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30 thoughts on “Everything Old Is New / Todo Lo Viejo es Nuevo”
Fran, *sigh*, He could be naked and still look good! Oh, wait….. 🙂 Very dapper.
A girl can dream, huh Deedles? Is this the same Fran of the parm cheese grating Fran?
I like dreamin’! It has to be the same Fran. Two sexy men named Fran living so close to the guys would just be so unfair to the rest of us jealous bitches!
Yep. It’s short for Francisco. He sometimes tries to go by Frank… but no one seems to pick up on it. Besides a Spaniard pronouncing Frank sounds like he’s saying Fran.
Oh, yeah, it’s the same Fran. A many of so many talents.
Do you think he could? Really?
You’re darn tootin’ he could!
I have a similar outfit! And a vest is a great piece to mix and match with suits to denim and tees. I think every guy should own a paper boy hat and a wool coat. Fran certainty makes it look very sexy.
I want pictures, Maddie! We’ve seen you with a face in drag, and headless (the one on your neck) in skimpy drawers. I wanna see this outfit! Wear a mask if you want to keep your secret identity, Bratman!
When you say Maddie, do you mean Steve?
We’ve already established that it’s weird if I call him Steve 🙂 Whether in drag or drawers, he will always be Maddie to me!
The staff have a “look” they’re supposed to sport at work. Unbleached shirt and tan pants. No one wears it better than Fran.
Someplace I have a black hat like that, I bought it in Rome, the vendor described it as “an old man’s hat.” I love it.
It’s got a variety of names, but I’ve never hear “old man’s hat.” What a great sales pitch.
I agree with Deedles about Nekkid Fran, though he rocks the clothes, too.
Fran rocks anything.
Son has an British Flat Cap ? that Daughter bought him years ago. He wears it in our cooler weather. It looks so good on him much like your charming friend.
I love the flat cap I think I’d be self-conscious wearing it.
That fellow looks a bit like a young John Travolta
Better. Much better.
(drooling over fran)
You’re all going to make him blush (which is easy).
It is a heartwarming spectacle.
Well, it warms a certain part of my anatomy. Don’t think it’s the heart, tho. Just sayin’
Yep, Fran is definitely blushing now.
Peter Allen? Really? 😉
Walt the Fourth:
Well, he DID write the song. But really it’s because it’s the only version I could find with Spanish subtitles.
All is forgiven. Because, Fran.
Walt the Fourth: Thank god for Fran.