[cartoon of two white time-travelling men in loincloths, one in a rainbow beaded necklace, in a cave featuring cave drawings of a homoerotic nature. 1: “Archeological evidence in the form of cave painting and stone-age sex toys supports the idea that mankind had an appreciation of homoeroticism as early as 12,000 BCE.” 2: “Making prehistoric man more civilized than modern Republicans!”]
Context: On a popular weekly talk show, host Johnathan Ross is joined by his house band ‘4 Poofs and a Piano’, who are 4 fabulous gay men who don a shirt with one of the week’s celeb guest’s face on and perform intros. Tim Minchin wrote and performed this song especially, in the wake of an offensive article by noted homophobe Jan Moir in the Daily Mail.
(I know this was posted recently, but I wanted to add context and generally give Minchin’s genius more airtime.)
1. When a woman, while engaging in heterosexual sex, fantasises about lesbian sex. 2. Masking one’s emotions during card games, or altering facial expressions as a manipulation tactic.
To guitarface, guitarfacing.
1. When a man, when engaged in heterosexual sex, fantasises about gay sex. 2. The face of pure concentrating made when focusing on playing guitar, including platform-game guitars. This often resembles pain, gas, or ecstasy.