You wouldn't know a classy broad if she took a dump on your head - but we'll give you the 411 on first-class flying etiquette, so the next time you're seated next to Nicolas Cage because of your last-minute upgrade, you'll know how to hold your own.
Hang in the Admirals Club beforehand with your fellow high rollers.
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY
SPLITTING THE BILL
A KISS AT THE DOOR
QUOTING SEX AND THE CITY
LAUGHING WHEN THE FOOD IS LATE/SUCKS
BRINGING TWO BOTTLES OF WINE TO THE BYOB
KIND OF HIP
HOOKING UP IN THE POOL
A NIGHT OF THEATRE
WALKING HER TO THE DOOR
MAKING OUT ON A ROOF
PARKS AFTER DARK
CONDOMS FROM YOUR G.A.
CHEATERS & JOEY GRECO
CHIVALRY (IT'S DEAD)
STIFFING THE CABBIE
TEMPER TANTRUM AT THE WAITER
REALLY, REALLY NOT HIP
OLLIE STONE'S WORLD TRADE CENTER ON THE FIRST DATE
DEEPTHROATING IN PUBLIC
BRINGING UP THE EX
RECOUNTING HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE
A MARILYN MANSON
Our biggest misconception is that it's gonna be stuffy and I'm not talking about the air quality, I'm talking about the people." Thanks to both the highest quality air filtration system on the market and a down-to-earth proprietor, the atmosphere at Mahogany on Walnut is anything but stuffy.
North Jersey native Tom Piazza was the first of his family to explore the cigar industry.
1. Koch's Deli (43rd and Locust)
The best sandwiches in Philly - hands down. Though Bob Koch is dead (RIP, man), the new ownership has maintained ALL of Koch's tradtions, from making you wait in line for hours to handing out enough free samples of meat to make you full by the time you get your food.
Street: Do girls scare you?
Dan Mingle: Most of them, yeah. Like one's with mustaches.
Street: What are your opinions of the Spectaguards?
DM: I don't even know what a Spectaguard is.
Street: They're the Penn guards that ya know, guard?
Ben Franklin once counseled, "Let honesty and industry be thy constant companions, and spend one penny less than thy clear gains; then shall thy pocket begin to thrive." In the spirit of our founding father, Ego sent three willing (and excessively spirited) writers on the most frugal of journeys into the heart of Philadelphia.