Monday, 15 September 2014
Heavenly hirsute thighs greeted us this morning at less frequented stop by our HOTT Crew, but we should hang out here more often! And our gentleman's calves are quite attractive, too. And Fall is such a glorious time when handsome men can be seen wearing a combination of warm weather (shorts) and cool weather (fleece jackets) attire.
Location: Bus Stop at Dawes Island
Imagined Profession: Software Sales Manager
Sunday, 14 September 2014
Location: Green Line at Copley
Imagined Profession: Executive Committee Member for Appalachian Mountain Club
Saturday, 13 September 2014
Friday, 12 September 2014
First, we've been asked to be interviewed for Delta's new magazine Flown. Flown is specifically for passengers who've flown Delta Air Lines and our HOTT Crew interview will be in their Flights of Fancy section. Look for us when you fly Delta Air Lines!
In one week we'll be pedaling our behinds off as we participate in the Harbor to the Bay fundraising bike ride. 125 miles in one day!
And then a week later our HOTT Crew has been invited to partake in a 6-day biking adventure in France with Duvine Adventures. What a busy September we have!
Location: Red Line at Central
Imagined Profession: Sales Manager
Thursday, 11 September 2014
It's a pleasure to find a man with refined taste not only in clothes, but also in the tailor who makes his clothes. Our hottie was carrying a bespoke ("custom made", commonly used by us in the Empire) suit from Maxwells Clothiers, renowned tailors from Hong Kong. And we adore the bow tie, curiously adorned with skull and crossbones, and a pocket square that matched his shirt.
Location: Red Line at Charles/MGH
Imagined Profession: VP of Marketing
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
Location: Green Line at Arlington
Imagined Profession: HR Coordinator
But wait, there's more!
Tuesday, 9 September 2014
What a sight to behold. A blur of motion as our three handsome gentleman arrive in the station. It's Double Tuesday plus a bonus! And a nice treat after discovering our HOTT Headquarters Residence in Cambridge had been trashed by the politicians below.
Location: Red Line at Kendall/MIT
Imagined Professions: Googlites
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7 lbs of useless political flyers dumped in our lobby, entryway and courtyard, and we're a rather small building! And Lesley Phillips team refused to pick up what they had just strewn!
There are many worthy candidates to vote for today. Candidates who are dedicated, hardworking, intelligent and bright. Candidates who aren't lazy, inconsiderate and just plain unprogressive (like the candidates below).
So instead of endorsing candidates, we'll help you narrow things down by suggesting who NOT to vote for... the candidates below!
And Lesley, Maura and Don, we've picked up the trash you dumped. Where can we send the bill?