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Karl Lagerfeld and Friend


I'm sorry, that should have read "Friend and Karl Lagerfeld."

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  1. his name is sebastian, he is Karl's bodyguard and he is straight.

    Posted by: alp | Mar 7, 2006 3:55:56 PM

  2. I love this website! That caption was hilarious...

    Posted by: JCMNYC | Mar 7, 2006 4:02:00 PM

  3. Straight or not he's damn sexy!

    Posted by: chris | Mar 7, 2006 4:09:14 PM

  4. LOL

    I was going to say that it should read

    "Karl Lagerfield and rent boy"

    Posted by: jimmyboyo | Mar 7, 2006 4:12:58 PM

  5. I'm pleased to see that Karl uses protection.

    Posted by: jon | Mar 7, 2006 4:24:13 PM

  6. In my mind, he'll be gay. And his name will be Bruce Wayne.

    Posted by: Michael W. | Mar 7, 2006 4:25:45 PM

  7. Oh, and good one, Jon! LOL

    Posted by: Michael W. | Mar 7, 2006 4:26:36 PM

  8. So, he's the official fan carrier?

    Posted by: Joe | Mar 7, 2006 4:37:16 PM

  9. I hope when I'm a "gentleman of a certain age" that I'll be able to have scorchingly hot men trailing after me... who cares if they're on the payroll? Good for Karl. You go, Miss Lagerfeld! Work that fan!

    Posted by: Brian | Mar 7, 2006 4:53:44 PM

  10. His name is Sebastian and he looks like that and you're saying he's straight? C'mon!

    Posted by: JT | Mar 7, 2006 4:55:09 PM

  11. Europeans sometimes throw off my Gaydar. I can tell an American fag from a 1/2 a bar away but those French can be tricky.

    Posted by: Donald | Mar 7, 2006 5:04:35 PM

  12. LOL donald


    Posted by: jimmyboyo | Mar 7, 2006 5:43:53 PM

  13. King Karl needs a bodyguard. Who da thunk?

    Posted by: excy | Mar 7, 2006 7:15:53 PM

  14. All I can, sexy, sexy. If he's straight, even more sexy!

    Posted by: fred | Mar 7, 2006 7:28:38 PM

  15. Mmmm... a definate case of 'A hubba hubba yum yum'.... There was a brilliant series on BBC4 recently on The house of Chanel, and shows Karl et al getting ready for the annual show, over six episodes. I think we see the same chap in that too... so if BBC merica shows the programme, make sure you watch it.
    Take care, my fellow American fucksocks...

    Posted by: Philip | Mar 7, 2006 8:05:22 PM

  16. Of course! Karl is just doing what every affluent, gay, older male would do! If you don't have the body you want, you hire it!

    Posted by: Rad | Mar 7, 2006 8:23:00 PM

  17. Fucksocks??? LOL!

    Posted by: cafegogo | Mar 7, 2006 8:38:46 PM

  18. I wouldn't throw him out of bed. However, if I saw that thing on the left coming towards me I'd probably turn into a pillar of salt.

    Posted by: Chad Hanging | Mar 7, 2006 9:23:47 PM

  19. Wowee...husband material in my books!

    Posted by: coolurbanite | Mar 7, 2006 10:47:18 PM

  20. Right this second, I just cant think of anyone HOTTER!

    Posted by: Toto | Mar 7, 2006 11:04:59 PM

  21. Oh my gawd, he's so gorgeous!

    Posted by: Gilli | Mar 8, 2006 12:07:20 AM

  22. late response to Donald (see above)
    So French are tricky?gorgeous cliche..chinese cheating,Italians thieves,and German short-minded..Just tell me Donald,is it possible to be gay AND xenophobic?

    Posted by: Pierre (from Paris.France) | Mar 8, 2006 7:30:19 AM

  23. Pierre: I know Donald would never have intended that comment to imply that the French are tricky, but that the very nature of the Gallic culture impedes Gaydar. In fact, if my memory serves me I believe Donald wrote a scholarly article about how our term "metrosexual" is traced to the Parisians calling their subway the "Metro." I recall his conclusion being that the term applying to the ambiguous sexuality of so many gorgeous men is a result of the Metro being equally welcome to people of both sexes and available for hopping on and off freely, so the term would appropriate apply to men like this. Of course I didn’t have any coffee this morning, so I could be wrong.

    Posted by: JT | Mar 8, 2006 8:46:00 AM

  24. Alot of straight French guys look gay to me to. Much more than American or British straights. I'm sure it's a cultural thing, but my gaydar breaks down in Paris.

    Posted by: Ian | Mar 8, 2006 9:07:13 AM

  25. I am aorry if I offended Pierre, I did not mean tricky in the way you took it. Gay men are often stylish, well groomed and keen on the fashion of the day. The French often are the leaders of style and fashion and often ahead of the curve. So it is tricky for me to sometimes set my gaydar on track with the French not that the French are tricky.

    No xenophobia intended or implied perhaps the writing could have been clearer.

    Thanks JT - Yes I did my Senior paper on that very subject back in 1986, I am so glad you were able to google me and find it. It the academic highlight of the year for Penn State.

    Posted by: Donald | Mar 8, 2006 9:24:02 AM

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