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March 4, 2005

Perry & Barkums

A girl has always got to help her gay boyfriend attract more and more boys.

So I picked up this piece of mylar at the Azabu Juban Festival in Tokyo last summer...

It now looks like with dog in tow, Perry Lowe's gonna be a ho! Celebration!

They make their acquaintance:

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It works out:

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Making sure he doesn't poop and no dingleberries. All clear.

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Look at those paws!

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Perry whispers in a deep, dark voice, "You better get me foxxy men or I'll cut you loose, Barkums."

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All tied up and still a good boy. Wait, I was talking about Barkums, not Perry!

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Comments

Heather, I just wanted to thank you for Barkums. I got three dates as we walked home through Chelsea last night. Barkums is a stud magnet. I think it might have something to do with the static electricity.

Posted by: Perry at March 4, 2005 12:31 PM

Solidly, Barkums is a cute pooch!

I wonder, though, about its skin... Does Barkums require a moisturizer? I'm thinking something silicon-based... probably. Obviously, I'd be concerned about the final size of its Barkums once fully... inflated... given the size of those paws!

Hopefully, with winter slowly (and painfully) transitioning into spring, the need to check for dingleberries is diminishing.

I can but only wish Perry the best in attracting those persons with an affinity for... mylar!?! (Crossing fingers) one of these might even be Mr. Right - after a healthy dose of Mr. Wrong, though, no doubt and as is often the case.

"I had a dream but it turned to dust
And what I thought was love
That must have been lust
I was living in style
[with my dog called Barkums]
When the walls fell in
And when I played my hand
I looked like a joker
[for all I had was mylars]
Turn around fate must have woke her
'Cause lady luck she was waiting outside the door"

And naturally, Perry's winning...

Posted by: |mr|Darcy at March 7, 2005 12:35 PM

I would be smiling like Barkums if I was on the other end of Perry's leash as well.

Posted by: jimbo at March 10, 2005 11:47 AM
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