The images below star Alessio Romero, Ricky Sinz, Diesel Washington and Andre De Azevedo Ferreira. On top of the photo shoot, Joe is promoting the T-shirt line with the head-scratching blog entry excerpted below.
(Warning: reading another blog post Joe wrote recently will lead you to encounter more information than you care to know about a certain porn director. I can’t link to that entry here because I don’t want to die.)
it always amazes me that some people are so closed minded that when i tell them i was a hustler for YEARS, literally…people actually find that offensive, and even say that that isn’t work. honey, u let an old man who just took his dentures out blow u, and then u tell me that wasn’t work. WERQ!
u try fucking a trannie, and tell me that wasn’t the hardest thing to do…IF u could do it at all…now, i love to get fucked, but i am a lazy bottom, cause i am just not one of these fags who only eats tick tacks for 3 weeks before i get fucked. i don’t plan it..so if some of yesterdays burrito is on ur meat when u pull out, get over it…ok? when u fuck a man, or a woman, in the ASS, u better expect, SOMETHING just may come out…
…ok, so, what was my point.
Your point, Joe, is that your T-shirts are triple threats: one part fashion, one part cum-rag and one part towel for wiping up the burrito residue you leave all over your partner’s dick. Email Joe to order them!
Should you wish to view raw video footage from the shoot, visit Diesel Washington’s blog.
j/o if you wear it, they will cum (Joe Oppedisano)
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