Every year my friends Gordon, Maurice, David & Robert get together and kick Halloween’s ass with supremely inventive and goofy costumes, make-up… and WIGS! I have had the pleasure of dressing up with them on several occasions…but haven’t for a few years. This year my friend Grant and I decided to hang out with them and watch the process. I couldn’t resist taking pics (and filming a video). So here are more than 100. ENJOY the MAGIC!
“Like, who invited the Mandrell Sisters?”
“Bend Down Sister” dance number by Busby Berkeley from 1931’s Palmy Days. “Reach for a pickle instead of a pie.”
Someone posted this! One of my favourite things EVER!!! PAST SISSYDUDE PALMY DAYS POST HERE.
Another number Busby Berkeley created before the release of 42nd STREET in 1933. Again he employs his trademark kaleidoscopic overhead shots, “The Parade Of Faces”, his use of props and his pre-code voyeurism in this case exemplified by his braless chorus girls. The singer is Charlotte Greenwood and the dance routine begins at about 1:45 mark. Classic early Busby Berkeley.
Every day thousands of pups go without handlers, and deal with abusive daddies, will you help?
Introducing Arf!, a night of kink, fetish, bath house disco and sleazy dance tunes for the experienced gear pig down to the new and curious cub at The Eagle this Friday. Door discount in your favorite gear and a clothes check provided, so strap some things in and let other things just hang out and come take a dip in the puppy pile.
Last Fridays at The Eagle, Seattle
w/ Bright Light Bright Light (UK) & Nark
Cage Pup Tyler Rush
Hosted by Zak the Barber & Pup Kai
$7 Cover, $5 in Gear
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Credit Song: Monkey Boots – Impossible Need
FABTV: Desilu Studios adapted the popular children’s book – a satire of Kay Thompson’s “Eloise” series – into a TV pilot, which ultimately did not find a sponsor. This shortened version eventually aired with another recycled pilot and some new material with Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon as part of the “Victor Borge Comedy Theater.”
Suzuki Beane is a humor book written in 1961 by Sandra Scoppettone and illustrated by Louise Fitzhugh. The novel is a downtown satire on Kay Thompson’s Eloise series (1956-59). First published in hardcover by Doubleday & Company, Suzuki Beane reappeared as a McFadden Books paperback that same year. The story, sometimes described as “the Eloise of Greenwich Village”, is told from the viewpoint of a young child of Bleecker Street beats. Little Suzuki encounters a different lifestyle when she becomes friends with Henry Martin, a rich kid from the Upper East Side. The two learn about life, love and how to deal with prejudice in the early 1960s. The pair finally decide to “run away from home and start a village where a Square can be a square and a swinging cat can swing in peace”.
Jimmy Cagney’s little sister, Jeanne Cagney, with fashions and accessories for today’s Queens.
ШипучкаТВ: Кола Бельды – Ханина Ранина(СССР)- 1969г.- наркотики и секс в СССР
LABOUR DAY MEGA-POST featuring ginger DELANEY, naked TUMBLR BOYS, BEARDIES, SCAMP, SHAWN WOLFE, jocky CHARLIE & KRIS IRONS!!!