commented on Gay Man Chosen for Pointless Job
I can't tell if you're trolling, if you're being funny and succeeding, or if you're being funny and failing. Because of _course_ there's no written exam to become a certified homosexual.
All our tests are oral.
commented on SL Letter of the Day: POOP!
"Actually I do not eat pussy. I think that is disgusting to put my tongue where either feces and/or urine comes out of. Or in your case, a mixture of both. Do you lick feces, Mr. Buttsniffer?—Rick"
Nearly 90 comments and no one has brought up this -- does he get blowjobs from his wife? What does he think about her putting her mouth where urine comes out? Does he kiss her after she blows him?
If he _doesn't_ get oral sex from his wife, it might very well explain his fascination with gay men.
commented on Spoiled Rotten: Pacific Rim
"So maybe my belief that Hunnam isn't a good actor is misplaced. But man, he sure didn't do anything in this movie that made me want to see him in another movie anytime soon."
He took off his shirt. I want to see him do that in other movies.
commented on SL Letter of the Day: The Gateway Toy
"(Gay vanilla is just like straight vanilla but with lube nougat.)"
I thought gay vanilla was just like straight vanilla but with extra nuts? That's how I've always explained it.
Nov 21, 2012
commented on On Audiobooks vs Regular-Type Books
I got into audiobooks while commuting an hour each way. Makes the miles go by much faster, as @1 said.
I also read a review of the Harry Potter books that said listening to them was more like listening to a radio play, and I thought, well, I'll try that. THEY WERE AWESOME! (Unfortunately, you miss some of the jokes & puns that are best appreciated visually, but you also get proper pronunciation of spells and HERMIONE, etc. Except for Voldemort -- they anglicized him from the French "Voldemor" (silent T) to VoldemorT somewhere around the 3rd book IIRC.
So far I've only tried fiction (and mysteries). I don't know if I'd like non-fiction audiobooks as much.
It's great to get the CD's from your library and you can listen to them in the car.
Feb 14, 2012
commented on Dear Huffington Post...
I think it's important to use "scare quotes" around words like "ex-gay".
The other side does it around marriage
and sometimes even the word gay
Alternatively, it can be prefaced with the term "so-called" --
Jimmy Orgybait, a so-called "ex-gay", was heard exclaiming, "tons of fucking sequins" at a recent sale.
Aug 4, 2011
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Name That Poon
@109 -- and so do men, per your interpretation (which I COMPLETELY disagree with): Oh, you're gonna make me come! Oh, you feel so good inside me! Etc. And sometimes they don't: Your cock feels so good in me; I love the way your ass feels. If you continue your line of reasoning, why don't men say, "you're going to make my cock come" instead of "you're going to make ME come"?
I don't think that saying things like that reduces anyone to a specific body part. I disagree that this is an "exercise in futility" from that perspective (it is in the sense that there will never be consensus, nor should there really be).