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Compare All Amazons Want Hercules, where the (Amazonian) woman would only settle for a man who is stronger than her and All Girls Want Bad Boys, where it's his strong that attracts her.
Back in the day, this is the kind of guy that would spear boars or kill bandits, i.e. This is no longer the case in many societies but the distinction remains.
Note that this does not mean stronger than the woman in question but strong, period.
Look at the upper left corner of the map I posted earlier – that’s where you will wait.
We had to wait about an hour and a half in the room, waiting for the tuna auction to start.
The Japanese attendants are very strict, and will yell at you if you get out of line (basically the only time I’ve seen someone in public service in Japan be mean).