Saturday, November 22, 2008

Moist, Damp, Soggy, Steamy, Humid, Muggy, Misty, Dewy, Etc.


This ad by Gap is plastered on phone booths, buses, subways, station walls and probably on coffee cups and shopping bags across New York City lately. Now we all know that I'm not desperate for kids. I'm also not desperate for Jason Bateman. I think he's a good looking guy who is only getting better with age as an actor. He's dry and funny and probably everything I want in a Secret Boyfriend (tm Mrs. G) but he's never made my top 10.

This photo?

Makes me moist. I can hardly walk down the street in this town without being distracted. It's going to be a holiday season of walking into walls.

And not minding at all.

11 comments:

  1. There was an ad on television a few years ago (I can't remember the product and, really, it doesn't matter). It featured a dad in a grocery store, shopping with his kids. Devon and I both agreed that it was the single most sexy portrayal of a guy in advertising ever - including the seductive Calvin ads. A man who's confident and in love with his kids? That's it, right there.

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  2. I hate you and I am sure you know why.

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  3. He has gotten better with age hasn't he?
    Atleast with it being winter and all you'll have some clothing padding when you hit those walls!

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  4. Really?! This one?! I am all for Guy With Kid = Sexy (remember Bucky, or whatever Pacey's protege's name was?), and Jason ranked right up there with Kirk Cameron and MJF back in the day, but THIS photo? Really?

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  5. Auntie, I know what I did. I have to admit that I did it on purpose, too. The title was all for you and then I did something mean with it. Sorry. A little.

    JRH, You forget that I LIKE the scruff and you don't. The scruff gives me the wigglies. And those hands? Come on! Also, Kirk Cameron? That is a train I'm neer going to get on, sorry. MJF, yes. All of these guys, though, seem to be getting better with age...except Cameron, he's just getting more crazy.

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  6. I wasn't going to bring this up until, well, January 9th, but I'm younger than you. That doesn't matter now, but it did when Growing Pains aired. I was the kid you babysat for that couldn't be moved from in front of the tv when it was on. Oh, no, actually, that was Charles in Charge, but whatever. There's a new boy in the neighborhood. He lives downstairs and it's understood... that he is there just to take good care of me... like he's one of the family...

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  7. Mmmmm....scruff. I HATE it when Mr. Chili shaves on the weekends. Nothing like a little scratchy on the small of one's back.....

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  8. Whew (says the man who wears his beard short)! I'm glad there are women out there who like that. If I had to shave every day now, I'd die.

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  9. Yeah, what Chili said about a little rub of the scruff.

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  10. It's not the scruff. It's his eyes in that photo.
    THIS is what I want on the small of MY back:
    http://blogs.sundaymercury.net/anorak-city/Joshua-Jackson.jpg

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  11. That is all kinds of adorable.

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