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post #3826 of 5301
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I shared foodguy's article about sardines with my mother (via email with a link direct to the LA times article)
She wondered if they were unable to find the scandinavian sardines in LA (or if they rated poorly and didn't make the list)...so I posed the question on facebook.

After @foodguy responded, my mom managed to find her way to his facebook post (probably because I posted on it) and make the kind of comment that you would expect a midwestern mom to make on the bottom a news article.

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That's what your mom said! (No, really.)
post #3827 of 5301
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

I'll do it. Could make for some epic trollery, and it would target perfectly the people I enjoy trolling the most. Plus, I was planning to do something to mock it, anyway.

Not sure how to "come out" as cis, though. Also, should I make it really descriptive? E.g. something along the lines of "extremely heteronormative cissy?" Or would that just be gilding the lily?

I'm open to suggestions here. My cis privilege means this whole "coming out" thing is completely new to me.

I did this, sort of. It wouldn't take the "gender" I wanted, so I went a different route. I'll start a DT in a few to chronicle any hilarity that might ensue and link to it.
post #3828 of 5301
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

I'll do it. Could make for some epic trollery, and it would target perfectly the people I enjoy trolling the most. Plus, I was planning to do something to mock it, anyway.

Not sure how to "come out" as cis, though. Also, should I make it really descriptive? E.g. something along the lines of "extremely heteronormative cissy?" Or would that just be gilding the lily?

I'm open to suggestions here. My cis privilege means this whole "coming out" thing is completely new to me.

You need to say things like:

I know this is going to hurt some people but I have to be true to myself

After battling this internally for years it's time I admit it to the world

I have been dealing with these feelings for years and it's such a relief not to have to hide them anymore.
post #3829 of 5301
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

I'll do it. Could make for some epic trollery, and it would target perfectly the people I enjoy trolling the most. Plus, I was planning to do something to mock it, anyway.

Not sure how to "come out" as cis, though. Also, should I make it really descriptive? E.g. something along the lines of "extremely heteronormative cissy?" Or would that just be gilding the lily?

I'm open to suggestions here. My cis privilege means this whole "coming out" thing is completely new to me.

We can be cisters.
post #3830 of 5301
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

You need to say things like:

I know this is going to hurt some people but I have to be true to myself

After battling this internally for years it's time I admit it to the world

I have been dealing with these feelings for years and it's such a relief not to have to hide them anymore.

This is actually kind of what I went with. I'm getting an interesting mix of likes, which makes me wonder if some folks don't realize they're being mocked. That being the case, I'm a little concerned that I'm not gonna have a real chance to troll.

Either way, link to my DT, since I said I'd do it: http://www.styleforum.net/t/380314/fun-with-facebook-genders-spin-off-thread/0_100#post_6933561
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

We can be cisters.

Are you cissy enough to hang with me?
post #3831 of 5301
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post #3832 of 5301
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad View Post

I don't want to risk hurting my NFL draft status.

You'll be too much of a distraction in the locker room.
post #3833 of 5301
Honestly, these gender pronouns are just another thing that you can subtly change when your friend borrows your computer and forgets to log out. (which sadly happens less often now that everyone has the app on a smartphone)

Throw up a trans or a female-to-male and see how long it takes them to notice.
post #3834 of 5301
I would like to know if Facebook will extend the same courtesy to people who were born of a certain race, but identify with another, like "I was born Asian but I really identify with my African American brethren"

I used to have a neighbor who put Ferrari emblems on his Honda - and invited mockery from owners of cisbranded automobiles. Where were you Facebook when this oppression occurred!!?
post #3835 of 5301
Is "intact male" a choice?

Ahh, remember the simpler times when all the right had to worry about was the breakdown of the family?
post #3836 of 5301
That is only because you are privileged.
post #3837 of 5301
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Originally Posted by Biscotti View Post

That is only because you are privileged.

With a pair of testicles I don't mind having?
post #3838 of 5301
One of the sorority girls that I didn't get a chance to boan updated her status with this quote: "Every man should be allowed to love two cities, his own and San Francisco." She didn't provide a source so I can't tell if it's legit.
post #3839 of 5301
Gene Fowler
post #3840 of 5301
Thats who said it btw, he doesn't post dumb stuff on my facebok.
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