A Bit of ‘Fun’ Stuff

A bit of a mash-up today. Stay cheerful!

Take your pick!

The neck hang from a steel bar can be quite painful. This Korean hang is less so…

…although hanging by the wrists is quite tough too…

This show-off wrestler has something worth showing off..

This guy too…

A sign of the times…

Thumbing a lift…

Feel all chained up…

…never mind: we’re all in this together…

 

About tonycavanagh

Born Northampton UK; school Oxford UK and Oak Ridge Tennessee, where I met my wonderful partner Dave, also from UK. Oak Ridge is our main training base for acrobatics and circus stuff, but we also established a base in Wales (UK) to serve us when we are working in Europe. Our 'story', of finding gay love, learning the acrobatics trade and then of how we got shot at during our show (and worse was to follow - just to prove that the risks of being an acrobat are not always the most obvious ones!) are now available in my three books 'Loving the Boy', 'The Power of Love' and 'Against All Odds'. Links available on most blog posts. Actually, waiting for the imminent arrival of the first printed copies was far scarier than anything we do in performance. A fourth book - not about us but exploring the sadness of a gay Native American boy denied his true identity - is currently with an agent for evaluation. watch for 'Let The Future Find Me' in due time. And now to book five... another boy, another quest... seems its always boys...
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1 Response to A Bit of ‘Fun’ Stuff

  1. Platinumboy says:

    I recognized the location of the Testicle Festival. It’s held in my home state. Apparently, turkey testicles are quite the delicacy in Huntley, a top producer of turkeys in my nation. I have heard that hog testicles are popular, also. They are considered an expensive delicacy in Europe, supposedly on the menu is some pretty exclusive European restaurants. The idea of roasted testicles from any male is not for me. However, I am a “meat and potatoes” guy from the American midwest. In the recent past, I had the opportunity to sample some Welsh recipes made in America. Maybe they weren’t made right (My Grandfather was born in Wales in 1867, but Mom never cooked Welsh food.), but I didn’t like any of the fare. That birth year is correct, but I am far younger than that date makes me appear.

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