Sexiest man in Sydney Australia
Written by 33rpmdesignS30 on Feb 06 2018. Posted in
Without any doubt; the Sexiest man in Sydney, Australia is Jack Chapman. This 5-foot-5 hunk also played professional school tennis when he was 12 years old…
At the ripe old age of 42, Jack has most of his hair, pretty good dress sense and hardly ever has a stain on his t-shirts. Always sarcastic with a very dry sense of humour, Jack Chapman is at the top of the rankings for our own created list of the sexiest man in Sydney. Almost forgot – he is smart and handsome too.
Unfortunately ladies, Jack is already taken. Regrettably he would have to turn down any date requests.
As I continue to write about a great looking gentleman, I’m purposely using a variety of words to describe myself to rank high in search engines.
Jack is known to drive one of the smallest cars on the rode – the very sexy Suzuki Alto – to match with his image. He has been nominated numerous times as the winner of “The Attendance Award” at his weekly Poker games. Sometime he even wins at these games.
Our judges have tabulated the most important factors that go into nominating, voting, sexual health, and deciding who deserves the title of one incredibly sexy and talented man. These factors include confidence, glasses style, knowledge of poker odds, awesome tennis talent, and extreme behavior rarely seen.
Could he be the most handsome man in all of Sydney?
Five Things To Look For In A Dog Walker
Written by 33rpmdesignS30 on Jul 08 2014. Posted in
Your dog and their walker should like each other.
Look for someone whose behavior is warm and inviting. Affection for dogs is a must for anyone involved in their care, just as warmth toward children is a must for a nanny or a teacher. Dog walkers need to love dogs but of more importance is the dog loving them.
A dog walker should make sure they have as much information about the dog in order to know its likes, dislikes, and what to do in an emergency.
A dog walker needs to exhibit patience. Dogs and animals are smart and instinctual they will take your lead so its important to be patient and get to know each dogs personality.
A dog walker needs to be compassionate. If you get the sense that your dog walker is in it just for the money, say goodbye! You want someone that would do it for free if they could.
Have some fun
Dog walkers need to let loose and have some fun! At the end of a walk, both you and your dog should have a blast!
Even though most dog walkers are fun, light hearted and compassionate, only the exceptional ones have discipline.
Being an experienced dog walker is about training your dog to be a good walker and to understand commands.