Hunter Kazorowski made this needlepoint and sent me a photo online.
People send me weird stuff online now. Some of it makes sense, given that this is a pithy gay pie blog. Some of it doesn’t.
But I love my readers, and you guys can continue to send me stuff. Just not creepy stuff, okay, guys? Seriously. No photos of poop. Unless, you know, it’s a miracle dump and the Virgin has appeared in it. Then, okay.
No, wait. Not even then. No poop. I want zero pictures of poop.
Oh poop. What was I talking about?
See? This is fine. Perfectly handsome young guy sent me a nice shot of his lean body. It was coupled with these pies he made:
What a nice guy. He wants to come bake with me. Maybe I’ll let him… He’s being pretty nice so far. We’ll see…
I love the freedom of the internet. I love how people are getting less afraid to live their lives openly.
I love that there’s something about my site that stirs people to send things to me. I feel lucky. I feel grateful.
Here’s a letter from a guy in Montreal:
This is an apple pie,as denoted by the apple decoration.
I picked the apples myself, they are cortlands.
I have a tendency to put a blend of ginger, cardamom, cloves, and cinnamon into an apple pie, a balance that does not overwhelm the apple taste is essential.
The crust also has some old cheddar in it.
It was very good, though the application of egg wash was not very uniform.
I would bake a pie with you sometime if you would like, sometime when I am in New York.
I live in Montreal, ever been?
This be me last time I was in New York.
I like your site, very entertaining.
Tell Kazu we have a very good izakaya bearing his name in the city, people are lined up out the door all the time.
Did you hear that, Little Brother? Blake (pictured above) says there’s a good izakaya in Montreal.
Aren’t my fellow gays sweet?
This guy is pretty beautiful, right? He lives a few states away but he wants to come bake with me this summer at some point. Okay, I said. Then I said, are you over 18? Then he said, 22. Then I said, bring ID. We can’t have the neighbors talking, after all…
Oh yeah: remember that artist, Lex Millena? He finished the watercolor he was making for me. It’s beautiful. Lex is beautiful.
Thanks Lex. Thanks, everyone. You guys are pretty awesome. Jerks.