The new Lumber Collection from Obviously is so extremely rugged and resilient that they, of course, needed an equally as strapping campaign to go along with it. The latest campaign from Obviously takes us into the woods with an Obviously model with whom we wouldn’t mind getting lost. Supplied with an axe, fire-building skills, bird conditioning techniques and a perfect physique, this model is anything but ordinary. Not to mention, he comes equipped with the new Obviously Lumber Collection. It’s safe to say we would feel more than safe in the wilderness with a guy like this.
Set in a beautiful woodland setting, the natural daylight shows each rugged cut and shape of the model’s upper body. His temperament remains cool and confident as each bird rests on his arm. The timberland background is slightly out of focus, covered in a fog-like haze. The model is also photographed building a fire late at night and staring out of his log cabin during the day. There’s something extremely copacetic about a rugged man showing off his underwear in the great outdoors.
You can see more of this photoshoot on The Underwear Expert.
Real lumberjacks don’t shave (their chests).
@ingyaom: this is true!
WHY do elitist urban gay people fetishize JOBS that they would NEVER actually do, that are performed in places that they would NEVER actually live, with socials and moral norms of mutual community accountability, responsibility and respect that they would NEVER actually endorse or live by?
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@ingyaom: did you ever stop to think that maybe he didn’t have a hairy chest to begin with?
I don’t believe this guy shaved his chest, I can see hairs.
Hubba hubba! :>)
@ingyaom: I agree! My lumberjack fantasy is a far cry from this vanity fair of depilatory and designer underwear.
@galatians328: Why do obvious breeders like you make such lame assumptions about urban gay people? You should try living in the real world sometimes where most don’t fit quite so comfortably into your lame stereotypes.
Some “elitist urban gays” exemplify the values you mention, some of your kind do not. Maybe you should read the quote from the dead rabbi that you take as your screen name, lame ass!
@galatians328: Actually, make that the quote ABOUT the dead Rabbi, as it was written long after his murder.
WHY do elitist urban gay people fetishize JOBS that they would NEVER actually do…”
PEOPLE not just GAYS are FANTASIZING not FETISHIZING about PEOPLE not JOBS.
Personally I like ’em hairy.
@dwes09: @dwes09: Pardon, but the historical account – so far as we can assess – suggest that Paul was a part of the Pharisees faction but not a rabbi (as we would recognize a rabbis in our own time).
@dwes09: Actually, the historical record, so far as can be assessed, rather clearly identifies Paul as the writer of the Letter to the Galatians, within 50 years of Jesus’ crucifixion (if you are meaning Jesus by ‘dead rabbi’).
@dm10003: Correct. Indeed, various different groups fantasize, and fetishize, different sort of people, places, things, events, and symbols of things.
LOOK! An authentic “Gay Man Lumberjack” imitation….. LOL
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