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I quit dating dodgy blokes, says Taylor Swift Oct 21, 3:12 pm
London, October 21 (ANI): Taylor Swift has vowed to change her type of man, saying that her days of dating "dodgy" guys are over.
Melbourne, July 31 (ANI): Former Australian Test captain Ian Chappell has said that he is worried about the lack of quality batsmen coming through in Australia, adding that some batsmen in the current national team does not deserve the honour of being there.
Manscaping trending among blokes Jul 31, 10:18 am
Wellington, July 31 (ANI): Manscaping has become more popular than ever as today's woman love men with clean torsos, a new study has revealed.
'Brozilian' wax now trending among blokes Jul 21, 4:30 pm
Wellington, July 21 (ANI): Today's men, who have become more conscious about their looks, have taken their beauty parlor visits one step further by opening up for the male brazilian wax or what they call - the "brozilian."
Ideal woman `doesn't exist` Nov 23, 10:26 am
London, Nov 23 (ANI): Guys who are searching for the perfect woman, it's advised to give up, as it seems she doesn't exist, according to a survey.
Need a wingman to woo girls? There's an app for that Nov 9, 1:59 pm
Melbourne, Nov 9 (ANI): An app has been developed that finds a "wingman" for single blokes, who are looking for love in pubs and bars.
'XXXX Island' to be ultimate blokes' paradise Mar 15, 7:05 pm
Melbourne, Mar 15 (ANI): An Australian beer company has secured a three-year lease on a 6 hectare Southern Great Barrier Reef island off the Capricorn Coast to create a men-only paradise dubbed "XXXX Island".
I'm giving up blokes for good, says Natasha Giggs Feb 23, 1:26 pm
London, Feb 23 (ANI): Natasha Giggs, whose eight-year fling with her footballer ace brother-in-law Ryan killed her marriage, has revealed that her decision to ditch blokes is "a permanent thing".
London, Dec 28 (ANI): A tongue-in-cheek guide using rugby tactics by Oxford University students is intended to set single blokes up for success.
London, Aug 21(ANI): A new British survey has found that almost three quarters of women believe they are as good at DIY (Do It Yourself) tasks as men, with a third saying their work was actually better than the blokes.
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