This weekend will be mental!! I and my lovely, cute, adorable little gay landlord will be going to one of the biggest gay festivals in the UK! All in London, Victoria Park!
I thought to myself – if you can’t beat them, join them! He is so right for me – even though he likes men – he told me already that if he were straight, he would have been already on one knee with his hand out proposing away so I kinda get he’s feeling it too. And he’s not being a jerk about it either like some guys I used to know. I mean, I know it’s ego-boosting to see a girl fall head over heels in love with you, but you don’t have to be childish and shout it to the whole world and laugh about it! (Thank you Dan, asshole).
He is kind, he is smart, he is important (“The Help”).
So, back on track. We’re going to a GAY Festival. Meaning we’ll see a lot of this:
We spent a while talking about what we’re going to wear (as he does not want to show off his pecs nor does he want to go there wearing pink or feathers). I already decided on one of my Hell Bunny dresses that fits me (for some reason most of my dresses have trouble fitting on me because of my chest). He is thinking about wearing a pair of black jeans and a cool t-shirt. I sooo hope it won’t rain or be cold and nasty – because being the cheap asses that we are, we are going to walk from the Victoria Bus station to the park (which will take roughly 2h).
We also bought really cheap bus tickets from Northampton to London (£17 for a roundtrip) and considering how much the tickets were (£45) we will be in a lot of trouble if we’re not careful with the spending. Why is there always so much month at the end of the money?
Either way, it looks like it’s going to be a really good weekend!
PS: Do you think they’ll let me in? He’ll definitely be allowed in ’cause he’s gay but me… I’m straight as a pole. Maybe I can say I’m a drag queen or post-op 🙂 I hope they won’t make me Kiss a Girl to be able to get in.
NT Live Frankenstein with Johnny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch
Since I was very young, I had a much favourite book that I would re-read occasionally – especially when questioning my relationship with the world, with my parents or with where I was going and what I was doing. You probably know which book I’m talking about based on the title of this post – Frankenstein…. Read more »
Posted on May 12, 2021 by theFerkel