Sunday, November 14, 2010

One Calendar That Deserves a Post All Its Own

Hot Guys and Baby Animals calendar

Are you sick and tired of seeing studly dudes showing off their perfectly sculpted muscles? Have you had enough of those adorable baby animals flaunting their newborn, fuzzy cuteness?

Yeah, we didn't think so.

That's the opening text on the web site Hot Guys and Baby Animals. You can click on that link without fear - the pictures show the guys' chests, and no more. (The site often loads slowly, though.)

If you want any more excuses to consider this calendar, then note that it's "printed with soy-based inks on 50% post-consumer recycled paper." And "a portion of all proceeds will be donated to nonprofit animal rescue organizations."

[via Steve Silberman]

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Julie Bestry said...

I'm not even an animal person, but this calendar is the yummiest I've seen so far for the coming year. And I know some girls (and guys) who would appreciate this as a gift. Wheeeee!

Warm Socks, Rossow said...


RE: "One Calendar That Deserves a Post All Its Own"

Yes, indeed.

I've been a devoted Franklin Covey fan for many years, and will continue with that for my time management system.

However... this will would be a great addition to my Rossow Resources Corporate Office wall... and would appear on Schedule C as "motivational art."

Warm Drooling Socks,

Jeri Dansky said...

Julie, I specifically thought of you as I wrote this post, wondering if you'd like it given that you're not an animal person at all. I'm delighted to know it appeals to you as much as to me!

Rossow, I'm always delighted to help you find motivational art!

The English Organizer said...

Goodness, what can I say - Winning Combination!!

Anonymous said...

OK, this makes up for the lack of a "Men and Cats" calendar this year. Also, that pup looks a lot like I imagine my dog did at that age! Very cute.


Janet Barclay said...

What a great combination! Thanks for finding this and thanks for sharing it!

Allison Spitzer Carter said...

Lol. enough said.
Keeping it light,

Jeri Dansky said...

Naomi, I didn't think of your dog, Bandit, until you mentioned it!