This doesn't sound so unusual, frankly. I've been pretending to be gay for years. In fact, I'm off to pretend that I'm really enamored by the costumes and scenery in Elizabeth: The Golden Years. I'll also be pretending that I think Clive Owen is attractive. Let's pretend!
And by Years I mean Age. Darned Papists!
Yesterday I pretended to be gay at the matinee of The Drowsy Chaperone on Broadway. I got so swept up in pretending to be gay that I actually cried at the end. See how seductive homosexuality is? You just pretend to be gay for two hours and then you've got tears streaming down your face and a burning hunger for cock--I mean, the original Broadway cast recording (pretty much the same thing), which I'm listening to right now.
True or false: Many priests are closeted gays. Many Republicans are closeted gays. Therefore many priests are Republicans.
The Monsignor is absolutely right: the only way they can cleanse their ranks of the dreaded homos is to make gay advances as often as possible. It's like getting someone to stop smoking by forcing them to smoke an entire pack of Marlboros at once.
Dan, can I ask you a question as a straight man? In your mysterious and faraway world, is the sky still blue? Does it rain candy?
Clearly this individual is trying to one-up Larry Craig.
"Io non sono omosessuale.
Non lo sono mai stato omosessuale."
We saw Patrick Wolf and the amazing Bishi at Neumo's last night.
Didn't have to pretend anything. It was full of delightful babygays who seemed the best kind of OK, and pretty happy with who they were.
"mysterious and faraway world"?
The gentleman doth protest too much, methinks.
*laugh* "mysterious and faraway world" doesn't sound condemning...it sounds wistful. "Oh, that I could find that mysterious and faraway world of unicorns and rainbows, where the air is thick with birds singing Broadway hits and men romp freely in the green, green grass!"
the far away world sound a little like the christian heaven, n'estpas?
and gay sex has made it possible fro me to visit many, many times --- even chanting oh, jesus, jesus, jesus and god, god, god
welcome mes freres
Hell, if Larry Craig can pretend to be straight it makes sense that SOMEONE can pretend to be gay. No?
I think maybe I'll pretend to be gay and suck some cock this afternoon.
Just for research purposes, of course. It's for your own good.
@3 Oooooh! The Drowsy Chaperone! I have neither seen that one nor heard its music. But apparently it's good, huh? I almost always get weepy at the end of musicals. Oh, Oklahoma!
Speaking of a mysterious and faraway world, I'm happy to report that Elizabeth defeated the dirty Spaniards while looking STUNNING in her finery. Stunning, I tell you. Thank you Cate Blanchett, for existing.
Avast, fer a swig of your grog and a gold doubloon, I'll tell you of a mysterious and faraway land, where many a brave sailor has ventured, never to return...
"England shall not fall, so long as I'm a Queen!"
In Orthodox Judaism there are no gay men in high positions who pretend they are not gay. There simply are no gay men in Orthodox Judaism. It's a religion of truth.
Only Christianity has this kind of hypocrisy.
So all those priests haven't been abusing all those boys after all, they've been doing research. That explains everything!
And I suppose there's a magic boat and flute, with a rather large critter named H.R.Puffinstuff there too? Where can I book passage to this mysterious and faraway world?
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