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  • Not the well-known magazine 'Playboy' published by HughHefner, but the lifestyle exemplified by HughHefner, that of a party-going, easy-living, wealthy bon-vivant. In fictional terms, Bruce Wayne and Bertie Wooster played the role of a playboy also. Playboys are perhaps best described by their lifestyle choices -- typically they drive fast cars, party at exclusive clubs and drink champagne in copious amounts. The word derives from an originally derisive word for people who worked in traveling theatre groups and/or seemed to live a life free of social responsibility. Singe's play 'The playboy of the western world' exemplifies this original reading of the word.
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