Location: St. Vincent & Grenadines

You were driving home in the dark on one glass-slippered heel, window sliced open and bathing in the snowliquor of the night air. We heard you singing, and couldn't bear to wake you.

08 February 2006

Nothing else would fit right, or seem so directly applied.

Recognizing the fact that I am just about as novice as it gets in this area, and thus liable to be painfully obvious, I must say, having just watched it, that Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is the gayest movie ever.


Blogger Jemaleddin said...

That's a pretty gay movie. I haven't seen it since high school when my parents were educating me on their favorite films, all of which seem pretty gay now: "On the Town," "Singing in the Rain," and even "The Gay Divorcee."

(Speaking of SitR: was Donald O'Connor gay? I mean, yeah he was twice-married and had 4 kids, but what does that prove? He was literally a "friend of Dorothy." Come on!)

But gayest ever? I'd go with "Bi-Curious Butcher Boys: Men with Meat." Or maybe: "Man-Love 2: Electric Boogaloo." That was pretty gay.

4:36 AM  
Anonymous Felix Helix said...

See, as I understand it (and this is coming from a guy who's a straight 6 on the Kinsey continuum, alas), the gay ethos is all about innuendo. (Yeah yeah I know, it's all about what you PUT innuendo. Next!) Innuendo and suggestion and fabulous clothes and song and dance and catty repartée. None of which are present in porno flicks.

For my money, Jane Russell sashaying between rows of tautly-muscled Olympic-swimmer tuchises and pouting "Is there anyone here for love?" is gayer by far than twelve inches of glistening man-meat wobbling all over the screen.

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Frederika Blankenship said...

Oh my god! I just watched that movie too! I somehow ended up with a projector for the week-end and "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". What parallel lives we lead!

Jesus Christ, is it GAY! Yes. Very gay.

I couldn't believe how bad it was, actually. What the hell were they thinking? Did people actually, I don't know, take it seriously in the comedy sort of way? I mean, like, how the hell did this become a classic? Good God! Mother fucking bumble nuts is it gay! Yes! I very much agree.

And sexually opressed! Marilyn looks at those big rock hard diamonds like... like Hemingway writing, "his throat swelled..." in For Whom the Bell Tolls, when he really meant--- something else.


4:48 PM  
Blogger Felix Helix said...

"Mother fucking bumble nuts" made my day.

6:35 PM  

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