Broetry by Brian McGackin Puts Into Words What Men Can't

By: Jason Soy - Published: Jul 24, 2011 • References: brianmcgackin & coolmaterial
Not every man aspires to be Shakespeare, but Broetry by Brian McGackin manages to do a pretty good job at articulating the infinitely deep thoughts of the male species in poetic form. With stanzas like, "I go to drink beer/lots of beer/and I go to eat/chicken fingers..." readers will surely empathize with McGackin's words, even if they aren't in iambic pentameter.

Broetry explores various topics in prose that doesn't fly over the heads of typical male poetry readers. Even if the words used are very basic, at least they give us guys an outlet to get in touch with our sensitive sides.

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Segment: Males, 18-35
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