"Forget everything you've ever been taught by TV shows like Friends and Frasier and embrace spending time alone with another man."
How come we have to continually talk about how our girlfriends aren’t around and act like we’re being held at gunpoint while peering across the table at our bro?
Why is it that if two men do, for some CRAZY reason, happen to find themselves needing to grab dinner together, the first restaurants that come to mind are ones that serve burger-stuffed tacos with at least three dozen TV screens on the walls?
Forget everything you’ve ever been taught by TV shows like Friends and Frasier and embrace spending time alone with another man. Embrace the man-date and end the inherent fear guys feel when left alone with one another. Bring back the trends from the 19th century (but not all of them, remember slavery...) and put your arm around your best friend. Get brunch or dinner or go anywhere quiet -- hell, maybe there’s even an artisanal Buffalo chicken place that sports a customer base of quiet intellectuals. And hell, if the two of you are more Buffalo Wild Wings types, nothing wrong with that either -- there are so many sauce options! The point is, you should be somewhere you both want to go and talk about anything you want to talk about.