Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Binge & Purge

Hola, Kitties. Here are this week's binge-and-purge guidelines. Soak it up, Kitty-Kats! Binge on the below and for God's sake, please purge the latter block of resentment. Reign it in, trannies. Regin it in.

Wednesday Chelsea Art Gallery Openings - Rustle your feathers and head towards the Hudson on Wednesdays this fall. Art openings are great gatherings to catch up on the tranny trail with colleagues, besties and newbies. Free wine and provocative art are best for Wednesdays. Chelsea offers quite a robust listing of galleries to direct your rump to on hump day.

2. Merino Wool V-neck Sweaters: Cashmere works wonders, but we're in a recession, sweetness. Merino wool offers the softness of cashmere but at a fraction of the price. Wear it to work over an oxford - hell, even dress it up with a bow tie. Go casual and wear it with a pair of jeans, sans-shirt underneath.

3. Halloween Plans: Make haste, make haste! It's time to cement those ghoul day plans and get your costume in order. Don't be stranded waiting in line at Ricky's the day before Halloween. Group costumes are all the rage - even your TTT editors are making it pop with a surprise devotion to a certain Haus of tranny.

Old Leather Coats: Get it together, trannies. It's time to clean out your closets and get rid of those tacky, 90's leather coats. Bomber style-coats and buttery, slim fitting modernized coats are all the rage. Leave the past in the past - and the awful cow skin!

Closely Cropped Locks: Now that winter is upon us, it's time to put your #2 fade away and let the follicles flow. Slightly longer hair keeps you relevant and at times, warmer. Save your skin-baring cuts for the spring/summer. Let down your hair, Rapunzel - you'll be sure to have a tranny-trick climbing up that happy trail.

3. L Train delays: Even though it is completely out of our control, train delays must be purged. There's nothing like sitting in a steel tube trapped under a river because of "train traffic" ahead - and all while relying on good ol' American tunnel engineering from the beginning of last century. The beginning of winter unfortunately marks the onset of morning train delays. Ugh. I die.

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