Men are you the metro get a manicure and brows done regularly or the rugged couldn't care less type?
Now that there is a clear division between metro and gay, (not that it matters). Are you the metro don't like your hair being out of place type, the rugged outdoors man, or maybe a combination of both? Do you think it is due to your childhood and upbringing or just how you came to be naturally?
Just now I'm mostly the delighted that you properly worded the phrase "couldn't care less" rather than advancing the too common but nonsensical "could care less" type. As to your question; I don't know that "rugged" best describers me - but I am more than anyone I've ever met the "couldn't care less" type . . . I recall when I was younger watching Fonzie go to the mirror to adjust his hair before leaving the diner's bathroom and thinking to myself 'I thought he was supposed to be so cool - that's flat-out lame'.
Mickey,I love the Fonzie reference. As cool and tough as he was known to be, a hair couldn't be out of place. By the way,the "couldn't care less," had no forethought as to sensible or non, but thanks for the recognition and answer:))
"I couldn't care less" is used to suggest that you simply do not care at all, hence, you could not care any less than you already do - "I could care less" is actually asserting that you do care, at least a bit, hence, you could care less than you do.
I got it as far as making sense, just didn't think about it before hand. Thanks Mickey I knew I learned something in school:)) (well maybe)
I'm a combo with leanings toward the manicured type, which I give myself and not waste my money for something I do just as well! I'm not "caught up" in appearance, but I think it's important for men just as it is for women. I wonder what men are thinking whose hands feel (and look) like sandpaper and whose faces are buried beneath a forest of unkempt facial hair. It doesn't take much to be presentable and decently appropriate--and it's not feminine either.
i would in the construction field and my hands are like sand paper which is how they should be. and yes, getting a pedicure or manicure is a bit feminine.i can't understand how a "man" can sit there and get pampered and still say i'm a "man"
Easily, Nightwork4, because I'm a railroader with hard-worked hands and feet that need their own work, which I also desire. Because they are that way doesn't mean they "should be." There are many men and in various fields that understand grooming.
this is just my opinion but a "man" doesn't get manicures and that kind of stuff, a male does.
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Why do some people to say "I COULD care less"? Shouldn't it actually be "I COULDN'T care less?" If you COULD care less it means you DO care about the issue at hand doesn't it? What do you think?
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