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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Well, That Was A Few Lifetimes Ago

The first thing that ever got my shitty blog noticed by the media and blogosphere at large:

The Fab Five visited the world's most famous arrestee, Saddam Hussein, before he was apprehended on December 14th. Here's a preview of Monday's show: 

Upon greeting Mr. Hussein, Kyan the Grooming Guru immediately exclaims, "There's no excuse for nose hair. Ever!" He proceeds to have a frank talk with Saddam about the best nose hair clippers and other grooming tools. Saddam very quickly learns to shave with the grain of his beard, which greatly impresses Kyan. 

"Iraq has a very ancient culture that we bombed the crap out of!" observes Jai, the Culture Vulture. He continues, "And while Saddam might've been Donald Rumsfeld's dance partner in the 80s, we still have a lot of work to do." After Jai's lessons, Mr. Hussein will be able to tap dance around how the US armed him before the Gulf War during his testimony in his trial for crimes against humanity. A must see! 

Thom the Design Doctor's response when he sees Saddam's spider hole: "Oh my god, it's horrrrrrrrible!" He adds, "That makeshift ventilator shaft is fine for former regime members on the run from the 4ID, but that's so not going to work for entertaining at a Ba'ath party. We're going shopping for a lava lamp, some Led Zepp posters and black lights, and a magic carpet." Wait 'til you see how cozy Saddam's hole is after Thom weaves his magic. 

Ted and Carson also add their own gay, witty comments in this episode. What do they say? Well, you'll just have to tune in to Bravo tomorrow to find out! Five gay men, out to make over the world — one fugitive at a time... 

As they say, Good Times.

ntodd

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