Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. Did anyone hear a squishy sound when I pushed the previous poat down? Never mind, it’s a new day, so let’s get moving with a little Bad Company.
To start off, a classic cowboy in jeans.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. I was busy last night and didn’t get a chance to add to my binders full of men, so let’s see who’s in the “saved for later” folder.
First, some music to get you moving.
(still hate Vevo, sorry.)
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. A little music to get ya movin’.
I’d rather play “Baby Love“, but that would be a repeat.
It’s April in Alabama, and I still have the heat on. Where the eff is the warm weather with my cabana boy with my margarita?
Well, Roamy’s been a bit preoccupied, what with Mr. RFH’s fender bender earlier this week, so you ladies are stuck with this old lady’s version of Hunky Hunks…
The original 007, Sean Connery – still got it:
The man, the legend, the moustache, Sam Elliott – still got it:
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. I was spoiled with the Olympics in February and all the hunky athletes. I went back to my usual HHD haunts and was assaulted by silly selfies, guys grabbing their junk, and otherwise cute hunks that managed to look constipated. However, I do not give up easily. So let’s get a little classic music going and have a proper serving of beefcake.
Somewhere it’s warm.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. This one might be a little weird because it’s being put together at 3 AM. Not the best treatment for insomnia, but it is what it is.
I like Gary Allan’s “Smoke Rings in the Dark” album and think this is pretty fine, too.
Country music goes with country boys.
Good morning, and welcome to our wrap-up of Hunky Hump Day, Winter Olympics edition. I’m proud of all our athletes (except the whiny ones), and I’m glad they are coming home. No more unfinished hotel rooms, wild dogs, pinkeye, or soft focus stories that no one really cares about. (As much as I hate hackers, I’d pay real money for a virus that wipes any mention of Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan from NBC files in 2018.) So with that said, let’s get moving.
I like this song because Rocketboy said, “Hey, Mom, play this one, you might like it.” I predict that Carin will like it, and Hotspur will hate it. Hit play and scroll down, because the GIANT. WORDS. ON. THE. SCREEN. are annoying. Crank it up.
Our above-the-fold athlete is the fourth of the American men’s bobsled team, Army Captain Christopher Fogt. He deployed to Iraq after the Vancouver Games, and he won bronze in Sochi.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day. I’m not tired of watching the Olympics, are you? Not when there’s HHD candidates competing.
Before we get to the athletes, we need our song of the day. I stole this one from Wiser’s show, because he cut it off before it got to the good part.
We start off with Jeremy Abbott. Jeremy messed up a jump, fell, and crashed into the wall during the men’s figure skating short program. He lay there on the ice for a few seconds, then gathered himself, got up, and finished the routine. No medal, but a big attaboy from me for not giving up.
Good morning, and welcome to another edition of Hunky Hump Day and round 2 of who we’re cheering for in Sochi.
Today’s song is one of my memories from the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics. (sings along)
Sage Kotsenburg won gold in snowboard slopestyle.