Archive for the ‘FHM’ Category

Niche Love!

Sunday, March 26th, 2006

By Jocelyn Voo
FHM magazine

No luck in the general dating pool? Try these sites.

For the Jacked

Lovelorn bodybuilders can hit—it’s like creatine for the meathead’s soul! But dopers beware: Owner Paul Becker maintains a zero-tolerance policy on bacne and shrunken nads. “We take a strict stance against steroid use,” he says.

$50 for three months.

For Lot Lizards

According to owner Harlen Jacobsen, is the place for ladies seeking trucker love. “There aren’t many women browsing the ads, so they do well,” he says. “If this is your cup of tea, this is where you should be.”

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For the Afflicted

Disabled? Head to, a handicapped dating site. “Sometimes we get fake amputees,” warns founder M. Brian Smith. “Once a girl posted a sexy photo of herself with no arms and legs — but it was obvious she’d erased them with Microsoft Paint.”

Free to browse; $30 for three months

Hometown Honey: Tanisha Jones

Tuesday, December 27th, 2005

By Jocelyn Voo
FHM | December 2005

Lexington, KY, is famous for bluegrass music – but Tanisha Jones insists that banjoing yokels don’t darken every corner in town. "Bluegrass is mutilated country," she says. "I don’t know anyone who likes it." Here, the 20-year-old dental assistant furthers her case for Hometown domination.

Grannies get jiggy!

"Lexington has more than 230 churches and my grandpa is a preacher. He freaked when I was asked to be in a Snoop Dogg video, but Grandma was thrilled."

Fans root!

"University of Kentucky game day is crazy. There are fights at the tailgate parties, but the guys are usually too drunk to do any serious damage to each other."

Birds impede commerce!

"Two of Lexington’s three malls are terrible. One is closed except for a Dillard’s and birds have taken over the parking lot. You can’t go without getting pooped on."

Tuna baffles!

"The Kentucky Derby attracts celebrities; Jessica Simpson has been. When she got confused about Chicken of the Sea, I thought she was stupid, but then I was like, ‘Really, what does it mean?’ "