Pictures: 88 | Added: 03-30-2009
Not many people these days know, I guess, what a stakhanovite might be.
In fact, the word comes from the name of Alexey Grigorievich Stakhanov.
But he's not, as you might be thinking,one of our beautiful Russian HMBoys.
In fact, Alexey Stakhanov was a coal miner in Russia and in the 1930s he became famous for his feats of hard work. In 1937 he set a new record by personally mining 227 tons of coal in a single shift - no less than 31 times his official target.
A stakhanovite is therefore someone who works really hard at his job.
And that's exactly what today's HMBoy Adrian happens to be (though, thankfully, he's a lot better looking than the original Comrade Stakhanov, as you can see if you check out the latter's Wikipedia entry.
From the minute he entered our photographer's studio (well, his back bedroom to tell you the truth...), Adrian kept his attention absolutely glued to the job in hand, so to speak.
While many other HMBoys, in search of fame and internet stardom, are all too prone to preen and primp themselves, that's definitely not the case with our boy Adrian.
In fact, if you look closely at his set of pictures - as I'm sure you will! - you'll note that he virtually never looks at the camera at all.
All he's interested in is what''s in his hand and in getting on with all the necessary rubbing and stroking and rolling and shaking and rubbing again.
And, just like us, he simply can't tear his eyes away from that generous slab of prime meat between his legs that takes up so much of his attention.
Fortunately, within very little time at all, all that effort pays off with a nice little explosion of hot white splooge all over his stomach.
And - unlike the real Comrade Stakhanov whose "achievements" have now been shown to have been faked in the interests of Soviet propaganda - our own little stakhanovite Adrian's production is, as you can see, 100% genuine.