|This is culvert.|
Recently, while researching a potential job at a university, Google led me to a website that asked me "Are you a Bro?" It promises that if I learn the "Bro code", I will then "get photos of hot girls, funny stories and videos, frat music and playlists" and other fine things. I accidentally kept reading, and learned that "bro" is also an adjective, and a versatile one at that. For example, the site's chat board includes repeated queries from young men wishing to know if a particular musician or clothing brand is still bro. Apparently, one of the worst things a new fraternity brother can do is wear something that is no longer bro. One fellow was informed that bragging about having sex with a coed who was menstruating was "so not bro". Nowhere was a formal definition of "bro" provided, but of course that's partly the point. If you don't know what bro means, you are most certainly not bro.
It occurred to me, after I was finished viewing the hot girls and funny stories, that fly fishing is in need of an adjective. And, because nobody has stepped up to the plate, I am doing so now. Am I going to define this adjective? No. Either you are, or you are not. Not sure? Spend some time on this blog.
And then ask yourself "Am I culvert?"
Well, are you, punk?