Hey, dude. October is “National Book Month”

On Tuesday, we received an e-mail from Jingle, saying: “Hey Buff! I just learned today that October is National Book Month! Do you think that there’s time to do a post on that topic?!?! I have a few pics I’m going to send you! Love you, babe! John
Well, of course, babe. There’s always time for a “bookworms” post. Thanks for sending the pics. This was fun!

18 comments to Hey, dude. October is “National Book Month”

  • ray

    Thanks to Jingle and the URd Team! I find most of the reading positions these guys are taking very uncomfortable, but the effects are wonderful!
    I would like to know what #46 is reading…

    • Roberto

      Ray, I can’t say anything about #46’s book, but he himself is poetry in image. #2, #12, #14, #16, #21, #38 are also exceptionally hot readers. And I dig #22 – real as fuck and ready for fun.

      Thanks to Jingle and David for this stupendous collection.
      Hugs,
      Beto.

  • bw

    Nos 1 & 47 aer ‘reading’ upside down books – but they both seem to be enjoying it!

    • Jingle

      Dear bw, I contributed pic #1… I’ve long had it saved to my phone, cracks me up every time I look at it!! 🙂 Thanks for the heads-up on #47!!

  • FredinMotul

    For a “Last Minute” Post, this sure is a good one!! Lots of Scholarly Young Men engaged in their reading material. Awesome. Thanks guys! Much appreciated.

    Our Son leaves Tuesday. I am already sad in advance. Enjoy the Youngsters every moment you can, because before you know it, you may just be seeing them once a year like we are now. Just Saying!!

  • Samson62

    What a clever and hot collection. I must hand it to those who have a boner for Stephen King (#6) or a medieval monastery (#12). Dunno what #38 is reading, but I’d like to lick his magnificent balls while he’s doing it.

  • mahtinp

    I’m glad I’m not the only one that picked out the upside down readers. And I’d love to see more of #32 but he looks like he’d be right up my nerdy alley.

  • Jingle

    Great collection of Bookworms!! Quite the Library you’ve assembled!! 🙂

    #2 is fantastic!! And off topic, I have a wonderful pair of chars, very similar to that!! They came out of my Grandparent’s house!!
    Junior Hunk Studs #3, 4, 9, and 34 are awesome!! How #4’s NIPPLES?!?! Dang!! And quite the grand interior in #34!!
    #6 and #12 are using their boners quite effectively as book rests!! 🙂 haha
    #8!! WOW!! (Is #18 possibly the same dude??)
    I love to distract #11 from his book by planting my face in his beautiful, perfect, ass!! WHEW!!!
    #16 looks like an actor, learning his lines!!
    Oh-ho, you know I loves me some bangin’ hot, fuzzy furry hunky humpy, #17, 19, married 25, 38, and 43!! 🙂
    Wish we could see all of #20’s no-doubt handsome face!! His cock is beautiful!! And let me at that phenomenal Louis Comfort Tiffany lamp!! All-in-all, a very artistic and erotic image!!
    My dislike of faceless pics is legendary, but I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the gorgeous junk in #26!!
    Aww… scruffy hot cutie #28 is adorable!! 🙂 And his gorgeous cock is perfection!! (It would be be damn hard – pun, intended!! – to choose between #20 and #28 for sheer penis beauty!! Hmmm… Perhaps I’d have to suck them before making my determination!! 🙂 )
    While SO/PO #30 isn’t really my type, let’s save him for Larry Lover!! And face facts, friends… “Men’s Health” magazine has been soft-core porn for gay guys since it’s inception in 1988!! 🙂 haha
    #33 and #40 are particularly delightful!! 🙂
    Crazy HOT #36 is enjoying some erotica and a wank on his break from work at the liquor store!! Atta boy!! 🙂 heehee

    But at the end of the day, I’d most like Big Boy, Hunk Stud #15 to read me a Bedtime Story… and then crawl into bed with me!! Hot Damn!!

    Outstanding!! Thanks-a-million!!

  • unrulyadmin

    When I made this post, I e-mailed our friend “Brad” to let him know there was a new “bookworms” post. It was always a favorite of his when he was active on UnrulyDude. Here’s his reply (posted with his permission):
    Hey David!
    Ironically, I had been thinking of Ben, you and the others in URD “family.” It was 5 years ago that I received so much love and support when my mom was diagnosed with cancer. I appreciated it greatly then! Sadly, my mom lost her battle on Friday. I got to see her one last time 10 days ago, where we talked and shared loving moments. Her funeral is later this week.
    I wish this was the only “bad” news, but it is not. This summer, I was diagnosed with Chronic Lympocytic Leukemia (CLL). It is non-agressive and very treatable when I display symptoms, which I don’t now have. I have a great hematologist, and he will be monitoring me going forward and will tailor a treatment plan for when the time comes. On top of all of this, my hubby suffers from Long-Haul Covid, which complicates his other health issues. We don’t know how he got Covid, when he stayed in, and I went out for the both of us. He has the Covid antibodies and I don’t.
    I am deeply touched that you think of me when you see naked guys reading books. As I recall, this was the first post topic that I commented on. I hope everyone in the URD family is doing well! Give my regards to them all, and when things calm down for me, I will definitely let you know how I am doing and hopefully, visit URD and enjoy your bookworm and many other posts.
    Thanks again for reaching out to me. It means a lot.
    Brad
    P.S. Tell Jingle that I am grateful for University of Iowa hospital and doctors. They gave mom more time to see two of her grandchildren graduate from college.

    • Denny

      Brad,

      I hope you will be able to take a moment to read this – I am so very sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing.

      You have my deepest sympathy, good thoughts and support as you deal with this sorrow, AND your husband’s Covid, AND your own illness as well.

      God bless you and keep you strong, Man!!!

      Sincerely, with brotherly love,

      Denny

    • Roberto

      Dear Brad, we’ve been thinking of you and your family this whole period and I wish I could materialize all the Love and Strength I wanna send you into a tight hug. Que essa luz que você carrega continue a te iluminar e te dar forças, amigão. Nós sempre estaremos aqui para te apoiar.

      Com carinho e amizade,
      Beto.

    • ray

      Dear Brad, I would have wished to hear from you with better news, I wish you all the strength you need to cope with your loss and your and your hubbies health problems!

      Love and hugs
      Ray

    • Jingle

      My dear friend and brother, I’m sorry to hear of the sadness that has touched your Life!! Know that you have my sympathy and empathy!!

      I’ll keep you in my Thoughts and Prayers!! Stay strong!!

      As you can, please keep us apprised of how you’re doing!!

      With much Love and Support, John

    • bw

      Goodness Brad – you’ve been through the mill. I lost both parents to cancer or side effects, so I understand the gratitude for extra time. The long haul covid seems a little mysterious to doctors and everyone else, but there are clinics dedicated to helping manage the symptoms while researching exactly what it is. I hope your husband can take advantage of one of the specialty practices. And you take care of yourself – pay attention to your body.
      So sorry for the loss of your mother, but if it helps, you are in the little URD gang’s thoughts and prayers. Much love, BILL

  • Bobby b

    OMG😜Reading Sucks and So Do I💋

  • Alexander

    Dearest Brad,

    Deepest condolences on the loss of your mom. It’s great you had her for a couple of years and she saw
    grandchildren graduate👨🏼‍🎓 Lots of studies on long haul covid coming out of Israel. Know the University of Iowa Doctors will be on top of it! Be well.

    Alexander

  • Descamisado

    #38 seems to be saying, “Yes, I’ll set my book aside for you.”

    And my fantasy just takes off from there.

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