Prince Gomolvilas

Licking James Bond

Filed By Prince Gomolvilas | June 05, 2009 10:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Daniel Craig, James Bond

When I saw hunky Daniel Craig emerge from the ocean wet and sexy in the 2006 James Bond reboot, Casino Royale, I thought to myself, "I wish I could lick that." Well, I guess I should've been more specific because my wish came true but not in a way I would've ever imagined.

Craig's shirtless torso is the star of a limited-edition popsicle meant to celebrate National Ice Cream Week in the U.K. Americans like me, however, are out of luck (probably because slobbering your tongue over a naked male chest - albeit frozen and inanimate - is surely illegal in at least a few U.S. states). When I wished that "I could lick that," it came true. I could lick it - if I were in the U.K. Ah, the curse of not being more specific!

Craig was selected because of "a poll asking 1,000 British women who is 'Britain's Coolest Smoothie.' Craig beat out Tom Jones, Jude Law, and Hugh Grant."

Which brings me to this logical question: Who is America's Coolest Smoothie? If Zac Efron doesn't make the list, then I will cut you. With a popsicle stick.


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A. J. Lopp | June 5, 2009 3:50 PM

With all the other ways he's thought of to make money, I'm surprised that P. Diddy hasn't marketed popsicles of his derriere --- chocolate, of course.

Prince, you forgot to tell us what flavors Daniel comes in ... so to speak.

Hmm. The original article didn't specify flavors. Is "Hot" a flavor?