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Lad culture (also Laddish culture and Laddism) is a subculture commonly associated with Britpop music of the 1990s.

Stereotyped for mainly males it also involves a liking for alcoholic beverages (especially lager), football, fast cars and men's magazines.

Lad lit

men's romantic fiction, fratire, chick lit

Lad-lit is genre of literature that focuses on young men in their 20s and 30s. The male equivalent to chick lit, prominent exponents are Nick Hornby and Tony Parsons.

Ben Elton is referred to as "lad lit" or "dick lit".

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