Controversial clip has garnered nearly 10 million views on YouTube.
Television maker Samsung is taking heat over a new commercial portraying men as dirty, unkempt, flatulent couch potatoes.
In the new ad for Samsung Smart TV’s Evolution Kit called “Evolutionary Husband?,” posted May 14 on YouTube, a woman daydreams about plugging the Evolution Kit into her man, who then becomes an “evolved” multitasking marvel — caring for the baby while simultaneously making breakfast, painting, decorating a cake and watering a plant.
Her daydream is brought to an abrupt close by a loud emission of flatulence from said husband — who remains the same sloppy, zombie-like caveman who appears to have not left the couch in several days.
Men are increasingly putting their own playful touch on the big day.
A wedding is supposed to be about the couple, but let’s be realistic: It’s really all about the bride.
Bridezilla aside, some grooms and groomsmen are finding ways to incorporate a little style of their own into the main event.
Friendships can at times be difficult to maintain, but it's important to make an effort.
Brad Pitt may have just a few best buddies, but he’s probably not unlike most men.
"I have very few friends," the 49-year-old tells Esquire in the upcoming June/July issue.
"I have a handful of close friends and I have my family, and I haven't known life to be any happier. I'm making things. I just haven't known life to be any happier."
A 2011 study out of Cornell University found that most Americans have just two close confidants, down from three 25 years ago.
Guys, if you need to retain new information, cut the multitasking.
By John Gilpatrick, Men’s Health
Pay attention! No emails, no Twitter, nothing.
Why? Multitasking is ineffective when it comes to retaining information, according to new research out of York University in Toronto.
Clinics in both Britain and the U.S. are helping men put their best foot forward.
Hobbits may be cool right now, but hairy "Hobbit feet"? Not so much.
A number of British men are turning to laser hair removal to treat “Hobbit feet” – excessive hair growth on the feet, The Sunday Times reports.
“For men, feet is a big area, because they all go out in flip-flops at the moment, that is the big craze,” Dr. Michael Prager, a London-based dermatologist, told The Sunday Times. “The fashion has changed: men show more leg and they want their feet to look good.”
Big breakup could have helped character overcome his selective mutism.
In “The Big Bang Theory” season finale Thursday night, Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) delighted fans everywhere when he finally overcame his fear of talking to women – without the need for alcohol.
It’s a big emotional breakthrough for the character, who appears to suffer from selective mutism, said Lynn Lunceford, a psychologist who treats clients with the disorder.
Evolution may help shape political motivations, study suggests.
Rich men with bulging biceps may be more likely to hold economically conservative views and buff but poorer men to hold economically liberal views, according to a new study.
Michael Bang Petersen of Aarhus University in Denmark and Daniel Sznycer of the University of California, Santa Barbara, wanted to determine whether political motivations had an evolutionary link to physical strength. After all, in the early days of our ancestors, decisions about the distribution of resources were decided not by Congress but through a show of strength.
These men are mastering the art of defrizzing, straightening and styling like a pro.
Guys, would you take a class to learn how to blow dry your wife’s hair?
That’s exactly what a small group of men at the posh Louis Licari salon in New York City have done. For $2,400, they are learning to wield a dryer and defrizz, straighten and style like a pro.
The six-week class was the idea of renowned stylist Arsen Gurgov, which he created after clients repeatedly told him, “I wish my husband did this!”