Dude. It’s in the jeans!

Keon and I were in St. Louis last week for a business conference at Washington University. We were busy all week but Thursday’s lunch break was “on your own,” so we headed to “Salt+Smoke” to try their famous BBQ. It was a pretty day with the temp in the mid-sixties so we got carry-out BBQ and walked over to a campus green space for a “picnic.” There were lots of students out and a group of seven guys were tossing frisbees. Six of them were in jeans and shirtless. It was a grand lunch – with absolutely stunning scenery 🙂

Happy birthday, dear Anthony. Happy birthday to you!

As we’ve mentioned before, Ben and I keep a “birthday” folder for each of our CCC guys… plus a bunch more. That way, when a birthday rolls around, we open the folder to look at the pics we’ve put in it over the past year. For us, it’s kind of like opening a birthday present ourselves. This past year, we seem to have put mostly “pits” pics in Anthony’s folder, so that’s what we have here. Anyway, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Anthony! You’re a dear friend… we love you… and hope you have a wonderful birthday and awesome 2018.
xoxo
David and Ben

Dude. Time for some vintage “brostaches”!


This is a completely accidental post. It started with Denny’s comment:
“What I would like to see in a vintage post, is guys with massive, untrimmed pubic BUSHES!”
So, we started looking for pubes. Then, we noticed that most of the retro dudes we were looking at had both massive pubes AND mustaches. For some reason, that sent us off on a mustaches tangent. And, along the way, we happened on the term “brostache.”
Here’s a definition of “brostache” from the “Urban Dictionary”:
“Brostache: A mustache used to tickle ones scrotum. Usually one of the true “bros” scrotum. Or used in action, to tickles ones scrotum, thus becoming a true bro. Sometimes one mistakes this as extremely intrusive, but this is usually the start of a true bromance.”
So there you have it. Our trip down memory lane to visit with the hot dudes who had mustaches – and usually… bushy pubes to go with them.
Thanks, Denny. You sent us on a remarkable trip and, oh, what fun it’s been!