guyly

guyly
adv 1.To behave like a real, down-to-earth man. ex – The Prime Minister guyly drank a pint of beer with fellow citizens
2. To behave manly or pretend to be (physically) strong for the sake of mocking a situation, ex – The Technical Lead Programmer guyly flexed his muscles and started to code on a Boyer-Moore-Horspool algorithm
Origin: Popular term coined at so-called ‘Weblogs’. See also ‘weblogging’.

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2 thoughts on “guyly

  1. Alan

    I think it is more “The PM drank a guyly pint of beer” and “The TLP flexed his guyly muscles”. The adverb acting as an adjective indicating motion forward into the future in the discription of the present. Heel guyly.

  2. Arthur

    The adverb acting as an adjective indicating motion forward into the future in the description of the present.
    I’m not sure. I need to look up the dictionary on that one.

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