I will absolutely be the Donny to your Marie. I have been blessed throughout most of my life with a sizable harem. One of the best features of having one's own harem is that if one wants to add another to the harem, one may do so. Ohhhh, I love my girls. They're the light of my life. What would I have ever down without my girls? Like this one and this one and this one. Who could forget this one? Oh, and this girl rocks my world. Have you met this girl? I love her so. Then there's her, her, her, her, her, her, her and last, but certainly not least, her--they're the best. Please remember that this is a sampling and I know there are so many of you out there that deserve mention but I would be here all night if I mentioned every last one. Please forgive me.
Another lovely thing about my harem is that they never fight with each other, never get jealous, and they all get along like good little sister-wives. Oh, wait. Wrong terminology.
Gary Rith asks:
Have I missed anything, was it boxers or briefs? I personally like everything held together neatly in briefs....
To each kind of men's underwear, there is a season. If I'm going to work, I must wear briefs, to, as you so aptly put it, hold everything together neatly. However, at the end of the day, my boys need space, air, and freedom to let their hair down (so to speak) and relax without the confines of restricting briefs. I like boxer briefs in the winter, to provide support yet perhaps a little more coverage. But I lied in my first sentence. I never wear a thong, g-string, or athletic supporter. For me, there no season for them.
Why did you choose to live in our fine burg and why? What do you like about where we live and what would you change? thanks, xx
After I graduated from Utah State University in Logan, Utah, I was immediately offered a teaching position in a suburban area in Los Angeles County, which happens to be the city where Martha resides. Claire and I took a whirlwind trip to check it out, we loved the area, and I accepted the position. That was 16 years ago. I love living here because it is a great place to raise a family, yet it is close the L.A. and the less-conservative venues and areas it offers. It is also very pretty here.
I want to buy a new couch. My living room (for now) will be buttercream with wood parque floors, and white wooden plantation shutters. I don't want earth tones, and I already have a seafoam green couch for the den, which is off the living room. I was thinking something in blues or maybe something flashy like cranberry. What do you think?
First, I would like to thank Grandma J for perpetuating the stereotype. Does everyone think that all gays love and have a knack for decorating? Well, actually, this particular gay does. And to go along with your buttercream, wood, and white, I would agree that cranberry would be a great choice. I would stay away from blue because it seems to be more trendy of a color and more taste specific, but if you really like blue, then go for it!
Lacking Productivity asks:
What are your top 10 favorite movies...you've posted many an album and musician, but I'm unsure one the movie list. I think we may have similar taste, so I'm looking for some good suggestions.
This is a difficult one for me, since we don't make it to the movies very often, and I canceled my Netflix account once we bought a DVR. However, since Lacking Productivity is the amazing wife of my youngest brother, I will make an honest attempt at a list of movie favorites, in no particular order:
Crash, The Others, There's Something About Mary, Little Miss Sunshine, Sideways, Overboard, 9 to 5, Dead Calm, Short Bus, Knocked Up, The 40 Year Old Virgin, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, The First Wive's Club, Brokeback Mountain, Derailed, The Matrix, and Moulin Rouge. Oh, and Mary Poppins.
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