Oh dear, here we go. Well, I'm 51 and "hunk" to me suggests some impenetrable lump of building material (or food, as in "gimme a hunk of that bread.") Really attractive men, IMO, are a little more "porous," (no, not leaky) and can absorb (appreciate) a greater range of people and experiences. In other words, hunks seem awfully one-dimensional to me. A nice body isn't the only turn-on in the world. And in my world, it's pretty far down the list. Jacques--and men like him (like my husband :) )--are attractive because they are curious, kind, intelligent, and more sensual than any three young hunks!
Now, before you all get on your high horses, let me add that young chefs MUST be the exception. Their passion for food shifts their focus from their abs to their fingers, noses and taste-buds. So they already have an advantage over the guys who'd rather look in the mirror than in the face of someone who swoons over their lasagna. ;)
"If you are not killing plants, you are not really stretching yourself as a gardener." -- J. C. Raulston, American Horticulturist