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#291 - tomatoesauce (03/24/2013) [-]
who put the i'm not here anymore sign up
User avatar #294 to #291 - freddyhollensen (03/24/2013) [-]
Someone who's not here...
#295 to #294 - tomatoesauce (03/24/2013) [-]
well, maybe he has explosive diarrhea or something so he will miss the whole thing that they are doing. somebody had to have put that up.
User avatar #296 to #295 - freddyhollensen (03/24/2013) [-]
In all seriousness though, the sign is presumably there to symbolize someone who committed suicide if it wasn't obvious. ;)
#297 to #296 - tomatoesauce (03/24/2013) [-]
i know...

I am just an ass
User avatar #342 to #297 - neutralgray (03/24/2013) [-]
I laughed at first. Then it clicked in my head what it was saying.
User avatar #307 to #297 - freddyhollensen (03/24/2013) [-]
Yeah me too, my first comment was a joke... But I just have a hard time joking about these things, this is one of the topics I feel is not being taken serious enough.


I remember a time when I was at a bar with my some friends, one of my best friends is openly gay and have been for a while. Four soccer fans/hooligan types were sitting next to our table, and one of em says the roughly translated phrase ''gay people are ******* disgusting, I hate every one of them, they don't deserve to live'' etc. etc.

Being the only man in our group I felt obliged to do something about it, I tell my friends to sit tight and watch me go tell this guy a thing or two, as I stand up and light my cig, my gay friend grabs my arm and sits me down, tells me people can feel the way they want, that it's none of our business (Though he probably just wanted to avoid conflict)... I regret that I let myself be talked into not doing anything about it, even if my gay friend didn't want me to.

Having the opinion that gay people are disgusting is not acceptable in my book, it is no different than saying black people are of lesser intelligence.

Racism and homophobia have the same stench to it.
#311 to #307 - tomatoesauce (03/24/2013) [-]
does this friend want to be a girl or something? you said you were the only man in the group. gay people can be manly too.
User avatar #323 to #311 - freddyhollensen (03/24/2013) [-]
Wauw, yeah that was my bad... I really aught to read what I write before posting it.

gay people often have different preferences to their ''role'' in relationships (social and sexual).

Some only go for other gay men who are masculine and they often behave slightly more feminine (Such as my friend).

When you're out drinking it feels like he fills to role of a female friend and not a bro if you get my point. I think this is what confused me there for a second.
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#321 to #319 - tomatoesauce (03/24/2013) [-]
yeah but i thought they were called lesbian... i am confused on the life topic
User avatar #322 to #321 - Eventually (03/24/2013) [-]
Can be either. Although I read it again, and he does specifically say 'he.' So comment deleted.
User avatar #331 to #322 - freddyhollensen (03/24/2013) [-]
I did, but that's because I'm an idiot... it also sounds a bit discriminating against women when I read it for the second the time. Like it's a mans job to stop discrimination.

My point was to defend my knightliness though.

''Being the only man in our group I felt obliged to do something about it''
My sentence should be viewed as synonymous with just ''manning up''
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