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Chad

A derisive term for an attractive, popular, white young man, used especially by members of the subculture of men who identify as "incels" ("involuntarily celibates"). All these frat boy Chads are the reason why girls won't go out with us.
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'It is quite possible in moving the remains of St Chad the bones of other individuals were disturbed and became mixed with those of the saint,' said the report.
So it was natural the first Catholic cathedral to be built in England since the Reformation was therefore dedicated to St Chad.'
St Chad was a 7th Century cleric whose story bears similarities to that of President-elect George W Bush - he was made a bishop before being told he should not have been ordained.
But unlike Mr Bush, instead of resorting to legal action, Chad stepped down quietly and was rewarded a year later when he was made the first Bishop of Lichfield.
 Even though he loves Gabi as well, Chad will feel he has no choice but to save his wife.
To speak with an HVAC contractor in Montgomery, AL, contact Chad's A/C Direct directly.