UPDATE: The T remains closed today (Saturday) due to the blizzard.
Location: Red Line at Charles/MGH
Imagined Profession: Internationally Renowned Neurologist
The first snowflakes began to fall around 9 a.m. and by 1 p.m. the exodus from downtown began as the T was shutting down at 3:30 p.m. As we arrived at the Charles/MGH station we immediately came upon this gorgeous hottie sumptuously bedecked in a black and white striped scarf. Notice how his scarf is more for ornamentation than protection from the cold. The pairing of light chino pants and white in the scarf go so well with the black leather sling satchel and black rollaboard office case. Topping it off is black hair and designer eyewear. We would have followed him but...
...we were on a quest to find ourselves a weatherman! And find one we did with the help of our HOTT friends Dodie and Mave (who were ensconced in their oceanfront home on Brace Cove for the duration of the storm). Dodie and Mave watched TV and sent us texts to guide us to our weathermen.
And at Boston Common near the Park Street T we found Eric Fisher of The Weather Channel! After appearing on a live broadcast with him (in the background) we got to chat him up in person. He's even hunkier in person! And a delightful personality. FTH was in Weathergeek heaven and spoke at length with Eric about why this storm is named Nemo (apparently Nemo was chosen for its meaning, "from the valley" in Greek and "no name" in Latin).
Of course, we had to try out our 2(x)ist long underwear graciously supplied to us at no charge by 2(x)ist. Once we all arrived at HOTT Headquarters we donned our gay apparel and lounged in these glorious long underwears while drinking Vesper Martinis. See our review below.
The fine ribbed texture of these 100% cotton long underwears was stunningly glorious to wear, too. Hugged every muscle. The fit was outstanding. So comfortable for lounging around in our HOTT Headquarters. But the true test is how warm they keep one outside in a blizzard.
So... we all went outside wearing only our long underwear (well, we had on winter coats and hats and gloves, but no pants) and walked several blocks down Beacon Street in Brookline. Despite the fact that we were only in our underwear we still were amazingly warm! Our individual reviews are:
FT: They caress me all over!
FTH: They feel so good I feel guilty!
GB: It's like being in a meadow on a warm sunny day!
RM: I want to wear these instead of cycling tights!
Nippy: The contour pouch cradles my jewels so well!
Basically, we highly recommend them. And now it's time for us to go play in the snow!