It’s what’s up front that counts!

We had a post request way back on May 21, 2013 from our buddy “Anthony”, who said: “How about a post of guys with their junk pointing to the camera? You know as if you’re the one on the floor looking at it.”
We were thinking about Anthony this morning. We haven’t heard from him since his birthday back in March. Babe, we hope you’re in good health and going strong. We realize your work keeps you really busy.
Anyway, we loved Anthony’s idea back in 2013 – and still do. We’ve sort of expanded on it by including guys in various positions with their dicks “up-front” where they belong. We’re even including a few with ink and metal for Jingle. Ain’t nothin’ better than a big ole’ dick staring you in the face 🙂


Ben and I are really excited for Cal, Alex, Izzie, Scott and Denise. We’re also excited for Jim and Carol because we know getting great new neighbors at our “lake compound” is important to them. We’re anxiously awaiting news about the appraisal and getting the purchase finalized. I’m sure the entire Northland gang will descend on that little cabin like a swarm of locusts as soon as we get the word. Ben says he’ll gladly help rip out the ugly knotty pine paneling – but plans to practice good oral hygiene while he’s doing it 🙂

20 comments to It’s what’s up front that counts!

  • Jingle

    I guess it would be an understatement to say I’m cock hungry!! Nothing gives me greater joy than sucking a dude’s dick til he blows his nut down my throat!!

    That said, obviously I love this astounding post!!

    And none more than pierced and tattooed, crazy hot, #9!!

    You just know he’s gonna be a wild fuck!!

  • ray

    Everything is a matter of perspective…

  • bw

    Not that most of these lads need to, but this angle makes your dick look bigger. If I Had a dick like that I’d be as happy as the No 40 dude. I only recognize one of these guys – No 37 is the beautiful (and hung) Quinn Jaxon – very gay friendly but sadly straight.
    If the knotty pine is boards not paneling there are people who would love to have it to re-purpose it. And since I’m giving advice (and not paying the bill) before you put up Sheetrock, have the walls spray foam insulated – not only is it great insulation, but it deadens sound, and critters will not move into a foamed wall unlike one with fiberglass.

  • Larry

    There os something for everyone in today’s post I will take #’s 7, 14, 17, 18 and especially uncut # 23. Love to suck and chew on foreskin.

  • Tim from MO

    A forest of 48 cocks, all in the face…
    Making the heart, run a race…
    Veins a poppin’
    Jaw a droppin’
    Mouth a waterin’
    Inhaling that unique man scent….
    Savoring….each cock’s taste…
    Licking the shaft,
    tickling the frenulum,
    tracing the rim of each helmet head,
    flicking the moist slit with pointed tongue’s tip
    Sweet Man-Pre flowing, like spring waters,
    drinking every drop
    Feeling it surge…swell…throb, and spasm
    White hot cum shooting, like a geyser,
    spewing it’s load,
    draining it’s reservoirs
    into the open, hungry mouth
    gulping, swallowing, the flowing cum river,
    coursing down the throat to complete, mutual satisfaction….
    48 cocks in the face…
    oh to be in such a place!

  • I HOPE YOU AND ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY ARE OK AND WERE NOT INVOLVED IN THE CAPSIZED BOAT AT TABLE ROCK LAKE THURSDAY. I ENJOY YOUR BLOG AND ALL THE STORIES SHORT AND LONG ABOUT YOUR FAMILIES AND THE ADVENTURES YOU GO THRU. TAKE CARE AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK WITH DUB AND THE OTHER KIDS, WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU IN THIS WORLD. SUPERSAL, SAN DIEGO CA.

    • unrulyadmin

      Hey, Sal. Great hearing from you. Glad you enjoy hearing about the “doings” of our little Northland group.
      The boating accident at Table Rock was certainly tragic. We’re hearing that the death toll is up to 17 now. We’ve seen the duck boats on the lake, but none of us have ever been on one of them. We are so strict about life jackets, we won’t even go down to the dock without them. The kids have had formal swimming lessons – except for Travon and Izzie – and we’ll see they have them and get “certified” before next year. Cal was actually a swim instructor while he was in college in Australia, so he’s been working with the kids a lot.
      We love hearing from our on-line friends and hope to hear from you again soon.
      xoxo Ben (and the gang)

      • Denny

        Ben I read about this storm in the Wash.Post on line this morning. I know Table Rock Lake is huge -was this anywhere near your cove? The search mode is now in recovery mode. Stay safe you guys – I KNOW you do. XOXOXO

        • unrulyadmin

          Hey, Denny. Our cabins are in a very remote little cove that’s closer to Kimberling City than anything else. Kimberling City is about 20 miles from Branson and we don’t go there much because it’s about a 45 minute drive – depending on traffic. Cal and Alex are down there today so we’ll find out from them if there was any storm damage in our area. We’ve never seen anything like 5 ft. waves on Table Rock… and hope we never do. If there’s ever a storm warning when we’re down there, you can bet Dub will have our butts in the storm cave. It’s well-stocked with flashlights, weather radio, bottled water, blankets, cots, non-perishable food and other storm stuff so we feel confident we’d be safe in any case. A bad storm might, however, get the boat and dock. We’re all really, really anxious to hear from Cal and Alex.

          • Denny

            Ben, I am so grateful to you for this report. This story is all over the local news channels in N.Y. and CT – including video of the duckboat going down. Makes you want to cry. Please let us know what Cal & Alex have to sat.You don’t want Denny to worry.😐

    • Tim from MO

      I live 85 miles in a West/Northwesternly direction from Table Rock Lake. This storm passed just along the east edge of the town yesterday evening where I live, giving us a glancing blow. It’s winds gusting at 50-60 MPH here for about 5 minutes, and then moved on down to the Table Rock Area. You could tell it was a bad storm, with very very dark clouds…and the odd, unusual colors of the clouds. Having lived in the area my entire life, you just know what a really severe, bad Thunderstorm looks and sounds like compared with others. This was one of those storms. I can’t imagine being caught out on the lake in one of those unwieldy, cumbersome Duck Boats in such a storm that kicked up 6’ waves, which is an unheard of height on Table Rock.
      My heart goes out to the families, and friends who lost loved ones in this tragedy.
      I wouldn’t be surprised if this incident might not be the beginning of the end for the Duck vehicles being used for commercial recreational use. They have had quite a long history of tragic incidents over the years.
      I’ve never ridden one, and never plan to because of their accident history.

  • Bill S

    BRAVO!!!!! TIM!!!!!

    XOXO

  • Denny

    You should do Ancestry.com – you could be related to Robert Frost…or Ogden Nash!
    Ya never know!
    xoxo

  • Tim from MO

    Thanks guys for the positive comments on what I wrote. Gosh….I just get carried away sometimes with my lust, and words start pouring out of me. Gotta thank Anthony for this idea for the posting, and for the Unrulydude guys who gathered all of these amazing pictures of Right-in-the-face COCKS! All 48 of them….Sighhh
    Thank you!!!
    XO-❤️COCK❤️-OX

    • ray

      Tim, I like your poem posts very much, thanks to you!
      On another note, I had no idea that weather at Table Rock could be so dangerous. Maybe a shelter isn’t a bad idea there after all.

  • Hot stuff, as always.
    I am a longtime fan. I don’t often comment, but I am always lurking. LOL
    Not gonna ask for FCCO, but isn’t it time for a background check? I love the “strange places\strange things” aspect, I guess.
    XOXO
    –Jimmy

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