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- ‘"You're not going to tell me that I'm a male chauvinist pig."’
- ‘Go ahead: call me an insensitive male chauvinist pig.’
- ‘How many male chauvinist pigs does it take to open a beer?’
- ‘And by the way, has "male chauvinist pig" vanished completely from the lexicon?’
- ‘She arrived on a feathered throne, and he arrived in a carriage carrying a pig, given him in honour of his being a male chauvinist pig.’
- ‘He added: "I am a male chauvinist pig, but the wife is quite impressed and I have no excuses."’
- ‘Behind every male chauvinist pig who plops his feet up while his wife slaves, you discover, is a woman who prefers it that way.’
- ‘"Greg is a male chauvinist pig."’
- ‘It's high time the term "male chauvinist pig" had its contrary term for women.’
- ‘No soap is without its stock rotter, this one appearing in the guise of a male chauvinist pig.’
- ‘In a six-minute rant, she railed against "male chauvinist pigs" and exhorted "woman warriors" to flock to her cause.’
- ‘"I hate male chauvinist pigs, and they're still out there," Bishop said from her home in The Villages, Florida.’
- ‘You think we guys are male chauvinist pigs?’
- ‘Describing himself as a " recovering male chauvinist pig ", he admits the danger of relapse is never far away.’
- ‘A devotee of the sexual revolution, he remained in many ways an unreconstructed, 1950s male chauvinist pig.’
- ‘I mean, a male chauvinist pig isn't born, he's made, and more and more of them are being made by women.’
- ‘Thirty years later, feminists referred to men as "male chauvinist pigs."’
- ‘"You think I'm obligated to come across now, don't you, you male chauvinist pig!"’
- ‘Anyone who dissented from this view was vilified as " a male chauvinist pig "," a fascist "or" a misogynist ".’
- ‘Keel described himself as a male chauvinist pig, saying of his third wife: "If she ever picked up a golf club I'd break her arm."’
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