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Once upon a time, there was a manly masculine man who bet his friend, an almost manly man, that he could not eat an entire six inch sub sandwich in one bite. “Alright,” said the almost manly man, who then proceeded to stuff the entire hoagie into his mouth. As he chewed, a sly smile slowly spread across his face as he considered his friend’s penalty.


“I think I know what I will make you do,” said the almost manly man to his friend. “Remember, we must take community classes to retain our licenses, and I think I have just the course in mind for you.” The manly man stood in stricken awe as the other man removed something from the bulletin board in their small break room. He could not believe his eyes as his friend handed him a flyer for ‘Interior Design Courses for Fun.”


The first day of his design course, his first day off from work, approached so very rapid and fast. The manly man thought to pretend he had attended the silly course, and he was sure he could make up something good to make his lie believable. But he was not so very surprised at the strike of noon, when his almost manly friend arrived at his home to chauffer the nervous but manly man to his design class.


The class was half full, and the interior design instructor was very strange, and the manly man just knew he would be bored. But the next thing he knew, the instructor pulled out some power tools and inquired who had any interest in learning design craft from a construction viewpoint. The manly man raised his hand without thinking about it. “I will!” he cried. “That table saw looks fun, and I would love to play with it for awhile.”


The manly man found that he was soon the head-of-the-class, and he learned all he could about design. He decided to get registered as an interior designer, and then he quit his job to open his own design firm. His almost manly friend finally ran into him one day, and he saw him driving a sports car that looked like it was designed in a dream. The manly man was very happy with his new life, and he waved as he passed his old friend.


What is the moral of the story? Perhaps it is that only an almost manly man can sucker a manly guy into taking a course in interior design. One of the best, however, of all the potential morals most certainly is that any man, whether manly or a man in the first place, should follow their heart through the course of their life. Doing so gives opportunity for success, and it will be a success tempered with joy and happiness. The end.

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