Ethan The Shirtless Jogger Clearly Wants Attention, & I'm Not Above Giving It To Him — VIDEO
It has been incredibly (and unusually) warm for the month of December this year, which is a good thing or a bad thing depending on who you ask. Obvious climate change and global warming issues aside, the warm weather is at least giving the single women of Chicago something to be excited about: Colorado resident Ethan Renoe is the attention-seeking gift that keeps on giving this holiday season and I, for one, am not complaining. While reporting on the "heat wave" the majority of the U.S. has been experiencing this month, a reporter from Chicago's WGN-TV stopped the shirtless, shorts-wearing runner to ask him where his shirt is. (Which is a question we don't need an answer to. Who cares where the shirt is? It isn't on Joe Manganiello Jr. over here, and that's all we care about.)
Not more than a few seconds into his impromptu interview, Ethan tells the camera that he is single and signals for all the available women to "give him a call." Is he obviously looking to be the center of attention? Sure. Do we really care? Not at all. After all, it's the time of the year to spread joy and Ethan is doing his part and I'm not the kind of monster that would try to stop him.
Oh, Hello Shirtless Man In The Rain
The camera pans out to reveal the chiseled Greek god and clearly this camera man or woman knows what they're doing.
There's No Time For Silly Questions
We don't care, curious reporter who is clearly taking his job a little to seriously. WE DO NOT CARE.
Every Day Is A Great Day For A Shirtless Run When You Look Like That
Oh, we know.
Can It Just Rain Every Day?
$20 says that's somewhere in his online dating profile. Double or nothing says it's the first thing he lists in the "favorite activities" section.
"Gimme A Shout"
And there you have it, ladies (or gentlemen? I don't know his life). Ethan is probably waiting by his phone, wet and shirtless, eager to hear from you.
Best Interview Ever?
Is it too late to add this to the end-of-2015 list for best on-camera moment?