The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

11 October 2006

For all those heat-seeking misses

A chap from Edmond is, says Cosmopolitan, one of the "hottest guys in the U.S.", and he'd like your vote in their Bachelor Blowout, as it were.

Josh Walters, 23, who teaches at Summit Middle School in Edmond, represents Oklahoma in the magazine's list of 50 studmuffins, and he looks, well, like this.

And he admits to one bit of puzzlement about women:

I know women have different hormones than guys do, but their mood swings leave me puzzled. I really don't follow how they can change from happy to furious so quickly and for no obvious reason at all!

This, sir, is why you're teaching geography. Mountains and streams don't do things like that.

(Those of you who may be seeking the very antithesis of hot — oh, wait, you're already reading me.)

Posted at 10:26 AM to Table for One

he looks, well, like this.

All of those guys look exactly alike.

Posted by: McGehee at 11:20 AM on 11 October 2006

You've had a number of ladies come on this site lately, waxing flirtatious. Waxing! Plus, that recent picture of you with at least one woman (might have been two, my memory is going) draped all over you. Draped! So you better stop invoking the 'How unattractive am I' meme for a while, lest you lose your street cred. There's a babe magnet inside you, waiting to come out. Magnet! Granted, it might be in line behind a few other things also waiting to come out, but still, it's there.

Posted by: Mister Snitch! at 4:47 PM on 11 October 2006

Magnet hell, that's a damned bulk eraser!

Posted by: paulsmos at 5:34 PM on 11 October 2006

You see any of this bulk being erased?

Posted by: CGHill at 7:26 PM on 11 October 2006

I'm teaching 6th-grade Geography. Should I show this to my students? Probably not.

Posted by: Dr. Weevil at 9:29 PM on 11 October 2006

Mr. Snitch is referring to that animal maggotism we middle aged guys display so well.

Walters is 23 and he can't figure out women? Hah, when he's 47 he'll-oh, crap, he still won't know. Simple, safe rule of thumb-whatever you think or feel, they think or feel the opposite.

Posted by: John Salmon at 9:48 PM on 11 October 2006
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