Archive for March, 2010

OMG that is so gay!

Hey guys, I’m sure that everyone has heard somebody say “that’s gay,” referring to something that sucks or lame. If you have heard that, I’m even more sure that you guys heard someone use the word fag to refer to some other people who do something….idk, bad or something not to their liking i guess.

Well, I have never said that word to another person in my life…but, I’m thinking, in society today, does that word seem offensive???….If you think about it, it’s kinda the same thing with black people and the “n” word…but hey, they took that word back, now u hear it in greetings, rap songs, and even jokes. Black people most of the time don’t get offended by that anymore (correct me if I’m wrong).

That is what I think gay people should do, take that word back!!! use it in a sense that is funny or to compliment something. In Germany, my friend told me that they call gay people shrewlies (spelling?) it’s practically the German equivalent to fag…come on, that is a silly sounding word, it’s a stupid word…but it offensive to people because of the meaning that word was given. It’s the same thing with “fag”, it’s a stupid 3 letters word, it means cigarette in England too….but it’s the meaning people give it that make the word offensive. So guys, TAKE THAT WORD BACK!!! use it and take it in a sense that is fantastic, amazing, and awesome.

I really do think that the word “fag” should have no offensive meaning in society today. Gays out there (you know I love you), use that word guys, use it for something or someone who is doing something awesome. For example: your bf just got this awesome one of a kind Prada jacket, your reply could be “You fag,how did you get this?!!!” or you friend or bf ask ” I’m bored, wanna do something?” and you could say “Yeah, lets fag around, its gonna be so much fun.” Once you got it down, it’s gonna feel like you are wearing Prada head to toe.

It makes me laugh when someone wears clothes that are really fashionable, and someone call them gay in a sense of mocking them. So people who do that, this is for you “Gay people make more fashion and life statements in a day than you will in probably your whole lifetime!”….so read it, memorize it…..EAT IT!!!

Gay people take risks (coming out is a big one)…especially fashion risks, they want to make a statement through what they wear, just like others make their statement through sports, arts, education, and many other areas. One of my friends said “Gay people dress the world today,” and I think it’s kinda true. I personally love my gays, they make my life so much more interesting, I can’t live without them….

As for guys who make fun of someone who is wearing feminine color, it’s kinda lame on your part. As I look around, I see guys wearing purple, orange, pink, red, blue skinny jeans; color has always been in trend. Gay people love color (I’m only speaking from my perspective so if anything I say is wrong to anyone, I mean no negative and stereotypical meaning in my view on this subject) because they embrace their feminine side, or they can pull off that certain color because they are confident and know what their style is. So guys that do that, it’s either you cannot embrace your feminine side or you just don’t have enough masculinity to pull off that certain color đŸ˜›

I know a number of guys who are jealous because their gf has been hanging out with her gay bff too much. Look here guys, straight men and gay men see the world in totally different view. A girl and her gay bff, they are like each others’ Jimmy Choo and Manolo.

Anyways, like I said, take the word “fag” back. It’s like shoulder pads, years ago, you wear those, people are gonna shame youuuuuuuuu…..but now, IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SHOULDER!!! designer reinvented shoulder pads in such a clever way, so now, it’s all focus on the shoulder..how to show it off the best…like Donna Karan said “Your shoulder is the only part in your body that does not gain weight.” You see the emphasis on the shoulder from countess brands, from Alexander Wang to Balmain. So I hope that the new use of “fag” will have the same impact.



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Hey guys….do you have friends that are “just there”…the ones that you don’t trust..or the ones that you look at them and think that they are not your friend, or they have turn their back on you….

I know I do…

I think of it as though I’m buying Gucci at Chinatown…

They look like the real ones, but the truth is, they’re a piece fake shit…..They don’t look like the fancy, elegant Gucci display at the store, they look desperate and miserable :(((.

You wear that Gucci around trying to act like it’s the real deal, but when you look at it you know for a fact it’s not authentic. Just like that friend of yours, you hang out with them, you talk to them, but deep down inside, you know you can never trust them.

Plus, the real Gucci would never be at such low quality, the zipper of the authentic ones don’t break just after two weeks…and your true friends are not suppose to turn their back on you ….

If you have friends like that, don’t lie to yourself and think that they are the real Gucci while their origin is Chinatown.


The one that is worth investing in, the one that have zippers that don’t break after two weeks…most importantly, the one that you know it will be IN STYLE ANYTIME and with any trend…

If you can get  Gucci that embodies all that, then you know that you made a very smart investment.

FASHION FADES, STYLE IS ETERNAL“………that is a quote from one of my heroes, Yves Saint Laurent….
Those trends of friend that you have (the ones that just care about their status or reputation) will eventually fade away, but the ones that are true and authentic, those are like diamonds: they’re your best friends and they’re forever đŸ™‚

FASHION COME AND GO, BUT FRIENDSHIP NEVER GO OUT OF STYLE….so don’t waste your time with a fake Gucci!!!

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