Tuesday, November 21, 2006

I'm on top of the world looking down on creation

As a counterpoint to the humid, ice cream truck melting heat that Andrew is enjoying Down Under, I'm offering you this:When I opened this email, I had a no-touch release, y'all. Creamed. My. Shorts*. This slice of heaven pictured is not where I live, but where I'll be spending the Christmas holiday. Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, outside of beautiful Vancouver, BC, have received ::pinkie finger to corner of mouth:: ONE HUNDRED INCHES of snow this month. Wheee!

*interested parties should enter "Mike's Panties" into the searchbox over at eBay.

29 comments:

The Other Andrew said...

This is giving me chills. So, given that I'm also dying from the heat, now I'm a menopausal woman all of a sudden.

Michael said...

OMG, you're Rosie!

http://www.rosie.com/blog/

The Other Andrew said...

OHMYGOD, you're right. All of a sudden I feel like joining the women's golf circuit.

(PS. Jen, you'll warn me if I cross the line, won't you?)

Michael said...

Dude, sweet mullet.


Shall we see how many sapphic stereotypes we can cram into my skiing post?

The Other Andrew said...

I know, well it beats talking about your balls for a change.

Michael said...

My balls=evergreen

So, who's up for some plumbing? Deck building?

The Other Andrew said...

Let me just get the dogs settled and I'll help with that deck.

Michael said...

OK, sweetie, I'll cue up the Indigo Girls mix and meet you out back. Oh, and would you grab my Eccos? I left them in the Subaru.

The Other Andrew said...

:) Jen's going to give us a smack down, right?

Michael said...

Ummm, she wore a tie on our first date. Kinda shaky ground from which to commence a smackdown.

PS She was completely adorable in it.

The Other Andrew said...

..and you wore strapless?

The Other Andrew said...

PS. you know that we envy that she's actually gotten to meet you, right? I mean, for a start she's the only one with proof that you have a head.

Michael said...

Envy me. She's the smart, cool one. But you knew that. Have I mentioned she totally felt me up?

Not only does my head exist, mijo, it has its own zip code.

The Other Andrew said...

She's already described you as a charming, handsome bastard, so the Head Of Doom can't be all that bad... :)

Ur-spo said...

The photo is mightly appreciated; here in Arizona I miss some snow for the holidays.

Michael said...

Andrew, yes, yes, my looks and charms are legendary. That's why I'm currently dating my powered toothbrush.

Oh, who am I kidding, I'm a total catch!

ur-spo, prefer the snow THERE, in the mountains vs. in my backyard, but it is GORGEOUS, isn't it? And 60 inches in the last seven days?! I wish I was there now, but it'll be there in a month. Weren't you just in Palm Springs?

The Other Andrew said...

Hey, dating your toothbrush at least keeps your nethers fresh. White. Minty.

Michael said...

Plaque-free?

OK, I'm off to bed as visions of hunky queer dentists dance in my head.

savante said...

Better yet. Dance to Happy Feet!

Ur-spo said...

yes, we were just in Palm Springs - clear skies and 80s.
No wonder Bing Crosby conjured "White Christmas' here!

freakgirl said...

I mean, for a start she's the only one with proof that you have a head.

HA HA!

Jen said...

You're all such bitches. I say this in the most loving way possible.

I did wear a tie & blazer the first time we met, but on our second date I wore a black, strappy, lacy evening dress and heels. Yet you obsess on the tie.

Andrew, he really is adorable, not to mention quite pleasing to the touch. I have no idea why he thinks he has such a big head because he doesn't. He's a perfect example of why the straight women complain about all the best men being gay.

Michael said...

Jen, you know how my sense of humor is completely juvenile, right? Same thing with crushes. You're like the cute girl that I'd tease incessantly on the playground. You were completely adorable in both guises, both boy and girl drag. On Saturday (during the BIG GAME), I tried on a velvet blazer at least three times, but couldn't pull the trigger. I needed you!

Jen said...

You know that whenever we're out together, we basically look like a married couple from Kettering who've left a few kids back in the ranch house with a babysitter and a carefully hidden, tightly locked stash of queer porn, right? What's hilarious (to me anyway) is that practically everyone around here seems so completely repressed that me telling you, "Yes honey, you should totally get that velvet blazer," would probably not even raise an eyebrow.

Have you been watching The Class? "You know how they say every girl marries her father? Wait for it..."

freakgirl said...

Re: The Class: That was HILARIOUS.

Michael said...

I bailed on it. It just didn't make me laugh the first few weeks. Is it getting better?

Jen said...

It's not genius or anything but I kinda dig it. The scene I was referencing was when the woman who had married the queer man after being ditched by the queer boy in high school turns out to have a flamingly queer father. The reveal had great timing, very funny.

Michael said...

The queer(?) husband was my favorite part. Oh, and the incredibly hot other queer husband, natch. Maybe I'll give it another shot.

The Other Andrew said...

::shakes fist::

So we get "Newlyweds" and other Z Grade U.S. cast-offs, but we don't get this? A pox on all your houses Australian television networks.