Bad Chico

(Nothing elevating here at all. Men’s bodies and mansex, not suitable for kids or the sexually modest.)

From the Falcon gay porn studios this morning, some underwear, with a caption of my own devising:

(#1)

Baddest boi

And it’s bad, bad, Chico Down
The baddest boi in the whole damned town
Badder than old Long Dong
And hotter in a tight blue thong

He got a custom line of underwear
He got tats all over too
He got a 7-inch dick in his pouch for fun
He got a tight ass you can screw

The underwear. No, Falcon hasn’t drifted away from its mission to provide suck-and-fuck videos in the service of getting queers off, but it has provided a venue for accessories and accompanying services, in this case the underwear from the Bad Chico company, flagrantly supplying “Sexy Underwear for Gay Men”. A display:


(#2) About the company, from their site: “THE SOFTEST. UNDIES. EVER. Bad Chico was born to provide sexy men’s undergarments, offering the perfect combination of sex appeal and comfort in any setting. Based in Montreal, our collection is available through our online store and retail partnerships across North America.”

The model’s cruise face in #1. The model is a slim twink, and his cruising presentation is a complex one, but more subordinate than dominant: his gaze is intense, but his head is tilted down, and his mouth is partly open in desire.

Well, yes, the parody. The model:

“Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” is a song written by American folk rock singer Jim Croce. Released as part of his 1973 album Life and Times (Wikipedia link)

The relevant parts are the chorus and one of the verses:

And it’s bad, bad Leroy Brown
The baddest man in the whole damned town
Badder than old King Kong
And meaner than a junkyard dog

He got a custom Continental
He got an Eldorado too
He got a thirty two gun in his pocket for fun
He got a razor in his shoe

(Leroy Brown is black, of course.)

You can watch Croce performing the song here (#3), on tv’s Midnight Special (in 1973).

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