Dating a metrosexual man
Mr Metro isn’t afraid to wear pink, he carries a man bag, and he’ll have a shoe collection to rival yours.
This is the guy who displays the typical characteristics of your gay best friend, without actually being gay.
If your self esteem is delicate, a metrosexual can do some damage. A person who cares for his appearance is one thing; a person who worships his appearance for hours in front of a mirror is another.
There, deep in the hair-care aisle, carefully selecting the product du jour, or in the salon having his nails buffed to the perfect shine while checking out the latest fashion magazines -- it's not a bird, not a gay man, it's a metrosexual!
I get along with one girl really well at work and I do Can't let go of my husband's past and thinking of breaking up.
But for many men, their furry face furniture is a year-round must-have accessory.
No doubt many men are tired of women like me who lust over buffed boys, but complain if they take longer than five minutes to get dressed for dinner.
If you’re dating a metrosexual male – don’t be surprised if he spends more time in the bathroom (and the beauty salon) than you do!Some social observers and product marketers believe it's just a matter of time until "metrosexual" becomes part of your vocabulary -- and perhaps a description of your own lifestyle as well. He's been defined as a straight, sensitive, well-educated, urban dweller who is in touch with his feminine side.He may have a standing appointment for a weekly manicure, and he probably has his hair cared for by a stylist rather than a barber.And judging by the popularity of the new TV program Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, many more once slovenly men want to join the ranks of this new breed of Renaissance man.Not yet familiar with the new buzzword, "metrosexual"?