Martha Stewart Weddings
It's 3AM. I was supposed to go out earlier. While dressing up, I realized the trousers I wanted to wear are currently at the dry cleaners and won't be available till Monday. I spent half an hour trying to find bottoms for my top and I can't for the life of god find anything that matches it so I gave up, rang my friend and offered a rain check.
I'm currently doing a round of site hopping and I came across THIS touching story published at Martha Stewart Weddings magazine's 15th Anniversary issue. It's the first gay wedding featured in Big Mama Martha's mag.
Click HERE to download a PDF copy of the page.
I read the article, looked at the photos and I must admit, I felt a bit, just a wee bit jealous. Unlike other people, jealousy is something I don't feel often. You know, oh wow, two guys totally in love each other and got the wedding of their dreams. And look at them all dressed up looking oh so fancy in their big day. It makes me happy that they're so happy.
I cannot help but wonder — and here's the $64 million question — do you think this will happen to me too?
Not the big fat gay wedding, silly, but to be featured in Big Mama Martha's mag!
Just kidding. Tsk.
I wanna get married. :-(
I'm adding another year to my age in a few months and I'm not getting any younger. You know, I told a journalist not too long ago during our off-the-record chat (well, hardly off-the-record now because I blogged it) that my biggest fear is to be one of those middle-aged gays in leather harnesses, spending their weekends at the local club doing dirty deeds, sniffing poppers while on a sling.
And you know what irks me the most? No chance of gay marriage happening in my country because the Philippines is the largest Catholic country in Asia. Boo hoo.
In any case, big congratulations to Jeremy Hooper and Andrew Shulman. May you serve as inspiration to many, many gays elsewhere.
scan via: good as you
My sister gave me the best present ever.
Just look at the size of my brand-spanking new lighter. It's bigger than my cordless phone!
OK, I'm exaggerating but you get the idea. It's like a little baby's arm y'all!
Statement of the Year
I guess I’m very lucky to have good friends watching out for my back (and my heart).
I think I’m gonna cut my hair tomorrow and get it done like this.
My personal life is such a mess lately but I’m SOOOOO over it. Promise. Enough is enough. Forward ho we go!
Corduroy Skirts are a Sin!
Chris Pesto, a student from Syracuse, NY, made this funny poster in retaliation to those homophobic bible-thumper protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church. This photo brought a smile to my face.
This woman was wearing a ankle-length corduroy skirt, which, as we all know, is a fashion nono. So, in order to make her feel uncomfortable, I stood next to her and held a sign that said Corduroy skirts are a sin! I don't think I have ever drawn so much attention in my life. SO many people asked to take a picture with me, I got laughs, high fives and there were the few that even cursed off the woman standing behind me.
As I drew interest to what was going on with myself and the woman with the hateful sign, I started to draw a crowd that stood with me in support. Before I knew it I had 100+ people holding signs for gay rights asking people to honk their horns to support. I was interviewed by a news station, and more than 5 student organization papers, and the post standard of Syracuse.
Good on you honey for using fashion to make difference in this world. Thank you for the laughs.
photo credit: thefbomb via boing boing
Roman Abramovich's $47,221 Lunch at Nello's, NY
This is what Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich's lunch tab looks like.
Apparently there were 6 people in the said lunch though some said there were 10.
Roman also paid an additional $5,000 tip on top of the 20% automatic gratuity…
Fascinating, how the billionaires eat and live.
Sometimes I feel like I'm in the wrong line of work. I want to save money to go to the shows again next season. Perhaps I should consider waitressing?
Not in the third world, I guess.
luch tab via tmz
Plastic Surgery & Liposuction Prices in Thailand
US$625 for liposuction? Count me in! Check out this newspaper ad by Pratunam Karnphet, one of the plastic surgery clinics in Bangkok.
Who wants to go there? I could do with a tummy, back and upper thigh liposuction.
photo credit: yvan rodic
Anna Worshipper Part 3
There's more where these came from. I don't think the fash pack had seen anything like this before. I'm talking about Chris Crocker/Britney Spears levels here.
Get ready for Anna Wintour's biggest fan! Visit http://kasmslo.blogspot.com.
photo credit: kasmslo
Anna Worshipper Part 2
Going to extremes…
Manolo is dat chu?
I'm about to pass out from too much laughing, sorry.
Wow. Just wow. I honestly don't know what to say.
photo credit: kasmslo via fashin
There I was thinking I'm a weirdo for loving Sally Singer, Aliona Doletskaya and Carine Roitfeld. But this, this my dear readers is something else. Ladies and gentlegays, meet Kate.
Now this is what I call TRUFASHINDEDICATION.
photo credit: kasmslo via fashin