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“COLT” comfort

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So last summer, as Dirk was unpacking boxes after the big move, a particular tank top of his caught my eye; it said “PRIZE BULL — THICK CUT BEEF” on it. “I don’t remember where I got it,” Dirk said. “It just kinda appeared one day. You want it?” It had a faded stain of some sort on the front of it, but otherwise it was awesome… and it fit me, which is rare because Dirk’s shirts are usually too small. I eagerly accepted my hubby’s gift. It’s since become one of my favorite tank tops; it’s super comfortable, plus people say I look hot in it… and who am I to argue?

Fast forward a few months. Dirk and I were in San Francisco for the 2013 Folsom Street Fair, and gone out to dinner in the Castro with our good friends Dolan Wolf and Kristofer Weston. (Kristofer, as you may know, is the lead director at COLT Studio Group.) Anyway, as we’re all sitting around the table enjoying our bulgogi beef and ok-dol bibimbap, Kristofer starts eyeing the tank top I was wearing… the very one Dirk had given me.

“I used to have a shirt just like that,” Kristofer observed.

“Really?” I replied.

“Yeah… in fact it had an oil stain on the front of it, just like yours does. Where did you get that?”

At that point, Dirk turned beet red. “Oops,” he said. “I must have grabbed it by mistake when I was out there filming Fur Mountain!” Apparently my hubby had been in a bit of a hurry to catch a flight back home, and had shoved what he thought was a pile of his dirty laundry into his suitcase. As it turns out, a certain tank top belonging to a certain director had been in that pile as well. Oops, indeed! Very generously, Kristofer let me keep it… and I still wear it all the time.

So hey, Kristofer, if you’re reading this… I wanna buy you a new tank top. It’s the least I can do for letting me keep such an awesome gift.

The oil stain, of course, is optional.
 

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Dolan Wolf, Kristofer Weston, me, and Dirk in 2013 during Folsom Street Fair weekend. Check out my tank top!

 

7 replies
  1. John Mcgillivray
    John Mcgillivray says:

    I just love you guys I feel that what ever is thrown your way in life you both have the passion to handle whatever together n have a much stronger love for each other keep posting I’ll keep looking n dreaming I’m in between those cuddle shots lol

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    • Jesse
      Jesse says:

      Thanks for posting that… it’s really interesting! Especially the part about hardcore vs. “lovey dovey stuff.” In the last couple of years I’ve been continuously surprised by the number of people who seem to be fascinated by the relationships that come about through porn — mine and Dirk’s included — and not just the porn itself. I think it’s pretty cool.

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  2. Adam
    Adam says:

    The threesome statistic kinda supports my theory that polyamory is the original state of man before monotheism and STDs took over the world…

    Anyways, the shirt story was pretty funny. Reminded me of my twin and I when we get into tiffs over wearing each others band shirts. If only he could laugh it off instead of having a blow out over it. The negativity in this house is inescapable sometimes (there’s an argument going on in the other room as Im typing this).

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  3. Adam
    Adam says:

    People often forget that movie stars, both in porn and Hollywood, are human beings and not Gods, despite what the paparazzi and creepy fansites might say. There is more to them than what they see on camera and objectifying them is an inhumane thing to do. Dont get me wrong, your both good looking guys but at the end of the day your people just like everyone else. There’s so much more to the both of you than moonlighting as porn stars in your free time.

    Keep up with the posts, its

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  4. Adam
    Adam says:

    A good escape. Helps me keep my mind off the unfortunate reality of being poor, overeducated, underemployed and still living at home at 24 in a house and family that’s falling apart cause of this shitty economy.

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    • Jesse
      Jesse says:

      Thanks Adam… you’re totally right, there’s a lot going on that we don’t share. People get the general idea, I think, through what we write, but we spare everybody (most of) the boring details. I think I’d lose my audience pretty quickly if I went into the details of how I wrote a particularly complex SQL query this morning!

      You mentioned in an earlier comment that there was fighting going on at home… are you okay?

      Jesse

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