Sunday, April 16, 2006

How IS a boy to spend a lonely bank holiday weekend when his current source of fun is in a completely different country? Go clubbing with his friends? Shop until his credit card screams to stop? Take a fabulous mini-break somewhere exotic and warm? OR stay home with a big bag of pringles and watch the new Dr Who on tv.

Yes, you guessed it, the latter option was the one I went with. Well really, I know Dr Who is the new national gay pastime, but who can resist the charms of that sexy devil David Ten-Inch and ex pop nymphet Billie Piper? Not me, that's for sure.

I was planning on spending time with Housemate no 1 for her amazing lesbionic birthday, but she decided to stay at her girlfriends instead whilst housemate 2 dutifully visited their mother and housemate 3 was working and then drinking with the indie gays in New SoHo (Vauxhall). I felt a little like Scarlett O'Hara rattling round Gaymosexual Towers all on my own, that was until next doors cat came in for some company like she often does, only to be followed by their other cat, a small black timid thing we call Gobelina. Suddenly I flash forward 20 years and I am sat in a small house with an immaculate garden and stacks of books holding everything up. Yes, I am destined to be that mythic Crazy Cat Lady. Only male. I must take steps to prevent this straight away, right after Alias.............

5 comments:

kev said...

I just don't get this gay fascination for a) Dr Who b) David Tennant. I am clearly in a minority because nearly every blog I've read this weekend has mentioned Dr Who. Mind you I guess it's because I'm not into that kind of TV. I've never seen Lost, haven't a clue what 24 is and screw my face in disbelief when people say they watched Star Wars episode whatever.

Andy said...

Kev, you're not alone - i don't get this David Tennant = Gay Icon thing either, he's a thin lipped weirdo :)

But i do love Starwars ....

ps, great blog Clint :D

Gaymosexual said...

Ah you see, I am not a fan of Star Wars, much to the Chagrin of Housemate's 1 & 2 who are fanatical about the films (even the DIRE latter ones)

Thanks for the kind words Andy!

And Kev, I only became a fan during the new series, I never liked it as a child and always hid behind the sofa when it came on, too scared to even go up to the television and change channel!

Aurelius said...

Dr. Who is the bomb. I ain't into the modern T.V. movement, but I'll always stand up to defend the doctor. He's good shit.

Anonymous said...

Weekend was spent at the Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle which you would have loved.

Dr Who watched on a tiny TV in the B&B bedroom. Billie as sublime as ever and new Dr proving to be interesting but without the raw sex appeal of the last.....those ears were something to hold onto...