We knew the U.S. Senator back when he was "just" a nude centerfold. Now that he's headed to Washington we're calling in some favors.
The Republican politician shocked the nation yesterday by winning a special election for the U.S. Senate seat of the late uber-liberal Ted Kennedy. We're not sure if he actually used the campaign slogans we wrote, but his Cosmo centerfold has made the media rounds- from major newspapers to The Daily Show.
Sen. Brown, or as we like to call him, Scott Six-Pack, won "Cosmo's 1st Male Centerfold Contest" and appeared nude in the June 1982 issue. In those days he was a 22-year-old law student at Boston College and even admitted to being "a bit of a patriot." Click here for a bigger pic of Scott's photo spread in Cosmo.
Since we, um, thrust him into the spotlight back in the 1980s, we think it's only fair that the former bachelor does a few favors for us during his term. Of course, he's not the only bachelor that found fame.
His to- do list is probably pretty ----- , oops, we mean long, but what are ten tiny requests among friends? Hottie Scotty, we hope you're taking notes:
1. Senators don't usually have Inaugural Balls, but since you've definitely got a pair, turn the Senate floor into a dance party on your first day in office.
2. Once you find suitable boyfriends for your gorgeous daughters, start auctioning off hot Washington male staffers to single women.
4. Once a year, use the National Mall for touch football games in which all of America's soldiers can participate… as long as the dudes are shirtless.
5. Go across party lines and work with Michelle Obama to create the ultimate work-out video- "Washington Abs and Arms of Steel."
7. Women are still underrepresented on the Supreme Court. Fix that.
8. Go to spring training for the Red Sox- and get in the spirit by wearing some tight white baseball pants (when there are plenty of paparazzi around.)
9. Since "Cash for Clunkers" was a huge success, draft a bill that will allow us to get a refund on all the money we spent on ex-boyfriends.
10. No matter what happens to the health care reform bill, make sure safe and affordable contraception is available for all Americans.
What would you like to see Scott Brown do in the Senate?
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