Tuesday, 4 September 2012
So, I have not been quiet about my lusting for Justin Bieber, at all. I would totally stick my dick in him, both his face and his ass. But why, you may ask? A lot of people are totally against him, and I would have to agree. I hate his music, and I hate him as a person; but he has a dick and he is hot.
Don't agree with me? How can you say that, when he looks like this;
I'm sorry to all those that don't understand. He's hot. Really hot. Can you even imagine what his moaning would sound like? I'd probably jizz within a few minutes. I really don't care if you don't like him as a person, but tell me that he isn't a hot piece of ass?
Judge me all you want, if Justin Bieber asked me to have sexual intercourse with him, we'd be naked within minutes. End of story.
Sunday, 15 July 2012
Okay, let me talk about something that, as close to my heart as it is, really needs to be addressed. I would like to talk to you about the Gay Pride Parade. Let's be honest, what is the pride parade any more?
Pride Parade is supposed to show the world that us gays are proud of who we are and aren't going to hide in the shadows any more. We have pride parades to show the bible thumpers, the government and other citizens that we will not be silence any more.
But, as I look at the pride parade that goes down the streets of Downtown, Saskatoon ... I can't help but shake my head and pretend I wasn't even there. Why do you ask? Why would I hide myself away? I have very good reasons for this, it's because I am embarrassed.
Let me make this clear, I am not in the least bit embarrassed at being gay, in fact; I love being gay and every single day I thank God he made me the way he did. I would never change my sexual orientation, even if that silly "corrective therapy" actually worked. I would never ever change being gay.
But the pride parade has become a spectacle, to be completely honest. I don't see how dressing as a drag queen, flashing "our" rainbow flags and dancing around in a small thong will let people know that we're proud to be gay? How does that work? Pleas explain how thongs and a greased up, hairy chest will bring equality?
The answer is simple, it will never bring equality to those who hate us most. We are honestly, and absolutely, making a spectacle of ourselves. We're not helping our image at all ... we're ruining all the work we've done over the years.
Pride should be about holding out heads high and being proud of who we are! We should not be dressing so horribly provocative and throwing ourselves like a lion into a pack of piranha. It seriously needs to stop, because I would like to attend Pride ... without hanging my head low and wishing it would just end.
Please, next pride ... dress your age, STOP wearing the glitter, put some pants on and make the gay community proud ... not ashamed. Thank you.
Movie Title: Dark Shadows
Starring: Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfieffer, Eva Green, Chloe Moretz
Director: Tim Burton
Eddie's Rating: 2.5/5
Alright, don't get me wrong, I love Johnny Depp (Edward Scissorhands is one of my favourite movies!) but this was a bleak and terrible movie. I almost fell asleep twice throughout the movie and my date had to slap me upside the head to wake me up.
There were some really good parts in the movie, some extremely funny parts. When Johnny Depp's character looked up to see the McDonald's sign, we all laughed. Or when they had sex and the room was completely destroyed, that was also a laugh provoking moment. But either than those small parts, it really wasn't as good as I imagined.
They did have Michelle Pfieffer. That made it worth while, only because I think she is an amazing actress who could do anything and still be amazing. I especially loved when she brings out her shotgun and she is all badd-ass and says "Get the hell out of my house!" That was a good part, she's so hot.
When Carolyn (played by Chloe Moretz) turned into a werewolf, it seemed so sudden and forced. "Yea, I'm a werewolf. Let's not make a big deal of it." was one of the worst lines in the entire movie. I can't believe it was even in there, it just seemed like Tim Burton was trying to reign on some sort of Twilight mania and have both vampires and werewolves.
Angelique Bouchard (played by Eva Green) was done amazingly, she played a very good crazy witch lady. She made the part unforgettable, and she seemed like she could actually act.
All in all, very disappointed. This was much worse than the tv show, and that shouldn't have been that hard to beat. Come on Tim Burton, make something worth my money!
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Today is my 22nd birthday. To think that I have been around for more than two decades slightly scares me and really makes me think about my life. Where is it going? What have I done? If I died tomorrow, who would care?