Are grown men more confident than their twelve year old selves?
Sean Carney is a writer from Philadelphia. While working on his second novel, he tries to provide a distraction from daily life by writing funny stories about daily life. You can read more on his blog, The Witty Gritty, or get in touch on Facebook orTwitter. Sean is single, so donations of food or toilet paper are always appreciated.
Amazingly enough, one of the things Sean Carney did not do last weekend was get engaged. This is what he did instead.
People in relationships can’t fathom what single men do with their time. If they can make an event, surely you can. Sean Carney explains.
Arguments against making the commitments of male adulthood can be boiled down to one word: Meteor. Sean Carney explains.
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