According to the bigger-than-Jesus phenomenon, Wham’s “Last Christmas”, the holiday season is about going to your ski-lodge and making mysterious eyes at a curly-haired x-lover girl, even though you’re super gay and have a thang going with one of the boys staying in the lodge (because for what other reason than being you partner, is he in Wham?). It would be much cooler and forward-thinking if he was the object for your flirtatious behaviour, and you spent the video tumbling around in the snow with Andrew. There’s nothing wrong with a man desiring another man. And when you’re Greek, you can always blame it on the butt-boogie in ancient Greek history.
Since we cannot communicate the entity of this pickle through our humble site, we’re gonna stick with 3 of the above mentioned factors: ski-lodge, girl, Christmas.
What George didn’t dare doing in the early eighties, Porsche did. In this design for Carrera, Porsche showed a progressive approach to designing a ski mask. They’re amazing, DJ Hell has a pair. (Disclaimer: we acknowledge that coming out of the closet can be harder than making progressive design).
I believe that dryer is on. Otherwise she would have kept the shirt on.
Tonight the Tits In The Shade / Disco Dick collaboration will manifest itself in Copenhagen. Read more about the The photo vernissage and party here.
Can you feel it? That’s jazzzzzz, baby. Or disco. Whatever makes the tits swing nowadays. For more swinging tits, join the Disco Tits party/photo vernissage this Friday in Copenhagen. The pictures will be sold framed at a reasonable price. Art-investors, get yo freak on.
These are Levi’s sunglasses. They called them “i’s”, and they’re made by Bausch & Lomb (the Ray Ban producer) which equals quality. The glasses are early nineties and very grunge – a phenomenon that definitely didn’t have anything to do with quality. Look-wise that is. Nirvana were good.
The tits remind us of grunge. On Tits In The Shade, everything about grunge is good, both sunglasses and tits.
Tits shot by Polina Vinogradova