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May 14, 2003

Cake or Death?

Nothing turns my head like a bloke in a dress. Especially a straight bloke in a dress with a gun. Mmmm-hmmmm. I like it. Who could this be, you wonder? Well wonder not, it's just Eddie.

I saw him in a movie as Charlie Chaplin the other day and he made me all giddy. Plus, his makeup is better than mine and he can wear shoes that I would never dream of wearing.

What can I say, from a great distance that man makes me happy. And he loves jam. What could be wrong with that?

Posted by kati at May 14, 2003 12:55 PM


I used to know a red-headed fella who was famed for showing up to parties in dresses that he filled out better than I ever could. As he grew more popular, he tended to go to the Gap instead of his mother's closet when he needed an outfit for a party.

I don't think he ever acheived the acting fame of Eddie Lizzard, though I hear he's been fighting crime on the streets of San Diego these days (without the requisite tights, tho').

Posted by: DV at May 14, 2003 02:13 PM

Ah ha! Finally we all know what makes Kati tick, a straight man in drag and heels! Kati, you could so rock those shoes better than Eddie... not to diss your man, but I'm sure your feet are much cuter than his and it's must be much easier to find high-heeled hooker boots in your size.

Posted by: Kristina at May 15, 2003 02:17 PM

kati: the answer is, cake.

Posted by: didofoot at May 16, 2003 04:24 PM

Well that's an easy one, isn't it?
Cake or Death?

"Ummm.... cake please."

Very well. Give him cake.

"Mmmmm, thanks. It's very nice."

You! You, cake or death?

"Cake for me too, I'm afraid."

Very well ... Give him cake, too. We're going to run out of cake at this rate. Thank you for flying Church of England - Cake or Death?

Posted by: Eddie Izzard at May 16, 2003 06:30 PM

kati, i must confess i share your fascination with straight men in dresses. the first time i saw the liner notes of one particular outkast album, where one of the rappers is wearing a flattering green sundress, i thought i would die. and i mean that in the orgasmic sense.

Posted by: erica at May 18, 2003 08:34 PM

she did too. it was absurd.

Posted by: michele at May 18, 2003 10:41 PM

Tremendous talent. Best adult humor on the tube.

Posted by: Tim D. Carson at July 30, 2003 08:29 AM

why, thank you, tim d. carson, i do fancy myself quite the witty blog commenter, but had never thought myself "tremendous" or "adult" before. thanks ever so much, but say, don't you mean computer, not tube?

Posted by: erica at July 30, 2003 10:52 PM

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Thank you for being who you are.

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