Gay Bread | Focaccia Print

$7.00

Conventional wisdom suggests the gayest bread may be no bread at all. At its foundation, though, bread is inherently queer.

Focaccia: Much like a sexy vespa owner you met on your study abroad, this bread is charmingly dimpled, perfectly salty and has a name you can almost pronounce. Finished with an oily fingering, this bread is unquestionably queer. Equally fabulous as a sandwich bread, in lieu of pizza crust, or simply dipped in more oil, this bake is also legitimately Vers. Perfectly paired piazza-side with the latest André Aciman novel. (Yes, Elio can say fagcaccia.)

• Illustration by MouseMouse
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double thick cardstock
• From the article Our Gayly Bread
• All sales are used to commission writers and illustrators

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Conventional wisdom suggests the gayest bread may be no bread at all. At its foundation, though, bread is inherently queer.

Focaccia: Much like a sexy vespa owner you met on your study abroad, this bread is charmingly dimpled, perfectly salty and has a name you can almost pronounce. Finished with an oily fingering, this bread is unquestionably queer. Equally fabulous as a sandwich bread, in lieu of pizza crust, or simply dipped in more oil, this bake is also legitimately Vers. Perfectly paired piazza-side with the latest André Aciman novel. (Yes, Elio can say fagcaccia.)

• Illustration by MouseMouse
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double thick cardstock
• Comes with a square, brown paper envelope
• From the article Our Gayly Bread

Additional information

Weight 1.15 oz
Dimensions 5.75 × 8.75 in

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Conventional wisdom suggests the gayest bread may be no bread at all. At itss foundation, though, bread is inherently queer. Much like a sexy vespa owner you met on your study abroad, this bread is charmingly dimpled, perfectly salty and has a name you can almost pronounce. Finished with an oily fingering, this bread is unquestionably queer. Equally fabulous as a sandwich bread, in lieu of pizza crust, or simply dipped in more oil, this bake is also legitimately Vers. Perfectly paired piazza-side with the latest André Aciman novel. (Yes, Elio can say Fagccocia.) • Illustration by MouseMouse • 5 in x 5 in • Printed on matte, double thick cardstock • From the article Our Gayly Bread