Singing Total Eclipse of the Heart

Revoke his Man Card?

34 Yes
14 No

Revokee Name: Self

Submitted By: Self

Reason for Revocation:
Self revocation. After Several beers, wines then a bottle Don Juan I found myself singing (loudly) ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ and actually knowing most of the words.

Making up for it this week by roasting pig in the webber, drinking bourbon and beer, and watching the world cup.

Also searching for world cup babes on the internet to know who I should cheer for.

15 Comments

  1. Profile photo of Sergio Sergio says:

    this is just plain stupid…are you that hard up for attention that you need to revoke your own man card? But i’ll tell you what I will not only revoke your man card but I will do you one better…I will give you the number of a really good surgeon to chop off your balls since apparently you seem to enjoy being a woman. Revocation of your own man card should come with this stipulation “any man interested in revoking his own man card will immediately have said card revoked permanently.” no vote necessary just turn in your man card and walk away…because if you give up your man card without a fight or offer up your own then my friends you are not a real man.

    My name is Sergio and I approve this message!

  2. Profile photo of Ryan Ryan says:

    hey Serg nice RWJ reference at the end there 🙂

    i think he did a decent job of repenting so i am voting no.

    Dont get me wrong, the revocation is certainly in order, but i think there is sufficient evidence to let it go.

  3. Profile photo of Simon Simon says:

    Easy Tiger, this one is my fault… Carl told me this story over a very drunken phone call and I forgot to post it on the site. Carl, props on the self revocation but i will add this link for something very funny by someone very Manly as Adam Savage of MythBusters sings “I Will Survive” as Gollum.

  4. Profile photo of Jorge Jorge says:

    I’m voting yes to the revocation only because your avatar is crying blood, like a b*tch

  5. Profile photo of Ron Ron says:

    I can respect the fact you self revoked but have to agree with Jorge, a crying blood avatar is grounds for revocation and not even close to being manly

  6. Profile photo of Ramsey Ramsey says:

    I actually have to thank Carl. He post his own revocation, revokes his own man card, and then serves out his own punishment to redeem his man card. We didn’t even have to lift a finger, I like this.

  7. Profile photo of Sergio Sergio says:

    ok fellas when you put it like that maybe I was a tad too harsh. Still I never like the idea of a man revoking his own card under any circumstances its just not manly in my opinion…I am just saying.

  8. A man should never admit he was wrong? Surge that is actually quite a feminine attitude.

  9. Profile photo of Tom Tom says:

    Carl, Hue Jass and I sat down in an emergency meeting last night in the Official Man Card HQ Situation Room(Yes, we’ve got a situation room to; fuck you Wolf Blitzer!).

    He and I are on opposing sides of the fence on this one. Hue seems to believe, as with Surge, that self revocation is of the utmost of unmanly actions. “How can he just throw himself on the hot coals” Hue was screaming at me in that raspy Aussie-esque voice of his.

    I, however, take a different perspective. Self-governing bodies do not require a “big brother” to catch them and post their unmanly actions. As men, we can own up to revocation! Its a tough one my friend, but good revocation none the less.

  10. Profile photo of Sergio Sergio says:

    an action is only wrong if there is a witness or video evidence…for example if I die and at the gates of heaven (yeah I know i’m going to hell but just humor me) St. Peter says “it says here that you robbed a convenience store when you were 20?” I will look St. Peter in the eyes and say “do you have it on tape?” he says “No” I say “move on”…next he says “it also says here you had a threesome with a mother and daughter!” I again say “do you have a tape?” he says “yes” I say “why are you asking then” what I am saying is that I still stand by self revocation is unmanly…I mean really do you go snitch yourself out to a cop every time you break a speeding law? No because that would be stupid. So to Carl admitting when you are wrong is not a bad thing IF YOU HAVE BEEN CAUGHT but to essentially arrest yourself I still say nay!

  11. Profile photo of Ramsey Ramsey says:

    No way the legendary Official Man Card HQ Situation Room!!!! I’ve heard the rumors but I didn’t believe them to be true. The story goes that the Department of Defense was going to build a new ultra secure bunker for the president but at the last minute determined that keeping the world manly was a higher priority. This is the only recorded evidence of the bunker’s entrance, let alone existence.



  12. OT_Chiver says:

    Well hold on, was it the one from Wedding crashers (The singer who also was in the Hangover) or the actual one. If it’s crashers, he keeps man card…

  13. The Dan Band version from Old School would be ok.

  14. TerblTim says:

    I know it’s late but I just saw this…
    I agree with the first of Serg’s comments. Inexcusable!
    Further, once the card is lost, regardless of how that happened, (grrr,)it is up to the bro-hood to reinstate the card.
    The guy can’t just do a few tricks and have it reinstated automatically.
    All that arguing the “fine-points” of what is clearly solid principle is tantamount to whining.
    Watch it Tom. You’re standing on the edge of your own card and leaning a little too far out over the abyss.
    Those who know the guy can reinstate the card if they think he’s recovered sufficiently, (and they should judge sternly.)
    Until then he stays revoked.
    I almost feel like a wussy for even getting into such a foolish discussion but someone had to say it!
    Atta-boy Serg, (on your first comment.)

  15. I really like reading a post that will make men and women think. Also, thanks for allowing for me to comment!

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