This is my dream locker room, clean and smelling of men and their bodies, and hints of feet, pits and butts sometimes. It’s the heady mix of testosterone, musk, sweat and the odor of body parts from hunks, good looking hunks like Gaz Holgate, Chris Everingham, Harry Morris and Andrew Wolff. This is about as good as it gets.
Whatever happened to the Philippine Volcanoes as underwear models for Bench Body? Oh, I want them back for Bench Body, their hot muscular bodies lubed with sweat as they pose for the photo and video shoots. Just like Chris Everingham here, who’s not very shy when it comes to showing off his mighty bod.
If you want to see sexy, shirtless boys in short shorts with huge legs and bulging, uh, muscles, head over to the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium to catch Asian Five Nations Division I tournament. Last night, the Philippine national men’s rugby union team defeated Singapore, 37-20, to open its campaign in the rugby tournament. The Philippines continues its campaign on Wednesday at 7 p.m. versus Chinese Taipei, before wrapping up the tournament against Sri Lanka on Saturday. Division I is the second tier of competition in Asian Five Nations rugby, next only to the Top 5. Winning the tournament would earn the Philippines a promotion to the top tier. From left: Chris Everingham, Jake Letts, Darran Seeto, Nick Perry and Kenneth Stern.
Imagine three full-grown, big and burly men dancing furiously. These are the Cookies ‘N Cream, a sexy group formed among the ranks of the Philippine Volcanoes team. The three – Andrew Wolff, Eric Tai and Chris Everingham – performed [and won!] at TV5’s Talentadong Pinoy last weekend. Somehow, I’m reminded of Transformer’s Devastator, a massive mechanoid comprised of several Constructicons, with giant wrecking balls meant to resemble testicles. Just saying. Tee-hee.
Nothing beats the scent of a sweaty man, the clean sweaty smell. It would have to be some rich, organic and fresh fragrance coming from a man just after some strenuous activity. I’m imagining this would be the case with Chris Everingham, who is in town to play for the Volcanoes. The 26-year-old personal trainer from Australia was recently seen dancing on national TV.