Gay Beefcake Models
Nick Fitt and Zario Travezz fooling around at the ranch.
Inked beefcake Richard Bulger and Mike O’Brian hanging out.
Lovers Rikk York and Dexx share a kiss.
Ryan Jordan and Jake Porter show off their new undies.
Wesley Woods along with Steven Lee shirts off !
Life of Handsome Male Model Waiter/Actor
I’ve just started my shift at work and the first table I approach is griping about the weather. “It’s too hot,” they say. “This humidity is a bitch. I wish it was cooler.” It was this table—or one similar—back at the beginning of June that was declaring that it was too cool for the beginning of summer. “We’d better not get another summer like last year!”
As I arrived at the table and offered to get them drinks they continued to comment negatively about the weather. They turned to me for my agreement. “How can you work in this sweltering heat?” they asked me.
“I love the heat,” I succinctly replied.
“What!” They all gasped in unison.
“You know,” I continued blithely, “summer’s going to be over in 5 weeks, so you might as well enjoy the heat while you have it because soon it will be snowing.” They blinked, dumbfounded as I shot them a wide grin.
“What a depressing thought,” they finally grumped. However, the rest of the night as they sat in my section, I didn’t hear a peep out of them about the weather.
What is it with Canadians always bitching about the weather? Never have I heard a group of people so obsessed about the climate variations of their country. It’s too hot, it’s too cold, it’s raining too much, this is the worst winter we’ve ever had. Listen kiddies, no one hates the cold more than I do, but other than two weeks of retarded winter temperatures in the minus 40’s, this past winter was shorter, with less snow and more sunshine than the two winters before. I know because I forever quietly endure the bleak weeks after Christmas silently crossing off the days on the calendar until the beginning of April when I can exchange my winter wool for spring denim.
So what is with our refusal to enjoy the nice weather when we have it? I suppose I should be grateful that we are only obsessed about the weather. It’s not like we are obsessed about patriotism like our neighbors to the south. And we have good reason to gripe about our winters, as they are often too long, too cold and too dark for the average person to handle. You’d think we’d appreciate the hot lazy summer days where the clothes are at a minimum and sun is at a maximum—I know I do.
I guess with the extremes of climate this country gets weather is always going to play a big part in our lives. Like hockey, it’s a subject any Canadian can play expert on no matter where they’re from. Maybe we just need to temper it with a bit more Canadian humour.