Sunday, February 15, 2009

Coffee with the Stars: Martin Mazza - Reviewed


After a short ride up a lift Damien Crosse was welcomed into Señor Mazza's apartment and introduced to his small and very cute dog, Joshua. [Who looks to me like he is a papillion, though I have never seen one that is entirely black.] Joshua, it turns out, is as naughty as he is cute and pisses and craps on the floor in the corner of Martin's gorgeously furnished apartment. But when you have a face reselmbling Puss N Boots in Shrek 2 that your owner likes to kiss ardently, you can get away with quite a bit.















Señor Mazza then gives Damien a tour of his abode, telling the lurid stories behind each location and giving names. Sometimes he pantomimes the action using Damien as his costar, as we can see in the tiny photo to the left. His apartment has been used to shoot The Electrician, While the City Watches, and Cachondo. This part was highly entertaining!


He then shows us his popular best selling autobiography and tell us about his song (that you can hear on Stag TV Episode 8: Four Steps for Making the "Perfect " Stag TV Episode or on Damien Crosse's Myspace. [I personally really like it.] Martin comments that he has another song coming out. He also works as a party promoter.

We also get a glimpse into Señor Mazza's refrigerator: soda, water, leche, semen, human growth hormone... Martin Mazza is a really interesting, talented man with so much going on in his life.

Another home run for StagHomme! I loved it!

6 comments:

Doug said...

The "Semen" in the fridge, another thing I loved, along with the dog, that I neglected to mention.

Tom Gaylord said...

lol yes the semen in the fridge is what caughht me by surprise? Tell us more! I'm a greedy cum pig, I'm so excited to learn that someone is storing it in a fridge lol

Ray Avito said...

I heard Martin's song on his website and I like it a lot. Add me to the "semen in the fridge" curiosity contingent...

Sue said...

Okay! The semen in the frige was in a smallish crystal cocktail glass, though larger than a shot glass, and there was about a half a cup (125 ml for you metric users out there) in it. It was white as snow and resembled coconut oil to me when refrigerated. The glass was almost full. I don't know how many loads was in there, but more than one. I'm not sure what use it was being put to. Beverage, face mask, and dog treat are a few that cum to mind.

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