Every week, Philly gay gents share their local picks for Man Crush Monday. This week, Philly artist and all-around sexpot Jon A. Thon.
Jon A. Thon
I had a really difficult time coming up with a (short) list of Philadelphians for #MCM. Mostly because I appreciate a range of qualities, and I feel like I crush a little bit on everyone. Nonetheless, here are my local picks for Man Crush Monday.
This bartender is one of the biggest reasons I go to Tabu (aside from the tater tots). I never mind getting an eyeful of Keith while stuffing my face with some delicious carbs. (Are tater tots a carb?)
I love spending time with this guy; he’s probably the sweetest guy in Philadelphia. He’s what I imagine the boy-next-door and the all-American guy would be like if genetically spliced together.
I’m so jealous of his job and his amazing beard. He also kind of reminds me of Gerard Butler in his earlier movies, and both Andy and Gerard can get [it].
I have to admit that I’ve only met him once in real life … The rest of my stalking happens over Facebook. He’s really just a beautiful specimen of a man. I ogle Kyle much in the same way that I ogle a Disney prince.
I love the waves that Erik leaves behind him. He's truly inspiring, and by far one of the loudest (and most perfectly drawn) mouths in the city. I’m also super jealous that he can wear falsies to work.
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