Friday, September 30, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
BAM! We haven't seen anything this mouthwatering and delectable since.....well, since NEVER!!
The lad, below, is JUST BEYOND!!! Nole Cakes, The RyRys, even Jordey Cakes can't hold a candle to this one.
That mega HOT publisher Bruno Gmunder is at it again. They produce all those tantalizing calendars, picture tomes and magazines with some serious STUD candy.
They have a new book, Turnon Sports.
Artist like Rick Day, Richard Gerst, John Gress, to name a few, contributed.
2 more after the
Order at AmazonUK
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Zack is January, above
Gabriel is December, above
We keep yappin' that there is a new calendar every hour focusing on a variety of subjects from rugby gods to hot studly firemen of a major city.
NOW!! We have hot men from the library. Who would have thunk??
Want to find that bookworm hottie for your lonely nights? Look no further than the stacks of your local library. Chances are there is a stud amongst those stacks of books.
Not only would he be very intelligent he may even manage that big building of hard-covered information.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
We didn't know the 60s had Starbucks? Oh, we kid.
Dapper Don Draper & Co are back to filming the successful AMC series Mad Men.
We loved the men in that era-- very groomed!! Brylcreemed hair, stiff starched shirts with crisp high-waisted trousers.
We cannot wait for the new season!!! Ain't happening though.... until at least March 2012.
ADJUST THE SET:
TAKE A RIDE ON A CARR:
The whole reason we cheer for the Giants, our mad crush (since 2000) on mega hottie David Carr. Vroom. Vroom. Yumm. Yumm.
Sunday Night Football was at the top (for a 3rd week in a row), giving NBC a nightly ratings win.
Premiere week was a little disappointing for the Peacock network thus a Sunday victory was needed, thanks to SNF.
Deadline reports: [It] drew a 13.2 overnight rating/21 share, up 2% over last year’s Week 3 game (Jets-Dolphins, 13.0/21). It marks Sunday Night Football’s best overnight rating in the six years on the opening Sunday of the TV season.
The American game is also to blame for the doom of three $20M studio September flicks.
Monday, September 26, 2011
“I was nervous coming here today because I’ve just never talked about it....But, it’s so liberating. It was interesting to be coming to have a conversation that I was always afraid to have......
.......This is my coming out ball. I’ve been dying to do this. I’ve never discussed it publicly. I’ve never been asked about it publicly, but I would be lying if I said I didn’t paint a different picture."
.......I’m 22, I move to L.A., and it’s such a cliché, but the day I arrive, publicists from the show took me out to The Ivy for lunch...They’re telling me, ‘You know, gosh, we’d really appreciate it if you could keep your girlfriend on the side because we want to appeal to the female demographic of the show.’ [ And, we say: YECK!!- who cares about or appealing to them--BARF! GAG!!]
...At that moment, I didn’t think to say, ‘Oh, I’m gay,’ because right before I left New York [where he went to college at NYU], I had my manager tell me: ‘You need to get a girl on your arm or people will start talking.’ I remember telling him: ‘I’m gay.’ He had no idea. And he said: ‘All the more reason to get a girl on your arm.’ My agent was also like, ‘It’s best if you keep your options open. Maybe bisexual?’”
--Actor Sean (Firefly) Maher comes OUT to Entertainment Weekly.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
We get to see what TayTay looks like riding a stud mechanical bull.
He's on Jimmy Fallon to promote Abduction.
We have no idea why Fallon picked this as an ending segment or how this ties into the film ( because Tay does his own stunts in the film??) but we ain't complaining.
Now in your mind, substitute the bull for some @#$^.....