The Wet Spot: Adventures in bro-hunting

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A couple of nights ago I was hanging out, watching an episode of Entourage (because it's totally awesome and exactly like real life) and it got me thinking.

See, as a sexy and mysterious gentleman I have quite a few acquaintances. The problem is that ever since I started getting older, all of my friends started getting into relationships, getting married, and becoming increasingly lame.

What I'm trying to say is - I have no more bros.

Don't get me wrong; I have plenty of male friends. Guys I've been friends with since high school, guys I've been friends with since college and even one guy who Pauly Shore and I found frozen in the block of ice.

But what I don't have are any rad, single, dude-friends with sweet-ass nicknames who call each other "bro" all the time and get into crazy adventures. After watching a few more episodes, my mission became clear:

Time for a bro-hunt.

The Hunting Grounds

The key to any successful bro-hunt is choosing the right location. Sure, you can find dudes at pretty much any sports bar, strip club or yoga studio in the Twin Cities, but you can't go and strike up a convo with some random bros just anywhere.

You need to find places to approach guys where they feel totally non-weird and open to chatting it up with a new potential bro.

My recommendation? Public restrooms.

I like to approach dudes in public restrooms because it's quiet, intimate and you can really strike up some solid conversation. The best part? It's totally not weird. I mean, we all got to drain the lizard, amiright?

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