The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,500 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 4 years to get that many views.
Anyone who has ever taking the subway in New York City in the morning on a weekday knows how crowded it can get. If you are lucky, and perhaps getting on at the end of the line, you may even get a seat. For those of you who take part in this ritual probably try to relax in preparation for the day ahead while sipping coffee and reading the paper. Well, at least that is how they portray it in the movies right? In reality, if I get a seat I know that I am going to get a face full of someone else’s crotch to go with my ride. Obviously the people who were not fortunate enough to get a seat will stand so close to you and give you a full frontal view. This happens to me all the time so I am used to it. But the other day I was exposed to a guy wearing…
They were staring right at me during a morning ride on the subway. Once again I was annoyed by a man’s choice in fashion. I don’t know when pleated pants came about, became popular or went out of style. I just know they have no place on a modern man. I do not even see pleated pants in the stores anymore and for good reason. They look awkward and they always have. They for sure fall under the category of “not sexy.” While I am a big fan of vintage clothing shops, I urge all men to never purchase pleated pants; used or new. They say pleated pants give larger men or men with an athletic build more room, but I disagree. The right pair of flat front pants should fit just fine and will look cleaner as well as more sophisticated. Just make sure you purchase the right size and have them tailored accordingly. You want them to be fitted and sexy not showing all your goods.