blokedom

blokedom

(ˈbləʊkdəm)
n
jocular the state of being a bloke
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Adele's boyfriend is undoubtedly on course to become persona non grata on Planet blokedom after he marked their anniversary by adding thousands of pink, handwritten love notes to the confetti that rains down at the end of the singer's concerts.
"I don't think it's particularly the blokedom of golf that is the problem," she wrote.
IT'S JUST FEMINISM'S WEIRDEST MAKEOVER EVER AS Liz Hurley's mission to turn Shane Warne, former Patron Saint of Boozy Big-Bellied Blokedom, into Barbie's Ken gathers pace, horror is being expressed by female columnists throughout the media.
We were indeed impressed and appalled by the shots and congratulate Syd for his inspirational work in the cause of blokedom.
Supporting your local football team used to be one of the greatest pleasures enjoyed by blokedom.
He called him an icon of political incorrectness, a man born to give offence, the Bloke Messiah, the Einstein of Blokedom.
Those dastardly folk from the University of Needlessly Critical and Stupid Surveys have been painting a painful picture of modern-day blokedom. According to one report, men mature at 43 - that's a staggering 11 years later than women.
EVEN more legal stuff as Will, a divorce lawyer used to the tough side of love, buckles when his mates swap single blokedom - Friday nights down the pub, Saturday mornings in front of kids' TV - for cosy coupledom.
Her attraction criteria must run to vile, untrustworthy specimens of blokedom. This is bad news for all decent, upstanding guys out there - but great news for Ashley Cole.
RUM Kate On Planet Blokedom, it's just as ostentatious.
In other words, gents, in the name of the wandering tackle, what's going on in the land of Blokedom? The famous of your species are not showing you up in a favourable light.