Daddyhunt Blog Posts from February 2012

February 8, 2012
Category: Relationships
I Fucking Love To Cuddle

I think we can all agree, sometimes you need a good fuck. But how many out there just need a good cuddle? I live for cuddling. And don't get me wrong, I love sexy times as much as the next guy - and ideally I want both - but lately I just want someone in my bed to watch a movie with. The problem is, the channels in which to find this are scarce. Most guys online or on the street are looking to get off, and again, that's needed, but I just want someone to stay afterwards and hang out for a bit. But this is easier said than done. For one, personalities don't always mesh. You can have incredible mind blowing sex and then, well, then things can go terrifyingly awkward. Doesn't make sense, but it happens. And you can't just call someone over for a cuddle that you haven't met yet. Groundwork needs to be laid, drinks or food need to be shared, and then maybe cuddles are appropriate. Above all else, you can't call exes to cuddle. You just can't. You can call an ex for sex (though, still not a great idea), but a cuddle is out of the question. Mostly because cuddles can sometimes be more intimate than sex. Maybe I'm doing it wrong, but oftentimes I feel closer to someone when cuddling than I do when boning. Which again makes finding a random cuddle so damn hard. I'd love to have a little black book of cuddles, but even that seems difficult to fill. As previously stated, plucking a stranger out of the blue to cuddle just won't do and it takes all the fun out of it if you don't know the guy.

I dated someone this summer and after a few starts and stops we decided to do the...

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February 6, 2012
Category: Wellness

Going to the gym is hard. Staying motivated, reaching your goals, keeping things interesting: makes it even harder. I'm trying my best this winter to not hibernate and pack on the pounds, even though December kind of did me in. But Spring is just around the corner, which means Summer shirtless-ness is inevitable.

How many of you out there drink protein before or after your workouts? I've been on the protein bus for a few years now and the results have been great. But lately I've been thinking more and more about what I'm putting into my body. All the chemicals, and additives - it doesn't always make me feel as healthy as I should post workout.

I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Greg, one of our very own Daddyhunt members who created Whey Natural! USA. I have to say, after trying some samples, I feel better drinking something that I know is 100% natural. And after trying the different flavors, I can tell you that you can taste the difference - big time. But I think Greg said it best in one of our exchanges:

"At 64 years of age I definitely feel the difference. I have more energy and a youthful overall feeling. Knowing that it builds up my immune system, I haven't had a cold this winter and the weather in North Florida has been pretty screwed up."

He also said that beyond gym goers and athletes, Whey Natural! USA is good for those that have had bypass surgery (cardiovascular and bariatric), cancer patients going through chemo, diabetics, seniors in need of nursing care,...

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February 3, 2012
Category: Gay Culture

I don't think anyone ever thought Madonna and the Super Bowl would ever be mentioned in the same sentence. But here we are, eagerly awaiting her Madgesty's half time performance. Now I have two confessions to make and one might make you clutch your pearls:

1. Unless I'm at a live game or playing myself, I don't really care for watching football. (no need to clutch here)
2. I don't really care about Madonna. (you may clutch)

I appreciate her, like I appreciate football, but at the end of the day she doesn't do much for me. I think I'm missing the Madonna gene. But all that being said I am excited to see what she brings to the half time show. And before I get an earful, her contributions to pop music are undeniable and I do like her. I just don't live for her like many a gay do.

But back to the Bowl, as a New Yorker, I'm team Giants this year (but being a Philly boy, the Eagles will always be my most hearted team). If we were to base the game solely on each teams aggregated looks I'd have to give to the Patriots. And that's even if you took out Tom Brady, who, in keeping with the theme of this post, also does little me. There I said it.

So let's hear from the DH masses, who's your money on? And if you had to pick a locker room to hang out in, which would it be?

P.S. If you are in San Francisco on the big day, drop by...

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February 2, 2012
Category: Eye Candy

What an effective way to sell sheets. I'm sold!

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February 1, 2012
Category: Wellness

We talk about hair on here quite a bit. And with good reason, as men we're either finding it in new places or losing it in others. As a hairy Hungarian/Russian mix, I've been dealing with my hairy roots since puberty. It wasn't until later on in high school when the pride I felt for being hairy in all the right places, quickly shifted to embarrassment. You see the hair I had come to know and love began to creep it's way down my back. To me this was something I could never be proud of, so from that point on I Naired, Shaved, Waxed and Veeted my back to baby bottom smoothness.

But as I've gotten older I've started to care less about manscaping, and handled my hirsuteness with a more hands off approach. For one, I've embraced the bear in me and come to accept that a heavily haired body is a beautiful one. Mostly though, I'm lazy. The upkeep on my facial hair alone was enough for me to accept a beard as an extension of my body. As for my back, the sizable difference in surface area and the fact that it's hard to reach, see, and treat it's just about enough for me to give up on it all together. At least in the Winter. When Summer comes, I usually rely on the kindness of other to help me keep it under control.

Of all the men, both friends and lovers, I've come across, most I know end up shaving, waxing, (or if they can afford it) get laser treatment. The latter of which I hope to someday partake in. I've seen the results and it seems like a hairless breeze. But then there a few men who fully embrace their hairy back. And I have to wonder, with chest hair coming...

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