Relationship Tips »

[23 Mar 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

Hey Robby G,

I have a question that I think applies to a lot of guys not only myself. I have been talking to this girl for a little while and we’ve become Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[20 Mar 2009 | 6 Comments | ]

A fellow reader asked me if I thought it was Boss to smoke cigarettes. I answered the question for him in a quick way but there’s a lot more that goes into the whole thing than just a two second answer. Today I wanted to expand my answer and give my reasoning behind it. Now first let’s start with addiction. Cigarettes are highly addictive, and we all know this. For this reason alone I’d say that cigarettes aren’t Boss to smoke. Essentially, any addiction isn’t Boss. Once something is out of your control, where you act like you need a certain substance just to get by the hour, I view as a weakness. Read the rest of this entry »

Friends with Benefits »

[18 Mar 2009 | 51 Comments | ]

What’s better to have: a fuck buddy or a girlfriend? Asking this question to friends, acquaintances, and many random people I’ve talked to on subject of girls throughout my time, I was surprised that not as many people as I thought picked fuck buddy. I thought it would be a sure winner, no questions asked, that if a guy can get a good looking girl to sleep with on a regular basis with no other attachment then they’d surely pick that, but there were still many guys choosing girlfriend over fuck buddy. This actually shocked me, and after some analysis I wanted to share my thoughts and opinions on what’s better. Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[16 Mar 2009 | 8 Comments | ]

This is the second part to my previous post: You Can’t Succeed Without Trying.

As months have passed, I’ve realized quite a few things not just about making money online, but from any business you can ever set-up. If you’ve created a product, whether it be Shudder Shades, which defy the entire idea of sunglasses, or whether it’s a blog about things that have a funky smell, it doesn’t matter how unrealistic it seems to make money from your product, if you truly feel passionate about it and you put enough time into the product, you will not fail. Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[12 Mar 2009 | 8 Comments | ]

This is going to be a two-part post. Today’s post is entitled “You Can’t Succeed Without Trying” while my next post will be “You Can Never Fail Until You Quit“.

I’d like to start this two-part post by saying that I know people out there that know a lot more than me. Some are my age, others older, and I respect and try to learn from these people, but I can never stand to talk to them about any business idea I have had. Why? Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[11 Mar 2009 | 4 Comments | ]

As years passed, I noticed that there’s a big difference between someone who is simply cool and someone who is truly Boss. In fact, as I was growing up, making money illegally by hustling a little here and there would constitute someone as being pretty cool. Not caring for the law, doing some transactions here or jumping a kid for his flashy necklace there would be some fun and “cool” stuff to do. But as I grew, I realized that continuing a life of “coolness” would just lead to a place many of my acquaintances have gone to, some for months, others for years. I knew that I needed to smarten up and quit that dumb shite. So as I got out of high school and moved on into the adult-world, I figured that making a few hundred dollars from hustling has way too much risk and the reward was definitely not worthy. Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[7 Mar 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

Whenever I’m feeling out of character for one reason or another– basically, when I’m in a shite mood, there’s one of two things I usually do to change that around. One, I either put on Pulp Fiction and watch the parts with Jules and Vincent. Or two, I pop Reservoir Dogs DVD in and watch the scene with Mr. Blonde giving the “Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy, or are you gonna bite?” speech to Mr. White. The reason these two movies really lift my spirit, so to speak, is because these characters really ignite a Boss vibe. Well, the thing about the actors that portray these roles are that Samuel L. Jackson, and more particularly Michael Madsen are in reality bad motherfuckers. The way Madsen is in film (well at least in Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill… I don’t know about Free Willy) is close to how he is in real life– apart from enjoying to cut off a swine’s ear to a Stealer Wheel’s track, I presume. I’ve watched countless amounts of interviews with Madsen, as well Samuel L., and they both have this attitude to them that streams off a certain nonchalantness. And that’s what I’d like to mention here today. Read the rest of this entry »