Jon Hamm's salty ham needs to be set free in time to be part of my Easter dinner.
I think it's nasty that he would even think about going commando in clothes that aren't even his. Have some respect for the wardrobers, man! Nobody wants to clean your skidmarks off the inside seams of your borrowed pants.
I don't understand how anyone can get addicted to cocaine. Thoroughly boring and pointless drug. But that's prob how he keeps so ripped.
Cocaine is incredibly habit forming R19. Similar to smoking in that respect.
Its effects aren't that intense, but that can make it easier to abuse on a regular basis.
Christ, I am so sick and tired of hearing about this fucking show.
How much longer til it is finally off the air?
OP is an idiot who made this up
I wonder if they need a fluffer for the show?
Other men have been told they have to wear underwear on their show. Among them: Fred Dreyer, Hunter. Bruce Willis, Moonlighting. David Letterman, NBC late show.
When men's underwear has cup sizes the way bra's do, then criticize him. The kind of underwear that would actually minimize a bulge is too tight and constricting for someone of his size and thickness. Whatever underwear he could wear comfortably wouldn't solve the bulge problem anyway, so if he's most comfortable going commando then so what. A wardrobe department could probably design something for him to wear rather than talking to gossip columnists.
R24 is an idiot who can't use google and also didn't notice the other thread on this same topic that has a link but instead just said made something up assuming what he thinks must be true.
R4, he's not allowed to workout since he's playing a typical guy from the 1950s/1960s. He said it himself that they expect him to look a bit doughy.
R you just revealed yourself as a slob who lets his dick smega, piss droppings, and sweat stink up his pants.
Underwear, they were invented for a reason. If Hamm wants to swing around the world, dick flopping everywhere, that's his choice, but I'd hate to think what he does to the AMC wardrobe collection with his naked schlong.
Yes gays and straight women like it, wardrobe dept...not so much.
I call this a not very clever promotional gimmick. And complete bullshit.
Michael Rady is hot to death.
What is the picture at R21 from?
I love Jon Hamm, and his cock is a thing of joy, but honestly it's getting distracting that so much gossip is hitting blogs, etc. about his cock.
A little bit heightens interest....too much and it's going to start distracting people from the show.
Has Daniel Radcliffe commented? He did share that scene in a bath with Hamm in some British new series - presumably Hamm didn't bother to cover himself in the tub either, and Daniel was also naked on Broadway - so they are both used to being looked at naked, so I imagine they were both naked in the tub ..... oh, to have been on that set ! Did they repair to a dressing room together afterwards to continue their discussions on their roles, just wondering.
Yeah anyone with an ounce of brains could see this is strictly a publicity stunt.
Notice I said "OUNCE OF BRAINS" so that means your average AIDS infested 'mo will believe it, since it only takes an ounce of brains NOT to get infected with AIDS.
Regardless, Hamm doesn't wear underwear. He has a huge cock. We have a million photos if him freeballing.
"Most of it's tongue-in-cheek," Hamm told Rolling Stone. "But it is a little rude. It just speaks to a broader freedom that people feel like they have - a prurience."
"They're called 'privates' for a reason," he added.
"I'm wearing pants, for f---'s sake. Lay off. I mean, it's not like I'm a f---ing lead miner. There are harder jobs in the world. But when people feel the freedom to create Tumblr accounts about my c---, I feel like that wasn't part of the deal ... But whatever. I guess it's better than being called out for the opposite."
It's important that we continue to talk about this.
After all, Mad Men starts Sunday.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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