Last Minute Ground Shipping Gift Guide 2017

When you care enough to send it GROUND.😐

Click the pics to shop and avoid all human contact this holiday season.

$5.75

* For some, using the NO BUTTON may take some learning.

$5.50

This bird is “a drunk.” You can tell by the top hat and clown shoes. Remember that at this year’s office party. Maybe let this bird be the drunk one this year? Yeah. uh huh. – hey, just a suggestion. You’re free to do as you like.

$6.00

TIP – Every time you use this it becomes a little less funny. DING! Let’s keep it hilarious.

$3.99

Two words. Electric Slide.

$6.50 sml $17.50 Lg.

Photography is the hobby everybody believes they have, but cameras are so expensive…and lighting? Jus’ too high. Problem solved. This gift tells them they really CAN be an artist. Let them believe it for a day.

$11.95

“Well I knew you were into that “funky” fashion style.”

 

 

Do You Need A Little Inspiration?

Is there anything else I can help you with today?

Excitement? yes Ma’am, I mean Sir, I mean Ma’am… I have some right here actually…

Para español marque numero dos.

Y ahora para una bonificación especial para mis lectores preferidos

 

 

Felices vacaciones.

ABBA Will Tour In 2019!

My life has been changed by this recent announcement. I will be unavailable for comment for forty-eight hours while I turn inward and search for the words to describe exactly how my life has been changed.

Five Fabulous Faces? Make Room For Gwili

We all know this gay manual…Swanson, Garbo, Crawford and Dietrich. Check. But recently I came upon a new not new face. Have you seen Gwili? Gwili Andre, peeps. From Denmark. Didn’t last. Bizaare suicide. But the mug! Larry Carr followers make room for face five and add Gwili Andre to your supplement. Let’s google some Gwili…

It’s Gwili time.

REAL BIG GWILI

Turner had this about her on their site.

Gwili Andre (February 4, 1908 – February 5, 1959) was a Danish actress who had a brief career in Hollywood films. Born Gurli Andresen in Copenhagen, Denmark, Andre came to Hollywood in the early 1930s. She appeared in the RKO Studio films, Roar of the Dragon and Secrets of the French Police (both 1932) and began to attract attention for her striking good looks. Her next role in No Other Woman, was not the success the studio expected. Over the next few years she was relegated to supporting roles. Her final role was a minor part in The Falcon’s Brother in 1942. She did not return to the screen, although she spent the rest of her life trying to orchestrate a comeback. As she faced further rejection, she found solace in alcohol. In 1959, on the day after her birthday, she committed suicide in a bizarre fashion. Alone in her apartment in Venice, California, Andre surrounded herself with reams of publicity photographs and press clippings, all of which represented the career she had expected but had not achieved. Setting the paper alight, she allowed herself to be consumed by the fire, sustaining injuries which caused her death. Andre is chiefly recalled as a cautionary example of the indifference of the Hollywood system and the anguish of a person emotionally unable to cope with initial success and promise followed by immediate and irreversible failure.

 

What am I, new here? Who else did I miss?

 

Advice to Young Starlettes and Fresh Meat: Give it your best shot but for God’s sake don’t go out there and do a Gwili, ya hear?

No, not a “wheelie”…a GWILI. I said don’t go out there and pull a “Gwili.”  It’s not worth it. With a pretty face like that you can do infomercials or trade shows til you’re forty.

You’re not listening.

 

POH-TAH-SAH. POH-TAH-SAH.

Scott Covert told me that was the chant on the dancefloor when she would arrive at the club. 

Good times. 

See the precious Polaroid in person tomorrow night at Daniel Cooney Fine Art. 


“Potassa De La Fayette at home” by Corey Tippen