Sunday, March 17, 2013

Sexy Irish Farmers

With the economic problems facing Europe and the USA, many would be surprised to learn that many thousands of Irish have moved to Canada in recent years to fill severe labour shortages in the skilled trades, particularly in the western provinces.  This number is expected to grow as Canadian companies continue to aggressively recruit Irish tradesman. 

In a recent radio interview, some of  the Irish newcomers weren't happy with the portrayal of Irish in typical Canadian St. Patrick's Day celebrations:  wearing green and getting disgustingly drunk is not reflective of true Irish culture.  One interviewee compared it to celebrating Black History Month by going around in blackface makeup.

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day in a more authentic way and with an eye to the gayness of this blog, here are some pictures of some actual Irish farmers from a charity calendar.   Aside from being hunky and handsome men, these guys look like they'd be a lot of fun in bed as well as out of it.  I just love the look of a man with natural muscles and body hair.

8 comments:

  1. ummmmmmmmmmmmmm, I'll take the guy with the carrots and the guy with the little piggy on the leash!

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    1. You have such great taste in men, sweetie!

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  2. I want the one on the Catepillar and the two on the tandem bike, please!

    Peace <3
    Jay

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  3. oh those lovely accents; I just melt !

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  4. Great farming choice there. Sweet sexy morning words spoken in a soft Irish accent always sound so much better!

    Have a great week.

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  5. All of them so damn hot: natural and a hairy.....grrrrrrrrr!!!
    We share the same taste of men Buddy Bear!
    Have a wonderful hot week
    Marcel

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  6. Where were all these hot Irishmen when I was in Ireland??? There are a lot of the Irish moving to Australia too.

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  7. As someone who lived in Boston from 1962 to 2007, I saw various waves of Irish immigration -- and one great wave of Irish departure -- depending on the home country's economic situation. This, of course, was on top of the massive Irish population in Boston from the "old days." A lot of Boston's culture is still Irish although much less Catholic than it used to be.

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