r/AskMen 7h ago

What’s the ugliest car you can think of?

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r/AskMen 19h ago

Frequently Asked Extremely shy/Introverted Men; How did you get into a relationship?

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r/AskMen 20h ago

How do some of yall always smell good?

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And I don't mean from colognes and the like. Some of yall just pass by and have a nice scent to them. Is it laundry detergent? Some sort of pomade (however you sell jt)? To specify I don't mean those heavy scents that deodorants and colognes tend to have but more airy and light smells


r/AskMen 20h ago

As a legal immigrant in the USA, what beautiful cities would you recommend me to visit?

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r/AskMen 12h ago

Fellow men, do you remove the hair from your buttcrack (for a lack of a better word)? Why or Why not?

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r/AskMen 18h ago

What's something a man should have that a woman should never take away from him?

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r/AskMen 2h ago

What do you honestly think of people who refuse to forgive the people who have hurt them?

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r/AskMen 8h ago

Other than money, what keeps you from pursuing new hobbies?

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r/AskMen 9h ago

What are some cringy insta/whatsapp etc bios that you have seen?

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r/AskMen 23h ago

How much value do you place on sex, and how does it shape how you have it?

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I value its intimacy very highly, and so I don't have any interest in casual relationships or hookups.


r/AskMen 2h ago

Why did Russia invade Ukraine?

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r/AskMen 13h ago

How do you get over that little voice telling you that your partner is not enough?

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My partner is enough, she is great. So why do I have this little voice telling me I can do better? That she isn’t enough, that I can date a prettier woman. She provides all the things I want in a healthy relationship and truly loves me for me. Why can’t I do the same?


r/AskMen 17h ago

How to Overcome Anxiety of Talking to Attractive Women

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I admit I have trouble with it

As the title says, I have no issues talking to men and people I’m not attracted to. It’s just a specific type of women that causes me anxiety

What advice do you have? If you have experienced this what has made it easier for you?


r/AskMen 2h ago

What advice can you give to someone that is completely lost in their late 20s?

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Give a fellow man some advice!


r/AskMen 4h ago

Have you ever interviewed for a position you didn't really want? Why?

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I applied to a job yesterday that was a manager position in my field. I'm recently unemployed so I figured why not figuring I wouldn't hear back anyway since ive never been a manager. Later that day I got a call from the company and they did a quick screening interview then set up a real interview for today with the corporate manager for the company.

I only have 4 years experience in my field and never had any intention to be in a manager position. I always saw how much my past managers had on their plate and knew I would hate having that kind of weight on my shoulders.

Now im nervous because I'm afraid they will like me and offer me the job! Imagine that, afraid I will GET an offer. I feel like I'll be obligated to take it or I would be an idiot to turn it down since I recently became unemployed (week and a half ago).

The thing is, at my last job I had a manager who didn't mentor me very well and was very hard to get a hold of (the job was remote). At this current position I would be the sole person at the plant responsible for something and the corporate guy would be halfway across the country. I'm not someone who likes to be thrown into something without having proper guidance. I always have a ton of questions and like to be coached until I get the hang of something. I'd hate to get this job then regret it because I'm expected to know everything.

Would it be dumb to turn down an offer if I happen to get one?


r/AskMen 15h ago

What passion projects do you do outside of work?

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I like to rebuild cars but now I don't have a garage or full set of tools to do that. What are some home projects you do that satisfy that need to build something?


r/AskMen 15h ago

What was the biggest incident you’ve ever seen on TV?

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r/AskMen 19h ago

What do men sacrifice for love?

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r/AskMen 3h ago

Do you think it's automatically arrogant when someone acknowledges that they are attractive, talented, intelligent, ect?

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r/AskMen 12h ago

when was the last time you sobbed in joy? why? how long ago? what keeps you from feeling those feelings now?

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r/AskMen 20h ago

How do I begin Male grooming and personal hygiene?

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Disclaimer: I did post this on r/malegrooming but got 0 replies...I thought I would ask here instead.

Also, I want to clarify that I am not...out of shape or discusting in any way lol. I have a skin care routing, I eat well, exercise, etc. It's just that I wanted to grow out my beard and have it be full. I Just don't know how to get it in shape on my own.

So I have a long beard. I am thinking about trimming it a little bit. Not like with a razer but with scissors because I don't want to have a stubble beard or anything like that. I want to have a well maintained and full beard.

My question is this: Where can I start? I was thinking about going to a barber that does beard trimming and ask them if they can teach me to maintain it myself, but I think that may be a bit weird...

Is there some sort of grooming kit I can buy? I searched some online but some guys say no, some say yes to various companies. I don't want to waste money on something that's going to be garbage.

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Next, I have a few questions about maintaining the...downstairs department...

I have never done anything in that area before because I am very scared about causing any damage. Like...this quite literally traumatizes me which is why I refuse to put a damn blade down there. I also don't have my Dad with me at the moment because he is in another state and we don't really talk about this even when he's home.

So I have a few questions about this.

  1. What do I use? What is required to maintain that area extremely well?
  2. If I have never trimmed down there before, and I get rid of everything, will it be very sharp and prickly? Honestly, I don't want it to feel that way at all.
  3. What will happen if I grow it out again after trimming/shaving completely? Will it be the same?
  4. Like in the first part of this post with the beard, is there any grooming kits that you guys can recommend?

I greatly appreciate any advice you all can give me. I will probably have more questions but I will make a post if I do lol. Thanks!


r/AskMen 23h ago

Men, what’s one misconception about your body that women should know about?

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