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Found: Hot dudes reading in trains
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Leave it to Grace to point me to this Instagram account—only two weeks old with nearly 205,000 followers—that posts pictures of hot men reading in trains.
More than actors or models who were born with great DNA, here are characteristics that would make a guy hotter to me:
1) Talent—be it in art, design, architecture, or music. Not your typical rockstar. mind you. I prefer “deep” musicians, like Ryuchi Sakamoto (L) and Charlie Siem, hehe.

Ryuichi Sakamoto Charlie Siem

2) Intelligence and kindness combined. A successful man who is humble and can talk about anything, isn’t a snob and doesn’t think he’s better than all of you.
3) Someone with a great sense of style, good hair, and still looks like a man.

I guess a cute guy reading on a train would present himself as an intense person you can converse with and has good taste in music. It also helps that in winter time, people generally look better because of the Fall/Winter attire of outerwear and dark colors.
You can imagine cuddling up to a bear in a thick jacket, opening the door when you come over, and saying, “Let me defrost you” while a cup of hot coffee/chocolate awaits.
Which begs the question: Bakit walang ganito sa Pinas???

Hot dudes reading in trains

Intense!!

Hot dudes reading in trains

The coat! The apostolic look!

Hot dudes reading in trains

The one you can’t wait to introduce to your family.

Hot dudes reading in trains

See the rest of them on http://instagram.com/hotdudesreading/.

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  • Ellie
  • anonymous

    Off-topic, Ms. C, kakabasa ko lang na me throat cancer si Ryuichi. Oh my!

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    oh!!!!

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  • T

    Kasi if you read on trains, later on wala na wallet mo 😛

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  • Joy Anasco

    NY post found the last guy, a.k.a Elijah Wood look-a-like. His name is Nicko Petrillo.
    http://nypost.com/2015/02/13/meet-one-of-instagrams-hot-dudes-reading/

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  • bree hatfield

    If the ride is uncomfortable due to cramping , squeezing, and environmental factors (noise, dust, etc), then how can it be conducive to comfortably read anything and understand what you’re reading? There’s nothing like that in the Philippines because public transportation is a nightmare and a “survival-test” experience.

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  • jackie velasco

    I am with you on this being the bookworm that I am. lol

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  • oh_fudge

    walang ganyan sa Pinas kasi:

    1. parang sardinas ang MRT at LRT; hindi ka makakakuha ng ganyang sneaky pics.
    2. hindi naman common sa Pinas ang reading as a leisurely/pleasurable activity, lalo na ang reading in public, at mas lalong hindi common ang poging nagbabasa in public. Sabi nga ni Jessica Zafra, pag nagbasa ka in public, you look self-sufficient and people don’t like that (or something to that effect). 🙂

    dami ko nang sinabi. sorry. lol

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  • teadrinker

    * drool * the kind of guys I like! Following the account na. Thanks, Ms C for this fantastic lead.

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