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Dokuo (毒男, literally "poison man") is a Japanese slang term for single males, which originates on the 2channel internet textboard. The term derives from the Japanese dokushin otoko (独身男) or dokushin dansei (独身男性).
The Chinese song "Love and Honesty" mentions dokuo.
- "毒男" [Dokuo]. ネット用語の辞典サイト「ネット王子」 (in Japanese). Japan: Netyougo. Retrieved 17 May 2014.
- Saeda, Setsuko (1 May 2010). "恋愛弱者の男たち、「毒男」「孤男」「喪男」って実際どうなの？" [What's the truth behind "dokuo" and "moo" guys left behind in the love race?]. Peachy News (in Japanese). Japan: Line Corporation. Retrieved 17 May 2014.
- "[高登膠歌]毒男 (原曲：愛與誠)" (in Chinese). July 29, 2009. Retrieved April 11, 2013.