Playboy Magazine, October 2014

Aug. 12, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, October 2014

The October 2014 issue of Playboy brings readers on an adventure through the worlds of technology, exploration, culture, and art.

In the heart of the tech world, Will Butler immerses himself in a nine-week course that promises top jobs and salaries in Silicon Valley, exploring the highly competitive battleground for tech talent.

Adventure seeker Scott Yorko takes readers on a thrilling journey in "Across India on Three Wheels," recounting the greatest half-baked, death-defying, drunken rickshaw race ever witnessed on the subcontinent.

Societal norms are examined in Christopher Tenant's piece "Sprechen Sie Douche?" where he diagnoses the rise of modern douchebags in all their unsubtle manifestations.

For those curious about the wild side of college life, Playboy's Top Party Schools of 2014 showcases the most outrageous campuses in the nation, guaranteed to challenge both your liver and GPA.

Literary enthusiasts will be entranced by the College Fiction Contest winner Nolan Turner's "Something Ancient Welling Up," where Greek mythology intersects with Middle America.

On the cinematic front, Stephen Rebello uncovers the mind of David Fincher, one of America's strangest, darkest, and best film directors. Meanwhile, Rob Corddry's portrayal of loveable creeps is dissected in an intriguing interview by Eric Spitznagel.

Visually stunning pictorials include a previously unpublished 1984 shoot that recasts the bicycle in a seductive light, Miss October Roxanna June's sultry swim, and a celebration of the Girls of the ACC, offering 18 bubbly reasons to cheer.

The October 2014 issue of Playboy is an eclectic blend of daring exploration, cultural insight, artistic expression, and provocative imagery, sure to tantalize both the adventurous and discerning reader.

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