Ginch Gonch - Bookshelf
... we won't care what these people think anyway. Our group has unspoken rules. Underwear is important to us. Ginch Gonch are vulgar. Auss- iebums are passé. Calvin Klein are incomparable. Our ornate occasional tables are decorated with ...
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Best Gay Erotica 2011 is the biggest page-turner of them all, with stories that run the gamut of gay male sexual experience: from first times to one-night stands and from long-time lovers to explosive group get-togethers. Writers line up to get into Cleis Press' Best Gay Erotica series because it sets the bar for the highest quality of sexy, gay stories. With the the knack for finding seductive, literary talent, award-winning editor Richard Labonté is an icon in the field of erotic and romantic writing. This year's edition is hot-to-trot and globetrotting, featuring stories are incredibly diverse in both the people and the pleasures.
Even early on, there were several interesting pitches—nothing like the stellar businesses we see now, but I was quite intrigued by Ginch Gonch, a saucy underwear company with an insane valuation. After the arrogant president turned down ...
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Kevin O'Leary shares invaluable secrets on entrepreneurship, business, money and life. Can you make millions just by "visualizing yourself rich" as some business prophets suggest? Don't buy it, says Kevin O'Leary. If you want to be a successful entrepreneur and amass wealth, you're going to have to work for it. But the good news is: with the right guidance, focus and perseverance, you can turn entrepreneurial vision into lucrative reality and have the personal freedom that only wealth can buy. Kevin O'Leary would know. The much-feared and revered Dragon on the immensely popular show "Dragons' Den" (and "Shark Tank" in the U.S.) started his company in his basement with a $10,000 loan from his financially savvy mother. A few years later, Kevin sold that company for more than four billion dollars. In this compelling, candid and, above all else, brutally honest business memoir, Kevin provides engaging, practical advice and lessons that will give anyone a distinct competitive edge. "From the Hardcover edition."
I pulled on a pair of Ginch Gonch briefs decorated with fruits and vegetables, a form-fitting black T-shirt, and a pair of khaki pants that accentuated my butt.
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In "Best Gay Romance 2009," editor Richard Labonte has assembled the foremost of contemporary short stories on the subject. Jack Fritscher's "The Calamus Emotion: Love Among the Ruins" tenderly tracks a romance in letters set against the dramatic backdrop of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. S. J. Frost's "Semper Fi" finds a despondent young Marine looking for love in a Chicago bar after the death of the beloved Saudi Arabian translator who saved his life in Iraq. In Neil Plakcy's "The Baker," more than yeast rises when an overworked French baker meets a customer searching for the perfect pain au chocolat. Emphasizing emotions over erotics, these vivid tales of love sought, lost, and found show that however romance happens, however long it lasts -- one night or a lifetime -- love between men is a wondrous thing.