Thursday, December 2, 2010

HORNY ORNERY ANTHROPOLOGIST


 


 


Whats sexier than a man with a French accent?  How about a man with a French accent who is also a mountain climbing anthropologist from the Alps recently frisked by TSA airport security at Dulles.  If that sounds like a wet dream to you (as it does me) than you'll love Fabian.  Currently in the US teaching French style anthropology to Americans, Fabian took advantage of the Thanksgiving holiday to travel the states.  As you can imagine, it didn't take long for this Gallic god to find the friendly end of a latex glove.


 
Just to give this post some extra nerd points, you should know that the discipline of anthropology is radically different in the US from Europe.  In the US, the discipline of anthropology includes cultural anthropology (think Margaret Mead and prepubescent Polynesian sex), physical anthropology (think evolution), applied anthropology (think do-gooder hippies and doctors), linguistics (think Noam Chomsky and Claude Lévi-Strauss, yeah, I know, he's French too), and everybody's favorite: archeology (think Ian Hodder-- haha, no think Indiana Jones).  In France and the rest of Europe the above disciplines, minus archeology, are loosely grouped with other social sciences.  Archeology skips science altogether and gets wedged in with history.  If you are wondering why I know so much about this (or have even bothered to continue reading this post) I got my BA in Anthropology. 

If you want to see more of Fabian check out his blog: LA BOÎTE À L'EGO.  Fair warning, my greedy eyes already grabbed almost everything.  I particularly love the portrait with mirror in pants (image above).  Fabian may just need to add "artist" to his list of talents.  I'm also fond of the following image.  It reminds me one of the greatest cinematic scenes of all time. . . 



. . . Isabelle Huppert in "La Pianiste"!  How French can you get!?


1 comment:

  1. You are on a roll with this post. First, hot guy. Second, Anthropology (which I loved but ended up ditching for Sociology and Film). And then La Pianiste. Win... win... and major win.

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