Morticians are sexy as hell
A sexy calendar called "Men Of Mortuaries" turns conventional wisdom on its head.
Is Anything Sexier Than Death?
Morticians get a bad rap because they’re somber and touch dead people all day. Ken McKenzie, a mortician himself, launched a calendar in 2007 called “Men Of Mortuaries” to showcase his profession as the incredible physical specimens they are. The calendar only lasted two years but the photographs are eternal. One shows a gaggle of shirtless morticians burying a casket while the widow watches with an approving eye. Another shows a ripped mortician serving cheesecake to a super old widow. Yet another shows a muscular mortician putting a saddle on a horse while the horse watches with an approving eye.
Because the world is a cruel and unjust place, the “Men Of Mortuaries” calendar is no more. All we have are some bad ass Google images and the hope that one day we’ll be embalmed by some of these Captain America undertakers. Please watch the movie above — where Clint views “Men Of Mortuaries” for the first time and Chris cries in happiness — and remember nothing is sexier than death.
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November 2: Lies, Lies, & More Lies
Nobody (or maybe everybody?!) lies about who they vote for. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss Why Tho surveys, cold hands, the NYT, Clint's vote, mail, and capitalism.
October 30: Men Of Mortuaries
Morticians are putting out sexy calendars. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss neighbors, split personalities, widows, Weekend At Bernie's, and firefighters.
October 29: Play This Piano Number & Be Judged For Your Beauty
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October 28: WE NOW OWN THE UTAH JAZZ
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October 27: The Mail-A-Child Program
There is no limit to what you can send via the mail system. Why tho? Chris and Clint (and Kelli) also discuss Ripley's Believe It Or Not, Corvettes, mailed feces, bee boys, blue check marks, and controversy.