guy thing

guy thing

n. something that appeals to men; something that men do. We just do it. We don’t know why. It’s a guy thing.
See also: guy, thing
References in periodicals archive ?
I had the wife, the family, drank beer, built things, and did the guy thing," Johnson said.
Obviously she's done the older guy thing and that hasn't ended well, so it's great to see her with a smile on her face again.
When I met I met W Antony a couple of ntony a couple of years after that he came and shook my hand and looked me right in the eye and I did the same - a guy thing - and he later said it was the one thing he respected.
When I met Antony a couple of years after that he came and shook my hand and looked me right in the eye and I did the same - a guy thing - and he later said it was the one thing he respected.
As I remember it, 40 years ago when I was a kid it "seemed" shooting was sort of a guy thing.
If ou have a guy thing out that has nothing to d6 with the game.
Author of over one hundred books for girls, Nancy Rue writes The Whole Guy Thing to provide Christian advice to every girl on everything they need to know regarding crushes, friendships, relationships with boys, and dating.
Welts said they 'did the guy thing,' communicating only through asides and silent stipulations.
Washington, Sep 29 (ANI): When stressed men look at angry faces, their brains show less activity in regions responsible for understanding others' feelings-a discovery that proves silent and stoic response to stress might be a guy thing after all.
Trying to appeal to females seems an unlikely way to expand the market since skateboarding remains, overwhelmingly, a guy thing.
A new study may help explain why birdsong is more of a guy thing in temperate regions but plenty of females join the chorus in the tropics.
THIS whole Madonna and Guy thing makes me really, really sad.
It must be a new-age, non-male-pattern-baldness guy thing, this need for extra attention when the objective is just to get you to come back in six weeks to get pampered all over again.
Although they initiate 80% all remodeling projects, preconceptions die hard, and the old myth that construction is a guy thing is still alive and kicking.