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Gentleman Of The Month: Queat Harris

Back in July I want to see another production of my girl play "not your mother diary", and it was better than the first. However, one guy stood out to me and his name was Queat Harris. Queat is a spoken word/recording artist, host & comic from Tunica, MS. His desire to become an entertainer began with the formation of Know Good and the release of his first musical project, As The Doobie Burns, in 2011. It was followed by Re-Lit in 2013. Life happened and a hiatus was taken before he resurfaced in 2016 as a poet. The ball was rolling again and dozens of performances later, which included DreamFest, Local Legends and being a featured comic at The Hard Rock Cafe in Downtown Memphis, he's getting set to release his third studio album, Social Commentary. When the lights go out he's a massage therapist and father of three.


In relationships, what are you afraid of the most?
1. Becoming bland and predictable. The need to "keep it fresh" is a critical factor in monogamy. Humans bore easily and require lots of new experiences to sufficiently appease the desire to be stimulated in a manner that holds their undivided attention. 

Have you ever loved someone more than you loved yourself/or what would say to someone who love their spouse more than they love themselves?
2. No. I would never want to feel that. That sounds dangerous to me. A person with the capacity to feel like that could be capable of anything if the recipient of said affection doesn't reciprocate it. My advice: "It could result in a Lifetime movie, don't do it!!!"

Is there something you stopped doing, even through you love it or have you in the past?
3. Prior to now, I have never been in a committed relationship. So I can't say that I have. If I loved it that much I'd probably just get better at hiding it, opposed to quitting all together. 

What is your dream date/what is the craziest date you ever been on?
4. Breakfast in bed, spa date, dinner, dancing and top it off with doobies & passionate sex with porn on the TV & Trap music on the radio. 

What is your favorite feature on a woman?
5. I would have to go with my lips and I'm an Ass Man, myself.  Lips are a close second, but few things compare to a nice butt. "I really like your peaches, wanna shake your tree" (Stevie Miller Band)


What is your ultimate in life?
6. To stand with a double shot of Jack Daniels while reflecting on my accomplishments & gazing at a room full of people I love and whispering to myself,  "You did everything you said you would."

What's more important the spiritual or the physical of a significant other? 
*Bonus* The spiritual, energy will always be more of a deciding factor. Looks fade, but energy never dies and when two spirits connect beautiful things happen.

To Find Out More About Queat Harris
FaceBook:
https://www.facebook.com/QueatHarris
BandCamp:
https://queatharris.bandcamp.com/album/social-commentary
Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/step_daddy85/?hl=en

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