Category Archives: Humor

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“Boys will be boys”

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“Good carbs”

The History Project’s Queer fiascos

Have you lived through a queer fiasco? Did an ex show up somewhere they shouldn’t have, like next to you on a Pride float? Did you get the wrong address to the best party of the decade? Did you trip and fall off the stage of your favorite gay bar in front of your crush?

There are so many stories to tell so the History Project has teamed up with  SpeakOUT Boston and they are brewing up an online storytelling event and fundraiser to relive and remember LGBTQ+ stories. The theme is “Queer Fiascos” which can be interpreted in multiple ways. Mark your calendars for Wednesday, June 24 at 7:00 p.m. and get your tickets here!

Do you have a story you’d like to share? Email Joan from The History Project at info@historyproject.org or Ellyn from SpeakOUT Boston at (ellyn@speakoutboston.org) for more details. 

All proceeds generated via Eventbrite will support SpeakOUT Boston and The History Project

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“Rub-A-Dub-Dub”

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“Grabbig them by the pussy penis”

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Finlay Wilson, flexible, gay, handsomeHopefully the caption I’ve shared of this rather interesting picture of Finlay Wilson (if you like what you see you can also follow him on Twittah at @Scottishyogaboy) inspires you to also share a caption or two.  So leave a witty caption as a comment, and I’ll approve it for readers to enjoy.

“Bottoms Up!”

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I am hoping for some creative posts for this week’s “caption this photo” of Norwegian police – who by the way look nothing like Boston cops.

“Arrest me!”

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Oh, and thank you to Giants, Cowboys, Football, Rugby and Life for sharing this photo last month. It is perfect for this post.

“How To Give A Super Wedgie”

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“Cutie Pie”

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“Peek-a-Boo “

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“Diet starts tomorrow”

Quarantine reading suggestions from Reach Around Books

Many Americans have spent the past month observing shelter-in-place home orders to help curb the coronavirus. While the news of  late has been pretty bleak, I thought a little light reading might be a welcome suggestion.

Brenda’s Beaver Needs a Barber
Put Tony’s Nuts In Your Mouth
Suzy Likes to Look at Balls
Spank the Monkey Lends a Hand
Come Swing with Us (not shown above)

Reach Around Books are for those of you who love a good double entendre and promises to have you in tears reading these “children’s stories”, that are most definitely for adults. These books are certain to offend those with a Puritanical streak but for my readership, I think this is perfectly on brand – so to speak.

Below is a YouTube narration from one of the five books in this series, Spank The Monkey Lends A Hand.

Bear Hunt

Here is an interesting story: People in and around Boston are placing stuffed bears in their windows and front yards for children and adults to look for and find during walks or drives. The movement is loosely based on a book called, “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt”.

How does it work? Simple – put a teddy or other any kind stuffed animal in your window, on a porch, tie them to a tree, mailbox or pole. The creativity is endless.

While this is based on the children’s book mentioned above, I do have a certain leather teddy who may start to make an appearance with some creative comments that are decidedly not for children to read.

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“How do you like them apples? “