Several years ago I found the perfect cock, then lost it.
Back when I was house flipping I renovated a typical '70s saltbox in the fashion of a '30s cabin and fooled a lot of people. (In fact, I MADE money doing none of the labor myself, even in a declining market.)
I'd refaced the '80s almond formica & oak strip cabinets with laminated pine boards from Home Depot, covered the paneling (and new dishwasher front) with beadboard and replaced the countertop with polyurethaned butcher block, cutting in a big white farm sink with Fusion River Rock "pitted" hardware in dark bronze. Saved the butcher block cut-out for the farm sink, sunk two Fusion handles into it, and hung it on the wall like some gigantic pop art cutting board, making it available to put over the sink to hide dirty dishes or create more counter space. Hadn't done it when I took the pictures but I also had the carpenter cut scalloped wood valances above that kitchen exit door and all the windows in the attached great room. The BEST thing I did was buy to old porch posts to dress up the entrance to that open kitchen:
I stopped short of stenciling a cock on one of the kitchen cabinets - the angled corner one to the right of the new wrought iron pot holder look chandelier - because I sold the house before I had a chance to do it.
I know what you're thinking. "Stenciling. How eighties."
But I wasn't going for any
cock. I was going for vintage
cock. A stencil
cock. Just one cock. Not to overdo.
I can't find that cock for you. It was the perfect cock. I'll never find that perfect cock again.
But I've found substitutes. At a certain age a gay man has to learn to compromise.
Submitted for your approval, these cocks:
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