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…and this dude wanks all over them. These boots are so beautiful, so glistening, so shimmery, they ache for a cum shine from God. Here’s their christening.
Poster Calgarymn must agree. He positions himself in the frame as if like God, literally radiating a bright heavenly light. At one point he moans “Come on, boots” as if summoning up life from clay.
Frankly, we can’t blame the attraction. We’ve had gentlemen callers with less life and brighter wax shine.
We’re divided between which role we’d rather play, the chocolate stud who gets to ream an insatiably vocal bottom, or the milky bearcub who gets plowed harder than a Kansas field during harvest.
The scene starts out on a creepy tone, with the fair-skinned fella and his tied-up ball sack hunched over what looks like a lifeless body left by Marcus Allen. (Okay, okay, our Allen obsession is officially *ahem* dead.)
Luckily, once the chiseled dose of flavah struts in, the love these beaus share while giggling and cooing prove that when finding a man, we all should catch a case of jungle fever.
Looks like we can once again get Lost at Sea…
…at least emotionally, duckies, on ESPN. When University of Nebraska wrestlers Kenny Jordan and Fleshbot Mascot Paul Donahoe were dismissed from competition for appearing out of their singlets on Fratmen.tv, the homophobia of college sports was pushed into the spotlight.
Now, ESPN investigates the controversy in the documentary “Outside the Lines,” airing this Sunday, June 14th. The clip makes us melt…to our knees. Donahoe’s blue-eyed naïveté, thinking nobody would find out, and Jordan’s explanation that he was doing nothing but “putting smiles on people’s faces” puts on our happy face.
As sure as we’ll be watching with a box of Kleenex (in case we cry, gutterbrain), you can be sure we’ll give you the blow-by-blow on Monday.
Check out their Fratmen gallery here.