LISTEN: Gay Etiquette Expert Steven Petrow Shares Holiday Tips & We Love The Nasty Pig Jeans Model

Nasty Pig Jeans

Say it isn’t so! Christmas is just 23 days away? We haven’t even made out our lists for Santa yet.

And while we’re not exactly in the holiday spirit quite yet, we’re doing our best to be merry for ya. On this first episode of December, we talk about shopping on Black Friday; Dale’s ass (again); Steve’s deep dark tan; Nasty Pig’s new jeans commercial (um, will ya just look at the photo of their model to the right; we’ll take that, Santa Claus); GetUp!’s tear-worthy new viral video; Pat Robertson and macaroni & cheese; we’re watching George Michael‘s health; and, we’ll tell you why you shouldn’t be giving money to the Salvation Army’s annoying bell ringers.

Oh, and did we mention that Steve got an out-of-this-world offer you’ve just GOT to hear for yourself. Dale & Scott were left with their chins on the floor. Nearly literally.

We’ve got out comic book character Kevin Keller’s interracial marriage; Dale & Scott prepare for their trip to Hollywood next week to cover the Trevor Live event; we’ve got our next pick for the best holiday movies ever; and, lots of news and gay hilarity.

And because we can’t do it all on our own, we’re thrilled to welcome gay etiquette expert & noted author STEVEN PETROW back on the show with some really useful tips and hints for all of our gay brothers and sisters this holiday season. Steven is a columnist for the Advocate.com and he’s got a book we know that you’ll love: . And now he’s a semi-regular on the Swish Edition. We can’t wait for his next visit.

You can listen right here
Scott Wallis is the co-host of the Queerty/GayCities-sponsored Swish Edition comedy & interview talk show. He’s on his way to L.A. to cover Sunday’s Trevor Live event and hopefully convince Josh Duhamel to leave Fergie for him.



Photo via Nasty Pig & Steven Petrow

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