this is my lucky day, eh?

I feel a bit odd about joining this site. Can't put my finger on why though. I guess because it's so darn new, huh? Anyway...

I feel like men in drag, especially the pythons, are the one pure sources of delight for me. Not in a sexual way, no, but I dunno, it's just highly fansinating to me. Men, being burly and manly and hairy, are walking around in high heels, dresses and make-up. It's beauty and fun in a nice package. It's been going on for centuries, the masquerade. Shakespeare plays that couldn't have women actors were played by young men in dresses. It's only natural for Englishmen to play women, it's in the genes! Why have I even talked about this...this is complete idiocy now that I read it. I'll stop now and end in a shout-out to Spam.


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i want out: ...I am of ayounger generation.

you bring up a good point, though.... I delight in watching guys go through the same painful steps to be beautiul as we women do... but they do it for farce.... which somehow makes the clothes, the makeup, the shoes, and the jewellery SpArkLE so much brighter for me....

BroMaynardG: I have to agree with Don De Loiuse,

at least about the fa-la-la-la-la -

Oh, a-a-and the donning of gay apparel.

(I guess if one dons gay apparel they must doff it too. How? One leg at a time!)

Walla Walla, Wash., and Kalamazoo (Thank you Walt Kelly, wherever you are)

Burma! I can't find the Drag Racing sketch on YouTube!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


joeg at 8:32 pm January 06

dunno about where's Walt but I'm for Pogo in'08

BroMaynardG at 8:35 pm January 06

I figured you'd pop up at that comic page reference after your missive -
"TO ALL THE KIDS WHO SURVIVED the 1930's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's!!"


joeg at 9:59 pm January 06

I used to have all the Pogo books. :-D

RSMBiggles at 1:12 am January 07

along with the original peanuts book where snoopy doesn't talk and is still on all fours

gna42: SPLUNGE!!!!!!!!

"Some things in life are bad, they can really make you mad..." and... "always look on the Bright Side of Life..."