Hunks and their sacks

It starts with a Vanity Fair interview with actor Jaleel White:

[interviewer:] In later seasons [of the tv show Family Matters] you were getting quite tall.

[JW:] I was getting network notes on the bulge of my sack! I wore my pants so freaking tight and it was like, after awhile, we got a problem there. So, literally, the last season we loosened up his [his character Urkel’s] pants.

So that’s sack as yet another alternative to euphemistic deal, package, junk, unit, stuff, family jewels, tenders, equipment, and goods (see here, with links to earlier postings).

The link came from Arne Adolfsen, who also offered a photo of a hunk with a moose-knucklish sack: the French actor Alain Delon. Meanwhile, hunky tv actor Victor Webster showed up in an episode of Criminal Minds (playing a charming villain).

The Delon photo is on a Dutch postcard by ‘t Sticht, Utrecht:


The caption:

In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s Alain Delon (1935) was the breathtakingly good-looking James Dean of the French cinema. The “male Brigitte Bardot” soon proved to be a magnificent actor in masterpieces by Luchino Visconti and Michelangelo Antonioni. In the late sixties Delon came to epitomise the calm, psychopathic hoodlum in the ‘policiers’ of Jean-Pierre Melville, staring into the camera like a cat assessing a mouse.

As for Victor Webster:

Victor Webster (born February 7, 1973) is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his roles as Brennan Mulwray in Mutant X and “Coop” on Charmed.

Webster is, indeed, tall (6′ 3″), dark, and handsome, and he shows off his body with pleasure. His Coop (standing for Cupid) character has a charming demeanor and smile, but in his publicity photos he projects a brooding persona. Three photos, the first focused on his sack, the second on his middle body, the third on his upper body:




Sexy fellow.

5 Responses to “Hunks and their sacks”

  1. Stavin Chain Says:

    I’d hit that.;-)

  2. Another hunk and his sack « Arnold Zwicky's Blog Says:

    […] on Alain Delon and Victor Webster, I move to hunky Adrian Paul: Adrian Paul Hewett (born 29 May 1959), better known as Adrian Paul, […]

  3. Karen King Says:

    Re Alain Delon, in the book, “The Man who Made Rock Hudson”, Hudson knew Delon and was not impressed with the sack. I’m just saying………

  4. More Alain Delon « Arnold Zwicky's Blog Says:

    […] follow-up to “Hunks and their sacks” from 12/19/11, which featured Alain Delon and Victor Webster (separately, not together). Now we get a shot of […]

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