This strapping lad is a sight to behold with his golden tan skin and bulging biceps that could crush walnuts. His chiseled abs are so impressive they put Michelangelo‘s David to shame! With luscious locks of fair hair and an unmistakable scent of pure testosterone emanating from him, it’s no surprise why he has women swooning at his feet.
Chad possesses a magnetic personality which makes everyone want to be in his presence or have some one-on-one time with him. He can strike up conversations effortlessly without breaking a sweat – except when he’s working out at the gym where beads of perspiration glisten on every inch of those rippling muscles!
As expected, this hunk holds many titles, including being captain of the football team – we bet you didn’t see that coming! When not scoring touchdowns or practicing drills, Chad loves nothing more than sipping beer straight from kegs while flexing for all eyes nearby.
But Wait, There’s More: meet Stacy (the female version) who also scores high marks on what experts call “The Decile Scale”- meaning she too ranks as 10/10 in terms of attractiveness just like her counterpart Mr.Thundercock himself.
The term Chad, known for its derogatory connotation towards prosperous young men in the realms of sports, entrepreneurship or romance had its origins traced back to Illinois’ Chicago.
During the 90s era, it was widely used as a pejorative slang that targeted accomplished and ambitious males.
As time passed into early 2000s’ internet culture; this word evolved further with an added definition referring to college-going alpha-males who relish picking up women.
The fictional name, “Chad Tundercock” was introduced to the internet, through Urban Dictionary user, Dr. James Russel in 2013.
The popular Netflix show “Blue Mountain State” showcases a character named Thad, who is undeniably modeled after the infamous Chad. This archetype has been replicated in various forms of media.
Presently, referring to oneself as a Chad remains unappealing and offensive among accomplished alpha males. Rather, this label tends to be thrown around by other men – whether envious or not – when discussing those who embody such characteristics.
- Know Your Meme – Chad Thundercock