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post #61 of 110
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I understand what you speak, the first sentence. For the second thing you speak, you have had a luck to make sex with lesbienne?
Why hws ... I'm a happily married man. But ... I like the way you think.
post #62 of 110
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Why hws ... I'm a happily married man. But ... I like the way you think.
post #63 of 110
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my best friend is female and someone i've known since i was about 7-8 years old .... i talk to her about 3-4 times a week and i usually text her everyday... she is an important person in my life... there are personal reasons why i choose to keep in close contact with this friend... ive been sitting around re-evaluating my life right now because it is setting up to be an epic fail, so i kinda want to try and make some sense of it...
Seems to me that realizing that you have a best friend and appreciating her and your relationship is not fail.
post #64 of 110
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My best friend is a Lesbian ... does the "NO HOMO" disqualify? I get so sick of this "(no homo)" crap. I'm very tempted to have a thread that disqualifies anyone who has ever used the term "no homo."

Ditto here on both points.

I've known my best friend since HS (20+ years ago). She only came out about 8 years ago. She stood with me as my 'best woman' at my wedding.

And I'm about to block every single person who uses "no homo". Grow the fuck up. The level of homophobia on the board galls me sometimes.

And for that matter, this thread reminds me why I'm friends with so few men.

b
post #65 of 110
Look carefully at yourself and your sexuality.
post #66 of 110
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Ditto here on both points.

I've known my best friend since HS (20+ years ago). She only came out about 8 years ago. She stood with me as my 'best woman' at my wedding.

And I'm about to block every single person who uses "no home". Grow the fuck up. The level of homophobia on the board galls me sometimes.

And for that matter, this thread reminds me why I'm friends with so few men.

b

Watch out "bra", only a "ghey" is friends with girls "because bitches ain't worth it unless they are choking on my cawk", cuz real mans don't have time "for no hoes who give 'em shit". If you have female friends, especially "carpet munchers", you are obviously "a pussy who is never gonna get laid". Because, you know, "a bitch is 2 much trouble to be friends with unless she is fucking u" and otherwise "you are just being chumped and emasculated". In conclusion, you are "a feggit".
post #67 of 110
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^no homo?
post #68 of 110
My best friend is male (a very rugged, manly man too), but his gf is a very close second, funnily enough. The first is close due to time and that for some unnameable reason, we have stood by each other while all others have fought each other and left to go live a lonely/fake life. As for the other, I think we just have a lot in common, I guess I'm sorta like the gay guy (I am bi, and I hang out on a clothing forum, so that sorta makes sense ).
post #69 of 110
People still have these issues? Is this elementary school in the 1940's in Alabama? Seriously, OP, maybe it's just your social circle or environment, but this situation is really less complicated than you make it out to be. It's 2010; the dynamics of relationships have changed. Come into the 21st century and enjoy the relationship you have. As for the "no homo" part related to the gheyness of having opposite sex friendships... as a bewarer or the ensnarements of all Molluskula, by the logic set forth in this thread, I'm the most virile manly man man on this forum. Yes homo!
post #70 of 110
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My best friend is male (a very rugged, manly man too), but his gf is a very close second, funnily enough. The first is close due to time and that for some unnameable reason, we have stood by each other while all others have fought each other and left to go live a lonely/fake life. As for the other, I think we just have a lot in common, I guess I'm sorta like the gay guy (I am bi, and I hang out on a clothing forum, so that sorta makes sense ).

I have never watched Brokeback Mountain, but I imagine it begins a lot like this.
post #71 of 110
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People still have these issues? Is this elementary school in the 1940's in Alabama?

Seriously, OP, maybe it's just your social circle or environment, but this situation is really less complicated than you make it out to be. It's 2010; the dynamics of relationships have changed. Come into the 21st century and enjoy the relationship you have.

As for the "no homo" part related to the gheyness of having opposite sex friendships... as a bewarer or the ensnarements of all Molluskula, by the logic set forth in this thread, I'm the most virile manly man man on this forum. Yes homo!

I think it would be really funny if the SF gheys started ending their posts with No homo.
post #72 of 110
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
I think it would be really funny if the SF gheys started ending their posts with No homo.

Why would we want to do that (no homo?)
post #73 of 110
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Why would we want to do that (no homo?)

It would be like African Americans using the n-word to describe each other.

I <3 the SF gheys. No homo.
post #74 of 110
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It would be like African Americans using the n-word to describe each other.

I <3 the SF gheys. No homo.

I understand now. Thanks for the clarification. But, continuing in the n-word example, does this mean that Artisan Fan will now believe that he should be able to use it (no homo?)
post #75 of 110
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I understand now. Thanks for the clarification. But, continuing in the n-word example, does this mean that Artisan Fan will now believe that he should be able to use it (no homo?)

You'll have to axe that ni**a yourself.
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