The Man Card Exhibit A:
Man Card Image Credit OfficalManCard.com
Being a man is not a right, it's a privilege. As a bona fide man I am in possession of a man card. This man card can be revoked at any time if there is even one other man present. The process is pretty simple. It would have to be or men wouldn't do it.
Being manly adds points to you man card. For instance, using power tools to demolition your house, or building anything that, through assembly, puts band-aids on your person. That something doesn't need to be pretty, in fact if it's too pretty you might just find yourself in a bit of a points decline. Any time you wield open fire your man card is tallying up points. Any time you are caught watching Martha Steward or bedazzling your t-shirt you are in a major crash.
Lets do a little test, shall we?
Speed Stick Deodorant?
Man card secure. You're not scoring wild points, but you are certainly a man. Anything with Stick in it's name is clearly not marketed for the chicks.
Coco Chanel Deodorant?
Whoa there princess! You are on shaky ground. We all want to smell nice, but at what cost? This is close to a revoke of your precious card.
Whoever conceived this, whether real or photoshopped, gains serious man card credits!
Trick question. All convertibles are off limits to men. You cannot, I repeat CANNOT be a man in a cabriolet. I am unable to think of an exception to this rule.
Some losing of points is inevitable. Take me for example. I have gel in my hair and own a number of musicals. Down points! Luckily for me I drive a dirty pickup truck. Up points! For fun, I pass wood over a 40 tooth carbide tipped saw blade and have sawdust on my person at any point during the day. Up points! Additionally I own a slew of action titles including all the Bourne movies. So at the end of the day I'm in the plus category.
So... Lets review:
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