Jul 21 2014

Guydar: Men In Motion

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Hot-men-IMG_6767Via my sexy-dude Instagram

A couple of shots of cute NYC dudes in motion...

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Jul 20 2014

Signs Of The Times

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Cost

 
 

Your Nightly Briefing

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Modus Vivendi's new Fantasia line, shot by Panos Mihailidis and featuring models Ilias Konstantinou, Aris Kitsios and Christos Tsakpinis.

 
 

Ends Of The World

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Butt-in-tight-pants-guyMore hot guys (and their best parts) if you follow me on Instagram.

 
 

James Garner, TV Icon, Dies @ 86

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James-GarnerApril 7, 1928—July 19, 2014

James Garner, famous for his roles on Maverick [1957—1962 + an '80s revival and an appearance in the big-screen Mel Gibson (b. January 3, 1956) version in 1994] and The Rockford Files (1974—1980 + TV movies thereafter)—not to mention as one half of the most beloved TV pitch-couple of all time, with Mariette Hartley (b. June 21, 1940), for Polaroid—has died at 86.

Garner-ShirtlessGarner was at his best playing anti-heroes and men with a sardonic view of life. He was handsome for sure, but always had an ironic smirk about it—he was no mere slab of beefcake. His terrific sense of comedy played against his good looks, making him funnily sexy and sexily funny.

Doris Day (b. April 3, 1924) has frequently cited him as her favorite leading man—they did The Thrill of It All and Move Over, Darling [the latter being the aborted last film of Marilyn Monroe (June 1, 1926—August 5, 1962), Something's Got to Give] together in 1963—and indeed, he was one of those actors about whom nothing bad was seemingly ever said.

Garner-DayWith Day at the premiere of The Thrill of It All

James GarnerGarner worked steadily from the '50s through the mid-'00s. Along with his indelible TV characters, he made big impressions in films, especially The Americanization of Emily (1964) with Julie Andrews (b. October 1, 1935), in the comic westerns Support Your Local Sheriff (1969) and Support Your Local Gunfighter (1971), as a man in love with a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman (Andrews again) in Victor Victoria (1982) and in his Oscar-nominated role opposite Sally Field (b. November 6, 1946) in 1985's Murphy's Romance. His last noteworthy film role was in The Notebook (2004), and his last big TV role was on 8 Simple Rules (2003—2005).

James Garner-1As the guy who would be nowhere without his answering machine.

Garner had been in failing health and never worked again after suffering a stroke in 2008.

1367943546131273_animateGood-bye to a class act!

 
 

You Rulli: Sebastian Rulli For TV Y NOVELAS

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The gorgeous Sebastian Rulli for TV y Novelas (June 23, 2014).

 
 

Biceptual

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Nice arms yo

Via Cute Boy 3000.

 
 

Art-On: The Erotic Work Of Maurice Heerdink

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The (frequently erotic) art of Maurice Heerdink, after the jump...

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New York Seen

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NYC-purse

 
 

Guydar: Tube Steak

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Subway-beauty-IMG_6725Via my sexy-dude Instagram

Supercute subway dudes! One more after the jump...

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