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  • n. State of being a guy


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guy +‎ -ness


  • If after seven years of joining the rest of the world in ridiculing your own president (the one who promised to bring integrity back to the White House) and living with the results of regular guyness -- a swirling toilet of an economy and a war without end -- you still reject a candidate because he did well on his SAT score, you've just plain overstayed your welcome.

    Michael Seitzman: Embrace Your Inner Elitist

  • On Rudy's press plane, the legendary actor Jon Voight (Midnight Cowboy, Deliverance), a supporter who is traveling with the presidential hopeful today, took a break from such topics as Franklin D. Roosevelt, the nature of the media and the normal guyness of Mr. Giuliani to address today's rumors that his daughter, Angelina Jolie, is pregnant.

    Jon Voight Comments on Daughter Angelina Jolie's Possible Pregnancy

  • The first is a political asset; voters like his guyness.

    'Let Them Eat Cake' Economics

  • DOBBS: A bunch of guys trying to introduce their guyness, if you will.

    CNN Transcript Nov 3, 2007

  • My irregular guyness has been the most annoying aspect of my personality.

    An Irregular Guy « Whatever

  • A Toronto-area mall has given up on enticing men to shop this Christmas season and is letting them embrace their guyness with a new "Ultimate Men's Holiday Lounge."

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • The laughs also have impact because Adsit, with his dark rim of hair around his bald crown, draws you into his regular-guyness before he inserts the knife. -

  • He was in jeans and a buzz cut, and exuded regular-guyness.

    SF Weekly | Complete Issue

  • What He Exudes: Conservatism, stuffiness, rich white guyness


  • Butler's regular-guyness makes the character more likable than he should be; but Heigl, for all her screen presence, looks great but seems stiff, as if she's uncomfortable with the wilder physical comedy of the character.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories


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