Share The Love

Dear Internets,

For those of you who don’t know, my name is Alisa Starr. And I make Snarky Cards: Brutally Honest Greeting Cards. I sell them in bars, from a box that hangs beneath my boobs.

As some of you also know, I’m moving to Seattle in October. Before I go, I’m planning on doing a few shows. One of them is Share the Love; a party on August 5th. Tickets are $15. And the money goes to benefit Basic Rights Oregon, which is an organization fighting to make it safe to be Gay, Transgender, Queer and Bi in Oregon. There’ll be aerial dancing, burlesque, dj’s, food cards, raffles and lots of other fun.

So, if you love your gays. And you wanna hang out in a place where everyone loves your gays, you should totally come. Also: if you think you’re going to miss me, and you want a Custom Snarky Card, you should totally come.

This is me, in my Judy Garland dress. Which I will be wearing so that the gays will know that I belong to them, at Share The Love!

If you don’t come, then clearly you are a homophobe. Or you aren’t that into me. Which actually, might also make you a homophobe, since I’m a HUGE fag-hag. I’m such a fag-hag that when straight boys bore/annoy me, I picture them having gay-sex, in order to get through the conversation. I think nothing is hotter than gay-porn. And I have a dress that I bought at the goodwill because I thought it would make me look more like Judy Garland.

So, put it on your calendar! Get your gay on, and your custom Snarky Cards, and help Oregon become a little more equal, all at the same time!

Love,
Alisa

2 thoughts on “Share The Love

  • March 30, 2012 at 6:40 am
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    Things I am jelous of:
    1) Your awesome boobs
    2) You Jusy Garland Dress
    3) your wicked cards.

    You rock!

  • March 30, 2012 at 6:40 am
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    and by jelous… I obviously meant jealous… or gelous or… oh nevermind. Spelling. FAIL.

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