And the beefcake carnival continues…
He’s a man who knows what he wants (and who), and he’s more than happy to tell you all about it on his blog, The Office Inbetweener, from which he has launched a campaign to conquer the hearts, minds, and other body parts of the world’s female population.
(Personally, I think he’s got a good shot at doing it, too.)
He is Seam Smithson. He is a man of few words (real men always are). He is an author. He is here for your reading pleasure. He is also a forward-thinker, and as such, he has limited the number of visual representations of his form that he releases to the masses. (You never know what the future holds, kids, so be mindful of what you put on the web.) Here is a glimpse, though…
By the way, the above pic was Sean’s official photo entry in the “Be The Hook’s Sidekick For A Day” contest. Here’s a glimpse of his book:
Buy it now HERE and your life will never be the same.
Here’s a quick sample of the mind behind the words…
Brutally honest and remarkably daring, How to Lose a Girl in 10 Ways is the account of Sean Smithson and the embarrassing situations he encountered in his quest to pick-up women over the years. An unassuming tax adviser in London’s financial district by day and an outrageous flirt by night, he amassed quite a few stories in his pursuit of the fairer sex during his 20s, and candidly confesses to 10 of his most epic fails; whether it was with colleagues, perfect strangers or even escorts.
This revealing account has a sincere tone that will certainly invite a varied readership, with stories that would sit comfortably in both men’s and women’s magazines, though perhaps for different reasons. The insight into the male psyche goes far beyond the problem pages with some very awkward situations. Men can empathize with the writer and ‘may’ even have found themselves in similar situations, whereas women are always intrigued by the inner workings of the male species. But regardless of what side of the fence you sit on, the author’s self-deprecating and humorous tone should ensure that you walk away laughing. It could be at him or with him – but that’s something the reader should decide.
Sean Smithson’s content and writing style have drawn initial comparisons to Neil Strauss and Tucker Max, but rather than celebrate his womanizing ways, he acknowledges the flaws in his character and seeks to entertain readers by poking fun at them. Married, divorced, single or in a relationship, this book will be enjoyed by anyone intrigued by the inner workings of a player.
As for the blog that started it all, here are a few samples for your amusement.
And now, on with today’s presentation.
1) The vast majority of our collective readership is female so let’s concentrate on the ladies, shall we? In your experienced opinion, what’s the best thing about the female of the species, Sean?
They’re not the male.
(Told you he’s a man of few words.)
2) What is a perfect day for Sean Smithson?
Any day with a lot of laughter. But if I got lucky at the end of it, that would make it extra special.
On second thoughts, waking up on the couch with one hand down my pants and the other in a bucket of KFC would be equally satisfying.
Or if you’re Obama, you can have it all
3) Do you wear licensed t-shirts (superheroes, rock stars), buddy?
Very occasionally. I usually prefer to walk around topless. (Hook told me to say this!)
How I imagine I look to
the outside world when I take a selfie
4) Your favorite flavor of milkshakes is…
The one that brings all the boys to the yard.
5) If you could go on a date with any female (living/dead or real/fictional), who would you choose?
Man, that fictional option has really thrown a spanner in the works… I was originally going to say Elizabeth Banks as she is the perfect combination of cute, hot, smart, kind, funny and sexy.
Though I also have soft spots for
- Zoe Saldana.
- Alana de la Garza, Chris Hemsworth’s wife.
- My French teacher from primary/elementary school.
- A former colleague who I’ve now found out is single.
- This Canadian girl who I met whilst traveling through East Africa – I didn’t have the balls to speak to her until our last night by which point it was too late as another guy (who wasn’t a complete pussy) ended up hooking up with her.
- La La.
- A girl who smiled at me on the tube on Monday.
But I’d happily trade any of them for a chance to motorboat Jessica Rabbit!
“Hey Hook, is it me or does Jessica Rabbit look kind of like Aussa?”
(I’m not touching that one, Sean. Aussa has a mean left me.)
On that gravity-defying note, kids, I’m going to wrap things up by thanking Sean Smithson for being so cool and generous with his answers and time. He may be a world-class horndog, but he’s also a righteous dude and an honorable man.
See you in the lobby, folks…