Does it mean you’re secure in your masculinity to wear pink when you’re a guy? Or, are you just jumping on the pink gravy train to Easy Depot? Or, does it mean you’re a holdover from the ’80s and still perm your hair? What does it mean? Read Babbs’ column about men in pink.
Another road trip under her shooting belt, Babbs and Associate Editor Paige Eissinger just returned from a memorable 5 days in Iowa that included Babes with Bullets Camp, a pheasant hunt and a trip to the Amana Colonies.
Skunk defensive secretion is composed of seven major volatile components. These can be divided into two major groups of compounds, thiols and acetate derivatives of these thiols. Two of the thiols are responsible for the strongly repellent odor of the secretion, (E)-2-butene-1-thiol and 3-methyl-1-butanethiol. Had enough of a chemistry equation for the day? Read about Babbs and skunks and why “Oh-dee-skunk” parfume permeates about two miles of what was once fresh air around your nose.