Female celebs are not the only ones who can can go through a dramatic weight loss. Their pudgy male counterparts are getting in on the trend. I’ll admitt from the start that I am biased. It’s no secret that I prefer a man with a belly. Truth be told though it all depends on the person and how they carry the weight. Here are five examples of male actors who shed some poundage.
First is Jerry Ferrara star if HBO’s Entourage. This is the perfect example of bigger is better. I always thought he was one of the cutest guys in Hollywood. He was so cute! After the weight loss I can’t help but think average, forgetable, and generic.
Next is Ethan Suplee from My Name is Earl
. As Earl’s chubby brother Randy he had a cute dumb guy quality. Now he is healthy and svelt. As a skinny guy he looks pretty good but his forehead is ENORMOUS. Fat has a way of balancing out a large head. Nothing is worse then the former fat guy who is turns into a skinny bobblehead. My advice: Put the hat back on.
Poor Drew Carey. You built your career on being the lovable chubby everyman. Now the host of the Price is Right looks like a gay art critic. Gain the weight back or learn the nuances of Julian Schnabel.
Jonah Hill recently unveiled his new look at the ESPY awards. This is a tough one. Lets be honest, he wasn’t that cute before and he’s not that cute after. My vote is the after (thin) because if you’re going to be unattractive either way…you may as well be healthy. But will he be as funny?
Ricky Gervais has slimmed down as well. He is the only person who maintained his looks for the most part. It helps that he did not have as dramatic a change as some of the other guys. Before or after…he’s average. However it seems like he has become more of a dickhead now that he is lighter. So this one’s a toss up!
Horatio Sanz wins the award for looking a the best after his weight loss. However he looks almost unrecognizable! When I first saw him on tv after loosing weight I had no idea who the hell he was. Congrats Horatio.
I’ve had a successful year so far. I’ve crossed to items off my bucket list. First was being able to see the Oyster Dress (by Alexander McQueen) in person thanks to the MET exhibit. More recently I got to see Salt-N-Pepa in concert at the MGM Grand Casino. They were great! I finally got to see one of my all time favorite songs performed live! Rock on S+P.
I’m off on Thursdays and they tend to be very boring. Then I had a light bulb moment! Going to Alexander McQueen earlier this year at the MET sparked my interest in seeing more museums exhibits. Therefore I started to look around at local museums for interesting shows. I’ll be the first to admit that walking around a museum can be very boring. How many paintings of dead white people can you look at? Yawn. That’s why I like a special exhibits because they tend to be a lot more lively and fun. Last Thursday I went to the Chihuly show Through the Looking Glass at the MFA in Boston with my cousin Kelly. It was bright and colorful with a hint of psychedelic charm. It’s only around for another week or two but if you’re in the area check it out.
I adore these photos. Cupcakes, Ice cream, and glitter OH MY! I found them separately but I think they make a great pair.
This started a year ago. To be technical it really started 10 years ago. While I was going though the 8 weeks of training for my current job there was often down time between activities. Because I like lists I decided to make a list of everyone I’ve had sex with. The definition of sex has a big impact on the length of the list. I used the the most all-encompasing definition I know of. It was created when I was in college and therefore I call it the UMass definition of sex: Any act involving two or more people where the result or goal is sexual pleasure or orgasm.
Memory is a major factor in making a sex list. Especially because I am horrible with names. Therefore many of the men on my list have clever descriptions to jog my memory such as “Milford Southern Hotel Guy” or “West Hartford 3some.” In my defense I knew (most of) their names at the time…I just can’t remember them now. I may not know their name but I always remember the act. Granted it took me several days to remember some of the more obsure ones. I’d be driving home and have a sudden brain storm “Wait, what about that guy in at UMass with the JLo poster on his wall?” Writing this post has jump started my memory and there were several additions added in the last couple days. Ok enough with the rambling. Lets get down to the numbers:
The current total is 163.
I’ve played with 15% of my friends list on Facebook.
I lost my virginity at the age of 19 in Providence RI. His name was/is Pete.
I’ve had sex in 3 countries. As well as on a cruise ship. I’m not sure what that counts as. International Waters?
I’ve had sex in 8 out of the 50 States (+ DC)
I’ve had 163 sexual partners and 2 boyfriends.
About 95% of the men are/were older then me.
With that out of the way, lets look behind the numbers. As a side not, heavy making out with over the cloths groping does not count on this list.
As a reader you’d expect this to be followed by stories from the best and the worst. I can’t think of one specific time that was The Best. However there is a clear stand outs for best kisser. I won’t name names because I think he reads this blog and I wouldn’t want to embarrass him. But all I can say is that he had the softest juicy lips I’ve ever felt. Truly amazing. Best 3some is a tie. Each time a rare feat was accomplished, I was able to cum without any touching or contact with my dick. The first time it happened I was getting fucked and it felt like I was going to piss myself. I was pleasantly surprised to say the least.
This post took me about 3 days to finish. My main hesitation was revealing the total number. I started the post because I thought you would find it funny that I actually took time and hand wrote a list of everyone I’ve had sex with. I wasn’t worried about how people would react because most of my close friends shouldn’t be surprised with anything I’ve said. I was concerned that this was passing the point of class and good taste. I’ve always tried to live my life with a little dignity and class. I decided that there is dignity in being totally honest and starting a coversation. Here’s to the next 163!
I’ve made a decision! My decision is not to make a decision. For my 30th Birthday I am going to stop thinking and worrying about it. In an effort to change and do things differently…I’m going to wait until the last minute and go wherever the wind takes me. I’m a planner by nature. I like to know when, where, how, and how much. But to start off my 30’s I’m going to be spontaneous. Maybe I’ll stay home and watch a good movie or maybe I’ll go on a road trip. Who knows where I’ll end up? Now I realize I’m planning my spontaneity which slightly defeats the purpose, but give me a break…Baby Steps!
Also this will hopefully be my last posting about the whole event. I can imagine as a reader you are sick of my birthday before it’s even arrived. I just want to have a really good birthday this year. I’ve never had a bad birthday, but I’ve also never had a very memorable one. I’m taking the risk and getting my hopes up.
**So far to date my 28th Birthday is my most memorable. I did a shot out of Matt (he’s so hot it’s a shame he likes skinny boys)’s belly at Tommy’s.
|The real Winklevoss twins
I’ve been on a movie kick lately. Nothing beats getting lost in the story line of a good movie. Here is a recap of what I’ve seen so far:
The Social Network– I re-watched it today and it was as good as I remember. I’m still amazed that the Winklevoss twins were really one person. *****
The Blind Side– I finally got around to seeing Sandy Bullocks Oscar winning role. To be honest I never really wanted to see the movie because the whole idea of Sandra with a southern accent seemed kind of cheesy. Through the gift of HBO, I finally got on the band wagon. I’ll be the first to tell you I was wrong. It was such a good movie! (I cried about 7 times during the film) *****
Page One– This is the New York Times documentary. You can read the review from my earlier post. ****
For Colored Girls– This was a Netflix pick. (I’m getting down to the bottom of my list) It held my attention and was over all a good movie. Heavy, but good. The movie was based on a play and you can tell the screen writer didn’t change much in the adaptation. In every scene one of the characters has a long monologue that has nothing to do with the conversation their having at the time. ***
Horrible Bosses– This was a date movie. Again it wasn’t at the top of my list but I was pleasantly surprised. It was very funny. The whole cast is hilarious and the plot isn’t as far fetched as I expected. ****
Bad Teacher– I love Cameron Diaz in this movie. It was hysterical! If you haven’t seen it yet…it’s a great time at the theater. *****
|Michael Oher and the Tuohy family
*Next on my list are Crazy Stupid Love and The Beginners.
|Me with my cousin Pat.
I realized last night that I’ve never posted much about my family. Here is a little background: I live with my older sister West Hartford and her three pugs Fitzy, Archie, and Doug. My sister, who is 34, was married to her high school sweet heart before getting divorced 2 years ago. My parents are both retired and spend a lot their time volunteering in my home town of Waterbury, CT.
As alike as we are, my sister and I are complete opposites. She tells my parents everything where as I am much more guarded. The funny thing about living with my sister is that she is starting to realize why I am so secretive with my parents. They love both of us, but they also tend to freak out over everything. Over the years when I have let my guard down and shared personal information it has always blown up in my face. For example, when I was in college I spent a little over 3 weeks traveling through Europe as part of a summer abroad program. Before I left my parents were generous enough to give me a couple hundred dollars for spending money because I was poor college student. When I returned home I happen to mention that traveling had put some “debt” on my credit card. I made the mistake of using the word debt and that caused an upheaval. Money tends to be a hot button issue with Mom and Dad. I’ll save the epic story of when I left my job at Bath and Body Works for another time. (it was a major turning point in my life) I lovingly call it World War 3. The funny thing about WW3 is that it all started because my sister accidentally blabbed to my parents.
My extended family is somewhat small. My father has one sister who lives in California. She’s the aunt who found a smart successful husband and generally married up. Her three kids are grown and all live on the west coast. The last time I saw her was in 2003 at my sisters wedding. My mother has one brother who is married without children in Rhode Island. Her older sister lives locally and has four grown daughters who all have families of their own. Those 4 sisters (my cousins) make up the majority of my family that I see on a somewhat regular basis. Again, I love them but they are all about 15 years older and have children of their own. We’ve never had much in common but luckily we have been able to keep in touch through Facebook.
So that’s my family life. Nothing to exciting on the surface. However I’ll try and post some of the more interesting stories as time goes on.