Hey, Good-Looking

Posted on by Jonathan Beckman

All right, all right, I know. I know what you’re dying to know. How big was it? Well, Shawn Levy doesn’t give the answer precisely in feet and inches, but quotes several ladies and one or two gents who were quite literally gobsmacked when the custom-made, palest-blue, monogrammed Sulka boxer shorts came off. One wife, […]

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The First Metrosexual

Posted on by Jonathan Beckman

Beau Brummell was famous in his time for washing at least once a day and tying a perfect neckcloth. So great was his skill in both areas that he achieved what was otherwise unknown for a boy from a middle-class home: he became an honorary member of the Regency aristocracy. In a comic reversal of […]

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