"How dare you say that my behavior's unacceptable? So condescending unnecessarily critical. I have a tendency of getting very physical. So watch your step cause if I do you'll need a miracle..."
I could totally keep going, but why bother? You get the point. In any event, I'm going to see my future husband (ok, only in my mind) in concert next week for the third time. I've been stalking the tickets for months and finally took the plunge as a birthday treat to myself.
Time to move on from the small talk and discuss that picture. The baby hellraiser in me loves it! Tattoos, bike, boots and an aptly placed helmet. What is there not to love? I am not offended by his lack of clothing. His body, his rules. It's actually quite refreshing to see men secure enough to show off their goods and not just the reverse.
Just curious, does that make me a frog???
***Addendum*** A naked picture of a gentleman almost identical to Adam Levine surfaced on the web. Many believed it was him (including myself) but it was actually model Rafael Lazzini. I, however, still stand by the fact that Adam Levine is a sexy man. He deserves his spot as People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive for 2013.
As stated above, I have seen M5 in concert three times. The first concert I attended was in 2010. A couple of overzealous security guards began roughing up a young woman who attempted to get up on stage. Adam stopped in the middle of his set to chastise the security guards. I was immediately impressed by the fact that he stood up for one of his fans. He could have been a jerk about it, but he showed genuine care and concern. Now, others can have a totally different impression of him. I, for one, will always remember that brief moment in Canandaigua, New York. His talent and humility exude sexiness. So yeah...I get it. #teamadam