Any excuse is a good reason to visit the male host club section of Kabukicho. Of course the real life hosts and want-to-be hosts are the main attractions. I like how those climbing the ranks are on the streets trying to hustle clients, host wanna-bes and anything with a heart beat.
The plentiful club ads are also something to marvel over. I love this ad for Trust and the possible false quote from Ernest Hemingway. What great advice: “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” I will overlook the lack of symmetry between “somebody” and “them.” But generally I find it hard to trust young men who are exchanging booze (and maybe more) for gobs of money.
Is this a man-crush forming?
I was a little sad that in the Republican “wave,” the male Tea Baggers mostly won, while some of the craziest lady tea baggers lost, including the anti-masturbation witch (DE), world wrestling CEO (CT), “man up” Arizona know-nothing
(AZ) (NV), and the tech titans (CA).
I find some small consolation in the growing popularity of right-wing Republicans who are public cryers. Most everyone knows about Glenn Beck, but now the spotlight turns on John Boehner, the new House Speaker (OH). He cries over innocent school children, the sacrifice of the soldiers, and his hardscrabble upbringing with 11 siblings. He’s also known for his orange skin color, heavy smoking, and coziness with all sorts of big money lobbyists. The New York Times remarked on “his quivering lips and moist lashes.”
Do you think men who don’t cry on camera are less trust-worthy?!
Via Bryan Boy‘s Twitter stream (and his retweeting), I came across this alleged outtake from Madonna’s W magazine photo shoot with her young Brazilian boyfriend. I don’t know if it’s true, but her outfit and his body do match the published photos, including the one below.
If you need to see more of Jesus’ shaved crotch, click here (NSFW). My conclusion is that Photoshop, make-up and trusted photographers are a lady’s best friend.
Would you entrust your children to these characters?