Darn it. I thought it was American football, which would be hot. Instead, it''s efffeminate soccer players with substandard bodies.
its not muddy york. i used to play on that team
What do you think is hot about it, R33?
Love the pic at R31. I''ve seen it before, but it''s still great. Wish the guy on the right weren''t hiding the jewels though.%0D\
Wish every all male sports team had to pose for photos like that... especially gymnastics teams, swim teams, as well as la cross, soccer, and rowing. Woof.%0D\
''too weak and effeminate for football''\
can you hear yourself, not only internalized homophobic, but idiotic.
[quote]Oh NZ btw.\
Yeah, I think that''s correct. It seems I remember a New Zealand footie/soccer team posing nude for laughs a few years back.
Love seeing a group of naked guys all showing off their uncircumcised dicks. Right on, boys.
I thought it might be muddy york because the trees around the field looked similar. I daresay OP''s photo was taken on a cold day.%0D
American football is so much hotter and masculine.
R42. American football players look like pumped-up steroid Neanderthals.
American Football is also a LOT more homophobic.%0D
American football is rugby for wimps.\
They only look big because of the padding. And the fact that many of them are fat.
My mother''s take on football was, "I''ll be god damned if I''m going to sit around and watch a bunch of homosexuals pat each other on the ass!"\
And, yes, she was in the New York Social Register.
r45, have you seen NFL hunks like Tim Tebow, Reggie Bush, Miles Austin, Dez Bryant, Tony Gonzalez, Tom Brady, Michael Vick, Brady Quinn, Colt McCoy, Mark Sanchez, Will Demps, Jason Taylor, Laron Landry, Peyton Hillis, Julius Peppers, Steve Smith, Anthony McCoy, John Beeson, or Taylor Mays? These are the guys who often appear shirtless on Men''s Fitness or similar magazines because their bods are not only muscular, but also incredibly defined. They are the guys whose bodies are used as models for other men to emulate and often to lust after. \
R45, you seem to know little or nothing about football, and it shows.
oops, the previous post is directed to R43, not R42.
R45, see the above posting. YOu sound ignorant. Reggie Bush is big and buff without pads, as his countless shirtless magazine covers attests. The same for the aforementioned football players. If you followed football you would know this.
[quote]The same for the aforementioned football players. If you followed football you would know this.\
If I followed football, I''d be brain-dead.
I follow football. While there are some gorgeous guys playing (mostly quarterbacks), on the whole, American Football players are ugly, fat, and gross.
American football, like American measurements, is American exceptionalism in action.
r51, you must not following football. Post R47 has a whole list of hot NFL players.
American football players are mostly gross. Yes we can make a list of the guys with the hot bodie. But line up any NFL team like these soccer guys for a photo shoot and you''ll see the difference.
Momma spies some really thick man meat in this crowd!
Athletes ought to go back to the ancient Greek model, and play sports naked.
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