I'm writing to you from Chicago, where I attended a wedding last night. The bride and groom are deeply religious, and they did things according to ancient Jewish custom - like separate dancing for men and women. The tables on the women's side were decorated with pink flower arrangements, but there were none to be found for the men.
I'm certain that men appreciate flowers, and I know we can do better than a beer mug full of carnations that approximate foam. What do you think makes a floral arrangement distinctly masculine?