"It's a #GuyThing": Tweets Try to Define Masculinity

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Bros are celebrating being bros. So what else is new? They're taking it to Twitter now, using #GuyThing to tweet about all the things that makes them so special—and so lucky to be male. Roll out the red carpet, here come the choicest #GuyThings, from the silly to the slimy:

But guess what? Baylor Health started using #GuyThing as part of a campaign to raise awareness of men's health issues—a noble yet failed effort to detract from the sexism surrounding #GuyThing.

That's nice, but the dudes are still crazier. Here's another sampling of notable nuggets, with @CauseWereGuys leading the way:

Apparently, it's a #GuyThing to be sleazy.