Haven't blogged in a while. Just been busy enjoying my life + stuff. Saw the new Godzilla movie (twice), LOVED it! This Memorial Day weekend I'm kicking it off with an undwrwear party, then big BBQ with my family. Have fun y'all!!!
Friday, April 18, 2014
Haven't done a random set of pics in a while. Here's 8 on the 18th day (because I couldn't come up with 18 pics spontaneously).
1. The moon behind clouds one morning before heading to work.
2. When I went to the beach recently this stand caught my attention. This sounds like an upset stomach waiting to happen.
3. A hot pair of dudes on the beach, with added UFO artwork. ;)
4. Pic from the last Bearracuda underwear party I attended.
5. Godzilla vinyl sticker I found. Looking forward to the new movie.
6. Went to see the band Empire Of The Sun. This was a cool sugar skull prop during one of the songs.
7. My lunch = chicken avocado salad.
8. At a coffee shop some dude was leaning forward, showing off his ass crack. He's wearing Hanes undies.
Monday, March 24, 2014
So I guess the highlight of my weekend was that I finally got to experience something I've wanted to try. I took 2 dicks up my bum. Does that make me a bigger slut now? While I'm tempted to think that's pretty impressive, the fact that some men can take entire fists up their behind I guess it's not that big a deal. Either way I can scratch that one off my bucket list. Haha! Other things I did this weekend were:
I watched Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac part 1. It was well made, good acting (especially Uma Thurman in a small but fantastic role was a jilted wife), thought provoking, unbiased, non clichéd, and I'm looking forward to the 2nd installment.
I also had realized that I've gotten used to eating healthier food since I had some fast food and it upset my stomach.
And on a final note, while I like shopping at American Apparel the very bright lights in their dressing room are a little too bright. Being able to see every flaw, wrinkle, etc is probably not something you want your customers to see when shopping for your clothes.
Monday, March 3, 2014
This morning I had a doc appt (standard check-up) and the medical scale let me know that my scale at home is accurate. I currently weigh 165lbs. The gym and calorie counting is clearly helping. ;)
The other "big" thing I guess is that on Saturday I took one of the biggest dicks I've seen. I was kinda intimidated, not sure if I'd be able to take it but I did. The dude wants more, so I'll be hitting him up again. ;)
Sunday, February 16, 2014
It had been a while since I'd gone out, so it was nice to get out last night to a Bearracuda underwear party. The DJ's were spinning really awesome music, kept me in the dance floor most of the night. Got friendly with a few. ;) It was some much needed FUN!
Friday, February 14, 2014
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Sunday, February 2, 2014
Anyone who deals with guys long enough will (hopefully) learn to decipher the true meaning of what is being said. It's really a useful skill to learn. There are certain phrases that the experienced will know exactly what it means, what it doesn't mean, etc. Here's some examples:
"I might be free later" = This means the guy probably WON'T be free later and you'll waste your time waiting around for a meeting that won't happen.
"Let's meet up sometime" = You'll probably never hear from this guy again. And don't even bother contacting him because you'll just get some excuse about how busy he is, etc.
"I'll call/contact you later this week" = Don't plan on getting that call/text/e-mail. Unless he gives you specific date and time you'll find yourself sitting around waiting... and waiting....
Now if you're the type of guy who uses lines like the ones listed above then you should be aware that this may be the reason why you find yourself often home alone, bored, with no plans or no one available to do stuff with. Words like MAYBE, MIGHT, LATER don't instill a lot of confidence that there will be follow through. If you're serious about callling someone later, meeting up with them later, etc, then you most likely should NOT use the above words because when you do call that guy in the middle of the week to ask if he's free on the weekend he's probably already made plans with someone else who bothered to follow through with a more solid plan. That's how I am. I will NOT block off any chunk of time for a might or a maybe. If person A tells me "maybe we can hang out this weekend?" and person B tells me "let's do dinner and a movie this Saturday night, i'll pick you up" then person B will get my RSVP. If you're not sure that you can follow through on suggested plans then you should NOT bother making the suggestion in the first place.
That's my story and i'm stickin' to it... you can now go back to your regularly scheduled program. ;-)
Saturday, February 1, 2014
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
I've always found gay geeks to be particularly hot. The sci-fi fan with glasses and slightly punkish touches (like tattoos or piercings) has always gotten my motor running. Some of the best sex I've had has been with some sci-fi geeks. I stumbled across this photo and it reminded me of some of these hot geeks I've been with.
Friday, January 24, 2014
The last 3 movies i've watched were Blue Jasmine, Underneath and You're Next. Blue Jasmine was classic Woody Allen, filled with humor, great acting (Cate Blanchett nailed the delusional neurotic to a T! Love her!!!!) and Woody' usual nihilistic viewpoint of love as a trainwreck just waiting to derail. I've always liked that honesty about his films. The other 2 were horror flicks. Underneath was a low budget bore about an annoying couple who get trapped in an underground cavern and are stalked by humanoid things. Both of their deaths couldn't have come fast enough. You're Next, on the other hand, was a very fun film about a wealthy family get together that suddenly gets crashed by a group of animal mask wearing killers. One of the family guests turns out to be quite a kick ass who turns the tables on the killers and ruins their plan.
This week has found a spike in my man on man action. A few days ago I finally met up with some guy who's been trying to get together with me. He was a lot of fun, furry, tasty, friendly and nice. Wouldn't mind meeting up with him again. Then yesterday I had some dude over that I was chatting with on some meet up website I won't name (hehe), and he was fun too, though he moaned loud enough that most of my neighbors probably heard it and know that someone had a good time. An old friend of mine also invited me to a play party as his pad on Sunday, so that should be fun. Been to quite a few of his gatherings, there's always naked fun to be had at them.
As for the rest of my weekend, I plan to relax and take it easy. Maybe do some painting. Some cooking.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
We're all human, therefore, we all have annoyances. These are some of mine.
1. When fast food isn't fast. When you go to a fast food drive-thru window and they ask you to park and wait for your food. The whole point of going through a fast food drive-thru window is to get the food fast, no??? If I wanted to wait 10 minutes then i'd just as soon prepare a meal at home or go to a sit down restaurant. The good thing about this is that I hardly eat at fast food restaurants, but occassionally I have experienced the park and wait thing.
2. New parents who expect the world to suddenly become kid-friendly. You made the choice to have kids, now shut up and take the consequences. I have nothing against parents or kids (some of my good friends have kids), but just because you chose to have kids doesn't mean the entire planet has to suddenly stop and readjust itself to fit your needs. Expecting your favorite cocktail lounge to suddenly become kid-friendly because you now have one isn't gonna happen, so take your entitled ass somewhere else.
3. Long-winded people. If you have something to say, get to the damn point please! Just because you feel the need to process every possible angle out of a simple yes or no question doesn't mean that the person asking it has 20 minutes to hear you babble about your theories.
4. Fashion police who bitch about how others dress. Everyone has different taste, therefore everyone will dress differently. There's certain clothing items/accessories/styles that I may find hideous, but guess what? I deal with it by not buying it or wearing it. There has to be more important things to concern yourself with besides how someone else dresses.
5. Poz-phobic guys who engage in bareback sex. You're willing to have random unprotected sex with a complete stranger you just met in a bar/online hook up site/etc, but explain to me how you think that's going to keep you negative? I understand that no one wants to catch any bugs, but how in the hell do you thing the poz guys caught what they have? By doing EXACTLY what you're doing. Unless you have one of those rapid tester kits with you every time you have sex you don't know what anyone has, regardless of what they say. Here's a radical idea = how about educating yourself first before bending over for some cute stranger you just met 10 minutes ago...
6. People who post their drama on public forums and get mad when they don't get positive feedback. So you just cheated on your boyfriend with his best friend and you get upset when people on Twitter, FB, etc, tell you that you asked for it? If you put your personal stuff out there for all the world to see, then you can bet that someone is going to tell you the truth, whether you want to hear it or not. So keep your personal stuff to yourself if you can't handle it.
7. Chronic tardiness. This really gets on my nerves. To the point where i'll automatically decline invites from certain people because i'm not in the mood to deal with their inability to make anything on time. I understand that sometimes shit happens and it causes one to be late, but to consistently show up 1½ to 2 hours late every damn time is annoying and just plain rude.
8. Weight loss miracles. There are NO weight loss miracles. No magic pills that will automatically transform you into a 6-pack stud or Barbie doll. Stop watching that quack Dr. Oz and stop shelling out $$ for his magic diet pills, because if there were an actual diet pill that worked, no one would be overweight. Diet and exercise are the ONLY things that will work, so join a gym, buy a bicycle, treadmill, cook more at home, etc.
9. Pretentious people who miss an opportunity to gain humility. You may think you're cute as hell, but not everyone will, so just because that guy in the bar rejected you doesn't mean you have to bitch about how he's ugly, old, and you didn't really want him anyway. Accept that you ain't everyone's cup of tea and move on, and remember this the next time you're approached by someone you're not interested in.
10. When you invite someone out and they want to change the plan. It's not a discussion. If I was open to doing different things I would say "let's hang out, i'm open to whatever". If i'm in your town at a certain club or event and ask if you wanna come down and meet me, then no, I don't want to suddenly abandon my plans to go do something different that you want to do. If my invite doesn't sound appealing then a simple no thanks isn't that hard.
11. Those who bitch about being single, then complain about/fight with their partner when they're attached. Remember when you were single and all you did was whine about how you couldn't meet a decent person? Well please remember that the next time you feel the need to complain about your new partner or have a stupid fight in front of all your friends. There are decent people out there, maybe if you stopped treating them like shit they'd actually stick around.
Thursday, January 2, 2014
I did not make a New Year's resolution this year. And as I walked into my gym this afternoon I was relieved to see that it was not overcrowded like I had expected it to be, overflowing with a bunch of New Year Resolutionists who've resolved to lose weight, get fit, and will all fail miserably by the first week of February.
I was kinda dreading walking in, but I guess people either decided to try something more realistic for their resolution, or they didn't bother making one at all. I usually try to improve myself all year round anyway. Everyone should strive to do that, not just one time of year, just like i've always felt that if you're going to be kind to others then you should do that all year round, not just around the holidays.
Now that the holidays are over, the people who spent them over eating, over spending, over drinking, over doing whatever it was they were doing are suddenly faced with no more excuse for their behavior, so they try to justify it with silly resolutions that are not realistic. Instead of resolving to do something that you know you won't achieve, try something more realistic or fun instead. Resolve to go out more and have fun. Resolve to spend more time with friends. Resolve to cook more at home. Resolve to throw a fun party by the end of the year. Resolve to eat dark chocolate (healthier) instead of milk chocolate. Resolve to not spend so much time with people you don't like. As for me, the only thing I can think of to resolve to do is maybe not lust after the hot guys at my gym, or sneak peeks at their hot asses in the shower, or fantasize about being gang raped in the locker room. But c'mon now, those are things that make the gym so much more fun. ;-)