Asphyxia was having a tough time finding a cute outfit, so she called Kim for help.
Kim could not be more excited to hear those words. Even though it wasn’t exactly what Asphyxia meant, this resulted in some seriously hot lesbian sex! Haha, they looked so amazing!
I love it. Watch the rest of it here.
Last night I went to the Motley Crue/Alice Cooper concert at the Hollywood Bowl! As most of you know this is Motley Crue’s final tour ever. I am a little too young to have been able to see them in their prime (my neurotic Jewish mom was certainly not the time to take me to hair metal shows at the age of 9). I was able to see them on two of their reunion tours in the past, both were festivals where lots of other bands played … going to a concert where it was just them and another band was a much better experience. I am glad I did it!
When I turned 9 (in 1989) – my father got some kind of promotion at work, and as a Hanukkah gift to the family he got us cable TV. I didn’t really have many friends at that age. I was starting to become a person and I was figuring out who I was and what kind of stuff I was into… and whether it turned out to be for better or for worse, watching MTV was a big part of me finding my identity. MTV was different back then. It actually played music.
I was infatuated with Motley Crue. The first exposure I ever had to them was their Home Sweet Home music video which was basically a montage of a bunch of live shows of theirs. There was a part of that video where a girl on someone’s shoulders at a concert lifted her top and leaving a blur on her big silicone breasts and she was screaming “I love you!!!” … and all I could think was… man… I WANT TO BE THERE! THIS IS SO COOL!
(I definitely borrowed those last two photos from Nikki Sixx’s instagram – he had better pictures!! haha)
I became glued to the little TV in my room, watching MTV, just waiting for the next Motley Crue video to come on. It was the highlight of my evening. I would attempt to put on my mom’s lipstick and try to tease my hair and pretend I was there.
A few years later I found punk rock… and then forgot about Motley Crue. But then at about the age of 21 – when everything from the 80’s became cool again, I started listening to them again and developed a whole new appreciation for the band. Then after reading their biography “The Dirt”… I felt an emotional attachment to them.
So yeah. I know I did not grow up in Hollywood and I was too young to be anything close to a Girls Girls Girls type girl… but I love Motley Crue! I was glad to be at the show.
And PS, Alice Cooper was fucking awesome.
That guy is my hero!