December 27, 2003

Here are some photographs of the gingerbread house E.S. and I made.

This is the front:

Note the two gingerbread homosexuals with their gingerbread puppy. Note also the pink triangles.

This is the back:

Note again the pink triangle and the heart, which, while not strictly speaking homosexual, still represents a certain fey element.

This is the side:

E.S. tried to talk me out of the open Andes mint shutters because he thought they would fall off. Note the still-attached open Andes mint shutters.

I love being right.

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18 Responses to Here are some photographs of

  1. Jalal says:

    Well I have to admit that I have to take his side and say that if I were him I would also think they would fall off.

    I have NO idea why I am making this comment.

  2. sam says:

    Mint and gingerbread?

  3. Paul says:

    Too cute. You both did a great job. And I think the open window looks cute…Bad E.S. to ever doubt you…bad.

  4. Anonymous #7 says:


  5. Jeff says:

    I am hopelessly ignorant on this topic, but is a gingerbread house edible? Either way, it looks like a lovely big gay house.

  6. pm says:

    You’ve loosened up some…yipee….much better.

  7. tim says:

    Being right is always fun.

  8. Angelo says:

    Oh dear.

  9. very well done 🙂

  10. Chris says:

    Yup, that’s definitely the gayest gingerbread house I’ve ever seen. Wow.

  11. Paul says:

    Thanks for the link Faustus. And what of the dog…it resembles a terrier..yes?

  12. jadedju says:

    A giant dyke gingerwoman lives inside, obviously.

  13. Patrick says:

    Ok…I am sensing *gasp* married bliss. Before you know it, you are going to be hitting the road to Vermont.

    Cute house though. Is this a representation of the house in the suburbs with the white picket fence and 2.5 kids you are going for?

  14. RM says:

    Impressive on the house, Faustus. Much more spectacular that I had envisioned when you were describing it.

    And while I didn’t comment earlier on the birthday dinner post, I can’t resist doing so now: I was one of the two “young ladies” who Faustus neglected to mention (what are we, chopped liver?!), but I guess at a birthday dinner which consists of a large number of gay men and then two lesbians, the lesbians aren’t going to make much of an impact. Kind of like on Queer as Folk….

  15. Anonymous #7 says:

    RM: True. Nice critique on QAF. I never cared for it much myself. Sacrilege? Hardly.

  16. Such a cute gay gingerbread house. My mome gave me a hand painted Christmas decoration featuring what looks like two male snowmen hugging with the phrase “It’s time for burrr hugs” on it. My sister and her BF got a kick out of it as they immediately associated the “burrr hug” part with the bear culture in the gay community. It hangs proudly in my kitchen and I chuckle everytime I look at it as I am sure my mom did not intend for there to be the slightest gayness to it.

  17. Convivia says:

    Cute gingerbread house.

  18. yorkpete says:

    Mmm, that looks very tasty. And tasteful…


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