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post #136 of 180
I'm can't-use-quote-tags-a-phobic, so a number of you are really creeping me out right now.
post #137 of 180
[quote=amerikajinda;588401]I'll suggest that to him -- it's a great idea to volunteer for meals-on-wheels or some such so he can meet good people in the lgbt community.

This was your original quote I was referring to. But again, as I said above, sorry if I misinterpreted your original quote.
post #138 of 180
Let's just round up all the gays and put 'em on a boat in the Atlantic. Us cool heterosexuals can then enjoy a day of beer, naked women and target practice.
post #139 of 180
You mean like this?
post #140 of 180
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
I'll suggest that to him -- it's a great idea to volunteer for meals-on-wheels or some such so he can meet good people in the lgbt community.






No offence to both of you, but what you said smack of homophobia. Would you find the below questionable if used in different context, e.g.

Hey, perhaps I should go volunteer at the Red Cross so I can meet some good people in the straight community.

And no offence to anyone who happens to be Asian or black or of a certain race (for the sake of argument), but the idea of ..... is revolting to me. That does not mean that I can't determine whether an Asian or whoever is attractive, just like I can do so with art or a car, but the idea of attraction or even worse, contact with an Asian , etc is repulsive.


This argument makes so little, if any, sense that I am glad iammatt responded to it because I would have been a lot harsher.

In summary, here are my beliefs. I don't like penis (except my own), I don't think of nor want to be affectionate with any man and I have no issue with men who do want to fall in love with or have sex with other men, as a friend or two of mine have. How any of that would be considered homophobic is beyond me.
post #141 of 180
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
Let's just round up all the gays and put 'em on a boat in the Atlantic. Us cool heterosexuals can then enjoy a day of beer, naked women and target practice.

And yet, you still wouldn't get any.
post #142 of 180
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You mean like this?

I would kill myself. Jump ship right into the propellers.
post #143 of 180
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Originally Posted by GoSurface View Post
I would kill myself. Jump ship right into the propellers.

Why would you kill yourself on an all gay cruise? what the hell does that mean?
post #144 of 180
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Why would you kill yourself on an all gay cruise? what the hell does that mean?

Have you ever been in a room full of gay men? I can hardly stand that, let alone an entire cruise ship. Think of all the neurons you would have to sacrifice to survive. Memory loss is a given, how else would you be able to walk by last nights lay with any self respect.
post #145 of 180
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Originally Posted by philosophe View Post
Those ex-gay programs are pretty notorious for just what you describe.

Has you friend tried volunteering some time and energy to service and social groups in the gay community? Not everyone is a vapid gymbot signing up for more plastic surgery. Volunteering time to a meals on wheels project is a great way to meet good people in the lgbt community.

And, for the record, plenty of straight men and straight women--and lesbians, too--are materialistic, emotionally empty jerks. It's not just gay guys.

Ok everything's getting out of wack here -- I was just quoting verbatim what this gentleman suggested, "Volunteering time to a meals on wheels project is a great way to meet good people in the lgbt community."
post #146 of 180
[quote=edmorel;590008]
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This argument makes so little, if any, sense that I am glad iammatt responded to it because I would have been a lot harsher.

In summary, here are my beliefs. I don't like penis (except my own), I don't think of nor want to be affectionate with any man and I have no issue with men who do want to fall in love with or have sex with other men, as a friend or two of mine have. How any of that would be considered homophobic is beyond me.

That wasn't my quote - I only said "I'll suggest that to him -- it's a great idea to volunteer for meals-on-wheels or some such so he can meet good people in the lgbt community." which was repeating verbatim what was suggested to me by someone else... the second part of that quote was somebody else.
post #147 of 180
I'd love to be on an gay cruise. More women for me... oh wait...
post #148 of 180
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Originally Posted by GoSurface View Post
Have you ever been in a room full of gay men? I can hardly stand that, let alone an entire cruise ship. Think of all the neurons you would have to sacrifice to survive. Memory loss is a given, how else would you be able to walk by last nights lay with any self respect.


Actually yes (another easy opening for a lame GQGeek joke), I've been to gay bars and the like. I guess I can see the part about wanting to avoid last nights lay, that is the case for both homo or hetero.
post #149 of 180
[quote=lurker;589997]
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
I'll suggest that to him -- it's a great idea to volunteer for meals-on-wheels or some such so he can meet good people in the lgbt community.

This was your original quote I was referring to. But again, as I said above, sorry if I misinterpreted your original quote.

Yes, that was my quote; it was a suggestion made to me by philosophe that I repeated verbatim about how to help my gay friend meet better gay people.
post #150 of 180
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Originally Posted by lurker View Post
This was your original quote I was referring to. But again, as I said above, sorry if I misinterpreted your original quote.

Oh man I'm getting so confused -- everytime I try to quote someone now, it attributes the quote to someone else. Sorry - lurker -- you didn't say anything wrong, and I can see now that people quoting me may have misquoted by accident because the tags are all screwed up in some posts... I'm so confused... I'm more confused than my gay friend was at Scores.
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