“The past 3 months I’ve (made) appointments with four escorts who posted ads [on Craigslist]. I cannot fully express my outrage and disappointment when I met them in person.” — Mike, a “john” in Raleigh, complaining that the Internet lets people exaggerate their beauty [The News & Observer, Raleigh, NC] Keep reading »
The Times U.K. just released its awesomely nerdy list of the “50 Best Movie Robots”. As we geeked out and combed through the nominations, we found our human senses drooling. Sure, a bunch of them are programmed to kill, but theyâ€™re still pretty damn sexy. Maybe itâ€™s all the sculpted metal, maybe itâ€™s because they have bodies that just wonâ€™t quit — or perhaps we just have that weak mortal need to reason. While your man may think heâ€™s dragging you along to watch his fave sci-fi/action flicks, we know your secret — thereâ€™s always an eyeful for the ladies too. In homage to manly machines, after the jump are The Friskyâ€™s “Top Five RWLH’s (Robots Weâ€™d Like to Hump)”.
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Here’s what I know about Brett Favre. A) He’s the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, a NFL franchise actually owned by the citizens of Green Bay itself. B) He just announced that he’s retiring because he’s gettin’ up there for a football player. C) He had a cameo in There’s Something About Mary and the big joke in the film was pronouncing his last name like it had two syllables (“Fahv-ruh”). D) He is super duper hot and looks way better now as an aging athlete with grey-peppered blond hair than when he started as a rookie. Wait, are newbie football players called “rookies”? I don’t know. But Favre, football fans will miss you, especially this football fan who only ever roots for the players with the hottest bods. Keep reading »
“I don’t answer those humiliating questions. But whichever one it is, I look good in ‘em!”
– Senator Barack Obama in response to the question, “Boxers or Briefs?”, posed by Us Weekly Keep reading »
Cosmo, consider this probably the only time I will whole-heartedly agree with you about something. John Krasinski, who plays the world’s best TV boyfriend, Jim Halpert on The Office, is indeed a “fun, fearless male”. He’s also hot, sexy, smart, and funny, but I digress. Keep reading »
William may be second in line to the thrown after his father, Prince Charles, but Harry has always been first in line to our hearts. The second son of Charles and Diana (or so they’d like us to believe!) possesses the fiery ginger hair and freckles of his mother’s side of the family and none of the inbred awkwardness of his father’s, making him the dark horse in the race for hottest royal. After it was revealed last week that Harry had been fighting on the front lines for the British Army in Afghanistan, the world took their eyes away from Will’s rapidly thinning bald spot and cast them upon the little spitfire, currently single after a break-up with longtime girlfriend Chelsea. We don’t really care if his time in the British Army is just a photo op or real bravery — all we know is that he looks mighty fine in those fatigues. Keep reading »
After years of back-and-forth, sleeping in two places, bringing a bag to work and trying to schedule my week so I know I’ll be sleeping at my girlfriend’s place at least one night, I caved. I’m moving in with her. Ballgame OVER.
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I have a total thing for Daniel Day-Lewis. Yes, he has questionable style. But he’s also possibly the most amazing actor ever, which is especially impressive considering he left acting for a few years to become a cobbler in Italy. Did you know that? So cool. He’s sexy and manly, but obviously very much in touch with his feminine side, which explains the piercings in both ears and the somewhat fey use of scarves. Most of all, he seems like a really nice, genuine, unpretentious guy, which is rare amongst the best actors (look at Russell Crowe!). After the jump, a video from the press room interviews after the Academy Awards on Sunday, where Day-Lewis explains why he smooched George Clooney after winning and gives his impression of the rampant cult usage of his “I drink your milkshake, I drink it up”-line from There Will Be Blood. Which reminds me — the guy totally has a great sense of humor. Keep reading »
Earlier this week we posted about the super hot topic of Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome. Then last night I was doing a guest spot on my friends’ radio show, “Devore & Diana” (Maxim Radio, Sirius 108), and that was the topic of conversation as well. Which got me thinking: Would guys consider it a blessing or a curse if their girlfriends had this rare affliction? Thoughts From The Married Guy, The Player, and The Music Nerd, after the jump… Keep reading »