Another week, another round of quadtastic action for your judging pleasure.
We’re heading over to Italy for some Serie A appreciation. Won’t you join us?
This week’s TTO is brought to you by ONTD Football.
Good afternoon, studious and diligent pupils of Thigh. Today, we’re going to wax lyrical about rituals and sustenance.
Human beings are creatures of habit. As we boldly stride through life, we develop our own daily rituals and routines. Eg, some people like to enjoy a cup of coffee first thing, some have their man-servants take them straight to the shower for cleansing and diamond-polish buffing. But we, dear followers, we need thigh.
Thighs are like meals: best consumed in small portions, several times a day. This method of thigh-intake helps to ward off disease, fatigue, depression, and the 3 p.m. brick wall. Studies show the importance of a balanced diet consisting of quad, hamstring, and adductor. Trust us.
On today’s menu, we’re delighted to feature two exquisite Italian Serie A dishies, Paolo Mmm-mmm-Maldini and I’ll-have-the-Javier Zanetti. Sometimes the pun just writes itself, really.
Tee hee, Milanese rivalry.
Maldini, even at age three hundred and fifty-seven, is still sending people with hormones all around the world into fits of, um, [content not suitable for children.] He’s AC Milan’s dreamiest defender, and also the most-capped player for the Italian national gang o’ hunks. Ed note: he’s also a former TTO winner.
Zanetti, at a considerably more sprightly two hundred and three, thighs about for Inter Milan. He’s also captain of the Argentine team, so you know, we suppose he’s quite good at what he does.
We firmly believe that these mealtime thighs are a divine gift from Iker. They’re like toast. Look closely at that leg – can’t you see an image of the Virgin Bojan?
Who gets your vote this week?
Well done to last week’s winner, Mario Gomez, who barely beat out Thierry Henry in a closely fought battle. Nice job, MG! Thierry, stay strong.