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A man that wants to look good and is not affraid to spend lots of time and money doing it. Even if it means waking up one hour earlier to get their hair done.
George: the local "hunk" who wears tons of "pomade" to keep his hair in place, and owns more shoes than the Wild Pair....keep up the good work hun you are HOT
by CORIN June 14, 2004
A man who spends a great deal of time and money on his appearance; clothing, hair, accesories, etc. Often appears unmasculine and gay but IS heterosexual
David Beckham is a sharp dresser and has many flamboyant accessories, however he is not homosexual, but rather a metrosexual
by BShizzle May 04, 2004
A sophiticated staright man who cares about how he smells and whats in style. Some people may think metrosexual men to be gay as a first impression but later find out hes straight. Metrosexual men keep up with whats in stlyle, and if i were to ask a metrosexual "is giorgio armani's spring line cool?" they could confidently say yes. In the show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy the goal is to make a guy who is 'too' straight into a metro sexual. They may have some female influence in their style, but its more of things that are in style.
P. Diddy, Jay-Z, Pharell, Will Smith, and Justin Timberlake are good examples of metrosexual men.
by SoFreshAndSoClean February 07, 2004
a straight man that appears gay because he is well groomed: uses product in his hair, never wears sandals without having a pedicure, and makes sure his socks match his posh clothing. smells good too
a straight guy that has the queer eye
by calicarol December 07, 2003
tricky term for a guy who's actually straight, but everyone thinks he's gay 'cause he's so in touch with his feminine side.
Mik's definitely metro. I mean, he wears girl's hotpants!
Droo won't admit he's metro cuz he thinks it means he's homo, but obviously from the above definition, i'm not saying he's gay!
by typh July 17, 2003
Having had sexual relations with someone on the metro or subway or other form of mass transit.
Michael met me at the station and we had a quick metrosexual encounter on the way back uptown.
by Kymber March 22, 2006
The latest trend of metrosexuals seem to be found in the postal service. The "tough guys" have found that women no longer gravitate to that species but rather a man who is willing to show his feminine side, to be in touch with his feelings, and to be able to display emotion. And, of course, a man who takes pride in his appearance (clothes, hair, nails, scent~and not afraid to wear lavender) is always going to be noticed.

In a business sense, if your heart is not in what you do, then you are fighting a losing battle. You must be passionate in your work and always show others that you genuinely care about their well-being. By doing this, you gain respect and a loyal following of your peers. You will always be successful in your endeavors if people know you are speaking from the heart. Without your heart, you have nothing.

Note: Metrosexuals have been confused with being gay, which isn't so terrible. And sometimes, you will find a gay man trying to pass himself off as a metrosexual because he cannot find the courage to "come out of the closet" for fear of embarassment. All that man would have to do is be honest with his friends because they usually already have figured out his preferences and are fine with that.
To find a metrosexual in the postal service, look around the room. When you spot the man in the Oleg Cassini suit with a lavender shirt and fancy matching tie (no boring solids, stripes, or dots), shoes shined, every strand of hair in place, and emitting the scent of PI by Givenchy or Jean Paul Gaultier you have probably found your man. If you are lucky enough to spot one carrying a man-bag, that is the man you want to get to know. However, if when you approach him and he can only speak of work, sports, or golfing, be careful, you might have been duped.
by Rosie September 11, 2004