stephen wrote the book of gentleman many years ago, the first copy was published in the mid 1800's and read by over 70% of the worlds population - here in 2010 a copy of this book is very hard to come by, people believe every book in existance was destroyed in a bid to keep 'gentlemanizm' unknown, only a select few have had the art of gentleman sent down to them throughout the generations. Stephen Plank, the creator of the book still lives, it is predicted he is over 5 thousand years old
"that stephen plank sure is a gentleman"- quote by an anonymous gentleman plank fan
(n.) A man of calm demeanor, strong preserve, intellectual thinking, polite yet meaningful speak and a good upbringing. A fighter for the cause of right with words, not guns.
A true gentlemen is a respectable thing to be. A wannabe is a very bad thing to be, since you shall nto be liked.
Something very rare today. A man who is respectful and considerate of those around him. Acts politely. Treats women with respect. Open doors for them, pulls out chairs, and is classy. What more guys should be. Because regardless of what your testosterone driven buddies tell you, treating people with respect and being polite doesn't make you a "fag" or "wimp" or whatever. It makes you a good person and will really benefit you in life.
When we went out, he opened doors for me, offered me his coat, and brought me flowers. He was such a gentleman.
Tom: Hello sir, it's nice to meet you.
Man: Same to you.
Other person: Tom is nice young gentleman
Something that is very rare in today's world. A gentleman is a man (yes, folks, a MAN) who will normally open doors for a lady and generally be quite nice and polite.
Wow, he's ACTUALLY a gentleman! I'm surprised...
A man who considers the feelings of the people around him and makes them as comfortable as he is able.
I aspire to be a gentleman.
An internet meme originating from the popular computer game Team Fortress 2. A common source of "epic lulz", and slightly less epic lung cancer.
It is also accompanied by a monthly holiday, "GENTLEMEN Day", which occurs on the fifth of every month (especially June 5th). It has also achieved a bit of fame via Tom Green Live.
2. "I was wondering if you could do maybe a favour for me. Could you grab the pencils from the cup in front of you and say the word, 'GENTLEMEN'?"
3. "JUNE 5TH IS GENTLEMEN DAY!!"
A well-mannered and considerate man with high standards of proper behavior.
"Mr knightly opened the door for Emma to pass through first, so that she would not simply walk into it."
1. A man of gentle or noble birth or superior social position
2. A well-mannered and considerate man with high standards of proper behavior.
3. A man of independent means who does not need to have a wage-paying job.
4. A man
Antonyms: see Atul Bhatia
The gentleman showed impeccable manners at the dinner party