L.A. Plumbers Bare More Than Crack In Scandalous Wall Calendar -- But Who's Drooling
Self-proclaimed "family business" LR Services Plumbing -- an L.A. crew that prides itself on "giving back to the community" -- is apparently also interested in giving back to the city's healthy population of desperate housewives.
President Leonard Redway (but of course, plumbers with presidents) put together the company's first wall calendar in 1997 after noticing customers always mentioned how ridiculously good-looking he was for his profession.
Bow chicka wow wowww...
The media, of course, including yours truly, is all over the 2011 edition. Monica Garske of AOL News spent upward of 1,000 words lusting after the studly team of chiseled Black handymen -- and so capable! -- when the soft-porn tradition went on sale last week.
Watch her swoon:
"The Plumbers" calendar is available now, but the boys aren't done giving their all.
This year, partial proceeds from sales of the titillating calendar will benefit the company's longtime client, the Jenesse Center for Domestic Violence, because the men of LR Services are deeply committed to giving back to their community through philanthropy.
Sexy and generous? They really are every woman's dream come true.
In waking non-calendar life, Redway told Fox that he dresses his guys in "nice, tight-fitting uniforms with clean lines." Indeed, Los Angeles yelper and satisfied customer Michelle G. found them to be just as charming in person.
Watch her swoon:
OMG!!!! These guys were soooooo hot!!! Not to mention they were on-time courteous and professional. My sewer was clogged, and after getting several ridiculously high estimates from other local plumbers, LRS gave me a very reasonable estimate. LRS plumbers came to my house the same day and fixed my sewer!!!!
Here's their website. It doesn't really work, though, so if you can't wait -- we know we can't! Wink wink wink -- try dusting off your touch-tone and dialing (888) 938-1270, ext. 105.
Just don't do anything embarrassing in the toilet first.
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