The Word Spy defines it "(met.roh.SEK.shoo.ul) n. An urban male with a strong aesthetic sense who spends a great deal of time and money on his appearance and lifestyle." - or by other definition by Alexa Hackbarths column in Washington Post "..is a straight man who styles his hair using three different products (and actually calls them "products"), loves clothes and the very act of shopping for them, and describes himself as sensitive and romantic. In other words, he is a man who seems stereotypically gay except when it comes to sexual orientation. " It seems to be a coming trend, especially as cosmetic brands enforce it with huge ad campaigns - it's been that men are their target group of the future. Typical traits seem to be using more consider(and cash) when buying clothes, furniture et cetera, and even putting some cash down to cosmetic products. I personally have been troubled this issue, I seem to be developing a "decent taste" when it comes to clothes, and just yesterday I found myself buying some moisturizer for my face with the excuse of "needing some care for my easily burning skin as the summer is approaching" I consider it's ok, as far as it doesn't go to extremes, though. So whadda 'bout you fellows, anyone noticed similarities emerging? And what do our TB ladies think of it?