Goths, I love 'em! I even used to be one for a bit (well, I was a Didi-Goth for at least 6 months). But there's one thing that troubles me about our cheery friends: what to do they do in summer? All that makeup, long black leather and rubber must get very sticky. I think we should show our respect for these poor unfortunates, struggling to stand out from the vanilla crowd despite blazing temperatures and sunshine that puts the rest of us in shorts and vest tops. Join me in celebrating the majesty of the Goth, who, eschewing any practicality whatever, still has the commitment to don a full length leather trenchcoat, stupid New Rock boots, and half a Superdrug counter of makeup. All hail the Hot Goth!


Thanks to Kelley at Butt Blog

Gothiness: 7 Sweatiness: 5
Now that's the way to do it Gothettes!
(no, I'm not a perv. honest)


Anonymous said...

I am a perv, and while I love to laugh at this blog so much it hurts - the girl on the left is hot -

_carrie said...

Now, would they get a sunburn/tan with the fishnet pattern? That could be pretty cool actually.

Miranda said...

This is fabulous! :D

SteamboatFatty said...

I have to agree with Anonymous. After an absence of several months on this fantastic site, I return to see an increasing array of HottieGoths.

Is it the awakening of deeply suppressed feelings?

Or is it just pervy lust for a taste of the unknown.

All immaterial really - I'd never get anywhere with Goth chics cos I've got a suntan

GothsinHotWeather said...

I see your point SteamboatFatty (nice moniker by the way), but the truth is far more banal - nobody has sent in any shots of fuglys in ages. Come on people! Get the less fortunate Goth pics in!

The Steampunk said...

Don't let your bronzed bod stop you, SbF, it's never gotten in my way...
...and if they do give you lip just tell them that your inner darkness has reached critical mass and it's starting to ooze out through your pores.

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