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Roo the Day

Gram Ponante
On the very same day, Colossal's Cherokee-fest Fuckeroos and COLT Studios' "Got Belt?" man-epic BuckleRoos shot one across my inbox.

According to the Kinsey Scale, you (You) are at least a little bit gay, so it should be no surprise that gay adult entertainment is employing the same naming conventions used in the straight world.

Or so I thought until I realized that BuckleRoos was released last year and the e-mail I got was to advertise a three-disc collector's edition. That means that straight porn has taken its cues from gay porn and has become, like you (You), gay.

BuckleRoos is a simple western tale about a couple of dudes who don't realize that true love is right under their noses. Here is a line from a review:

"Dean runs the show, feeding Josh his uncut cock and then offering up his ass for Josh to savor."

Fuckeroos is also western-themed, and the girls do their best with accents. Here is a line from the press release:

"Tiffany Holiday took it up her ass like a champ, and her scene's almost entirely anal."

See? It's all about the ass.

I don't have to spell it out that the entirety of Southern California will soon become gay faster than it has become Hispanic. Do you know why? Because the three-DVD set of BuckleRoos features an authentic magical belt buckle like the one Zak Spears, ZZ-Top-like, presented lovelorn Dean to give him luck in the bar scene. What do you get with Fuckeroos? An erection.

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