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July 7, 2005

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Bryanboy: Le Superstar Fabuleux
In the Words of the oh So fabulous Bryanboy. The Bosh Loves it. This absolutely fabulous beauty details his adventures in a daily blog, in his words 'Adventures of the new-moneyed classless bitch from hell.' From late night Gucci shopping to showcasing hot sex offenders, his Blog is a must read. You might learn a thing or two. Bryanboy lives the life we imagine Paris Hilton would live, if she were 1. a guy (OK scrap that). Thebosh is honored to tackle Bryanboy: Le Superstar Fabuleux in this 3 part Interview. Yes, Bitches we are stretching this.

My name is Bryanboy and I'm from a faraway, dirty, third-world cesspit also known as Manila, Philippines. I'm 18 (+5... don't tell anyone) years old. I'm a part-time fluffer, part-time phone sex operator.

Fluffer - a person in the adult entertainment industry whose job it is to give male porno stars blowjobs in order to get them ready to perform.

Drug of choice - Attention. Definitely attention. I've been sobering up my act and attention is the best drug out there. It's addictive, it's gratifying and it's 100% natural.

> Reading through your Blog's reader comments I see a lot of attacks, are you attacked in person for embracing all that is fabulous? BTW I see a lot of nice comments as well

Nope. I've never been attacked in person. At all. I'm nice and sweet.
Or maybe I'm just lucky. Seriously. It's just strange. I mean, let's
face it, I'm probably the gayest person in the world, even gay guys
are scared of me. I asked an acquaintance the other day how come I've
never been attacked or suffered from homophobic bashing then he said
something how I have this certain air of confidence about me that
instead of people acting hostile towards me, they just find me
entertaining and funny. I don't know. In any case, personally, I think
the world is one huge giant tupperware plastic fantastic party so most
folks pretend to be/are nice, at least to my face. Hah!

> Favorite Designers & Why? (Top 3)

Christian Dior/John Galliano for clothes (it's my personality I
guess), Marc by Marc Jacobs - cool, casual every day clothes, Karl
Lagerfeld/Chanel - fantastic accessories

> At what age did you start making luxury purchases, can you remember the first luxury item you purchased? Describe the feeling ?

I think I was around 13/14 when I first started making luxury
purchases. My parents taught me the "value of money" when I was much
younger; it was forced poverty at its finest. I was deprived of all
the good things in the world simply because they want me to value
money. It's funny cause when I was in school, most of my classmates
think they're this and that cause they've got all these local,
Filipino labels like "Bench" and "Penshoppe". And then when I got
older, I realized, fuck, these things are like sooo ghetto. I wouldn't be caught dead wearing em.

When I was old enough to be "responsible", they gave me my first
credit card and off I went shopping. Proper shopping. The first luxury item I bought were Dolce & Gabbana underwear. Black briefs. Oh yes. The ones that came in those tiny black boxes. Wearing them was like heaven. At that time, I thought, "damn, these are really good

These days, everything is pretty much a backlash against what I didn't have when I was young.

> Tips: we have a large female audience, any tips on how to spice up say an old navy outfit?

What's old navy? I know it's knock-knock-cliche but it's always about
attitude and personality. You can have a good outfit but if you've got
a crap look on your face or if you're feeling constipated inside, then
your outfit is pretty much worthless. Don't be afraid to get out of
your comfort zone from time to time, always be on the lookout, find
and explore things that you may like and play around with clothes and
accessories as if you're an 8 year old girl playing dress-up. I for
one, like to go to flea markets and look for fun accessories. For
instance, I have these favourite pair of $19 used and abused cowboy
boots I got from eBay and I've spray painted it from black to gold,
silver, fuschia, purple -- all sorts of colours. The key is to be as
individual as possible. Trends are good but it's always better to do
your own thing and have your own look. Fuck what everyone else thinks
because in the end, it's you and yourself who should shine on the
spotlight and not your clothes.

> And for the people who can afford luxury goods what would you say is the biggest misconception about wearing and buying luxury items?

The biggest misconception about people who can afford luxury goods is
how everyone thinks they're superficial. or shallow. or materialistic.
It's so so typical.

> I had a sweet tooth for Dior Homme, since I started working out, the outfits just don't look the same. Do you think skinny is better ?

I know how you feel about Dior Homme. At first I didn't believe all
the hype around it and have purposely avoided Dior Homme (I'm a Dior
Girl deep deep down), for quite some time, until I bought my first
pieces this year -- and boy they fit me perfectly without alterations
at all.

For Dior Homme, yes, I think skinny is better. For everything else?
hmmm... *thinks*.... yes, skinny is always best. One can never be too
skinny, unless it's unhealthy-looking skinny. There's good skinny and
there's bad skinny. Look at those AIDS victims and HIV-positive gay
men casualty into mind-blowing kinky sex and crystal meth with their
overstretched poop holes enough to fit a kingpin bowling ball. That's
bad skinny. Look at those anorexics who purge their guts out whenever
they take the yellow brick road to the toilets to snort cocaine. That, too, is bad skinny. But look at Paris Hilton, Daria Werbowy and
Jacquetta Wheeler -- that's good skinny.

Part II - Boshed > Interviews > Can you imagine, me getting pregnant one day and then telling him: YOU GOT ME SPUNKED!














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