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Old 03-07-2005, 01:50 PM   #91
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I'd just like to say that I definitely prefer my straight men to be a bit gay and my gay men to be a bit straight. Probably the same goes for women, too, but I'm just a little fussier about my men (which is why I'm not as gay as I'd like to be, I guess).

Or something like that.
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30%. Stupid quiz though.
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I'd just like to say that I definitely prefer my straight men to be a bit gay and my gay men to be a bit straight.

you know, i agree.

the sexiest men are either butch-ish gay men, or sensitive straight men.

give me a strapping, jock-ish gay boy with a rugby build or a smart straight man with fabulous eyeware pushing a baby carriage.
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you know, i agree.

the sexiest men are either butch-ish gay men, or sensitive straight men.

give me a strapping, jock-ish gay boy with a rugby build or a smart straight man with fabulous eyeware pushing a baby carriage.
I totally agree.

Tonight I had dinner with two gay men and when I reported my disappointment in my low percentage of gayness they said that if the test was scoring my lesbianism then of course I scored low because I'm closer to being a gay man than a lesbian.
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I totally agree.

Tonight I had dinner with two gay men and when I reported my disappointment in my low percentage of gayness they said that if the test was scoring my lesbianism then of course I scored low because I'm closer to being a gay man than a lesbian.

maybe retake the test, but identify as a gay man at the beginning?

you and Madonna ... gay men trapped in women's bodies ...
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you and Madonna ... gay men trapped in women's bodies ...
Did you hear that Boy George and Madonna are squabbling now? I bet she wishes she hadn't moved to the UK, after all.

Boy George slammed Madonna for practicing Kabbalah, which is apparently quite homophobic. I wonder what Madonna would say to that?

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Boy George slammed Madonna for practicing Kabbalah, which is apparently quite homophobic. I wonder what Madonna would say to that?

well, considering only gay men still buy her records anymore, she'd better hurry up and apologize.
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maybe retake the test, but identify as a gay man at the beginning?

you and Madonna ... gay men trapped in women's bodies ...
So my friends were right. Now I am 56% gay. "Congratulations, you've scored right in the middle and are a happy and well-adjusted homo guy!"



But I don't identify with Madonna at all.
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I'm more gay male than melon or Irvine.
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hmmmmmm ... i was 50%.

i bet if i made more money and could afford $100+ shirts, i'd be gayer.

still, there's only one place where it really counts to be gay, and that's where the $100 shirt winds up on the floor anyway ...
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still, there's only one place where it really counts to be gay, and that's where the $100 shirt winds up on the floor anyway ...
...with the label face up. I did vote that $100 was not too much to pay for a shirt. Don't ask me what I pay my hairdresser. It's not that I'm rich either. The hair is a pure indulgence, not a lifestyle. But with clothes I'm into quality rather than quantity most of the time although a lot of the time I find that $100 shirt for $40 in discount stores.
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well, i pay $50 for a haircut and am sitting in a pair of $98 jeans (but i only paid $60! i swear!).

you're right to look for quality over quantity, though.

am all about the outlets these days, but haven't been clothes shopping in a long while -- which reminds me, i need shoes.

and a suit. all my friends seem to have decided to get married this summer.
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