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guy:
1. A man ; a boy ; a fellow.

2. A person of either sex ; any person or just a person. Guys , persons of either sex . (Just) one of the guys , one of us, one of our group or kind.

3. My guy , a woman's boyfriend, lover , of husband .
Etymology: Possibly a derivation of the Yiddish goy , a gentile.




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Quotes Containing guy:
Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) to Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) in When Harry Met Sally (1989): - Sally : ''There''s this guy ....'' - Harry: ''What does he look like?'' - Sally : ''I don''t know , he''s just kind of...faceless.'' - Harry: ''Okay, faceless guy .'' - Sally : ''He rips off my clothes. '' - Harry: ''And?'' - Sally : ''That''s it .'' - Harry: ''That''s it? Faceless guy rips off your clothes and that''s the sex fantasy you''ve been having since you were twelve?'' - Sally : ''Well, sometimes I vary it a little.'' - Harry: ''Which part?'' - Sally : ''What I''m wearing. ''
Guy Mann (Jonathan Banks) and Gwen Leonard (Sharon Lawrence) who kisses him in the TV series Fired Up (1997): - Guy: ''You know , you have to kiss a lot of frogs, before you find your prince.'' - Gwen: ''There, one frog closer.''
Lottie (Theresa Russell) in Impulse (1990): ''Inside every guy there''s a pervert waiting to get out .''
Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) in Bull Durham (1988): ''Of course, a guy will listen to anything if he thinks it''s foreplay .''
Pete Sandich (Richard Dreyfuss) to Dorinda Durston (Holly Hunter) in Always (1989): ''You just smiled at a poor defenseless guy .''
Knobby (Larry Mintz) in Burglar (1987): ''The guy had-more-ass-than-a-toilet-seat .''
James Brannigan (John Wayne) pointing a gun at the bad guy in Brannigan (1975):''I wouldn''t, unless you want to sing soprano.''
Stacy (Jennifer Jason Leigh) Linda (Phoebe Cates) in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) - Stacy: 'When a guy has an orgasm , how much comes out?' - Linda: 'About a quart or so.'
Stacy (Jennifer Jason Leigh) Linda (Phoebe Cates) in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) - Stacy: ''When a guy has an orgasm , how much comes out?'' - Linda: ''About a quart or so.''
Sir Guy Grand (Peter Sellers) to the Board of Directors in The Magic Christian (1969): ''May I take a page from our late great Rudy the Kip Kipling? Let our Kipling speak: There was a young lady from Exeter / All the young men threw their sex at her / Just to be rude / She lay in-the-nude / While her parrot, a pervert , took pecks at her.''
Laney Boggs (Rachael Cook) and Jesse Jackson (Elden Ratliff) in She''s All That (1999): - Laney Boggs: ''Screw the dolphins!'' - Jesse Jackson: ''A guy tried that last year, banned from Sea World for life .''
''He''s too beautiful. He''s too much twisted steel and sex-appeal . I can''t be with a guy who looks like I won him in a raffle.'' Dorinda Durston (Holly Hunter) speaking about Ted Baker (Brad Johnson) in Always (1989)
Laney Boggs (Rachael Cook) and Jesse Jackson (Elden Ratliff) in She?s All That (1999): - Laney Boggs: ''Screw the dolphins!'' - Jesse Jackson: ''A guy tried that last year, banned from Sea World for life .''
Private eye V.I. Warshawski (Kathleen Turner) squints at the bad guys thumb and forefinger trying to figure out just how much space there is between them in V.I. Warshawski (1991): - Tough guy : ''Don''t push me, Warshawski, because you''re about this close.'' - Warshawski: ''What''s that? Your I.Q. or the size of your dick?''
Dorinda Durston (Holly Hunter) speaking of Ted Baker (Brad Johnson) in Always (1989): ''He''s too beautiful. He''s too much twisted steel and sex-appeal . I can''t be with a guy who looks like I won him in a raffle.''
Peter Warne (Clark Gable) to Ellie's (Claudette Colbert) father Alexander Andrews (Walter Connelly) in It Happened One Night (1934): 'What she needs is a guy who'd take a sock at her once a day whether she deserves it or not.'
Peter Warne (Clark Gable) to Ellie''s (Claudette Colbert) father Alexander Andrews (Walter Connelly) in It Happened One Night (1934): ''What she needs is a guy who''d take a sock at her once a day whether she deserves it or not.''
Peter Warne (Clark Gable) to Ellie's (Claudette Colbert) father Alexander Andrews (Walter Connelly) in It Happened One Night (1934): 'What she needs is a guy who'd take a sock at her once a day whether she deserves it or not.'
Maggie (Meg Ryan) about her ex-boyfriend in Addicted to Love (1997): ''You know Sam, most French men are small. But not this guy . It''s like Godzilla''s tail! He could take out all of Tokyo with that thing!''
'Inside every guy there's a pervert waiting to get out .' Lottie Mason (Theresa Russell) in Impulse (1990).
Maggie (Meg Ryan) about her ex-boyfriend in Addicted to Love (1997): ''You know Sam, most French men are small. But not this guy . It''s like Godzilla''s tail! He could take out all of Tokyo with that thing!''
Stacy (Jennifer Jason Leigh) Linda (Phoebe Cates) in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) - Stacy: ''When a guy has an orgasm , how much comes out?'' - Linda: ''About a quart or so.''
Officer Davis (Phil Hartman) in National Lampoon''s Loaded Weapon 1 (1993): ''Why did the guy give a name to his penis? He didn''t want a stranger making most of his decisions.''
Pino (Anthony de Sando) and a lesbian in Kiss Me Guido (1998): - Pino: ''You''re a lesbian? Hey, I''m sorry. You like girls? That''s cool , me too, but you have no desire to do-it with a guy?'' - Lesbian: ''Do you?'' - Pino: ''That''s disgusting!'' - Lesbian: ''Exactly.''
State prisoner Rosco (Fred Ward) enquires about his wife from his mother (Kathleen Freeman) in The Naked Gun 33 1/3. The Final Insult (1994): - Rosco: ''Ma. How''s Tanya?'' - Mother: ''Tanya''s the same. Milky, creamy skin , pouting red lips , firm buttocks , ample breasts, ears you just love to stick your tongue into...'' - Rosco: ''Ma. Please. I''m gonna get guy-cramps if you keep this up .''
Agnes (Veda Ann Borg) about Richard Nugent (Cary Grant) in The Bachelor and Bobby-Soxer (1947): ''There''s a guy who never goes out of a girl''s mind. He just stays there like a heavy meal.''
Pino (Anthony de Sando) and a lesbian in Kiss Me Guido (1998): - Pino: ''You''re a lesbian? Hey, I''m sorry. You like girls? That''s cool , me too, but you have no desire to do-it with a guy?'' - Lesbian: ''Do you?'' - Pino: ''That''s disgusting!'' - Lesbian: ''Exactly.''
Officer Davis (Phil Hartman) in National Lampoon''s Loaded Weapon 1 (1993): ''Why did the guy give a name to his penis? He didn''t want a stranger making most of his decisions.''
Mitzi (Hugo Weaving) to Felicia (Guy Pearce) in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994): ''Is it true that when you were born the doctor turned around and slapped your mother?''
Mitzi (Hugo Weaving) to Felicia (Guy Pearce) in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994): ''Is it true that when you were born the doctor turned around and slapped your mother?''
Kitty Packard (Jean Harlow) and Carlotta Vance (Marie Dressler) in Dinner at Eight (1933): - Kitty: ''I was reading a book the other day. (...) It''s all about civilization or something, a nutty kind of book. Do you know that the guy said that machinery is going to take the place of every profession?'' - Carlotta: ''Oh, dear, that''s something you need never worry about.''
Kitty Packard (Jean Harlow) and Carlotta Vance (Marie Dressler) in Dinner at Eight (1933): - Kitty: ''I was reading a book the other day. (...) It''s all about civilization or something, a nutty kind of book. Do you know that the guy said that machinery is going to take the place of every profession?'' - Carlotta: ''Oh, dear, that''s something you need never worry about.''
Larry Lipton (Woody Allen) in Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993): ''I''d fix Ted up with Helen Dubin, but they''d probably get-into an argument over penis-envy ; the poor guy suffers from it so.''
In Corrina, Corrina (1994) Mrs. Washington (Whoopie Goldberg) is listening to television: - A TV ad : ''Would YOU like to be queen for a day?'' - Corrina: ''I knew a guy in my neighborhood who wanted to be queen-for-a-day , and you know what happened to him, don''t you?''
Dorinda Durston (Holly Hunter) about Ted Baker (Brad Johnson) in Always (1989): ''He''s too beautiful. He''s too much twisted steel and sex-appeal . I can''t be with a guy who looks like I won him in a raffle.''
Dorinda Durston (Holly Hunter) about Ted Baker (Brad Johnson) in Always (1989): ''He''s too beautiful. He''s too much twisted steel and sex-appeal . I can''t be with a guy who looks like I won him in a raffle.''
Kate (Meg Ryan), whose bags were stolen by a conman at the George V hotel, and Frenchman Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Kate: ''All men are bastards!'' - Luc: ''Not all. I mean, some are just trying to help.'' - Kate: ''You know , I never thought I''d be the kind of woman to say this, but all men are bastards. '' - Luc: ''The guy who was talking to you, he was....'' - Kate: ''A bastard . A Euro-trash in Armani-kind of bastard .'' - Luc: ''He was wearing a black suit with a yellow shirt?'' - Kate: ''Yeah. You know him? Of course you know him. All you bastards know each other. Bastards!''
Kate (Meg Ryan), whose bags were stolen by a conman at the George V hotel, and Frenchman Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) in French Kiss (1995): - Kate: ''All men are bastards!'' - Luc: ''Not all. I mean, some are just trying to help.'' - Kate: ''You know , I never thought I''d be the kind of woman to say this, but all men are bastards. '' - Luc: ''The guy who was talking to you, he was....'' - Kate: ''A bastard . A Euro-trash in Armani-kind of bastard .'' - Luc: ''He was wearing a black suit with a yellow shirt?'' - Kate: ''Yeah. You know him? Of course you know him. All you bastards know each other. Bastards!''


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