I am lucky, I don’t have aches and pains. I do Pilates regularly which is a series of stretching exercises and I recommend it to anyone of my age because the temptation is not to exercise when you get older.
Well, you should. I always walk up the escalator on the Tube and I live in a house with a lot of stairs. That’s good exercise.”
“We have to start winning games at the major league level, and the way you develop a winning culture is by winning major league games," Royals general manager Dayton Moore said. "It’s time for us to start winning at the major league level.”
Why are men so hard to buy for? Cosmo has asked celebs and real men what box they want to open this Christmas. So now you can purchase the perfect present for your boyfriend… - Cosmopolitan
Guys can be hard to buy gifts for, but shopping for the man in your life this holiday season shouldn’t have to be a nightmare. - Today MSNBC
Which begs the question—why is it always such a daunting challenge to shop for dear old dad? - Forbes
If your man is hard to shop for, I have some advice for you: he’s an asshole. If receiving a gift moves someone to mope, or get angry, or stare straight ahead in a tight-lipped stupor, that person isn’t “hard to shop for”. That person is an asshole.
When did this become an acceptable character trait? Being hard to shop for is a ridiculous thing to be proud of. It’s equivalent to bragging about being a picky eater, or quick to anger, or incontinent.
Handmade sweaters, pairs of socks, books that reveal a lack of knowledge about our person…sure, I guess. People pay hundreds of dollars for handmade sweaters, but by all means laugh them off. And socks. If you want an iPhone, socks are a bit disappointing. For anyone else not delusional or insane, socks represent one less thing you need to buy, and everyone is always in a perpetual state of either needing or about to be needing to buy socks.
On any other day if someone gave you a pair of socks you’d be pleased, or at least bemused. Try that move on Christmas and lives are ruined.
So, this Christmas, don’t be hard to shop for. Accept whatever is given to you with grace and humility. Be known as a person for whom buying a gift is a joyful experience. Not sure if you are? Answer this simple question - when some asks me what I want as a gift, I say _______. If your answer to that question is anything but “Whatever they want”, see preceding. Asshole.
“With Nash, there really was no way to know that a haircut would change the entire meaning of his face. You’re embarrassed to notice him now. Unlike the other side parts, Nash’s seems proportional to the rest of him. Unlike the other side parts, Nash’s has a nickname. Indeed, Kobe Bryant got a load of the hair and the suit and skipped the obvious putdowns — calling him, say, a Freemans Sporting Club zombie — and dubbed Nash “Gatsby.””
Not the classic, but a brass band throwdown for the weekend.
“And that’s all before we get to the part where MJ might be the worst-dressed man in the universe. The man’s style is so bad, you’d think it must be intentionally so, and the annals of bad Jordan style just got another noteworthy moment, when Michael’s choice of cargo pants on a golf course got him kicked out of a Miami Beach country club.”
“There’s a sense of curious energy here that you don’t get anywhere else in the world, and that’s London’s most valuable asset: to never settle down and feel at ease but always push forward and explore. Another aspect that makes London unique is the mixture of craftsmanship and attitude; London is both the birthplace of punk and the home of Savile Row tailoring: I think that’s a great combination!”