MUST WATCH: Risque and slightly ridiculous boudoir photos birthday gift wife will never forget
When you think of a boudoir model, a rather hairy man in his tighty whities gazing out the window — then turning to the camera with a deep penetrating look — isn’t exactly what comes to mind.
“I was just hoping I would make my wife laugh,” jokes Greater Victoria’s Brendon Williams.
Williams says he just wanted to get his wife a birthday present she’d never forget.
Asked if jewelry came to mind instead, the Langford man had this to say:
“No, this was cheaper! So I decided to pulled the trigger.”
Williams pulled the trigger, and pulled out all the stops, lazily stretching out on the bed and striking a cat-like pose on the couch before sudsing up in the tub for some even more risque and slightly ridiculous photos.
“It was bound to happen eventually!” laughs wife Amanda Williams.
She says she isn’t surprised her husband would bare all and she says putting the family jewels on display is better than jewelry any day.
“I love it, he’s so handsome and I’m just so glad I have it and I’m going to treasure it forever,” Amanda says.
The photos were taken by Masika May Photography in Duncan, who did the couples engagement and wedding photos and which, as you may expect, made for a rather awkward photo shoot.
“I pretty much asked if she’d take pictures of me without my closed on and we brainstormed some ideas about what we should do and what would be funny,” Williams says.
Masika says she was laughing so hard as Brendon ‘killed each pose’ that she actually had to hold her breath to stop the camera from shaking.
They pictures were so funny, they just had to be shared and within hours of being posted on Facebook, they went viral — with thousands of comments and tens of thousands of shares.
“It just caught on like wildfire and a lot of people have seen it and said some funny things,” laughs Williams.
As for sharing her hunk of burning love with the world?
“It’s awesome!” Amanda says. “I did not see that coming at all — I knew he’d get a little bit of attention but I did not think world-wide.”