Example: "My ideal man would be Italian, dark, muscles, juice head, Guido."
Example: “The chicken-parm-off… the Guido version of a bake-off.”
When looking to woo a Guido on the Jersey Shore, it's best not to "stalk their whole entire life."
That's how I was born and raised as an Italian male, and I always considered myself a Guido, anyway.
"To my knowledge, there really isn't a Guido culture up there," J-WOWW recently told Rolling Stone.
Guido, look through my window vines there Where the stars rise.
"He will come with the others—he will surely, surely come," Guido asseverated.
She had wanted to marry me, and yet retain Guido for her lonely hours, as "her lover always!"
And—and—it was his horse, and a squire leading him—and—behind them—oh Guido!
Prinzivalle, Guido, Marco, are mystics even to a higher degree than Vanna.
masc. proper name, Italian, literally "leader," of Germanic origin (see guide (v.)). As a type of gaudy machoism often associated with Italian-Americans, 1980s, teen slang, from the name of character in Hollywood film Risky Business" (1983).
A gaudy macho type: Guido: a greasy, pimpy, open-shirted, hairy-chested, gold-chaindanglin' sleazoid/ It's not my fault I look like a Guido
[1980s+ Teenagers; the name of a character in the 1983 movie Risky Business]