“Women dig a public expression of love especially if its slightly embarrassing for you.”
It’s coming gents, our most dreaded day of the year. We suffer through the holidays and boom Valentine’s Day is on us like a duck on a June bug. Just what we need, another fake holiday to generate business for retailers. Hopefully the person in your life doesn’t place a lot of importance on this day, but if they do, it’s up to you to have a strategy. Most women just want an acknowledgement and mostly because their friends are going to ask them what you did, so you have to do something. We have carefully curated a list of ideas to keep you out of Chez Bow Wow on Valentine’s Day.
It’s a new year and for many a good riddens to a difficult 2016 marred with iconic entertainment deaths, a disgusting new low in American politics and concerning increases in violent crimes by bad guys and the supposed good guys. There is no better time to tear down the rear mirror and look ahead to a new year and focus on what’s really important – family, friends and yourself. If all that fails then pick up a medical marijuana card and punt!
That said we propose:
Not so long ago the wristwatch was on the endangered species list, alongside masculine boardshorts and a good margarita. As smart phones became part of the everyday wardrobe, the need to carry another device that did something so archaic and unimpressive became a burden and watch sales dropped significantly. But just like every NBA game, every style trend and Madonna, there is a comeback.
That’s why we got together with one of our favorite watch designers – Jord, to give you Reasons Why Men Should Still Wear Watches. Jord is an innovative watchmaker that offers men and women stylish and rugged designs, and get this, their watches are made out of wood. See the Jord men’s watch collection here.
So why should a man wear a wrist watch when every person around you can tell you what time it is?
Exactly when the first caveman wrapped a vine around his wrist without a functional reason is not known. Nor do we understand when ancient Egyptian men donned thick gold bracelets to show their wealth and status. We can assume however that both groups did it to impress the cleopatras and cavewomen; that assumption is quite safe.