yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
i'm not sure if i was hallucinating last time, or dreaming, but i think gus posted a selfie and then quickly deleted it again. he looked very beautiful, perfect skin and a healthy head of hair. what struck me though, was how normal he looked like, and i don't mean this as a bad thing but i always imagined him to look a bit disturbing i guess. gave me a bit of american psycho vibes.
 

linebaugh

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@yyaldrin my friend here says when he was in berlin his friend got him into the prestiguous fetish club 'kit kat' or something like that and all of berlins most famous DJs were there.

Can you verify this? Do you have the same pull?
 

linebaugh

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i'm not sure if i was hallucinating last time, or dreaming, but i think gus posted a selfie and then quickly deleted it again. he looked very beautiful, perfect skin and a healthy head of hair. what struck me though, was how normal he looked like, and i don't mean this as a bad thing but i always imagined him to look a bit disturbing i guess. gave me a bit of american psycho vibes.
He does have american psycho vibes. Luka said he looks a bit like charlie sheen and I agree.
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
@yyaldrin my friend here says when he was in berlin his friend got him into the prestiguous fetish club 'kit kat' or something like that and all of berlins most famous DJs were there.

Can you verify this? Do you have the same pull?
i went there once on a wednesday, it was an unofficial after party from a peaches concert. the first thing i noticed when i came in was that the people handling the coats and jackets were all naked and it made me giggle a bit while trying to maintain a straight face. whenever i see naked people in a human made surrounding i think it looks hilarious, like for example people at a naturist resort driving a bicycle. anyway that night i went wasn't that crazy. i'll never forget though that this big gay guy tried to flirt with me and at one point asked if i wanted to sit on his shoulders and have me paraded around. which was a funny experience.
 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
the aesthetic of the club itself had a bit of a duke nukem kind of vibe, they also had these machines in the wall where fire would come from. i thought it looked hilarious.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
i'm not sure if i was hallucinating last time, or dreaming, but i think gus posted a selfie and then quickly deleted it again. he looked very beautiful, perfect skin and a healthy head of hair. what struck me though, was how normal he looked like, and i don't mean this as a bad thing but i always imagined him to look a bit disturbing i guess. gave me a bit of american psycho vibes.
I have met him, no American Psycho vibes whatsoever that I noticed. I am notoriously unobservant when it comes to such matters though it must be said.
 

shakahislop

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it was way too bright outside today. and windy. i went out for a bit but retreated. i'm hungover. i was listening to Red Scare and Dasha, one of the girls that's going out with @Leo, was talking about how she spent $24,000 on clothes from one website last year
 
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shakahislop

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if you haven't done the chelsea gallery thing before, and you are at all interested in looking at art, it's a good thing to do by yourself.

earth room is interesting. dream house is interesting too. there's a pretty good sound installation at Dia:Chelsea
 

linebaugh

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if you haven't done the chelsea gallery thing before, and you are at all interested in looking at art, it's a good thing to do by yourself.

earth room is interesting. dream house is interesting too. there's a pretty good sound installation at Dia:Chelsea
Are they free?
 

shakahislop

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Are they free?
yeah all of its free except Dream House which is $10 i think.

if you go to chelsea there are approximately one billion galleries, i find a good way to do it is to go to Pace, Hauser and Wirth, the bigger of the two or three Gagosian spaces that are down there, and i guess david zwirner. then whatever random stuff looks interesting as you walk past if anything.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
i went there once on a wednesday, it was an unofficial after party from a peaches concert. the first thing i noticed when i came in was that the people handling the coats and jackets were all naked and it made me giggle a bit while trying to maintain a straight face. whenever i see naked people in a human made surrounding i think it looks hilarious, like for example people at a naturist resort driving a bicycle. anyway that night i went wasn't that crazy. i'll never forget though that this big gay guy tried to flirt with me and at one point asked if i wanted to sit on his shoulders and have me paraded around. which was a funny experience.
Yeah. I agree and think this worth remarking. Naturists make the claim that the body is natural and should not offend - and this is true as far as it goes. However, when advocates of nudity say that it therefore follows that clothes are unnecessary, they are assuming that clothes are worn ONLY for reasons of modesty which is clearly not true. I'm sure that clothing was originally created for protection - from the elements no doubt but also cos those natural and inoffensive soft dangly bits are sensitive and vulnerable. And later, as understanding grew and we learned about bacteria and germs, we realised that the clothing we'd donned to keep us warm and make sure our family jewels didn't get caught in a threshing machine or chewed off by an overly friendly dog, also performed a secondary hygiene function.

So, while it's great that lots of people are no longer shackled by a baseless fear of the body, and I'm sure that the Kit Kat Klub is able to maintain an air temperature that is sufficiently high that one can confidently let their ball bag flap around unencumbered, I hope you'll forgive me if, until they can also guarantee that I won't sit agonisingly on my testicles or get my foreskin hilariously trapped in a door, I will keep my cock and balls safely wrapped up until the right person asks my permission to put them carefully in her mouth.

And, as for hygiene, maybe I'm a prude, but all things being equal, I'd probably rather not sit on a chair that moments earlier had been occupied by a fat, sweaty nudist. I wouldn't say that I'm particularly fastidious - in fact, quite the opposite - but even I would find it hard to completely forget that seconds before the hairy folds of his/her buttocks had been spread comfortably across the very same space, that quite possibly their balloon knot itself however clean (though do Kit Kat check this on entry? Somehow I doubt it) may well have kissed the middle regions of the seat, and if male their bell-end and hirsute sack almost certainly deposited germs over parts of the structure - and if female then same goes for their vulva. Though to be honest, a woman choosing whether or not to sit on such a chair would probably have more to worry about from her vulva as an organ of ingress than anything else.
 
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