Advent Calendar of Hotness: Day 18

Luke Schenn, Maple Leafs first-round pick in the 2008 draft. I couldn’t resist a little bit of homerism, but honestly, I don’t think you’ll mind. More after the jump.

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Advent Calendar of Hotness: Day 17

Oh, Drew Brees.  I’ve liked you ever since your Purdue days; I’ve never been able to like Philip Rivers because the Chargers chose him over you.  I’m so happy you’ve found success with the Saints, and I am so, SO happy you finally cut your hair so I can justify including you on the Advent Calendar.

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Advent Calendar of Hotness: Day 15

It’s shocking that it took me more than 5 seconds to make this pick.  How could I overlook one of the most delectable men in the NFL.  Thank God I was discussing the Dolphins this chilly December morn, jogged my memory right quick!

Here in all his beautiful glory… Jason Taylor!

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Advent Calendar of Hotness: Day 14

You wouldn't know it from the photo, but this was taken on Christmas 2005. I was at the game and it was probably Kyle's best as a Raven.

No guessing games from me this time.  Kyle Boller is our hottie of the day.  I’ve been in love with this man since the day he was drafted by the Ravens.  He may suck at football, but he sure is nice to look at.  He’d be even hotter if he stopped dating skanks. 

More Kyle Boller prettiness after the jump.

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Advent Calendar of Hotness: Day 13

It’s 6 am and my neighbors dog was left outside in the cold and woke the whole neighborhood – except her parents. A friendly and cute police officer beat their door until they roused from their alchoholic stupor.

So obviously I’m a little bitter, but it does mean that today’s ACoH post is up bright and early!

There’s been a dearth of basketball hotties on this site recently, and as I explained to the other Ladies… in an email, I’ve had an inexplicable crush on this man recently, so today’s Advent Calendar window opens to reveal Dwyane Wade:

I’m certain the fact that he’s the biggest name to come out of Marquette has something to do with my crush, but also, the man knows how to dress! I love his grin, his style and his jump shot!

Also, his abs and outtie belly button!

Here’s some forearms, for those that like that sort of thing.

And one more to get you through your morning:

Advent Calendar of Hotness: Day 12

You knew that we couldn’t get too far into the ACoH without me starting to find some soccer hotties to send your way. You should all appreciate that I didn’t post more gratuitous Fernando Torres pictures. It was hard, but I spend long hours scouring to find you knew and adorable soccer players.

This is Curtis Davies who plays for Aston Villa in the English Premier League.

Not only does Mr. Davies have a charming smile, but he’s rocking some Louis Vuitton luggage. If he buys that for himself, imagine what his woman would get to carry!

Thanks to Kickette for the pic!

Advent Calendar of Hotness – Day 7

Saint Nick* just knew this baseball fan was lost in a sea of hockey, football and basketball and needed a pick-me-up, so he brought me Trent Oeltjen.

Saint Nick works in mysterious ways – how else could he know that what I needed in my long, cold Wisconsin winter was for the Brewers to offer a minor-league contract with invite to Spring Training to Oeltjen and his lopsided grin?

Not only is Trent here a serious hottie upgrade from recently-traded SS J.J. Hardy, but he’s also Australian, meaning I’m anxiously awaiting any and all television and radio interviews because I’m a serious sucker for an accent.

Unfortunately for Trent, his nickname is “The Thunder From Down Under.” While I appreciate his reputation as a contact hitter (he hit .243 with 3 HR in just 24 major league games with Arizona,) it’s never good to have a nickname that associates you with male strippers.

*While feasts of Saint Nicholas are not observed nationally, cities with strong German influences like Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and St. Louis celebrate St. Nick’s Day on a scale similar to the German custom.[5] On December 5, the Eve of St. Nicholas Day, each child puts one empty shoe outside their bedroom door or on a staircase before they go to sleep. The following morning of December 6, the children awake to find that St. Nick has filled their footwear with candy and small presents (if the children have been good) or coal (if not). For these children, the relationship between St. Nick and Santa Claus is not clearly defined, although St. Nick is usually explained to be a helper of Santa. The tradition of St. Nick’s Day is firmly established in the Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Cleveland and St. Louis communities, with parents often continuing to observe the day with their adult children. Widespread adoption of observing the tradition has spread among the German, Polish, Belgian and Dutch communities throughout Wisconsin, and is carried out through modern times. (from Wikipedia)