- After a long and tedious day at work, nothing cheers a young queer man quite so much as watching a men’s diving competition on television.
Being queer places one in a peculiar position of both desiring certain bodies and being envious of those same bodies. Hetero men desire women’s bodies, but it doesn’t seem that the majority want their own bodies to develop the same breasts.
It’s a bummer that Oreo cookies are so toxic and fattening.
The profound and overly emotional investment that some people have in either Obama or Clinton makes me uncomfortable (and leery). I thought that we all understood that politicians were a necessary evil. They aren’t people that you want in your house.
Luckily, nobody seems to have similar enthusiasm for the scummy, two-faced McCain.
Some devoted CoG reader should really create a GayProf comic book that involves me wearing the outfit in my profile picture.
I can’t believe that my family used to construe Crisco as the healthy alternative to lard.
Beyond being incredibly annoying, Day Light Saving seems like a dubious proposition. I want some critical evidence (not speculation or theories) that it does anything for energy conservation.
Mary Ann’s recent arrest for possession of marijuana explains how she tolerated Gilligan’s annoying ass for all those years. If I was stuck on that island, I would be addicted to heroine by now.
Mentioning to your colleagues that you worked as a secretary before going to grad school can result in being “volunteered” to do lots of paperwork.
I miss the show Can’t Get a Date. It made my own dating strategies seem so reasonable.
A few days ago I didn’t buy gas because I figured that prices could only go down from $3.15/gallon. Today, gas is $3.26/gallon in MFT.
The cost of living in MFT, overall, is really outrageous given the size of the town.
Teaching grad students requires one to constantly give reassurance and hand holding – which is inconvenient, because I want reassurance and hand holding.
Xtube is not really that erotic, but it is filled with fascinating clips of people doing unexpected things.
Martha Jones is an infinitely more interesting character than Rose Tyler. So why spend a year plus mourning the loss of the latter?
Some academics deeply desire purely bureaucratic (and often thankless) jobs because they come with a title and give an illusion of power. One would expect people with Ph.D.’s to be smarter than that.
I am so relieved that the most recent political “sex scandal” involves the heteros for a change. No “wide stances in the toilet.” No “therapeutic massages” or crystal meth. At last, the heteros will be exposed to the same media scrutiny and speculation that we have endured.