For Your Viewing Pleasure: “Bangable Dudes in History”
11:57 am, August 20th | by Colette McIntyre
If you ever wished that your history textbook included centerfolds, if you taped smokin’ hot daguerrotypes into your locker, if you once thought during a History Channel special on the Pullman strike that you wouldn’t mind pulling on Eugene Debs’ man, “Bangable Dudes in History” is for you.
A catalog of historic boners, “Bangable Dudes in History” combines your 10th grade history class with the notes you were passing to your friend during your 10th grade history class. And just in case lusting for composer Dmitri Shostakovich wasn’t geeky enough, “Bangable Dudes in History” provides crush analytics, parsing each heart-flutter and batted eye in a pie chart. Check out some of our favorite historical hunks below while we go sit a spell — all these dreamboats have us reeling with the vapours.
Historic Boner No. 21: Vivien Thomas, pioneer of cardiac surgery
Historic Boner No. 20: Buster Keaton, American slapstick actor/director/writer/producer
Historic Boner No. 18: Robert Cornelius, American chemist and pioneer in photography
Historic Boner No. 14: Nikola Tesla, inventor and engineer
For more bangable dudes — and dames! — in history, click here.