If you're on the About page of Dudefest.com, you probably have one of two multi-part questions. 1. What the hell is "dudefest", and why do these jackasses keep talking about it so much? 2. What the hell is "Dudefest.com", and why do I find it so intriguing? Well, dear visitor, you've lucked out, because we have answers to your question.


"Dudefest" is a word that has been used to describe heavy metal festivals, Big Lebowski viewing events, and when there are too many dudes (not possible) at a party. We here at Dudefest.com have a different definition.


dudefest [dood-fest]


1. an assembly or gathering of dudes engaged in a common activity

2. a celebration of dudes, guys, or masculine events, activities, characteristics

3. an action or occurrence to which dudes are generally attracted


4. having qualities traditionally ascribed to dudes

5. exhibiting characteristics or traits considered masculine, manly, dudely, or dudish

6. pertaining to or suitable for dudes


The Dudefest.com dudes use the word "dudefest" a butt ton because it's a catch-all word for stuff we consider dudely. It's as simple as that. What's the best movie? The worst TV show? The most exciting sport? The handsomest man? The greatest band? Hell if we know. You don't know either. We'll even wager there isn't a single human being who can answer any of those questions. But, do you know what we CAN answer? What's the most dudefest beverage? Beer. What's the most dudefest kind of food? Bacon. What's the most dudefest movie? Well, we'll let you decide. Dudefest is a word our generation has made up, so we can be the ones to define it.

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Independent research has shown that when a crowd of peers chants your name, you can totally break through that table.
It was like being naked—I would love to be naked in front of you.
Jean-Claude Van Damme, during an interview with Newsweek, completely unprompted, 2008
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Sir Edmund Hillary
No big deal or anything, he's just the first person ever to summit Mt. Everest, which he did with his Sherpa companion Tenzing Norgay. He also served in WWII and reached both the North AND South Pole. This probably goes without saying, but he was knighted too. He spent the rest of his life helping to build schools and hospitals for the Sherpa people. He's a true hero and badass. Hell, he's even on the New Zealand five dollar bill.