Saturday, July 19, 2014

Gay Or Not...

Even I don't live in Australia, I know first hand that the subject of Ian Thorpe's sexuality was always a burning topic of discussion despite his denial, but it looks like the 31-year-old retired Olympic champion has nothing to worry about anymore because he's finally made his sexuality public during an interview with Sir Michael Parkinson.

And from the bottom of my heart, I cheer Thorpe for being another public figure to be bold and brave and come out and shed light on sexuality in not just the sports, but the whole world. Well done mate and good luck with your future!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Yet Another Profile...

"Hello, I'm a human cyborg, model name JO4Y, sent back from the year 3024 to provide men of all types with sexual pleasure... Oh, and to save the world from falling into the hands of the tyrannical CeliBot, a libido eating machine who enslaved the human race in my time and his legion of EunuchRons. I come from a time in which sex is automatic. There's no need to chase, no need to cruise because there's an app for that. Just turn on your phone and send me a message.

I come with attachments to both top and bottom, and my oral skills have been peer tested and given a 5-star rating by GE. And after sex, if you choose to hang out, I have a built-in bar and sandwich maker.

My other purpose is to assimilate into a normal human existence, so I'm also searching for platonic companionship. Most human do see me as a humanoid sex object, but I also come installed with programs to watch and loudly critique movies, sing karaoke and oaccasionally play video games. I didn't often do the last one though because my great (x26) grandfather was the original Atari and playing with a joystick makes me feel uncomfortable. I do tend to prefer people who have a sense of humour and don't take themselves so seriously." 

To be honest, I'm not a Doctor Who fan by any chance, or have a fetish for robotic sex, but I'm triggered to try JO4Y out. I mean, the man humanoid is a descendent of the Atari, and you know what that means? He can play with my joystick any day =P

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

благодаря Nasko...

So after a lot of persuasion from my Bulgarian friend, who also happens to be one of my loyal blog readers, I've taken a weekend break to enjoy Sofia – the beautiful Bulgarian capital.

It's been almost a year since I last saw Nasko and I was SO happy to catch up with him and meet his boyfriend for the first time. They treated me very well and organised everything from sightseeing to food and staying overnight in a traditional wooden Bulgarian house! What I enjoyed most was to see the 'rawer' side of the small towns/villages outside Sofia. Bulgarian countryside was breathtaking too especially the beautiful lavender and sunflower fields, the lush pine forests and the mountain backdrop surrounding Sofia. Sofia itself is okay. It's organised like most cities but there's not much to offer except the magnificent Cathedral Saint Alexandar Nevski.

Honestly, Sofia was never on my list of travel destinations, but thanks to Nasko, I enjoyed immensely! I guess the old saying is true - GOOD friends makes GOOD time =]

Monday, July 14, 2014

Die Mannschaft...

Honestly you have no idea how thrilled I was to find out that after an incredible run in the World Cup, Germany came charging into the final on Sunday and defeated Argentina 1-0 on the shoulders of a goal in the 113th minute by Mario Götze!

Part of the reason why I supported the German was because I'm now £25 richer, all thanks to the World Cup bet at work, which I picked Team Germany and Team Greece. Plus I always had a 'thing' for the German. Now, please hand over Manuel Neuer, the winner of the 2014 Golden Glove award, to me! Das ist ein Befehl!

Sunday, July 06, 2014

Djokovic Vs Autobots...

HURRAY! I just found out Djokovic has claimed back the championship he won in 2011 at Wimbledon but was forced to do it the hard way in five sets after a stunning comeback from Federer. Great match. Real final. Congratulations!

The reason I missed the Wimbledon final was because I was in the cinema with a friend watching Transformers: Age of Extinction. In my honest opinion, I think the CG was superb and I love the fact that they introduced the Dinobots, but as I expected, the story was a bit 'meh'. Well, at least I had three hours of brainless fireworks fun on a Sunday afternoon =]

By the way, I have only one question - where the hell can the Dinobots go/hide at the end of the movie? I mean, they are technically robots and they can't really 'transform' themselves into cars or helicopers. It just seems a bit WTF to me...

Saturday, July 05, 2014

Pride London 2014...

After missing last year's London Pride, I was back this year for more volunteer stewarding, and although we experienced some 'homophobic weather' of heavy downpours and grey skies, it didn't dampen the spirit of Pride and freedom last Saturday. The parade was as fabulous and colourful as ever, and the LGBT community was OUT in force!

"#FreedomTo..." was the theme of this year's Pride celebration, and to me it means #Freedom to be who you are and what you would like to be because we are BORN THIS WAY! What's yours?

And last but not least, I managed to see Conchita Wurst, the Eurovision winner, singing live on the main stage at Trafalgar Square and she rose like a phoenix!

Friday, July 04, 2014

United We Stand...

Just wanna say HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY from across the Atlantic. Have fun celebrating and tell me how you guys do it =]

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Guilty Pleasure...

To me, having an orgasm is like a really BIGGG release of some sort of tension. Like just taking a deep breath and letting it out. And that facial expression of him at the end said it all - PRICELESS =]

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

One Panem...

Peeta, played by Josh Hutcherson, may be dressed like an angel but he's distinctly evil in the first clip from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One. The teaser clip begins with President Snow, played by Donald Sutherland, sitting on his throne making a CAPITOL TV announcement.

"Since the dark days, our great nation has known only peace. Ours is an elegant system, conceived to nourish and protect," he says.

"Your districts are the body, the capital is the beating heart. Your hard work feeds us and in return we feed and protect you."

And then things get a little bit darker with the President quietly threatening everyone in Panem with starvation.

"But if you resist the system - you starve yourself. If you fight against it - it is you who will bleed," he adds as an evil looking Peeta stands admiringly next to him.

"I know you'll stand with me, with us, with all of us - together, as one. Panem today. Panem tomorrow. Panem forever."

I've read the book a while back but I'm still really excited for the new upcoming movie! The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One is released in UK cinemas on November 21.