That said, the girls that your lameass dudebros may dub bowsers and/or brainers are actually the best in bed.
2006 January 24, McArthur, Jonathan, “Re: this is nifty”, in alt.games.final-fantasy, Usenet, message-ID <ZdkBf.19922$vH5.email@example.com>:
lol^2 way to go dudebro
2006 September 18, shaft®, “Re: Gordon Delivers”, in alt.surfing, Usenet, message-ID <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
You are one clued in dudebro!
2007 October 15, Newman, Eric, “iPhone is different things to different dudes”, in Brandweek, volume 48, ISSN1064-4318, page 226:
The second spot, “One Thing,” shows the unlikely custom car shop workin', musclebound dude-bro, who loves his iPhone because it consolidates the iPod, camera, cell phone and SMS device he used to carry around in “a little bag.”
2010 June 12, Faster, Twisty, ““Women withhold sex because men let them get away with it””, in I Blame the Patriarchy, retrieved 2012-12-08:
That has to be the scenario, because otherwise I’d be forced to contemplate that there actually exists a woman so degraded, so corrupt, so sociopathic, or so desperate that she would willingly turn out this kind of unremitting, lobe-scorching dudebro misogyny for the pitiful sum of 10 cents a word.
As a straight single woman in my twenties, I love me some dudes. But I can't stand the dude-bros. And I weep at the fact that dude-bro culture seems to be quickly taking over dude culture.
2012 November 14, Baker, Katie J.M., “The Dude-Bro Spectrum”, in Jezebel, retrieved 2012-12-08:
Perhaps we need an official dude-bro spectrum, ranging from "maybe he's just clueless" to "maybe he's a rapist."
2012 December 3, Martin, Garrett, “Far Cry 3 Single-Player Review (Multi-Platform)”, in Paste, ISSN1540-3106:
Far Cry 3 is about an invincible, tatted up dude bro on a jet ski killing two entire islands full of lazy stereotypes.
2012 December 6, Johnson, Paddy; Corinna Kirsch, Will Brand, “Highlights from Art Basel Miami Beach”, in Art Fag City, retrieved 2012-12-08:
Salon 94 brought a solo showing of dude-bro art by Jon Kessler, who seemed to explode a few trends in recent art (mouthwash, iPads, and broken glass) and attach them to animatronic children and animals.