Who knew just getting a manicure could make a man into a fruitcake? I checked out a Delaware Online news article called "Grooms Get a Pampering" and was surprised at the hostile comments it provoked. Here's a few guys getting haircuts and maincures before "the big day" and people are calling them "Frankengrooms" and "fruity." One commentator said, "It's a shame that men are becoming so prissy and unmanly." Well, a lot of men don't feel that way. The International Spa Association says that men get 31% of all spa treatments. There are a few "men-only" spas, but most spas go to great lengths to make men at spas feel comfortable. Spas are designed with colors and materials that make both men and women feel at ease. Men even get special amenities at many big resort spas -- waiting areas (and sometimes treatment rooms) with plasma TVs and business magazines, and private pedicure rooms where they can get away from girltalk. A few spa have even created old-fashioned barber rooms where men can get an old-fashioned shave with steam towels and razors. And if you want to call them "fruity" -- just step outside.