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One part 'hold my beer' and one part 'don't try this at home'

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on December 22, 2017

One part ‘hold my beer’ and one part ‘don’t try this at home’

Ok, I admit it.

Now that I’ve seen this, I kinda want to try it myself.

You can tell just by the photo that this is no wussy little mamma’s boy.

Dude is out there on a frozen lake in Alaska.

Don't try this at home!

Living The Alaska Life includes all kinds of shenanigans besides sitting on the couch. However this maneuver is not yet OSHA approved so use discretion out there folks. πŸ™‚ Video by: @conordeal on IG.

Posted by The Alaska Life on Friday, December 15, 2017

In shorts.

And no shirt.

But he’s also a bit of a wildcard.

He’s on skates, too — but we’re not at the good part yet.

He’s got a chainsaw.

No, he’s not juggling it.

No, he’s not cutting anything with it, either.

He’s doing something so much cooler than that.

He’s just figured out a new way of getting around.

Practical? Not really.

Dangerous? You bet!

But it’s still pretty awesome!

Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):

Why be average? It’s so overrated.

Everyone does that.

You need to Do Epic Sh-t.

If you don’t think so, add some more meat to your diet and read this while you wait for your steak to grill:

Effeminization Of The American Male

by Doug Giles

Doug Giles, best-selling author of Raising Righteous And Rowdy Girls and Editor-In-Chief of the mega-blog,, has just penned a book he guarantees will kick hipster males into the rarefied air of masculinity. That is, if the man-child will put down his frappuccino; shut the hell up and listen and obey everything he instructs them to do in his timely and tornadic tome. Buy Now:The Effeminization Of The American Male


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