There are many things I hate about the squishiness of the males that make up Generation Puss. One of my pet peeves is pointed out in this poignant column. Read it and weep males. Until you learn this trait you’re a boy. And you’ll always stay a boy, boy.
AOM- “The habit of being prompt once formed extends to everything — meeting friends, paying debts, going to church, reaching and leaving place of business, keeping promises, retiring at night and rising in the morning, going to the lecture and town-meeting, and, indeed, to every relation and act, however trivial it may seem to observers.” –William Makepeace Thayer, Tact and Grit, 1882