Written on: 11/10/2005 by lowcie04
FHM allows you to create images within your own mind (read more)
Written on: 30/06/2006 by Useless (1 review written)
FHM, a magazine as thick as a phonebook, with maybe four pages of read-worthy articles. Far, far, far too many adverts - it's the Talk Sport of men's mags (though it's hardly alone).
The magazine also falls back too often on the whole lame High Street Honeys thing, where they can get away with doing a photo shoot of some aspiring page 3 model instead of one with a famous celebrity, just so they can save money on thr models and still charge the usual price for the mag.
When I buy a magazine... (read more)
Written on: 08/11/2005 by BABES R US
The FHM men's magazine has some really hot girls, but it is made to look like a thick magazine full of girls when it's only half the size if you don't include the adverts. (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2004 by handypiecannon (8 reviews written)
You pay £3:20 a month. for an FHM. you look at it and think, "hey, its a huge magazine, that will keep me going for a while". Then you open it. After flicking through the first 5 pages of adverts, you get to the glossary. Then more adverts. Then some pics. Then more adverts. Then maybe an interview.... Then (yep, you guessed it!) more adverts! ADVERTS!!! Almost half the mag is adverts its so annoying! You feel like you've been ripped off! The actual contents are pretty similar to those in... (read more)
Written on: 29/01/2004 by Roger L (27 reviews written)
FHM or 'For Him Magazine' is a top read. It's probably the most high profile men's mag and consequently gets interviews with top sportsmen, film stars, musicians and of course rather sexy ladies not wearing a lot. The High Street Honeys feature has put it at the top of the magazine tree as they search for the sexiest girl 'next door'.
It sometimes lacks the humour of it's competitor and is not as pornographic as the likes of Front, but I guess it depends what you want as to wether that is... (read more)