The Man App
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Author: Abbey Apps
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Description for The Man App
Are you a manly man? Do you enjoy the finer things in life? Then this app is probally for you! Entertain your self with the manliest app on the market.
Forget that sissy honey boo boo candy crush crap! This is the only app you need.
Only here will you find cars, sexy and hot women, motorcycles, fighting, and all the other things that define manliness. Theres even a video of a man fighting a bear over a salmon.
It just doesnt get more manly than that.
Featuring funny photos, hilarious videos, memes, comics, sexy women, fails, demotivational photos,
You will never be bored sitting on the toilet ever again!!!
Your proballly thinking to yourself, should I try this app?
The answer is why are you still reading this and not viewing the best app on the market for men?
Oh and did we mention we update regularly. So make sure to check back daily to see new content!
adj. man·li·er, man·li·est
1. Having qualities traditionally attributed to a man.
2. Belonging to or befitting a man; masculine. See Synonyms at male.
In a manly manner.
Masculinity is a set of qualities, characteristics or roles generally considered typical of, or appropriate to, a man.
It can have degrees of comparison: "more masculine", "most masculine'". The opposite can be expressed by terms such as "unmanly'" or epicene.
A near-synonym of masculinity is virility (from Latin vir, man). Constructs of masculinity vary across historical and cultural contexts.
The dandy, for instance, was regarded as an ideal of masculinity in the 19th century, but is considered effeminate by modern standards.
Academic study of masculinity underwent a massive expansion of interest in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with courses in the United States
dealing with masculinity rising from 30 to over 300. This has led to the investigation of the intersection of masculinity with other axes of
social discrimination and also to the use of concepts from other fields - such as feminism's model of the social construct of gender.