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A lot of men my age seem uninterested in a committed relationship, seeming to prefer a more casual “low investment, low return” approach to relationships. As a guy who was single for 35 years, I completely agree and think that – all things remaining equal – having a good relationship is a far superior state of being than being alone.
Do men actually ENJOY the endless tedium and stress of going on a string of disappointing dates? (This does not mean that I look down on single people or think you should be in an unsatisfying relationship so, please, spare me the complaints.) But what gets me the most excited, Elaine, is that you’ve forced me to consider something that I’ve never actually considered before: Why Don’t Men Hate Being Single As Much as Women Do?
So every Friday, before we play on Sunday, I'll get my haircut. I try to get it done on Fridays, so I don't have to stress about it.
Because normally we travel on Saturdays and so even if we're in a different place, I already have my same routine.
“It's not just like, ‘Oh, this week I'm going to be good.
Next week I won't.’ It’s like working out or anything else—you have keep a good regimen and good grooming habits.
Justin Pugh: I try to get everything done before game day itself.
I get my haircut at the facility and I trim my beard up at home, and it works out perfect for me.
Come game day, maybe I'll like take a straight edge and kind of line up my beard a little bit, because that's when you get the five o'clock shadow.
Some of the things I hate about being single are (in no particular order): lack of love, affection and emotional support; not having someone to go on vacation with; not having someone to share domestic tasks with; being excluded from social gatherings because I don’t have a partner; not having someone to talk to at home on a day to day basis; having to cope with the financial burden of being single (apartment, bills etc.); not having a regular source of quality sex available.
Surely these things apply to men just as much as women? “A lot of guys will try to grow out a beard, and it ends up all patchy and it doesn’t work. ’ I have a good beard, good head of hair, so I ride that wave. Work with what you have and play to your strengths.” Staying well-groomed is more than just a one-off thing for Pugh—he suggests all guys treat their style and grooming habits as a serious routine.