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A portmanteau of metropolitan and heterosexual
adjective Referring to a self-aware and often self-centred heterosexual man (noun) who is less troglodytic than the average heterosexual man, more concerned about his appearance and displays characteristics—love of art, culture and shopping—which are more typically seen in gay men
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Apart from the magnetic appeal ofLeonard the jostling crowds emphaSised the standing of a guy known as Spice Boy because of his own ashiness inside and outside the roped square.
Scots curry King Charan Gill is the original Spice Boy.
News site purepeople said: "The Spice Boy was offered a nice discount.
The Spice Boy (Ryan Rhodes) was the quickest ever outright Lonsdale Belt winner, by the way, while Eddie Avoth was a friend of the stars such as Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey and racing driver James Hunt.
He will wear the number nine shirt, also worn by Ian Rush and Robbie Fowler, himself once tagged with the Spice Boy image.
Her littermates Cracker, Outlaw Spice Boy and Nice One Tarbert won 19 opens between them, in addition to which Cracker landed Wimbledon's pounds 2,000 inter-track Derby Week Trophy.
The Wales duo have been magnificent for the Ospreys during this campaign, but it was another Spice boy who has made the real difference.
Ferguson clearly does not know how he can keep Beckham's mind on football and prevent outright mutiny in a dressing room which is already mumbling about one law for them and another for the Spice Boy.
SO it would appear former Spice Boy at Liverpool and current Mr Louise Redknapp has packed in football.
Weah, fresh from his debut winner for Chelsea against Spurs in midweek, said: "Every time I see Beckham I think Spice Boy, but he's a great player, I love his style of play, he's very intelligent.
From Kevin Keegan's bubble perm to Spice boy Beckham's sarong style skirts, the ball boys have shown themselves to be dedicated followers of the latest trends - no matter how unfortunate.