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  1. Think that's bad? Try dressing like a ghost down here at Halloween
  2. I really did know years before he did. He came out when he was 19. He told me first before he told mom and dad. It started with "I have to tell you something" and ended with me saying "Well no s**t"
  3. I'm not completely ignorant, I am familiar enough to know that if I were on the team I would be considered a bear
  4. Nothing like watching a couple of straight dudes explain what gay people think, huh?
  5. Now, I'm sure the ratio of women who chose to be gay is exponentially higher than that of men. Look at the options when you switch teams. And the obligations...
  6. I don't think this is a question straight people can comprehend. Being gay might be a choice for some people, I don't know, but I knew my little brother was gay before he did. No kidding, he was effeminate and had the stereotypical affectations when he was 5 or 6 years old. He was proof to me that at least some homosexuals are born that way
  7. I was going to post a link, but even with a warning the language is so vulgar that I'm sure it would be reported and taken down. That being said, if you have that sense of humor, go on YouTube and look up "Ralphie May: I want the rainbow back" Ralphie was one of my favorite comics, he didn't hold anything back against anyone. The clip I am referring to has vile, horrible language with explicit sexual references, so if you don't want to hear it don't watch it. If you have the sense of humor I do, it's a very fitting clip to go along with this story. What if the young girl just likes rainbows?
  8. As a man, let me warn you ladies against taking the moral high ground on these basic life functions. Push us here, and we will revert to more animalistic behavior, creating even more work for you
  9. That's the beauty of it, that's the trigger mechanism that activates the system. Minimal user input, but it takes a little getting used to
  10. So far from the CES I have seen a TV that will rotate 90 degrees, a smartphone that will fold in half, and now a TP robot. Here's my invention for all these techies, the LFGBot_15801: it will flip you 90 degrees, fold you in half, and bring toilet paper from any room in the house to shove straight up your
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