All this arguing about routines, assuming none of you are competing bodybuilders, is total bullshit.
Provided you're training consistently, with good volume, and progressive overload, eating and sleep right too, you'll put on mass.
PPL is great, but Upper/Lower works too. Unless you're retarded, a decent routine with plenty of volume shouldn't take more than an hour or so.
I do a 6 day PPL when I'm not on gear, but even when I'm on cycle I've tried stuff like Arnold's Mass Blueprint and it doesn't take that fucking long. I manage to hold down a job and a social life while still going to the gym regularly. How often do some of you guys spend on here, or on the internet in general, or playing vidya, or sat on your ass watching TV? I'm betting it's more than an hour a day.
As for even advanced routines - Serge Nubret used to spend up to 5 hours a day in the gym, on top of 2000 sit-ups every morning. On the flip-side, Dorian Yates says he used to spend just one hour in the gym, if that, every time he trained. Very different methods, but they were both fucking huge.