Monday, August 24, 2009

Faggotry spotted at screening of Easy Rider




We all know it never rains once in Easy Rider but it does in summertime in Florida, hence the bagger umbrellas to protect the investments and asses of the old fucks and their old ladies inside the Enzian theater. Billy and Captain America didn't need these for their choppers but today's ancient codger needs them to keep his asshole free of raindrops and his Steppenwolf CDs dry as a bone.
As it turns out it was pouring when the movie let out so no doubt after they waited for the rain to let up it must have been way past their cocoa and beddy bye time before they got home.
The spiky front fender scared the shit out of me.

8 comments:

Nick said...

I bet homeboy's nickname is Spike.

Cap'n Cornhole said...

Glad to see that Mr. and Mr. Cyril Huze showed up on their kustom bagger. Wish I had been in town for the festivities as I would have certainly rolled in wearing my full H-D dark Custom body condom for protection from the elements. Great reporting there Nads.

Joseph said...

I think your headline is an insult to homosexuals in the fact that implies they would be part of such sissy exploits. After seeing the flick Pink Angels there are plenty of biker fags who are can hold their own with any biker. And probably hold yours too but that's another story.

The Hate Factory said...

Thats what you get for going to what you knew would be a total cheese fest. Wasn't it sponsored by Orlando HD? Who is the real fag here? The homo on the TentGlide or the bigger homo making fun of him?

Sorry I missed it...not really. That movie sucked anyway.

Cap'n Cornhole said...

Shane, it's an artfag thing. Respect nads' heritage.

Nads said...

Fuck you Shane, I wanted to see it on the big screen for the first time. True the movie isn't exactly a plot driven thriller but there are some great lines from Jack, also Toni Basil's tits and ass are so fine.
Cap'n, art fag this!

The Hate Factory said...

Dude, why didn't you see it the big screen the FIRST time around? I know you were old enough...maybe none of the boys in Faggingham would go with you cuz they were afraid you would try to put out.

Nads said...

I was 8 years old, I was interested in the Thunderbirds.