Saturday, October 3, 2009

So Paris was Fierce as usual.



I got to stay on my friends houseboat at Place de Concord so the view was incredible, one way you looked at the Eiffel Tower the other way you saw Notre Dame. I spent most of my time on deck IN MY UNDERWEAR "sun tanning". I really just want to sit on the roof of the boat and have the tourist WOLF WHISTLE at me, which they did, which I secretly loved even though I had to pretend I didnt hear it! When not sunbathing I was on the deck EATING PASTRIES. Which I have ZERO qualms about. I would eat pastries for breakfast lunch and dinner and NOBODY does them better then the french. I had about 20. Which my friend thought was a LOW COUNT for me... He thought it was funny that I never even considered asking the prices when it came to PASTRIES but when we got to the meat counter I was OUTRAGED at the asking price... My priorities are made VERY clear....The meat was 86 EUROS A KILO though?!?!?! I gagged and took a picture.

My friend Paul took both Phil and I to the HUNTING MUSEUM, which sounds like a BORE but its NOT. Its TOTALLY FIERCE and basically is my total design aesthetic. Its taxidermy animals, weirdo modern art, weaponry, semi scary portraiture of things like KITTENS FIGHTING over a fruit bowl or SATYRS RAPING A LADY...aka perfect for ANYWHERE in my home.... Its VERY well done and I highly suggest checking it out. Its kind of a hidden gem in the heart of Paris.




I took Phil to the Crazy Horse which is another Parisian cultural event NOT TO BE MISSED. It might be my favorite place in Paris. the show was awesome and I bought the cd of the music, my favorite song being " Jungle Fever" which is exactly what you think it is, just a bunch of whips and cats roaring and monkeys screaming etc etc etc, the standard soundtrack to any good evening at home with your rican fuck buddy....
When Phil left my friend Uhain the BASQUE BEAUTY flew in and we did a red hot photoshoot with Exterface. They could not have been more sweet?! total dolls, and they got "it" . Which was rad, they also LOOKED 14. Im very excited about the pics but dont want to reveal anything yet but I think they will be cool and fun and a little sexy and pretty. I made some custom Slick It Up pieces for it so Im hoping they look good.
It was a great trip that was both fun and productive, now I need to catch up on all the work from being gone.....

13 comments:

rashasha said...

You're Paris experience sounds very HOV! The hunting museum sounds like a definite must-see next time I'm in Paris. Do they have a gift shop?

Wouldn't that ham be EUR 83 for *two* pounds, not half a pound?

Whatever - but I would like to find out how much per Kg that black-clad hot ham on the barge is???

Anonymous said...

Great pics!!! I decided the briefs were covering too much though, I think "Le Cobra" would have been much better for your tanning needs ;)~

(AWESOME sexy legs btw!)

-G

Jay said...

That first picture...I'd whistle too....fuuuuuuck.

David Mason said...

Oh shit Rashasha ! Youre right I had it backwards.... Edit!

LUCIEN said...

Viva La France !
- Viva La Dave in black

Eric Arvin said...

Oh, David Mason! Your adventures are a hoot. You're now my favorite person I'll never meet :-)

fairviewsue said...

The photos are great! I love the bateau mouche crowded with tourists motoring by as you stand on your boat mostly naked! And those pastries! How much weight did you gain??? I gained 1.5 lbs and my husband gained 3 lbs in a week in gay Paris!

I love the photo of you with the stag [or is it an elk?]. You look so natural. I had never heard of the hunting museum either, but will have to check it out next time I am in Paris for sure!

I cannot wait to see the new Slick It Up photos!

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JiffyJim said...

Fantastic post and, I hate to sound cliche but I'll go for it and mean it, thanks for sharing :-)

Anonymous said...

Did you check what kind of meat it was, certainly not pork or beef or we'd either starve or go bankrupot this side of the Atlantic. Beef looking like that in your pic couldn't have cost more that 10-12 euros/kg, pork fillet easily goes for 7 -9 euros/kg, a raw leg of ham for no more than 5-7 euros/kg.

Erik said...

Great post (and photos!)

witomski said...

Oh Dave...Paris suits you just fine....Joe

witomski said...

Dave...who's the suit lurking in the bushes gawking at you? Joe

gavin said...

Your life is so glamorous and exciting.

Remind me to kill you.