Category Archives: philosophy

Metrosexual Meatheads? How Does Our Society See Bodybuilders?

| July 3, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

On my way to the bus station I passed by a toilet shop with a huge window and did what many victims of the lifting game do – I started scanning my reflection for abnormal muscle development. I had to keep the scan short because people working in the store started looking at me as […]

What I Learned From Drinking Beer In The Gym While Leg Pressing

| July 1, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

On my way to the gym today, I decided to double fuck the industry and bought a large beer can to drink from during my sinful yet epic leg press session. Normally, I prefer pirate rum, but it’s expensive and comes in large bottles. Besides, I didn’t want to get kicked out of the gym […]

Generation Tank Top: Gym Selfies, Posing and Village Muscles

| June 29, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

I went to the gym before most people finish slavery, excuse me, work. The barbell den was empty but not for long. At six o’clock a horde of tank top samurais entered the premises. One of them was a metrosexual captain upper body – shaved, big arms, skinny legs, hysterical tattoos, a funny haircut. He […]

Police Propaganda In Modern TV Shows

| June 27, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

A long time ago I watched an episode of the TV series The Mentalist. There was a short dialogue between an FBI agent and a potential witness of a crime that got my attention. Here it is: Agent Kimball Cho, FBI: I understand you were working security here last night. You mind answering a few […]

Interview With The Part Of Me Wanting Bigger Muscles

| June 19, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

This is an interview with a part of me that wanted to get bigger muscles. The interviewer is another part of me that works as a part-time shrink. Why do you want big muscles? Don’t know. I mean I know, but these days don’t know is a synonym for I don’t want to tell you, […]

The Impact Movies On Muscle Building and Exercising

| June 3, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Films have the power to alter people’s perception of reality. Many of the values and beliefs that we have accepted for granted are a direct result of strong propaganda originating from the entertainment industry. I often catch myself using phrases from popular sitcoms. Sometimes I do that even when I am alone and talking to […]

Is The Gym a Good Place To Socialize and Make Friends?

| May 8, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

The gym is a peculiar place where people from all walks of life gather. Over the years I have seen a wide variety of specimens in the weight room – professional bodybuilders, recreational steroid users, fat powerlifters, biceps brahs, celebrities, lawyers, drug dealers, whores, semi-whores, soon to be whores, whales, bears….etc. The list is very long, […]

Stories from The Gym: Loneliness In The MAll After a Workout Lifting weights cannot cure everything. It's only anesthesia.

| May 1, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Today, I went to a popular mall to buy me some weights for my minimalistic home gym consisting primarily of two adjustable dumbbells. The place was, of course, full of people walking around intoxicated by the type of fake hope only stores can provide. One of my instant observations was that the concentration of muscular dudes was […]