As we saw in Part 28, some studs are so dedicated to their personal mottoes that they have the words tattooed onto their naked flesh. Here are some more from our archives:
"All's well that ends well":
"Hakuna Matata" (it means "no worries"):
"One love forever":
"Just do me":
"Nothing to something":
"Instruye al niño en el camino correcto, y aun en su vejez no lo abandonará." ("Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.")
"Strong enough to rise / Brave enough to continue":
"Live fast, die young":
"Dance is my weapon":
Romance is beautiful, but the hard truth is that once a man swallows your cum or takes it up his raw ass, you don't have to see or communicate with him again if you don't wish. That's because you have already given him everything — your fucking DNA, your entire being. He is entitled to nothing more from you unless you choose otherwise.
Here are some of our favorite homoerotic moments in the terrifically entertaining Japanese series Kamen Rider OOO:
The series' hero is introduced by having him exposed in just his boxers as fourteen men look on:
Men's underwear will play an important role in the series. Here our hero peeks through a glory hole in his boxers:
Cake batter facial number one:
Cake batter facial number two:
And why not a stickier bukkake-type facial?
Deep-throating a popsicle:
Having a popsicle shoved down his throat:
A popsicle circle jerk:
That first feeling:
Someone to watch over me:
Just a couple of scantily clad dudes talking about underwear:
How about underwear "accidentally" tossed onto a man's face?
In addition to accidental underwear sharing, there's the official gifting of underwear:
Our sentiments exactly:
Those lips look locked shut. Will he open wide for the cumshot? Here's the "before" . . . Click on the image to reveal the "after."
Sometimes singers don't sing their own lyrics correctly. The official lyrics of Duran Duran's "New Moon on Monday" features the line, "Breaking away with the best of both worlds," but Simon LeBon actually sings, "Breaking away with the beast in both worlds." What is does the beast in both worlds look like? Is it related to Shakespeare's monster of sexual intercourse, "beast with two backs?" Here's one idea of a beast in both worlds: