Rules all gentlemen should follow

Know what you want. Don’t go around asking for approval.
Always love and respect your parents.
Never cheat on your girlfriend/wife.
On the bus always give up your seat to the elderly, pregnant women, and mothers with their kids.
Don’t lend money to your family. Give it.
Don’t put others down.
Don’t participate in gossip.
At the gym wear nice clothes. You will interact with a lot of different kinds of professionals there and first impressions are everything.
Don’t ever take selfies.
In emails and texts don’t use short form.
No matter how mad you may be at your family, keep it in the family.
Don’t brag.
Listen. Girls like to talk about themselves.
Never use the term: “Shit happens.” Put in more efforts into comforting that person.
If talking to someone you don’t want to, make a polite excuse and leave.
Never talk religion with anyone. Keep it to yourself.
Don’t follow others.
Don’t waste your life away being on your phone and computer all the time.
When making plans, call. Don’t text.
Know how to fix things around the house.
Don’t be intimidated by anyone.
Know how to fight.
Have hobbies.
Don’t be afraid to go and watch a movie alone.
Learn to be patient and relaxed.
Never stop learning new skills.
Read books and keep the mind fresh.
Read the newspaper.
When your parents don’t make any sense, put up with it anyways. Its too hard for them to change at this age.
Never split the check. Always pay it.
Play chess at least twice a week. Keeps the mind super fresh.
Buy your mom flowers for no reason.
Own a pair of expensive sunglasses, gloves and nice scarf.
Own at least two nice watches.
Use a money clip. Not a wallet.
Don’t buy things you can’t afford.

You don’t have to agree with this rules but these are all characteristics of a good man.



1. Undo a sent message
Having second thoughts? Google offers a quick, life-saving tutorial to set an incremental amount of time where you can flip the “abort” switch. You’re welcome.

2. Make Gmail your default mail app
Seems like a no-brainer, but this extension will make sure whenever you click on an email address in any browser, it’ll open a new compose window in Gmail, rather than Apple’s next-to-useless Mail app.

3. See who’s opened your email
These days, there are dozens of services that’ll notify you once someone’s clicked into your messages. Sidekick is a solid option that lets you know if your recipient has read your email, and won’t notify them that you’re sneakily tracking their activity.

4. “Unsubscribe” from junk mail all at once
Check this site, enter your email address, and instantly see all of those outdated gym newsletters (yeah right), Seamless offers, and everything else you’ve unwittingly signed up for and unsubscribe in one fell swoop.

5. Track down your storage-sucking messages
Though Gmail promises that you “will never delete an email again,” if you’re running out of space, this service locates the emails that are taking up the most room in your inbox, so you can delete ‘em and lighten your load.

6. Make ‘Reply All’ the default
Why the hell would you want to do this? Well, if you work in an environment that relies on chain emails, setting your default to “reply all” rather than just “reply” means you’ll never be that asshole who forgets to pass on some critical info. You can access it in the “General” section of settings.

7. Download the Google Calendar app immediately
Finally, get a streamlined view of your calendar on your phone. It even adds photographs to each of your events so you can scan your schedule with ease, making you a productivity machine.

8. Access Gmail offline
Try as we might, we can’t always be wired in every second. This app lets you write and access emails without Internet, so you’re ready to send them the moment those bars come back.

9. Automatically send messages to certain folders
To access them, go to Settings, Filters, and Create new filter. Now, messages from certain people or messages with specific keywords can be directed to a folder of your choosing.

10. Stalk your contacts
Or at least the next best thing. This extension adds a sidebar that will show the Twitter handle, LinkedIn profile, even most recent status updates from email recipients so you know who you’re dealing with.

11. Encrypt your messages
Perfect for the paranoid techie, SecureMail lets you send encrypted emails with an agreed upon key that your recipient and you have chosen to decode it.

12. Find out which emails matter most
An incredibly helpful way to determine how crucial an email is at a glance, the personal level indicators can be accessed through the General section of the Settings menu. Once activated, they’ll display a single arrow ( › ) next to any messages sent to a group, and double arrows ( » ) to messages addressed only to you.

13. Never lose a message again
Keep forgetting to reply to certain emails? Download this extension, which will automatically remind you if you’ve neglected to answer a message after a set amount of time, and send it back to the top of your inbox.

14. Learn your keyboard shortcuts
Google keeps a convenient list of all the shortcuts that are always turned on as well as the optional ones right here, so you can use those keystrokes to send a message, add a BCC, and more—without tiring out those clicking fingers.

15. Finally silence those noisy email chains
Have officemates that are a little too liberal with the “Reply All?” Shut them up by opening the message, clicking “More,” and then “Mute.”

16. Schedule emails to send in the future
Many people have described Boomerang as the missing link of Gmail. This handy app lets you schedule email sends for the future, so you can work now and have your messages send when you’re long gone lounging poolside. It’ll also track who’s opening your mail, and remind you if you haven’t received a reply on something crucial.

17. Send form responses faster
If you’re constantly sending the same copy + paste emails at the office, try creating “Canned Responses.” You can enable them in Settings, in the “Labs” tab. Then in the compose window, select the “More options” arrow at the bottom to choose your pre-entered response, making it all the much faster to tell your boss “I’m right on top of that!” Time you can use to catch up on House of Cards at your desk.

18. Get a Google map image with every address someone sends
In the Labs section, enabling “Google Maps previews in mail” will show you a map every time someone sends an email with an address in it, giving you an easy reference point. There are lots of other external services (Yelp, etc) that you can opt to preview in Labs as well.

Top 9 Websites To Watch Movies Online For Free | 2015

We all love the idea of watching movies with just your Internet connection and a computer and no strings attached. Although some of you may think that this is not legal, i would say “why not try something ill-legal today”. There are lots of websites which provide to watch movies online, no need to sign-up and in few clicks you are into the movie arena.

Most of these sites don’t host the files due to legal disputes but they contain links to the sources, where we can get our hands dirty.


This website offers you complete HD experience for all the movie. You just need to download or install teh XVID player into your browser. Here you also get to see some 18+ movies.
Websites to watch movies Online for free 2013


VKFLIX – is a highly recommended free movie site. Without any doubt, VKFLIX is the most Ads-“friendly” website without annoying pop-up ads or annoying redirections. To start enjoying the movie watching just two clicks are enough while on the main page. The site is compatible with all devices that supports Flash Player, and you can also watch movies on mobile phones, tablets etc.

Streaming-Movies is the most comfortable website to watch online streaming movies. It’s increasing its movie database very fast, adding 20 movies everyday. You can browse movies by categories or by year of production. The site is compatible with any device that supports Flash Player. You don’t need any registration, all movies start with one click.

MoviesOnline must be your favorite site. Its full of links to every streaming movie imaginable. And everything is completely free. Its really good at what they do. You can usually find a good guality copy of any new movie on this website as soon as it comes out. What more could you wish?

One of the finest internet sites to watch full length movies streaming totally free. Has a large variety of latest movies of high quality. It was created specially for film lovers.Here you get detailed information on every movie. All you have to do is pick up your favorite movie by a simple click. No registration required.


MovieScout is a movie and TV series searching portal that provides detailed information about every release with comments, ratings, reviews, descriptions and much more. MovieScout helps to find any movie or TV series by genre and offers stream links with places where it can be watched online. provides all the latest movies and tv-shows online, here you can easily stream movies without downloading them, as many of the links works on mobile devices too! The website is very easy to navigate, and its not full of ads. There is huge collection of HQ links updated daily – no registration, no subscription.Just enjoy your favorite videos online.

11 ways to stop bad habbits

To your brain, the numbers 3:30 on the clock taste like vending-machine candy bars. The sight of the door at work feels like nicotine hitting the back of your throat. The sound of your car door closing smells like drive-thru fries. Hearing the familiar sizzle of the HBO logo tastes like four hours of ice cream flowing to your mouth on the couch while you binge and re-binge-watch The Wire.

These are your brain’s survival skills. And they’re killing you. It’s not that you have a “sitting desk” at work. Or your travel schedule requires that you eat filth at the airport kiosks. You and your dumb, untrained brain are doing these things. It’s actually so dumb that the fix is even dumber: Your life is a series of habits; gain control of your habits, gain control of your life.

A change in environment can completely unwire an addiction.

In May of 1971, two congressmen came back from Vietnam and reported that 15% of the American military over there was addicted to heroin. Fifteen percent! Those are CBGBs numbers. Further study brought that number to 20% self-reporting as addicts. Even more dabbled. But President Nixon took an unorthodox approach: He commanded that all addicted soldiers stay in Vietnam until they dried out.

Final success rate? Five percent. Meaning 20 out of 100 were addicted at the end of duty. And only 1 in 100 relapsed back in the states. And make no mistake—that’s 1 out of 100 people who survived and witnessed Vietnam. (I’ll get to what this means for your snack breaks in a minute). Ninety-nine out of 100 people who saw their friends die, who know what an ear-necklace is, who slept in the jungle, who lost limbs and who knew how to find a cheap pain-numbing drug walked away from it. Just by changing one part of their habit.

The numbers were so unbelievable that further studies were ordered. That’s when they discovered the missing piece: a change in environment can completely unwire an addiction.

“People, when they perform a behavior a lot—especially in the same environment, same sort of physical setting—outsource the control of the behavior to the environment,” says David Neal, a behavioral psychologist familiar with the study.

If life has outsourced your self-control, here’s how to disrupt your habits and conquer your impulses:

1. Snack or otherwise partake with your nondominant hand.
Don’t start a shame cycle. Don’t throw out perfectly good food. Don’t buy a fucking diet book. Try this just-enough challenge to keep you from going into autopilot. As a benefit: you’ll build, strengthen and create new neural pathways to your brain. (You can also substitute lighting a cigarette/masturbating/scrolling through your phone/channel surfing.)

When your body whines, do your best Gene Hackman: “I am the captain of this boat!”

2. Curb your web browsing habit by disrupting your web browser with the Language Immersion Extension for Chrome.
This will just change one or dos palabras in a sentence to your target language. Browsing will look like a bad Hemingway short story. Bonus: you’ll build your vocabulary.

3. Jesus said, ‘If your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off.’
So if one or two websites drag you down, block them during specific work hours on Stay Focusd. I had this one running to give me five minutes of Facebook or Gawker a day before 6pm. Then I weaned off it. But I left it on for Wednesdays. Every Wednesday, I’m shocked when I’ve already used up my allowance by lunch.

4. Next time you finish cleaning the bathroom, arrange a booty call.
Seriously. Try it. In that order. Clean bathroom. Get texting. Have some company. You will be psyched next time you scrub that sink.

5. Pick whatever you do when you get home from a stressful day—shopping, smoking weed, ordering takeout—and just go to the damn movies.
When your body whines about it. do your best Gene Hackman: “I am the captain of this boat!”

6. Don’t ‘Keep Me Signed In.’
True on your phone. True on your browser. When you have to say, “I am going to remember my password, sign in, then see who from high school just had a baby,” your brain reacts differently than the mindless scroll of Twitter and Facebook.

7. Delete apps once in a while.
They aren’t going anywhere. Even the paid ones. You still have accounts. The only thing disappearing is your time. Take a week off Facebook and Twitter.

8. Before every first date, delete all of your dating apps.
Serial dating can be just as bad of a habit as any other. These apps are criminal because they waste our time and steal our hearts. Here’s the saddest 21st-century breakup I’ve heard: “‘What happened?’; ‘Are you okay?’; and ‘Have you turned Tinder back on?’ Sometimes the last answer suffices for all three: ‘I never turned it off,’ a newly single man once confessed.”

9. Set your notifications to zero.
Discover who thinks you’re a pretty little snowflake on Tinder when you go into Tinder. Find out who liked your comment when you find out the next bit of thrilling information. Don’t interrupt your flow of day, nor your appreciation of the calm winter skies. Same to you, Instagram.

10. Use the polite little iPhone moon icon for ‘Do Not Disturb.’
It’s my favorite. Texts, Tinder, Instagram, Facebook, NPR updates and Snapchat will all come directly to your lock screen, but they don’t light up or make a peep. You can elect to check them at any time. Phone calls, however, come right in.

11. Studies show that locational habits have social elements. So if you have one friend at work who is always asking if you want to go for a cigarette: murder him quietly.
And just to play it cool. Remember that exact amount of time he spent. Take the entire time it takes him to walk out, smoke and get back to do whichever one of these bad habits on the clock that you want.

After all, he did.

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