Alex Blaze

Back from Ireland...

Filed By Alex Blaze | October 06, 2008 3:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: boy pics, Dublin, hot gay guys, ireland

I'm back from Ireland, and Alberto and I had a great time thanks to travel advice Brynn gave us. I also nabbed this photo of a hot Irish twink telling the boys to join the clergy.

irish priests.jpg

Anyway, I'm full of hatred for US Airways right now, and I'm looking for a way to put all non-trans-Atlantic airlines out of business, hopefully with uber-efficient ground transport.

Is that what the boy means by my call, or did I already feel that one at puberty?


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I've seen those ads over here in the States too. There was one a couple years ago where they'd airbrushed all the hair from his arms.

It was bizarre.

What in the world were you doing in Ireland?! You're going to lose a lot of your Eirophobic gay readership admitting that.

Europhobic gay readership? What are you talking about?

And I explained what I was doing there here.

Sorry, I missed that article on why you went over there. It all sounds interesting, too! (I love both Ireland and France). /////I meant that half jokingly, that you'd lose readership. Just that the anti-Irish sentiment of gays, mostly in NYC, has always offended me.

Brynn Craffey Brynn Craffey | October 7, 2008 8:10 PM

JJJJ, that's the Irish-American community, not the Irish community. You should see how absolutely outrageous the Dublin St Patrick's Day parade is!!

Brynn : That's true, the hostility is primarily against the Irish-American communities of New York City (primarily), Boston, and San Francisco (to a certain extent). But I have seen it against the brogues, too. Any American boy from Brooklyn won't even get hired by a gay business in NYC if he has an obviously Irish name, which I think is sick, but....I've always been a defender of any business being free to hire whoever they want. (There's evidence that that's easing-off, though, as the city changes and the gay gheto disappears).

That boy's eyebrows are more plucked than mine! Yowza!

Yes, Waymon, they are ... and all the more reason to believe that he would make a fine priest, don't you think?

(Maybe he plucked them because the airbrush guy was on vacation ...)

Robert Ganshorn Robert Ganshorn | October 6, 2008 11:21 PM

Hasn't flying become gross? You didn't try and smuggle any shampoo on board did you? :)

Welcome back! I can't wait to see you tomorrow for my birthday dinner! I'm so excited!

(And bring the priest wannabe.)