Weirisms: (WEER-is-ums): totally inappropriate and hysterical statements by fagtabulous Olympic figure skater Johnny weir.
I put combinations of words into search engines to see what quotes I could find. Please enjoy. I put links to the really good stories, so you can enjoy them to the fullest.
We loves. He has stolen the crown from Nick on Project Runway: He is so gay, he sweats glitter.
"I don't like to be called a jock," Weir said. "That makes me think of spandex-covered football players. It's not me. I'm in rhinestones and velvet, not spandex."
On his hotel room in the Olympic Village: ''I'm very princessy as far as travel is concerned, having a nice room and things like that. I hate carrying my own luggage. I hate trekking up stairs. I like a nice bed to be laid out for me, so it's not any of that. It's a little dusty, very under-decorated, the beds aren't very soft. But I'm enjoying it. I'm roughing it. It's the same thing as me going out into the woods."
On hearing the news he made the Olympic team: "My mom is getting drunk already."
Tips on proper tanning: "Make sure you wear the hairnet. And make sure you don't shower for two and a half hours, not three. 'Cause three, for some reason, it sticks a little harder. But I've been doing the lay-down tanning bed, and where my butt cheeks push together there's a white triangle because it never gets tan."
On his guilty pleasures: "Cocaine... I'm kidding, I'm kidding. Guilty pleasures -- I love a good steak. I love maxing out credit cards. I feel good when I do that."
When he sees someone with a knockoff handbag: "It hurts my feelings."
In his Louis Vuitton bag, he carries change purse, which holds a spoon which has been twisted three times: "It's mystical. There are powers in it."
"I love beautiful things, and if it means having a fur coat or diamonds -- or even if I want to wear a tiara someday -- then that's just the way it's going to be...I don't think PETA will ever realize that wearing fur is fabulous. But for now I think it is."
To a USA Today reporter who said he wore a boa to a press conference: "Is the writer from USA Today here?" (writer raises hand.) "That was a scarf, not a boa -- dead chinchilla, not feathers."
"...all of a sudden I was causing a stir because I was wearing a chinchilla scarf that someone thought was a boa. First of all, boas are so out. Secondly, I would never wear a boa to a press conference."