Most blokes, you know, will be reaching for ten. You're on ten here, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up. Where can you go from there? Where? Nowhere. Exactly. What this guy does is, if we need that extra push over the cliff, is put it up to eleven. Eleven. Exactly. One better.
I slapped this thing up here before I'd actually watched it, so I didn't realize how mediocre it is. Sure, there's a lot of blond goodness here, but the editor at All About Strength seems to be prouder of his editing tricks than he should be. Instead of using what clips he has and making them look good, he stretches them out and repeats them to make it seem like he's got more than he does. The last five minutes of this is a great example of this.
Still, it is Chord Overstreet, and time spent looking at him is worthwhile.
So this morning I woke up from a very cool dream where I was lying in bed next to Francisco Lachowski, explaining to him that - though I loved him more - I wanted Bernardo Velasco more because he's the most beautiful man I've ever seen.
I don't remember what I ate and drank last night before going to bed, but I want more.
And did I make the right call? Francisco looks like he'd be a lot of fun.
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And it just occurred to me that Calvin Klein gets all these hot guys in his underwear, but I bet he wishes it were the other way 'round.
I only got one comment on my last post including the newest official Gleek Darren Criss, but I don't care. I've decided that I'm impressed with this guy. And it's not the drooling, hormone-riddled kind of impressed. I actually have a lot of respect for this guy's talent. Probably most of all for his song-writing abilities.
Check him out singing one of his own songs in this excerpt from the Very Potter Sequel. His song begins about two minutes in if you want to skip the acting, but Brian Holden as Professor Lupin is definitely worth watching. Why? I won't pretend to know.
And try to forgive the ill-mannered audience for applauding before the song is over. What the Hell are they teaching kids these days?
Every time, I think Ron is saying, "Hey, Harry, let's go get sordid."
If you click over to the YouTube page and read the comments, you'll see there's a kind of struggle going on between the StarKid fans who made the Very Potter musicals and the fans of Glee. It seems like both of them are trying to claim this guy for their own. It's all rather sad and very middle school.
So I saw the new episode of Glee yesterday, and Chord Overstreet can relax a bit because I didn't spend the rest of the day with completely lecherous thoughts about his hot crooked mouth. Instead I was taken with the newest new guy, Darren Criss.
If you haven't heard his song, here it is. And check out the other guys in the audience. It's a glimpse of what high school could look like with a few stylists on staff and none of those icky girls.
I also found him at imdb, where there are photos of his "incredibly curly hair." I like the boy's school haircut that the Glee producers gave him, but the curls are great too.
By the way, there have been a lot of jokes lately about how Chord Overstreet appears shirtless in every episode. And Glee really played into the joke by having him shirtless in the very first shot. HA!
Actually, I know I'm supposed to know this guy's name, but I can't remember it. If anyone knows, please let me know.
chaz said... His name is Chris Cuba. Actually I think it is a "professional name" he uses in the modeling industry. Anyway, you can find some more pics of him if you Google Chris Cuba. There is a picture of him in a pair of skimpy briefs he wore in a shoot for CIN2 underwear, he is looking straight into the camera, it is SO totally stunning that it will take your breath away; the body, everything, perfection and dead sexy. I hope you can find more pictures of him and be on the lookout for the one I described; you will know it when you see it believe me!
Mike Ellis, The Jolly Reprobate said... Well, that was quick. Thanks so much. And is this the photo you were talking about? It is hot. I wonder what superhero I could paint on him. He's posed perfectly.
Last Thursday and Friday I was in Dallas for a SEM workshop. We broke up about 3pm on Thursday, and I headed to a book store to buy something to answer my many questions. And while I was in the store, I saw a number of seats set up in rows, some of which were occupied by people obviously waiting for something.
And please don't think that an anti-Republican message is also a pro-Democratic message. That's a logical fallacy called "the vanished middle," popular with those people who look at the alphabet and see only A and Z with nothing in between.