A young Chicagoan's strange erotic journey around the globe
Say hello to Laos!
Some of the baggage belonging to our fellow AirLaos passengers in Vientiane. Whatever gets the job done.
How confident are you about getting from point A to point B when flying out of an airport without a proper ceiling? Willing to put your life on it?
Spray off all the chunks then dab yourself dry. Perfect
As the sun sets on our very European-looking part of Vientiane
Stop! In the name of love
Fed-up British guy in a condescending t-shirt
What the fuck is “salad cream?”
Top-notch Laotian advertising
One of the many lazy, stray Laotian mongrels with monster nips
If I were born with that many arms I’d be a millionaire right now. One man band, pimpin’ five different instruments at the same time – maestro central, brah, maestro central
Too many Buddhas, not enough hoz!
Me takin’ it in the ass from a rock-hard dude
Mouthful at Buddha Park on the outskirts of Vientiane
Art on the side of the open-mouthed guy
Same sculpture from the photos previous with people sitting on the top there
Two-faced son of a bitch!
Reclining Buddha next to a reclining dude uh-huh
One of the coolest places I’ve ever been to
Originally built as a Hindu temple in the 3rd century, Pha That Luang stands at 147-feet-tall and is a national symbol of Laos
Suck it Pha That Luang!
Patuxai – An Arch de Triumph replica that’s made of materials the U.S. had once upon a time supplied Laos with to pave airport runways.
The strange underbelly of Patuxai with depictions of what appear to be magic genies
The self-deprecating plaque at the base of Patuxai that describes it as a “Monster of Concrete”
View of Vientiane from atop the Monster of Concrete
Little sum’n to send back to ma and pa from the Patuxai gift shop
Sundown in Laotian town – taken through BluBlockers at a dumpy place known as Sunset Bar that’d been a stiff breeze away from tumbling down into the seasonally parched Mekong which it overlooked and overhung
Statue of 14th Century warlord Fa Ngum flipping off his Thai and Vietnamese enemies in VT
Typical French-lookin street in Vientiane with our departing tuk-tuk ready to blow this pop stand
The rough road between Vientiane and Vang Vieng
Menu at the sluggo haven, Happy Pizza, in Vang Vieng, Laos.
They know exactly who they’re catering to down in VV
High Swing where I saw more than my fair share of naked Aussie’s wide open Aus-holes as they did “nudies” before takin a plunge
Another bar full of drunken Western assholes and the wobbly bamboo bridge leading over there
Kathleen Osh flyin’ down the high zipline. Upon reaching about halfway, the part you hold onto abruptly stops and your body goes flippin’ and flyin’ into the Nam Song River.
Throwin’ down the usual SUCK IT next to the Osh’s and our Aussie mate, Harry
Me and my personal bottle of Tiger Whiskey shit-facedly presenting a mediocre ass to the camera somewhere in VV
Kathleen drawing on a random ass at some rowdy riverside hut of a bar
Action shot of my healthy stream raining down on a non-flushable dump-guzzler and the barrel full of “toilet paper” to the side of it
Tim, despite finding a random booger encrusted in the hair on his leg, not too hungover after three days of self-abuse is Vang Vieng
Me: Diarrhea-blastin and bile-vomitin with my “I am gay” tats in Vientiane airport
“Welcome to Luang Prabang” Loaf of bread at a local French-style bakery
Luang Prabang, which literally means “Royal Buddha Image,” is in north central Laos and has a population of about 50,000
Luang Prabang side street
A streetside billboard to remind you who runs shit in Laos
Aw youz a nasty gurl ainchu!?
Squirming dragon heads surrounding a pimp chalice
There were so many temples in Luang Prabang that I randomly wandered into without knowing or questioning the names of. Here’s_______Temple
Ornamental roof design on _____Temple
The entrance of _____Temple
Monks kickin’ it
Entrance closer up
Scary lipstick-face creature
I don’t know what any of this shit has to do with Buddhism, but here is some art from the temple in the previous pictures that features humans getting tortured in strange ways…
People being eaten by dogs, people getting sawed in half and a few possible decapitations
People on fire. Flaming tits on the right and an incendiary queef comin’ out that chick’s crotch in the middle there
Tongues being ripped out the mouths of naked folks
Get outta here with that torture porn shit
Door to the temple surrounded by slightly more civilized art
…except for this one with the guy’s head getting cut off in the front of the picture.
Finally, some serene, peaceful art – the type of shit I normally think of when I think of Buddhism
_____Temple in art – seemingly incomplete without naked people getting cut up and what not like in most of the other works at this place
View of LP from the temple
Some scenery you might see when wandering from temple to temple
Ditto the caption in the picture previous
Close up of the wall to the left of the posts in the picture previous
Mustache Mermaid Man
Nam Khan River
Foot bridge across the Nam Khan leading to some thatched roof huts on the other side
Locals doin’ what they do
Some dem pretty purple flowers by the riverside
The red-clown-lipped monsters are everywhere
Boat ride down the Mekong
“All you need is Mother Earth, Father Sky and your dear old Uncle Tony” – Tony Perkis, Heavyweights – 1995
Riverside estates. Not all people in Laos are poor…must belong to government officials
Everything looks cooler through Blublockers
Street above some random dock the boat driver decided to drop me off at
Does taking pictures of flowers make me gay?
Art for sale
Mother & Child
Wat Xieng Thong – “Golden Tree Monastery”
Stupa at Wat Xieng Thong
Enter the Thong
Inside of that “Thong-Tha-Thong-Thong-Thong”
“Snakes…Snakes…I don’t know no Snakes.”
Buddha practicing his O-Line pass blocking for the upcoming football season
Temple with the tent of a street vender posted up in the forefront