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Anti-Romney Political Messages Now Being Delivered by Shirtless, Singing Beef-cakian Bros

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | September 27, 2012 | Comments ()


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I barely know who the boy band "One Direction" is, but I have to assume -- based on the parody song below -- that they're catchy as hell, because this anti-Romney version of "What Makes You Beautiful" is lodged deeply into my brain folds. It has nothing to do with Full Frontal, the shirtless, frat-bros delivering the message, but hey! There's nothing wrong with a little eye candy with your political campaigning, right?

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  • BierceAmbrose

    Just goes to show - "No matter how good your cause, there is always someone who agrees with you that you wish didn't."

    I've been waiting to use that quote since I found it three days ago.

  • Slash

    I was going to say it's nice to know that attractive frat-bro-dudes can be politically aware, but I suspect that they were probably paid (maybe in beer) for their participation. Whatever. Adds to the marketplace of ideas, I guess. Better than another effing Romney commercial.

  • e jerry powell

    In fact, Full Frontal Freedom (they refer to themselves as an anti-PAC) put up the resources.

  • Drake

    Now, that is a political party that I can support unconditionally.

  • Sassafrass Green

    And this just proves what I've been telling people: gay bros exist people! When you get down to it, the only real difference is better polos.

    And liking dick, I guess.

  • googergieger

    I've yet to meet a "straight" bro.

  • e jerry powell

    That's why they always keep six-packs at the ready...

    If it takes that much anymore.

  • BendinIntheWind

    Is red-trunks trying to disguise himself as a cello? That tattoo placement is... odd.

  • Miss Laaw-yuhr

    I don't think it's so much a cello as a tattooed treasure trail. I understand the confusion because calling these guys "frat boys" is just a bit of a red herring. Because it's the sort of frat that doesn't need a sorority for to have a mixer.

  • BendinIntheWind

    Um, there's no confusion about their extracurriculars. I was just pointing out that it's an odd thing to get tattooed on yourself because the only thing I can think of now is that he's missing strings going up his chest.

    Maybe I could have said it better - the placement isn't so odd as the meaning.

  • e jerry powell

    An f-hole is an f-hole is an f-hole. And I say that as a former luthier's assistant.

  • BendinIntheWind

    Ha, very true - but why are they on his front, I wonder? ;)

  • e jerry powell

    Well, it's not Duchamp (though I doubt that wannabe-man candy would get the reference). And the f-holes on my cello are on the front. If they were on the back, the instrument would be resonating directly into my crotch. Not very useful.

  • e jerry powell

    Let's just call it gay porn ink, even though they're missing the truest signifier: the down-arrow tramp stamp.

    Boys that think they might work straight corporate jobs, but probably shouldn't hold out that much hope.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Sounds like true Greek heritage to me.

  • e jerry powell

    With tongue planted firmly in cheek.

  • celery

    This made my day. I don't say that lightly.

  • Jerce

    I want that little honey in the pool.

    WANT.

  • BendinIntheWind

    Clearly these boys come from retail - put your most appealing product. front and center. Smart.

  • e jerry powell

    Then rent one!

  • Drake

    I checked at Rent-A-Center, but they didn't have anything like that little hottie in stock.

  • e jerry powell

    You know it's from a completely different website.

  • Drake

    Umm.... maybe you could point me to the other website. Just for informational sake, you understand.

  • e jerry powell
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