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Tony Nero, damn.
That kiss should have lasted for, say, five minutes. Patrick was such a jackass for pushing Kevin away. He was looking sexy, and he so clearly wanted Patrick. Such a moron Patrick is…
I saw Frank Ocean and stopped in my tracks. Dayum. I do remember Jonathan Groff saying that’s his celeb crush. That’s all kinda of sexiness there.
Elton John? No thank you.
Oh gawd I love a man in a suit; a well tailored suit that is. The only one that I could really judge fully was Frank Ocean’s because it showed the full head to toe and he looked great. The key to pulling off a great tuxedo or suit is the cut. I hate a man who isn’t wearing the suit, but rather the suit is wearing the man. Matthew Mccoughnahey’s tuxedo last night at the Oscars had the potential to be great, but it was very ill fitting. The jacket wasn’t fitted and I hate when the pants bunch up at the bottom. The pants should drape over the top of the shoe without bunching. Jared Leto pulled it off well with his slim cut tuxedo pants last night.
Overall though nice pics. The guys who wear suits and tuxedos above usually do pull it off well when I see them in terms of being able to tell they worked with a really good tailor. I’m more a Ralph Lauren kind of guy, but my boyfriend has a Tom Ford tuxedo (Tom Ford is so sexy) and the only thing better than looking at him wearing it is taking it off him.
Dear “Looking” guys: there really IS a middle ground between the tuxedo look, and the homeless Vietnam veteran look.
Also, if you have a boyfriend this month and need an idea for a present for him, go to Bed Bath & Beyond and get him a clothing iron. (Get one with automatic shutoff; most of you guys seem pretty ditsy.)
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