Welcome back to the Afghan edition of Becoming Superfly. Your one-stop shop experience to putting the nacho back in macho and the laughter in slaughter. For those of you just joining, I'm your host with the most, the Polish Prince, the Man with the Master Plan, Superfly! Making women swoon since 1979 (Trademarked). Special shout out this week to the blog's number one fan, Petty Officer Stephen Knox. Also known as "the Situation" due to his hulking abs and Brooklyn blowout. PO Knox, you are an inspiration and a fine American. Keep on keeping on and soon you can break the shackles and join the Superfly on our long journey to uber-manhood.
As you all know, this site is dedicated to the journey each of us men must endure in swimming against the current and seeking out our true man-nature. Each week I tell you a little bit about my journey there. This week I will be beginning jiu-jitsu classes. Not to be confused with the other fighting art:
I figured as part of my Spartacus workout I should work on some functional fitness as well. Speaking of the Spartacus workout, many of you have been asking how I am progressing. Let me just tell you the proof is in the butt-cheeks! My rear-end is killing me from all these squats and slinging kettle-bells. However, I am able to crack walnuts with my ass now. Just yesterday the guys at work were commenting on how I always bring the de-shelled walnuts. Eat up boys!
I have also been working on my penmanship. My goal was to have legible writing likened to the Declaration on Independence. I ordered the Spencerian Penmanship Course from Amazon. An absolutely fantastic purchase.
Here is a sample of the writing I found online:
How cool is that?
I also started my Rosetta Stone Persian Language Course (Farsi). It's extremely difficult. The course teaches the language through immersion. Much like your mom did as a child minus the belt and bar of soap.
I have a comments section with www.BecomingSuperfly.com allowing my readers the opportunity to discuss how they rebelled against the feminization of our society this week. Feel free to leave your experiences for us all to discuss.
From A Cave,