The Gentleman's Guide. . THE GENTLEMAN? GUIDE - BEING MALE ISA MATTER tlf BIRTH, BEING A MAN IS A MATTER GE AGE, BEING A GENTLEMAN til A MATTER OF CHOICE.. Being a Spartan is a matter of ability The Gentleman's Guide THE GENTLEMAN? GUIDE - BEING MALE ISA MATTER tlf BIRTH A MAN IS GE AGE GENTLEMAN til OF CHOICE Being a Spartan is matter of ability
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#1 - sierraoneoneseven
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Being a Spartan is a matter of ability
Being a Spartan is a matter of ability
#23 to #1 - anon id: 4d567198
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and luck
#111 to #1 - anon id: d92c64f0
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**** you.
#112 to #111 - sierraoneoneseven
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#131 to #1 - spysappinmysasha
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and Being the Didact is a matter of endurance and skill.
User avatar #38 to #1 - iamchicken
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And being abducted from your family at the age of six then receive hard core training until about 15 and then you kill everything that is the enemy.
#82 to #38 - Bobtheblob
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Unless you're a SPARTAN-IV, where you give consent like a little bitch.
Unless you're a SPARTAN-IV, where you give consent like a little bitch.
User avatar #84 to #82 - iamchicken
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I hate the IVs they need a good flood attack/glassing to sort em out. Man them the **** up.
User avatar #102 to #84 - morskoj
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They seem too... psychologically sound and spirited.
#107 to #102 - iamchicken
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What makes Spartans, Spartans is the fact that seem to be devoid of joy they exist for one purpose to kill, they are to be grim faced soldiers to the point where the enemy calls them demons from hell. Pic almost related it's what Spartans should be pictured to be. (ignore the fact that it is an Ultramarine use imagination.)
#11 to #1 - carneymaster
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Spartan is a matter of heating and air.
User avatar #31 to #11 - tabarzins
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jezzus **** i hate their commercial
he ******* stabs the water to fix it.
User avatar #33 to #31 - carneymaster
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Its the 3rd commercial every time on 97.3
User avatar #34 to #33 - tabarzins
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I see it like everyday during the news in the morning.
User avatar #2 to #1 - TheFixer
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being spartan is a matter of being born in sparta.
User avatar #3 to #2 - sierraoneoneseven
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Being born in Sparta is a matter of being born in Greece
#6 to #3 - taurusguy
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Being born in Greece is a matter of being ******* awesome. (not at these times though)
#58 to #6 - anon id: e280cca8
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Being born in Greece has been ******* awesome for 2000 years mate. Since the Romans conquered them.
User avatar #7 - onionbubs
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if being a gentleman is a choice, can women choose to be gentlemans too?
#57 to #7 - anon id: f1cbdee4
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No, we're just called Ladies. Women who are sophisticated and kind are called Ladies.
#89 to #7 - stmuro
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if being a man is a matter of age, when will my sister be a man? she's 30 already ...
#44 to #7 - MattSwan
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User avatar #10 to #7 - carneymaster
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Gender equality says yes. I think thats just kinda awkward though when a woman puts on a suit and grows a mustache.
User avatar #52 to #10 - happypancake
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Being a gentleman is not wearing a suit and having a moustache; although it is customary, it is not necessary.
#47 - Jackimole
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#86 to #47 - jaydarkwater
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Pssh, I'm okay with it.
#109 to #47 - anonymouzx
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User avatar #137 to #109 - iamkagji
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Not a fedora.
User avatar #147 to #137 - anonymouzx
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Not a green shirt. No white undershirt. Not real life.

I just posted it because they look alike.
User avatar #9 - kolimm **User deleted account**
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at least i have #swag

#yolo xDxDxDxDxD trololololol #funnyjunkarmy

#43 to #9 - MattSwan
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What a faggot
What a faggot
User avatar #68 to #9 - Dairycow
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He's joking guys no need to flood him with reds
#71 to #9 - legendsrevenge
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#51 to #9 - intestines
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He was joking... why all the hate
User avatar #64 to #51 - Hreidmar
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I just didn't find the joke all that funny (I didn't thumb him down because I value intent.)
User avatar #45 to #9 - bleachfool
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he was joking what the ****
#49 to #45 - stgfilitov
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No one cares if he was joking.
No one cares if he was joking.
User avatar #65 to #9 - djequalizee
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I don't think people here are very good at grasping sarcasm
User avatar #76 to #65 - ilovehitler
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If you pretend to be an idiot, then the real idiots will flood the area, thinking they are among their people.
User avatar #78 to #76 - djequalizee
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And then when they think they're safe we turn on them and eat their delicious skulls.
User avatar #80 to #78 - ilovehitler
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Harder to do that on the internet, so we must settle for trying to stop them from coming in the first place.
#12 to #9 - funnyjunking
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User avatar #21 to #12 - thespecialone
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whoa stop it... swagfags are the pest yeah, but he's joking!
User avatar #13 to #12 - kolimm **User deleted account**
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I HAVE A QUESTION REGARDING YOUR USERNAME
#14 to #13 - funnyjunking
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ok. go
ok. go
User avatar #15 to #14 - kolimm **User deleted account**
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is your name a pun as he is king of funnyjunk, the funnyjunking

or is it the verb like browsing funnyjunk, im funnyjunking


question mark
#16 to #15 - funnyjunking
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#148 to #37 - anon id: c531adec
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So I heard you were a virgin who will never get laid
User avatar #67 to #16 - armwulf
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Best. Response. Ever.
User avatar #17 to #16 - kolimm **User deleted account**
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that's odd why should i ask your butt?

#18 to #17 - funnyjunking
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ok it the verb like browsing funnyjunk, im funnyjunking
ok it the verb like browsing funnyjunk, im funnyjunking
User avatar #72 to #18 - Dairycow
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i have a question regarding your nutsack.
User avatar #19 to #18 - kolimm **User deleted account**
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that's kinda a let down i thought me meeting a royalty and all.

all well it's a cute giff
that skirt i mean
#42 - anon id: 6e01c69a
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Being a gentleman is also a matter of birth. Gentleman can't come from lower classes and they have to be born to other gentlemen or men of nobility.
#46 to #42 - kieranbaker
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My grandfather was born into a poor farming family over in Alabama, he then moved to Missouri where he applied for the military, before he was shipped out to Korea he fell in love with my grandmother, he spent seven years fighting over in Korea before coming home, he wrote to her almost everyday for seven years straight, three days after he got back they got married and he spent the next 30 years as a Fireman. Now he is 82 years old, a member of the Kirkland Kiwanas, still married after almost 60 years and used to bug me about how messy I looked when I was a young teenager. He always dresses nicely and influenced me to never look shabby, His experience in Korea taught me to never turn away in the face of evil and to be a gentleman you must first be a Gentle Man. The Picture is of him during his time in Korea.
User avatar #55 to #46 - ihazapokemon
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10/10 would like to meet
User avatar #62 to #46 - calawesome
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no homo, but your grandad has an old school hollywood look in that photo.
User avatar #50 to #46 - happypancake
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Your grandfather sounds like a proper standup chap, and I'm sure you're very proud.
#79 to #46 - anon id: 6ac4ba8b
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Let's see here.. perfect teeth, perfect skin, neatly trimmed hair, properly worn uniform

10/10 would salute
#66 to #46 - anon id: 6e01c69a
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You still technically need to be born into the gentry class to be really a gentleman. Look up the definition of gentleman, it doesn't mean "good man" or "classy man."
User avatar #75 to #66 - ilovehitler
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I just looked it up, and got
"a civilized, educated, sensitive, or well-mannered man"
#136 to #75 - anon id: 6e01c69a
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In mine it says, "a man of noble birth attached to a royal household."
User avatar #139 to #136 - ilovehitler
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So it seems it really depends on the definition you're using.
Might be like the difference between a third world country and what we call a third world country.
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#60 - rjgnal
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"being a man is a matter of age"
biggest ******* cunt of a thing i keep hearing everywhere
everybody is labeling men and naming conditions that make you one
in my opinion you become a man when you ******* start acting like one. the second you stop caring about what that bitch or the other douchebag says is the second you become a man. who cares if i dont have kids, or that i havent built a house yet? i see ******* rejects at 40 years that cant handle their own selfs and kids at 16-17 years that work to make some money since the family needs it, so dont tell me age matters in any ******* way.
rant over, just wanted to get this out of my sistem
mfw people talk about men when they dont even know what being one means
#87 to #60 - anon id: b3d32b83
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what if he's talkin bout mental age
#120 to #60 - swagbot
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^^^a thousand times this^^^
#125 to #60 - anon id: dd8b2e1d
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"Look at that 40 year old boy!" "Look at that 13 year old man!"

See why age matters?
#130 to #60 - anon id: d4aaf47f
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lol u spelt system wrong faggot
User avatar #98 to #60 - mynameisfoo
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think you're taking the content a bit too seriously mate
#5 - areandara
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#74 - mattmanhemi
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User avatar #83 to #74 - wonderlandman
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that's not class, that's just wearing a ******* fedora
User avatar #90 to #83 - holycrapimacupcake
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Class is being a nice guy, dressing in a way that looks respectable, and not being a ******* douche.
User avatar #119 to #83 - nervaaurelius
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The picture is supposed to be ironic...
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#85 - zorororonoa
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And being Batman is a matter of parents.
And being Batman is a matter of parents.
User avatar #91 to #85 - TheFixer
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**TheFixer rolls 7** having this many parents to be exact
#94 to #91 - strangesir
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Epic Fail.
Epic Fail.
User avatar #95 to #94 - TheFixer
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its a roll its a 1 in 10 chance.
User avatar #99 to #95 - strangesir
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I know, but your rolled number is far from what you were hoping for.

Actually, I think it would be near impossible to have 7 parents. Good lord.
User avatar #100 to #99 - TheFixer
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yeah...
User avatar #97 to #91 - TheFixer
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**TheFixer rolls 3** minus this
User avatar #124 to #85 - jalthelas
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**jalthelas rolls 9** How many parents I've killed to help kids be Batman
User avatar #25 - sparkyoneonetwo
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Wearing a ridiculous looking suit doesn't make you a better person than anyone else and if you think that you are a much worse person than the people you think you are better than.
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#54 to #25 - erbwie
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Just to clarify...are these the ridiculous suits you were referring to?
User avatar #141 to #54 - sparkyoneonetwo
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all suits look ridiculous to me
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User avatar #146 to #145 - sparkyoneonetwo
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okay
#27 to #25 - asasqw
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The suit is just a professional's attire. A Gentleman is defined by how he acts.
User avatar #28 to #27 - sparkyoneonetwo
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that' was my point.....

Though everyone acts like it's the ****** suits that make the person.
#30 to #28 - bigrog
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no it doesn't make the person. Though it is the uniform of a gentlemen and is a good alternative to that of a crappy old t shirt
User avatar #32 to #30 - sparkyoneonetwo
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Once again, that was my ******* point.


That second part of that is just an opinion. Personally to me suits look dumb on anyone but just about anyone that wears a suit acts like they are better than everyone.




#35 to #32 - anon id: c6397772
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you're terrible at "making a point" so sit down, shut up and contemplate your thoughts before you write some crap about the content being stupid.
User avatar #36 to #35 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I"ve made the exact same ******* point the the other two people said.
#53 to #36 - anon id: 9dfdb790
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Sorry mate, your point is barely enough to be considered close to theirs. Their point was that it isn't the suit that makes someone a gentleman, but rather the way they act. What you said, first implied that what makes a gentleman was the suit. You implied this by not mentioning what makes a gentleman and then proceeding to criticize the suit only, not the characteristics. With this implication in tow, you proceeded to say that having a suit doesn't make you a good person, therefore not all gentlemen are good people. But since it isn't the suit that makes the person a gentlemen, but rather the actions, it makes your point wrong. All gentlemen are, by definition, good people.
User avatar #142 to #53 - sparkyoneonetwo
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My point is exactly the ******* same as theirs and what the guy below you said.

Everyone said pretty much the exact same damn thing just with different words to make the same point.
User avatar #70 to #53 - asasqw
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Since I rarely get a chance to do this lets play a bit of devil's advocate. It he was trying to say that people in a suit see them self as gentlemen regardless of how they act since for some reason attire > personality. He only criticized the suit since he doesn't like how suits look.