A can of Spam, like cologne, says a lot about a man. For instance, if you're on one of those "Naked Survivor" shows, after a couple of weeks in the wilderness with mosquito bites all over your body and nothing but bark for toilet paper, who looks good to you: that muscled up model from the "Bachelor" that can't catch food, or the other guy that has a secret stash of Spam he hid up in the mountains several years before he was on the show? Oh, now who looks sexy covered in mud? Survive? How about thrive? You'll leave that show fatter than you came on it! You're skin will be shinier, too
I have to confess that I went to see the film Noah this weekend hoping to find all kinds of things to like about it. I wanted to be a bit of a Christian rebel and the "smart kid in class" who could find a new way of looking at the film that worked for both religious and non-religious people. All I did was prove I'm not much of a rebel and certainly not the smartest kid in the class.
I met Jason when I first moved to East Texas and he looked like a biker back then. In fact, he was a biker, complete with long hair and sleeveless muscle shirts. When I would see him around town, even the muffler on my pickup got quieter when he passed: we didn't want to make this tough looking biker dude mad.
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