Aug. 10th, 2004
Summer fun  
This weekend, I went with a couple friends to the big, gay Raging Waters adventure. 3 bus loads of gay bois + several bottles of tequila = fun times. On weekends of course, the lines are too long, but we still had fun hanging out and shit. All the busses came back, and we all continued the drinking,, chilled in the jacuzzi and pool. Later there was a bit of jacuzzi and pool nakedness, a little groping... All in good fun.

In the midst of that, I overheard part of discussion between a girl and a guy. I overheard the inebriated guy, who spoke with an Italian accent, say he thought 9/11 was masterminded by the U.S. government and the "Jews." My drink and I moved to the other side of the jacuzzi. Some time later, we left. Having had a total of about 4 hours of sleep from the night before, I passed the hell out as soon as we got back to my place.

Fast forward to Sunday, John and I decide to be domestic and head off to Ikea.

Ikea is a truly magical place: it's a place where you can get furniture, lighting, appliances, and a boyfriend—all in one convenient location! We usually head down to the one in the Carson, but then we looked up the traffic and saw the Sunday carnage. Not wanting to spend the rest of the day stuck on the freeway, we knew what we'd have to do.

We'd have to go to....

CUE DOOM MUSIC

Narrator: THE VALLEY

CUE WOMAN'S SCREAM

We made our way up and over the hill. 25 minutes and 15 extra degrees later, we made it to Ikea. I wanted to get some ideas for my bedroom. Unfortunately, Ikea will be a bargain for one thing, and another is way overpriced for what it is (let's face it, Ikea's stuff isn't really meant to last forever). I've not yet decided if the eye candy is cuter in Burbank or Carson. There are a couple of employees I would have liked to have licked, and one str8 boi who looked like he'd walked right off a Bel Ami video.

I managed to come out with a few lights, some ideas, and no digits. We braved the heat and insane Valley drivers and made our way back over the hill unscathed.

Anywho, it's lame that in the past couple of years it seems there's almost no time you can go south of the 10 on the 405 anymore without running into a wall of traffic (especially in the summers). How am I supposed to do an adequate study to determine which Ikea has the hotter concentration of gay bois? I think it's about time we get a couple of priority lanes on the 405 for westsiders, and while we're at it, I think we should get priority parking at the beach!
 
 
Mood: bouncy
Listening to: Charlotte Martin - Sweet Chariot
 
 
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donovand on August 10th, 2004 - 01:46 am
there should definitely be some sort of priority parking for people who live west of the 405 and south of the 101. we're just better people.
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Gantriochgantrioch on August 10th, 2004 - 02:22 am
The one and only time that I went to Ikea, Beth and I were checking out the gay boys at its restaurant. Is there some sort of draw to the place :-)?
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The People's Exhibit Adavidology on August 10th, 2004 - 02:39 am
It is Gay Mecca =)
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Gantriochgantrioch on August 10th, 2004 - 04:55 pm
I thought Neiman Marcus was the Gay Mecca :-).

Niles - "[Maris is] making her annual pilgrimage to the Holy Land."
Martin - "I thought she was going to Dallas to visit her sister."
Niles - "Well, that is her Holy Land. It's the site of the first Neiman Marcus."
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eviltickles on August 10th, 2004 - 02:57 am
3 busloads of gay bois? DAMN! when i went a few weeks ago, there were two of us and a park full of heteros. and we know how straightboys like to maintain themselves...the worst part was that on every single ride, we seemed to be stuck behind this old fat guy who was growing the fucking black forrest on his back. ick.
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Justin Carceratedmofo69 on August 10th, 2004 - 05:02 am
when you can't think of anyone else to blame.... blame the jews. works every time.
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The People's Exhibit Adavidology on August 12th, 2004 - 11:18 pm
Right? this guy was a wee bit drunk, but I think to say that out loud you must have thought it at some point.

People. Are. Strange.
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josh: gropesoundofthemoon on August 10th, 2004 - 11:01 am
I don't know if there will be one this year, but in years past there has been a gay day at Waterworld in Concord, about a 45 min drive east of SF. I've gone a couple times. The whole park is rented out for the private event, and you have to get tickets in advance at local boutiques etc. This keeps out the straight riff-raff. What you end up with is a water park packed full of gym bunnies in speedos and random tasty boys in board shorts. I used to really enjoy it, until it became de rigeur to do bumps of K before going on the slides. Just what I need, a boy in a K-hole getting caught in the tube... But if you like the good clean dirty fun, you should think about coming up for a visit this year =)
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The People's Exhibit Adavidology on August 10th, 2004 - 06:37 pm
hmm... that sounds like it could be a good time!
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(Anonymous) on August 12th, 2004 - 09:42 am
Said it before, and I'll say it again. You are gorgeous. Why don't you move to the East Coast for a while? We have plenty of parking, and there is hardly ever any traffic.

- Smitten in New Hampshire
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The People's Exhibit Adavidology on August 12th, 2004 - 10:17 pm
aww thanks... but it's so cold!
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