Writing

I’m a freelance writer and former editor-in-chief of a men’s lifestyle website. I’ve written for AskMen, Details, Men’s Health, Cosmo, Nerve, Maxim and Penthouse.

Some of my recent work includes the true story behind the characters in Dazed and Confused and the most influential men of 2013. I’ve also written three books.

Guyism

Benching a baseball player for lack of hustle is absolutely pointless

5 ways to network that won’t make you feel like a scumbag

3 sneaky but acceptable ways to get someone to say ‘yes’

4 important things to remember if your life sucks

I watched a guy get a hand job on a crowded street today

Ask Men

If Prince William Doesn’t Have to Wear a Wedding Ring, Why Should I?

The Most Influential Men of 2013

How To Survive a Job You Hate 

Top 10: Perverted Behaviors To Stop

Top 10: Scary Girlfriend Behaviors

The Argument Against Yoga

When Dads Get Depressed Who Says Postpartum Is Just for Women?

BroBible

11 Pieces of Sports Movie Memorabilia Any Guy Would Kill To Own

6 Sure Signs You’ll Be an Awful Father

12 Asshole Moves You Can Only Get Away With in College

GuySpeed

My old work on GuySpeed.com.

ScreenCrush

The Crazy But Real Life Stories of the Characters From Dazed and Confused

The 25th Anniversary of Die Hard: How John McClane Changed Action Movies (and Us) Forever

Nerve

Before You Were Born: The Real Jersey Shore

Penthouse

Leveling the Playing Field

Batters Up

Playing the Age Card

The Nervous Breakdown

The Miserable Nurse in the Happy-Faced Scrubs

Cosmo

Top 10 Things He Doesn’t Want to Hear About Your Ex

Good Men Project

You’re Not the First

Effeminate Lumberjacks and Stuffed Turtles

It Takes More Than a Shirt

From Slim Goodbody to the Fresh Beats

Asylum

Asylum Writer Tackles the McDonald’s ‘Mc10:35′

How Writing Like an A**hole Gets You a Facebook Fan Group

Get Dumped? Then Donate Your Ex’s Old Junk to Goodwill

How to Get Better Customer Service by Being an A**hole

NFL Scout Discusses Life Chasing the Next Big Football Star 

Challenging My Masculinity — One Writer Dares to Ignore the Maxims of Manhood

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