Do you believe in soul mates? If so, we’re pretty sure we’ve found ours in David Mason at House of Vader. Better known as the entrepreneur of fetish gear cybershop SlickItUp.com, we’ve long admired David’s taste in pinup models, saturated Saturday-morning-cartoon aesthetic, and personal arsenal of latex and spandex. When we discovered that our bulging heartthrob also runs his own personal blog, we decided nothing short of an overdose would suffice, so we read every single entry over the course of three hours in the middle of the night. The entries range from the personal (denouncing his own use of steroids, Halloween costume concerns) to the hygienic (reviews of teeth whitening solution and testosterone boosters), to the kitschy (videos of ’80s dance performances and Jean Paul Gaultier music videos) to the very, very pornographic. In a recent entry, David instructs “Celebrate Thanksgiving, go rape a native person” (NSFW!), followed by an image of the most hung top we’ve ever effing seen, plowing a young Indian gentleman.
Whether it’s a Grace Jones video or a photoshopped fantasy image of bros humping in a Lamborghini, the daily life of our slick and sassy dreamboat is one to be watched. A taste of what awaits, below.
Gays Finally Allowed To Worship Budweiser, Nudity And Sports Cars Without Committing To A Fraternity And A Lifetime Of Lies
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