenna mentioned last week, Dockers is pushing a new ad campaign that's based around "trying to inspire men to be men." After reading the Dockers "Man-ifesto," I'd say all it does is continue the Bro-ifying of all things male.
Keeping it classy as ever for the holiday, Spike.com has released a list of "The Top 10 Girls To Avoid At A Halloween Party." And yes, it's just as horrible as you think it is.
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."
In order to promote their AMP energy drink, Pepsi recently released an iPhone application called "AMP Up Before You Score," a program that helps men work on their "game" by providing tips on "scoring" with women. Charming!
A reader wrote in this morning to tip us off to an article, asking if it was, perhaps, "the most awful dating advice ever." I don't know if it's the most awful, Dear Reader, but I'd say it's pretty close.
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."
It has become one of my favorite weekend pastimes to take the piss out of Men's Health. But this weekend, I'm just really, really worried about them, as I'm pretty sure they are going insane.