Ha, Ha, Ha. Every year I am asked this question, and the answer is complicated. We don’t really need the permission of advertisers to show our love and appreciation to our roots. But generally, just for shits and giggles, on Valentines Days, tops bottom and bottom tops. Joking, mostly we don’t get into passive/submissive obsessions which seem to be such a huge part of straight ‘relationships’. And for the homos out there, here are some great pick up lines and advice. My easiest way to pick up is to make eye contact and then jerk my head a few millimetres and then generally you go off and fuck in a toilet or any where close.
John Waters opened my eyes at a young age.
Baltimore County police have charged a 49-year-old city man with attempted murder, assault and burglary in connection with the robbery of a Towson home early Sunday morning.
Bradford Steven Holup of the 4000 block of Corse Ave. in Hamilton was being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. He was arrested about 4 a.m. Sunday, after police found him in a car at Bosley and Chesapeake avenues in Towson.
A 65-year-old man had returned to his home about 1:30 a.m. Sunday in the 500 block of Allegheny Ave. whem he discovered a burglary in progress, police said. The suspect forced him to walk down the stairs to the basement, police said, and the victim was shot in the stairwell. He was able to call 911 after the suspect ran from the home. The suspect had attempted to steal the victim’s car but was deterred by an anti-theft device.
The victim, who was suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck, was taken to an area hospital, where he is expected to make a full recovery, police said.
GOTTA LOVE HIM. FROM SLATE……….
I ask what Christmas was like when he was growing up. He recalls his Catholic mother, now 86, taking him to midnight mass, then sidesteps into an anecdote about Glenn Milstead – the boyhood friend and cross-dressing muse he named Divine – coming to the service in drag. Waters’ stage shows are carefully scripted, delivered from memory, and these rapid digressions come across like a compressed rehearsal of one of his soliloquies.
“I liked Santa but I would get confused as a child whether I was supposed to pray to him or William Castle [the B-movie director], or Jesus,” he says, before skipping to another thought about “living crèches” – Christmas cribs re-created with real people. “They’re begging for Diane Arbus to come back from the grave to take a picture of them. What parent would give their child to be baby Jesus, with straw and candles and mules that kick … ? I’m telling you, I think living crèches are some of the most horrifying things.”
Thinking of Christmas in London, I ask whether Waters has seen any pantomimes. He looks puzzled. I try to explain the genre that combines fairy tales, audience participation and washed-up TV stars in women’s clothing. “Is there scat in it?” he asks.
EVERYONE KNOWS SO YOU MAY AS WELL JUST COME OUT GAYBOI. HARVEY DID NOT DIE SO WE COULD LIVE SCARED HALF LIVES.