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VICE magazine article on manbuns reads like The Onion
Just saw this article on manbuns on Broadly, an online mag that's part of the VICE network. Not sure if it really warrants its own thread, but this shit is just too ridiculous, it really reads like The Onion:

Quote:Man Buns Are Good and Decent

Quote:Since time immemorial, men have been gathering their hair into round shapes atop their head. The practice will outlive all the haters.

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Quote:Though the man bun discourse is only five years old, the hairstyle itself is far from new. It dates back "thousands of years," according to E-J Scott, a fashion historian.

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Quote:"We should think about styles like the 'man-bun' as complex symbols of international harmony and understanding amongst men," he said, thought-provokingly.

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Quote:Today, the man bun is weighted with hyper-specific connotations about a certain breed of masculinity: Guys were first indicted for the bun because the style was associated with the traditional dress of "hipsters.

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Quote:When asked what drew them to the highly controversial hairstyle, other men who choose to wear buns have similarly simple answers. A young man, David feels an attachment to his hair as expression of his identity—which is pretty much how everyone with hair feels. "I especially love the labor of caring for long hair," David told me.

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Quote:Since David's hair has now grown well past shoulder length, he says, he's experienced "an elevated level of verbal harassment from men. "This past Sunday a group of drunk men in my neighborhood in Brooklyn were yelling at me for the span of almost half a block as I was walking," he said. David can only recall one positive instance when a man interacted with his hair. It occurred within a drug store: A young man approached David to tell him that he thought his hair was beautiful, and that he wanted to learn how to grow the same. David kindly "directed him toward some supplements."

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Quote:According to many of the man bun–wearers I spoke with, this bizarre scrutiny of their hair isn't just about hating hipsters. It's also about discomfort with a seemingly atypical display of masculinity. "Society has a problem with feminine attributes on men," Timothy argued. "We are uncomfortable if men seem like women."

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Quote:"I would personally never choose to gender my bun," said David. "I am really not interested in policing anything anyone does with their body."

If you look at the other articles that are published on Broadly you get an idea why so many young people are fucked in the head in the US.
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RE: VICE magazine article on manbuns reads like The Onion
My friend had a manbun, he probably still does, I just don't have a friend anymore.

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http://www.manbunhairstyle.net/

To me its just a girl with a beard.

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As ridiculous as this style might look ive seen those types of guys with some VERY high quality girls out here in Germany.

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A samurai's topknot (the knotted hair in a bun on the top of his head) was considered a potent symbol of masculinity. If an enemy cut off the topoknot of a samurai, that was considered the ultimate humiliation.

This cultural point appeared in one of the best postwar Japanese samurai films, which I wrote about a while back.

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(06-22-2017 08:12 PM)Quintus Curtius Wrote:  A samurai's topknot (the knotted hair in a bun on the top of his head) was considered a potent symbol of masculinity. If an enemy cut off the topoknot of a samurai, that was considered the ultimate humiliation.

Beat me to it. I've accused Faggy Hipster Manbunned Musos of Cultural Appropriation before for shits 'n' giggles. They had no comeback.

There's also the issue of Traction Alopecia:

Quote:"It's really, really common," Jackson, Mississippi, dermatologist Sabra Sullivan told Mic. "I see it probably once or twice a week." The condition, which causes acute baldness around the forehead and temples, is a direct result of hairstyles that pull the hair over long periods of time.

"They're putting traction on the hair follicles that the hair is not really meant to take," Sullivan said, adding the behavior could lead to follicle death plus permanent scarring. "Traction alopecia in men is becoming more common," she said and agreed that man buns were at least partly to blame.
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I have noticed through my extensive reading that the man-bun is rather an ancient style in South Asia (northern India) and there must be more to do this but unfortunately the research is not there.


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Sikhs also wear it under their turbans.

It seems to be quite prominent in that region especially with high-status, prestigious and perhaps demonstrates masculinity and virility. I just always found that really interesting and little documented. I am not sure if this is paralled in other parts of the world.
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(06-22-2017 08:19 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  There's also the issue of Traction Alopecia:

Quote:"It's really, really common," Jackson, Mississippi, dermatologist Sabra Sullivan told Mic. "I see it probably once or twice a week." The condition, which causes acute baldness around the forehead and temples, is a direct result of hairstyles that pull the hair over long periods of time.

"They're putting traction on the hair follicles that the hair is not really meant to take," Sullivan said, adding the behavior could lead to follicle death plus permanent scarring. "Traction alopecia in men is becoming more common," she said and agreed that man buns were at least partly to blame.

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I swear I used to have a Vice TV channel, but can't find it now.

You could scroll through the schedule of shows, and it was just liberal after liberal. It was only shows about abortion or disenfranchised indigenous peoples, or a mixture of the two. Then they had sports, but it was things such as Frisbee golf or Prius racing. The only time they talked about regular sports was if disenfranchised indigenous people were playing them.

I guess its gone.

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Vice is a piece of fucking shit. I don't even want to get into the many personal reasons why I loathe that fucking piece of trash outlet.

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Quote:Since David's hair has now grown well past shoulder length, he says, he's experienced "an elevated level of verbal harassment from men. "This past Sunday a group of drunk men in my neighborhood in Brooklyn were yelling at me for the span of almost half a block as I was walking," he said. David can only recall one positive instance when a man interacted with his hair. It occurred within a drug store: A young man approached David to tell him that he thought his hair was beautiful, and that he wanted to learn how to grow the same. David kindly "directed him toward some supplements."

I've had my hair that long or longer for most of my adult life. I have never experienced "verbal harassment" like this. Not once.

But that's because I look like a man.

David's problem is not the length of his hair or his wearing it in a manbun, it's that he's setting off gaydars left and right. The drunk guys were abusing him for it, and the dude in the drug store was coming on to him, both reacting to the gay vibe he was broadcasting.
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(06-22-2017 08:25 PM)kavi Wrote:  It seems to be quite prominent in that region especially with high-status, prestigious and perhaps demonstrates masculinity and virility.

Hipsters amuse me, because they lash out at masculinity as 'toxic', yet they constantly try to steal classic signifiers of masculine Life Experience to signify High Social Status.

They're not Samurai, have never defeated anyone in physical battle but would congratulate themselves for their snarky verbal wins, (i.e. being a bitch), yet they wear their topknots.

They're not Merchant Sailors, and the closest they'll get to experience foreign culture is through the consumption of ethnic food or subtitled movies, but they sport their tattoos.

They're not Victorian Patriarchs who built Industrial Powerhouses and left behind a lasting dynasty, but they'll grow their beards.

They're not a Folk Band formed by Depression-Era Blue Collar Workers to let off steam after a hard day's physical labour, but they'll get out the Banjos and Mandolins and sing about 'the man', (which would be them).

They're not Lumberjacks, but they'll endlessly Fag About in the woods taking selfies of themselves with axes whose blades show no sign of use, and which they wouldn't know how to sharpen anyway.

They deserve every man's contempt. Whilst I know Quintus would call them 'Soy', I'm quite fond of my mate Bill's summation of this needly little fuck in a Sons of Anarchy hoodie who keeps trying to hang around with us every time we stop at a pub in a certain town:

"He's a Wanna Be who'll Never Be".
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^^^

Damn, it feels good to see Boschulus. Made my day, brother.

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(06-22-2017 10:14 PM)Quintus Curtius Wrote:  Damn, it feels good to see Boschulus. Made my day, brother.

I thought of you today, QC.

I've just spent a few weeks clearing out about 12,000 books out of a property I recently-purchased, and sorting out what was worth keeping, what could be salvaged / resold and what should be tossed: anything with mould or water damage, but I also threw out anything Marxist, Socialist or Feminist so as to not poison vulnerable minds. (You'd be surprised at just how far one can frisbee a Germaine Greer book or "The Anthology of Lesbian Poetry").

I kept anything that looked damn old or interesting, and have been gradually sorting through the good stuff.

Tonight I've been reading 'The Gourmet Cookbook' (1950), which has been hand-engraved as belonging to "Arthur E Hanes, the Chief Chef to H.H. Maharajah of Morvi". How it ended up in rural Australia is a mystery in itself.

As usual with Primary Sources from supposedly-Racist periods demonised by the Left, the book is entirely-respectful of other cultures, and has a far more multicultural selection than Socialist Revisionism would believe.

It's an incredible book, once again with those kind of hand-tinted endpapers and illustrations that makes everything look like an appealingly-artificial dream.

I'll out-cook Zuckerberg's porky sister soon enough.

Bill said we'd be 'hunting Venison' before the season is over, and since I have no experience cooking or preparing it, I was thinking it looked like the sort of book that would have the details, which it did.

So, I'm reading up on the - impressive - game meat section: Jellied Venison in Port, Roasted, Deviled, Polonaise Chops, Garde-Chasse, Lumberjack Cutlets and then I stumbled across Ours au Grand Veneur.

Wait a second.... "Bear the great hunter?"

Quote:The glossy black bear and the great brown bear enjoy vegetables, berries, fruit and honey, as well as more carnal entrees, and bear flesh is rich, sweet and delicious. It must be hung and marinated.

Obviously, people would eat bear, but it's never occurred to me that people eat bear before.

I'm in total awe of this. If there's an Opposite of Soy, it's got to be Game Bear.

Man, I wish I could taste this. Hell, if it's good enough for the Maharajah of Morvi, it's good enough for me.

So, I thought of you: Eat some Bear for me.

Quote:OURS AU GRAND VENEUR

Lard a 6-pound piece of bear loin through the centre with 1/4 pound fat larding pork cut into strips. Marinate the meat for 4-5 days in an enameled saucepan or an earthenware crock in the following marinade:

Mix 1 cup vinegar and 1 quart dry white wine. Add 2 onions, sliced, 2 carrots, sliced, 1 bunch of celery, coarsely chopped, 6 shallots, finely chopped, 1 large clove of garlic, mashed, 2 large bay leaves, 16 peppercorns, bruised, 1/2 teaspoon dried tarragon, and 1 tablespoon of salt. Bring to a boil, boil up 3 or 4 times, and cool. Turn the meat occasionally during the marinating.

Strain the marinade and put the vegetables into a roasting pan. Put the meat on top of the vegetables and roast in a hot oven (450 F) for 15 minutes. Reduce the heat to moderate and roast for 1 1/4 hours longer, basting the meat frequently with the pan drippings. Arrange the meat on a heated platter and keep hot.

Add 1 1/2 cups strained marinade to the pan drippings, bring to a boil, and reduce over direct heat to 1 generous cup, stirring and scraping the pan to loosen all the gelatinous particles. Add 1 cup scalded heavy cream, bring to a boil again, and strain the sauce through a fine sieve, pressing gently to extract the vegetable pulp. Pour half the sauce over the meat and serve the rest in a sauceboat. Garnish the platter with water cress, lemon slices and croutons. Serve with red currant jelly.

If that doesn't appeal, there's other bear recipes in the book that might.
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(06-22-2017 08:33 PM)Canopus Wrote:  
(06-22-2017 08:19 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  There's also the issue of Traction Alopecia:

Quote:"It's really, really common," Jackson, Mississippi, dermatologist Sabra Sullivan told Mic. "I see it probably once or twice a week." The condition, which causes acute baldness around the forehead and temples, is a direct result of hairstyles that pull the hair over long periods of time.

"They're putting traction on the hair follicles that the hair is not really meant to take," Sullivan said, adding the behavior could lead to follicle death plus permanent scarring. "Traction alopecia in men is becoming more common," she said and agreed that man buns were at least partly to blame.

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Man-Bun = 21st Century Comb-Over
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I fucking hate bear. Gamey and fatty as fuck. Disguise it as a sausage and I will eat it.

This doesn't detract from the romance of Bosch's post. And admittedly, the people who prepared the bear I ate didn't have Bosch's book.

Anyone eaten bear and enjoyed it?

And are you allowed to eat bear if you have a man bun? Seems more likely that the bear would eat the guy with the man bun.

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This thread: discussing soy hipsters, and different ways of preparing bear meat.

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I had bear in a stew once, and it still didn't taste very good.

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(06-23-2017 01:13 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  Anyone eaten bear and enjoyed it?

And are you allowed to eat bear if you have a man bun? Seems more likely that the bear would eat the guy with the man bun.

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I wonder how a man bun would look on Paul Ryan. There were people joking about him being eaten by a bear in the Donald Trump thread a while back.
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(06-23-2017 06:17 PM)BortimusPrime Wrote:  
(06-23-2017 01:13 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  Anyone eaten bear and enjoyed it?

And are you allowed to eat bear if you have a man bun? Seems more likely that the bear would eat the guy with the man bun.

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Vice is borderline Antifa in their narrative. They push leftist and anarcho-communist views. I've only watched a couple show since I have the HBO app. I'm convinced they are a HBO tax write off and virtue signal. Nothing grinds my gears more than leftist hipsters who use relativism to push a narrative.
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AB, once more you provide this forum with further proof that history is not a constant scale of progress where the past ones were backwards and ignorant as the soy men like to think.
I raise a glass to your continued discoveries of the Geniality of men!

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I've eaten bear several times, either as a goulash with gnocchi or as a steak in cranberry sauce. It was great in both cases - soft, succulent and rich. It's like an elite version of beef.

p.s. Our bear meat comes from regulated hunting of protected species. Or maybe highway roadkill Laugh

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