Dude. Check out these “packaged meat” selfies!

About 3 weeks ago, Ben did a “packaged meat” post that I thought was really fun. It got me thinking about guys who take selfies in their underwear – and what a wonderful thing the internet is. So here are some “packaged meat selfies” I thought you might enjoy. I think they’re yummy 🙂

Dante and Silas had a big party over at the “rainbow aerie” Saturday evening. Their house isn’t quite finished but the deck and hot tub are… and they’re spectacular. The house is being built partially into the hillside and the deck is cantilevered out over the valley. The kids’ favorite part of the whole thing is the wrought iron fence that surrounds the deck on three sides. It’s six foot high but can be retracted in one foot increments down flush with the deck. It’s an engineering wonder and a great safety feature – controlled by apps on Dante’s and Silas’ apple watches. The hot tub is designed for 10 people and the kids had a ball playing in it. It’s big enough they can actually swim in it. After dinner and a busy evening, Denise and Scott took the kids to their home for a sleep over and the “adults” got a turn in the hot tub. Of course we did it naked with plenty of smoke and margaritas and it was a blast. Silas spent some time sitting naked on the edge of the tub playing his guitar while his oh-so-beautiful uncut dick got nibbled on by passers-by. We’re all excited for them and their beautiful new home.

It’s a “Friends Friday” look at a bunch of “sweats selfies.”

Hey, guys. It’s Rick. Earlier this week, Ben did a “bulge selfies” post for our friend “bill s,” and it reminded me of this “sweats selfies” post I’d been working on. So, this is similar to Ben’s post, but this time it’s dudes in sweats. Whether you call them “bulges” or “vpl’s” or “pants rockets” or “crotch bulges” or just “junk,” they’re always fun to look at 🙂

Ben and Dub brought Travon home yesterday after school, and Ben gave me some math worksheets. He said although their school doesn’t do “homework” Travon has been struggling a bit in the math area and he thought maybe Keon and I could work with him at home. I thanked him and told him we would for sure. So, after dinner, Keon looked at the worksheets and he and Travon started going through them. At first, Travon just seemed confused, but after about an hour he started “getting it.” In fact, he did the last page all by himself and we were all grinning and Travon jumped up and gave Keon a great big hug. So, of course I grabbed my phone and took a pic of them to put in Travon’s scrapbook. After Travon went to bed, Keon and I started looking at the scrapbook. The last months have been a whirlwind and sometimes it just seems like it’s a dream or something. We began fostering him on January 8th; the first time we heard him speak was January 19th; We took him to Toys-R-Us on Jan. 27th to get “Muff”; the adoption was final on April 23rd; we got “Max” on June 22nd… and he started school with Ben and Dub on August 13th. The scrapbook is “chock full” now, so we’ll get another one this weekend. We’re just so proud of him… and we can’t wait to start filling up the next one! 🙂

Dude. Time for some hot “bulge selfies”!

Our friend “Bills” commented on our “humpy workmen” post, saying:
“I looked at ALL the “selfie” posts and there’s no other “bulge selfie” —-(there is an “undies selfie” and THAT works!!) But #12 is unique! (-: XOXO”
The point is both appreciated and well-taken. So, I told David I thought I could put together a “bulge selfies” post to satisfy Bill’s concern. Pic @1 here is the photo Bill was talking about in his comment. After this post, I guess we can say it’s no longer “unique.” 🙂