Baggy, below the knees, and almost always with some sort of cargo-pocket situation. Frank: The thinking behind these is that they're not as boring as khaki shorts and you can still wear them with pretty much any shirt, assuming you bought a pair with enough different colors in the plaid pattern. Charles: It doesn't matter if the blue in your plaid shorts matches the blue in your polo shirt. The shorts are still ugly. Frank: Listen, I don't know anything about shoes. All I know is shoes are nice if they're shiny and don't say "Adidas" on them.
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The news: Social media is blowing up over the so-called "Pajama Boy," the featured model in a tongue-in-cheek ad promoting the Affordable Care Act:. This strange-yet- milquetoast ad might be a self-aware faux-ironic jab at hipsters, or just a weird attempt at invoking the Christmas spirit. No, really. And some more from the peanut gallery, not all of which went so far to imply he's gay, just effeminate:. And aside from the overt homophobia and general deridement of Pajama Boy's masculinity, the right was quick to hate on millennials as well:.
The Sewers of Paris is a podcast about how queer people's lives were shaped by their favorite books, movies, music, and shows. If, like me, you are a huge fan of Dan Savage's work, you've probably heard him speak at length about sex and love and news and politics -- but this conversation is going to be a little different as we dive into 8-track tapes, secret bike rides, family arguments, and a rule-breaking theater troupe where Dan honed his sense of shock and showmanship long before he was known for dispensing Savage Love. I'm so grateful to Ben for sitting down with me to talk about how Bugs Bunny and Jessica Rabbit made him the man and woman he is today, the strategy that he devised for making the most of Drag Race, and why the producers of that show hated him.