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The Ladies' Man: 1892

The ladies’ man is a species of the masculine sex rarer in the present days than of 20 years ago. He is still, however, to be met with in a modified form, although he does not figure as the hero, not even of the Young Ladies’ Journal stories, men of a stronger type pushing him to the rear. 1,635 more words

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by Daniel Valot

The scene takes place in the vast dwelling of the Chartiers, in Saint-Germain en Laye, near Paris. Dinner is over. Sitting in armchairs in the salon, snifters of armagnac in hand, the guests are happily chatting on various light topics. 615 more words


Drink Hennessy and Courvoisier

Completed: 36 Drink Hennessy and Courvoisier

This is why goals are added — to learn something.

Going into this, I thought Courvoisier and Hennessy were different drinks. 159 more words

Funny Short Film About Book Lovers

Link to view Bookies and the Beast

An online acquaintance of mine participated recently in a short film for a 48 hour film contest. They were given a genre, line of dialogue, specific character, location, and a prop to include in their film, as well as an over all theme for the entire contest.  67 more words


Ladies Man. 

Those teeth. That smile. That shirt. He’s too cute. Just pure perfection.

Woah! Womanizer

You flash your smile and their hearts melt.
Even for miles and miles your presence is felt.
Ladies think you’re a catch, and so do I. 119 more words