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Merry Christinamas: Hot Chicks with Things That Dudes Like

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This week, the world of "guhhhh" was rocked with a set of pictures featuring noted scotch fan and Mother of All That Is Holy, faux-redhead Christina Hendricks posing, bustily -- it's a word now -- with a bottle of Johnnie Walker in a delightful Christmas scene.

Men (and women) who are fans of booze, voluptuous women and red hair went into prehistoric salivating mode, while everyone else rolled their eyes, licked their thumbs and index fingers and turned the pop culture page. Oh look! Snooki is skinny now!

Ever since I read this piece on Hendricks for Esquire in May 2010, in which she celebrates men ordering real drinks at bars and not a bottle of Bud Light, I have felt comfortable bypassing ice houses for places that sell the hard stuff.

The images of Hendricks, which are now all saved lovingly on every computer I own and will be printed into a full-size format for myself for Christmas morning, got me to thinking of instances where beautiful women have posed with other things that dudes like, food items, guns and sports crap.

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