We are currently compiling entrants for our first official thigh-off celebration/competition.
Many thighs of thunder will be entered, all will be coveted, none will be excluded.**
Please feel free to send us your nominations. We’ll start things off with some of our favourite thigh masters, Cristiano Ronaldo, Frank Lampard and Fabio Cannavaro.
Please remember: this is a friendly competition. No cat scratching, name calling or nominating anyone unattractive.
**Except for those who we can’t be bothered to source images for, those whose girlfriends/wives annoy us, or those who fall by the wayside as we get bogged down in the mire of large baller legs.
And yes, please cast your vote for one of the three in our first round of hotness.
We’re neither Liverpool nor Chelsea fans, but there’s no two ways about it… Liverpool’s Champion’s League win against the Blues last night was hands down a big ‘ole case of just desserts for Jose bigmouth Mourinho. In case you missed it, first Jose called Cristiano Ronaldo something along the lines of a ghetto stepchild, then he said that Liverpool was an itsy bitsy teenie weenie cup club.
We love a man’s right to be an opinionated yakkity spout, but this time it seems many of the Jose haters will be saying “Boo yah!“ or, “In your face, foreigner!“ or something similar. (Personally, we’d go with “payback is a beeyatch, mofo!“, but choose your own expression at will).
Steven Gerrard said “it was one of the best moments of my life.“ Mourinho said: “… in 10 years or so no one will remember that we were the best team and should have won. All I saw was one team in blue playing without any problems and trying to win the game.“
Link: Mourinho The Deluded One
Link: Jose Re-Opens Ronaldo War
Cristiano’s sizzling hot season just gets better and better.
This weekend the Man United star was named PFA Player of the Year, and Young Player of the Year. In your face half-hotties and non-divers, he rules!
Note the superior, smug expression that can only be worn by those with thighs of thunder, stonking hot good looks and designer man bags.
Congratulations C-dawg, nice one.
On a balcony. In his drawers. ‘Nuff said.
Cristiano is always in top form, but lately, yeesh, he is looking good on the pitch.
And this time we’re actually talking about his footy skills. Team-mate Wayne Rooney was recently quoted saying he thinks the C-dawg is the best player in the world at the moment.
Cristiano hasn’t publicly mentioned if he agrees with Wayne or not, but he has been very clear about one area where he outshines the competition:
Okay, two areas.
In this month’s Vogue, when asked whether he goes out dancing on his nights off, he admits to going to clubs, but says, “I’m very different from the English lads. I don’t need to drink alcohol before I can dance. It’s natural to me, it’s what I do.“
Take a moment to imagine the dancefloor at a random “hot” nightclub in Anywhere, UK. Cristiano and the Man U crew are kicking it in the VIP. Champs is flowing, groupies are hovering; it’s on, ya’ll. Suddenly, Beyonce comes blasting through the speakers. Cristiano leaves a trail of drunken slow steppers in his wake as he takes over the dancefloor, white vest and slightly too tight jeans in effect, Lord of the Boogie-Dance. All bow to his superior rhythm and grace as he performs a medley of moves that would cause Peter Crouch to retire his size 24 dancing shoes.
It could happen.
Later on in the interview, when talking about the launch of his upcoming clothing line, CR7, Cristiano says that hands down, the best dressed player at Manchester United is himself.
It bears repeating: we love this man. It’s impossible not to.