fratire
 n.— «With titles like “Real Ultimate Power,” a satirical ode to the masculine prowess of ninjas; “The Modern Drunkard,” a paean to getting hammered; and “The Game,” a manual for manipulating and bedding women, they collectively represent the once-elusive male counterpart to so-called chick lit, and so perhaps deserve a cheesy epithet of their own. How about: fratire.» —“Dude, Here’s My Book” by Warren St. John New York Times Apr. 16, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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