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caveman

n. a strong, virile man. He’s sort of a caveman, big and hairy.
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And so what if cavemen never encountered whale-like creatures that walked on land?
And the fact cavemen had to rely on their wits should prove they were not thick, Professor Shea claims.
The Cavemen lost two outstanding linemen, a two-year starter at quarterback and a 3,000 yard rusher.
These urban cavemen also choose exercise routines focused on sprinting and jumping, to replicate how a prehistoric person might have fled from a mastodon.
A special morphing feature allows male site visitors to look their best as cavemen suitors, and gives female visitors a glimpse into the future at what their cavebaby offspring might look like.
Cavemen - They survived the ice age but can they deal with modern life?
All right, that's a stereotype - I am sure most cavemen had excellent singing voices, and even indulged in a bit of close harmony singing after a hard day's throwing animal bones in the air in fits of evolution-inducing inspiration.
Perhaps in caveman days, saber-toothed tigers left Toxoplasma oocysts in the environment--then attracted cavemen to dinner like rats to an alley cat.
And would you like appalling cliched dialogue delivered by cavemen, such as "You have a great destiny" and "You are the one we were waiting for.
press tour, several scribes criticized the show for its take on race--with the show's cavemen experiencing the same kind of stereotypes that minorities (particularly African-Americans) experience in real life.
Being Cro-Magnon in the 21st century is hard enough, but could the cavemen also be gay?
Our fascination with chance dates to prehistoric times, when cavemen rolled dice made of sheep bones.
A horde of body-slapping cavemen suddenly shed their scraggly duds, transforming themselves into a chorus line of bikini-clad Adonises.