Man Candy Monday-4th of July Edition

After much thought, I decided to use this day to commemorate America’s Founding Hotties Fathers.

I must admit that I’ve always had this secret crush on Thomas Jefferson.

Brilliant Statesman. Great writer. Who isn’t turned on by that? Yeah, I know, he had that little affair with one of his own slaves.  Well, nobody’s perfect.

I must admit to always having an inordinate affection for John Adams:

The love letters between him and Abigail make a girl swoon.

What girl hasn’t imagined herself dancing in the arms of George Washington?

What?  Oh.  I guess that was only me.  (blush)

Oh well.

Before he lost his teeth, this guy was THE guy to get on your dance card, ladies. He was the 1700’s answer to the burning question on every girl’s lips, “What do we have to look at while we’re waiting for Gerard Butler to get born?”

I have to admit that I’ve never really had the hots for Benjamin Franklin (and that’s not a sentence you read everyday, is it?)

Although I’ve always though he’d be a witty dinner companion, his fondness for French whores really amps up the ick factor for me.   I’m afraid a platonic relationship is all I’m open for with this one.

Next and last on my limited list of Founding Fathers I wouldn’t kick out of bed for eating crackers is Mr. Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death, himself, Patrick Henry. I must confess to having a big crush on him and his courage.  Would that we all could have such courage of our convictions.  At the very least it would cause us to choose our convictions with much more care.

Who says I’m not a Patriot?

Happy Birthday, America!

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19 thoughts on “Man Candy Monday-4th of July Edition

  1. I looked long and hard at Hamilton last night, and he's definitely a cutey. He was killed in a duel over ideology as well. That's hot.Chloe

  2. *fans self* Too many hot, awesome dudes!George was quite a looker, particularly with his curly brown hair.I'd also nominate Nathan Hale. Courageous, religious and not at all hard on the eyes.

  3. The young George Washington was hot even by today's harsh standards. And thanks for mentioning the gorgeous Nathan Hale. Also a Patriot hottie. I think I need a cold shower now.chloe

  4. Have you ever noticed the resemblance between Tom and Robert Redford? Just sayin….My fave is John Adams. I'm into love letters. He was often wrong, but always so confident. That one was not a wimp. I don't think I could have resisted Ben. Few could.Jen/mamamoz

  5. Jen, and apparently few did. You're probably right. A smooth-talking man is probably a man I can't resist.Reading between the lines, John's love letters are really steamy. I feel bad for the youth of today. Instead of heady romantic letters like John's, the girls today get.For instance: This: "I love you with the heat of a thousand suns. Be mine forever. I can't wait to make love to you under the moonlight." becomes this:"ilu W d heat of a K suns. B myn 4ever. I cnt w8 2 boink u undR d m%nlyt."It is rather hard trying to imagine dear John Adams wanting to "boink" sweet Abigail "undR d m%nlyt". love, chloe

  6. Well, you and I have, again, been following parallel trains of thought. I have always kind of had a thing for Patrick Henry, George Washington, and TJ. I am positive I could have Franklin flirting with me in 2 shakes of a lamb's tail. Or 2 squiggles of Poor Richard's quill. If you know what I mean.John Adams adored one of our Founding Fun Girlz, Abigail, and that's totally hot.

  7. Susan, gauging Mr. Adams by his letters to Abigail, I'd have to think he was one fine catch of a husband in those days. He had the answer to the eternal question, "What does a woman want?"To be listened to.

  8. *fans self* Too many hot, awesome dudes!George was quite a looker, particularly with his curly brown hair.I'd also nominate Nathan Hale. Courageous, religious and not at all hard on the eyes.

  9. I looked long and hard at Hamilton last night, and he's definitely a cutey. He was killed in a duel over ideology as well. That's hot.Chloe

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