Here is the first of what will become a weekly review of the The Gentleman posts. At The Gentleman we haven’t been writing posts on a Sunday due to a weekly dueling club (due to the rules of the club I cannot talk any more about it). Sufficed to say there are no surviving members of the club.
So what have we learned this week?
Firstly we learned how to dine in a gentlemanly fashion. We leant what to eat, when to eat it and how to eat it. This may be common knowledge but I disagree and insist that you read this post.
Secondly, after a day off, we leant one of the golden rules of gentlemanly hygiene; gentlemen don’t shave their chests. If this rule isn’t as crystal clear as it should be to all gentlemen you should read the post and find out the extensive reasons why.
Thirdly we leant that we gentlemen are men of literature. We read to amass knowledge and to engulf ourselves in meaty plot-lines with gentlemanly protagonists. Literature is a gentleman’s medium it must be said, so why not peruse this post for your own reading pleasure.
Lastly we were informed about the simple courtesies that a gentleman should employ in his day to day business. Gentlemen are synonymous with courtesy and that’s as good enough a reason as any to read this post.
From The Vault.
Here is a post from the archives that you may have missed. For those who don’t know about the sport that is golf, have a read of this and learn more than you wanted to ever know about this great game.
So there you have it.