Some dude at work gave me this Manual to Manhood malarkey. Like, he was under the impression that I don’t know how to tie a tie or cook a steak or change my oil. Which is true, but I’m not sure why I’d waste my time reading a book on how to do those things when my mama is already so good at them. That’s what I told my co-worker. And then I offered to demonstrate just how alive and well my manhood is by ramming The Manual to Manhood: How to Cook the Perfect Steak, Change a Tire, Impress a Girl & 97 Other Skills You Need to Survive up his ass.
Jonathan Catherman’s manual to not being a soft, incapable pansy imparts 100 tips and how-tos for mastering the most crucial of skills and character traits that will define you as a Man. These include instructions for:
- Wearing cologne correctly
- Grilling a steak
- Tying a tie
- Managing money
- Talking to a girl
- Planning a date
- Writing a resume
- Asking for a reference
- Cleaning a bathroom [um, what?]
- Throwing darts
- Changing a tire
- How to behave during a traffic stop
- Folding a shirt
- Clearing a sink drain
- Finding a stud in a wall
Because men are visual creatures, The Manual to Manhood also includes supporting social media and a bunch of boob photos. Just kidding, but it is illustrated.
The Manual to Manhood is a top Dude Gift for a Man (who isn’t me) pick.
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