In a classic case of blokish
wedding weakness he "shrugged his shoulders and asked me to try to do it, because it meant a lot to her".
That's how closely we were meant to work together: a single, incipiently (and in my case rather unconvincingly) blokish
This Is the End is particularly uncomfortable viewing in that women are wholly restricted to being sexual objects, as seen through the eyes of our blokish
When I was at university, I had a sort of fear about going to the gym and that kind of blokish
environment, which was rooted in a feeling of total inadequacy, which is what fear is.
My Life as a Hooker is littered with blokish
anecdotes - a favourite is the full-back who turned up to play for the fourth XV having told his wife he was popping out for potatoes.
You really have to play the part as a very blokish
bloke in a dress.
The image recalls Ruth, the lone female amid the rapacious, blokish
landscape of Pinter's play, The Homecoming.
As with his television appearances, his theatrical presence is blokish
This may suggest that the book is written in the manner of a 'Bluffer's Guide', or 'Horrible History', but it is much more serious than that, and, for all its occasional comically blokish
tone, it conveys a great deal of information, all of it submitted to a fresh critical scrutiny.
Simone was secretly entered for the series by friends fed-up with her blokish
TOP Gear's James May has an enviably blokish
life which most men - and adolescent boys - can only dream of.
Unfortunately, however, there are a few too many implausible coincidences, while the dialogue between the three buddies is sometimes strung out too long, their smirking, blokish
humor becoming annoying.