superstud

superstud

(ˈsuːpəˌstʌd)
n
a highly virile man
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Alicia Douvall was unimpressed after their brief relationship and said: "He reckons he is a superstud, but he is the most clueless lover I've ever had and the worst-endowed.
The list of film scores he composed included Secrets of a Door-to-Door Salesman (1973), Secrets of a Superstud (1976) and Killer's Moon (1978).
The final showdown, we surmise fairly quickly, will be between superstud Case and the psychotic villain.
The blockbuster turned the actor into a porn superstud but controversy immediately followed.
The porno superstud, whose original name was Herbert Streicher, passed away at a Salt Lake City veterans hospital, his friend Don Schenk said.
Yes you can't call her Prettyfilly or Superstud as you can't have names ending in filly, colt, stud, mare or stallion, or any similar horse-related term.
Mind you, they were manfully helped out by JLS superstud Aston Merrygold.
But our potential superstud hero has only just met Jewel when kidnapper Marcel (Carlos Ponce) arrives to snatch the lovebirds.
That's the view of a racing legend who had a knack of capturing our premier Classic and transforming one lucky thoroughbred into a multimillion equine superstud.
At 26th Road, Superstud, a manufacturer of building products, will be moving to their new headquarters in Edison, N.
While the most common representations of blackness in the media of the time were far from progressive, indeed, stereotypes that 1960's activists had repeatedly challenged--"images of the black buffoon, black maid, black superstud, oversexed black woman, and the black pimp"--they were nonetheless "wholly consumed by African-American audiences" hungry for depictions of themselves "as emblematic of black identity" (Neal, "Music" 96).