Our American counterparts recently released a list of their most…interesting covers. Here are 10 of the goofiest covers in Men’s Health history. Hey, they thought they looked awesome at the time.

1986

You’re not a cool dad until you and your infant son both appear ass-naked on the cover of a national magazine.

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FEBRUARY 1987

How women lie to men: by telling them their perms look good.

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APRIL 1990

Because nothing sells “The Art of Sex” like a guy with chest hair and a blue tank top.

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 AUGUST 1992

More chest hair, but at least we ditched the tank this time.

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 DECEMBER 2005

Look, don’t act like you didn’t think Adrien Brody was going to be a thing.

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 JUNE 1991

One on hand, there’s like a 27 percent chance this is James Van Der Beek. On the other hand, he would’ve been 14 at the time—and why would we put James Van Der Beek on our cover?

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2007

For Andy Samberg’s next trick, he’ll make this cover disappear.

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 SEPTEMBER 1998

Just in case you forgot where your abs are.

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DECEMBER 1992

Back in ’92, the only way to ENERGIZE! was to layer T-shirts and tuck them into tight shorts.

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 SEPTEMBER 1999

Wait . . . make what big in bed, exactly?

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