Saturday, December 24, 2011


From our family to you and your's, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Miss Truvy and The Tramp
Whenever I try to take their picture, they act as if they're being punished.

Our friend and Tramp's look-a-like Bandit

Soooo cute

Me too 

Visit our other doggie-friends: 
and join in all the doggy fun.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

I WANT HIS BODY my arms, in my dreams and as my own.
His is my ideal body in tone, proportion and hair.

He was found on Adam4Adam.


This was so good I had to "imitate" Todd X at Iced Tea and Sarcasm. And Peter, it's by an Amsterdam firm.


December 15

The picNYC table by Haiko Cornelissen Architecten is an unusual object that aspires to transplant a snippet of rural life into your city apartment. Attuned to the growing phenomenon of urban farming, the folded aluminum table might blend into any chic urban interior, save for its tabletop of grass, soil and water-draining stones. The vegetated surface is designed to offer the surreal experience of picnicking indoors, providing an earthy bed on which to nestle a bottle of wine and place fine dishware. As the designers explained: “Suddenly, spilling water becomes a necessity instead of a problem and wine glasses need coasters not to prevent ring stains but to avoid tumbling.” More after the jump!

This new Chia Pet of the furniture world also requires constant care, calling on owners to tenderly hand cut their elevated plots of grass and tend to their demands for temperature and sunlight. If treated with love and affection, the table rewards owners with a flourishing indoor garden, accommodating grass, flowers, herbs and vegetables alike in endless combinations of flora. However, if neglected, the table may be quite unforgiving, interiorizing all the charm of a lifeless, unkempt lawn and perhaps emitting the odors of a flat of compost. Thus, not only does the picNYC table transform the average city dweller’s dining experience with its surreal reversal of indoor and outdoor, but it also integrates the rewards and responsibilities of rural life into city living, challenging urbanites to quite literally confront farm-to-table connections in a highly aesthetic manner.

[All images courtesy the architects]

Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Mug Shot Wednesday will be posted later today or possibly tomorrow. Sorry for the delay but here's someone to "think" about.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011


...especially to my first love Ross whom I always had to remind when the holidays were. I was such a good roman catholic.

Hanukkah, pronounced [χanuˈka] in Modern Hebrew, also romanized as Chanukah, Chanukkah, or Chanuka), also known as the Festival of Lights, begins at sundown tonight and is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE and that after the forces of Antiochus IV had been driven from the Temple, the Maccabees discovered that almost all of the ritual olive oil had been profaned. They found only a single container that was still sealed by the High Priest, with enough oil to keep the menorah in the Temple lit for a single day. They used this, yet it burned for eight days (the time it took to have new oil pressed and made ready).


What's that on your face? :)

Tickle my feet?

Is this wide enough?

I'll be naked, on the floor and ready when you cum in.


I'm dirty and need to take a shower.

You takl'n to me?

I was just admiring that bubble but of yours.

Fuck yah! Take it all the way.

Thanks, that was great.

Just some beefcake.

I can be a pretty boy as well.

I think you like me better this way.

Sooooo satisfied. 
Thanks to MNPP for many of the pics.

Monday, December 19, 2011


As I walked on the boardwalk in Long Beach in the 35 degree weather, I watched these guys surfing and Walking in a Winter Wonderland kept running through my mind even though it's not officially winter for a few more days and there was no snow.

After 5 tries, I finally got a good pic of some one riding a wave.

Sal lived on the 4th floor of this building which is on the
board walk and had the view of the above photos.
We had the best sex in that condo and Italians are the greatest kissers.

Sunday, December 18, 2011


Actually it was 2 slices and a coke at Gino's in Long Beach.
There is no better pizza then NY pizza.


Thanks to reader Jay, I learned that John Sherffius has retired. This information surprised me in that he posted nothing on his webpage and had no farewell cartoon. According to this story, he only gave a week's notice and will continue in his other endeavors. His POV will be missed.

Palate Cleansers:
It's all in the jeans.

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