Las Vegas Mancations
The key ingredients for a wild, whirlwind manly escape to Las Vegas.
By: Ty Sawyer
Whoever came up with the slogan, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” had probably just finished a mancation. Vegas is best mancationed over a long weekend, because this 24-hour city is built to make sleep not the next option, but the last resort. Vegas rose from the desert custom-designed for sybarites, both the pleasure-seeking and those seeking the finer things in life, as well as the gaudy and seedy. So, it offers a heady mix of temptation, excess and carnality. It’s also patently masculine and sensual, crammed with over-the-top, non-stop stimulation and bright shiny things -- all key ingredients for a wild, whirlwind manly escape.
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