Photos from Creative Loafing's Lust List Awards Party

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click to enlarge Most Breathtaking Tats winner David L. Hensley, Most Likely to Eat Your Heart Out winner Liz Flynn and Derek Grimsley. - drunkcameraguy
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Most Breathtaking Tats winner David L. Hensley, Most Likely to Eat Your Heart Out winner Liz Flynn and Derek Grimsley.

We'd seen them on Facebook, we'd photographed them ourselves, but there was nothing quite like seeing a roomful of them in person — the dazzling denizens of this year's Lust List.

CL threw a party for the honorees on Valentine's Eve at The Castle in Ybor City. Based on the nominees' descriptions and photos on Facebook, winners were announced in such coveted categories as Most Popular Posterior (Chris Pack), Hottest Future CEO (Adella Pasos), and Most Likely to Eat Your Heart Out (Liz Flynn).

The two top vote-getters in the Readers' Pick category (Madai Nunez and Ken Spivey) also received goody bags that included such Valentine's-ready prizes as a weekend at the Don Vicente. Everyone at the party noshed on William Dean Chocolates and Hamburger Mary's sandwiches while meeting, greeting and, of course, gawking. Here are some of the folks we gawked at.

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