Monthly Archives: January 2004

So I was supposed to hang out with The Stump last night, but through a series of tedious circumstances, I ended up going with DK to the vet – they have two dogs they share, and the larger, more irritating dog … Continue reading

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It Was Just A Little Fudge Break! I read this interesting little story.  I think it’s funny that he felt the need to make it clear that he wasn’t gay.  “I mean, I may have done a little gay porn, … Continue reading

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Cenobite Chic I have never understood the look that Diane Keaton is going for, but last night at the Golden Globes it finally came to me. She’s simply making sure her outift can be recycled as an incredibly versatile Hallowe’en costume.  After the event … Continue reading

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Vote, you pussy! Your vote counts – perhaps not for President, but in the “Best of New York” survey.  Since all of my readers (all one of you) have sampled her cupcakes at one of my many 30th birthday parties, … Continue reading

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Get The Butter Amy Sedaris has interview in The Onion this week.  I see she mentions the cost of butter, which is really funny because when I bought cupcakes from her the first time, she specifically mentioned that she might … Continue reading

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I’m going to start an “opposition to gay marriage campaign”. I think the problem with the people who support gay marriage is that, like the people opposed to gay marriage, they are generally not in immediate danger of succumbing to gay marriage – but I am.  Therefore, … Continue reading

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Fingering The Jelly Hole

There’s an interesting homosexual and Homersexual subtext to a new commercial I saw for Nutri-Grain brand cereal bars.  It shows everyone in an office with a donut literally around their waist, all except for the smarty-pants with the Nutri-Grain bar, of course, who is … Continue reading

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