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he-man

A particularly strong, tough, and/or virile male, especially one who likes to flaunt his strength. Janet's always dated these bulked up he-men, so there's no way she'd be interested in a scrawny guy like me.
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While Amado's he-men and earthy women fulfill distinctly male fantasies, Pinon's characters do not fulfill any fantasies at all.
Did the he-men on page 49 really need all the meat from the four dead elk?
The photography finally occurred among a lot of unclothed dummies of posh ladies and hunky he-men.
More tapestries of sandaled he-men, glowering like Russell Crowe.
When they brought on the big he-men it was just too much for us, but we were the better team and showed that for certain the gap between us would be much smaller if we hadn't had so many injuries," said Bruce.
We were more composed and played the better football, but Everton stick at it, launch it forward and then can bring on big 6ft 6in he-men to change the game.
She tapped on tabletops and trod the backs of shirtless he-men, hoofing it up with Ginger Rogers and Bob Fosse.
BOOT CAMP toughness makes he-men out of Hollywood's celluloid heroes.
As if he were writing about La Tour's Brawl, Stephen Koch describes Vinyl in Stargazer: The Life, World, and Films of Andy Warhol: "For all its fistfights, arm-twisting, groveling, whining, sneering, for all its he-men pilloried and tortured, Vinyl is silly with a look of farcical cornball amateurism.
Within two years, Nic had completed Con Air and Face Off and was top of the heap among Hollywood he-men.
He-men used to laugh about getting their bell rung in football, or a headache after shooting a few rounds of trap, but these days we know how much long-term damage is done to the human brain by repeated concussions.
The news that TV adverts have reduced men from macho he-men to Mr Muscle wimps coincides with the release of the new Superman movie.
still has plenty of tattooed he-men, but its producer, Craig Piligian, claims it's something of an alternative to macho posturing.
Fellow he-men Brad Pitt, Sly Stallone and Arnie have also decided it's too dangerous to board a plane in the wake of the World Trade Centre atrocity.
Because new research shows they are more turned on by the boy-next-door look than by he-men like Gladiator star Russell Crowe.