Friday, February 7, 2014

NOW. . . please. . .you tell me. . . . .. ;-)

9 comments:

Gary Kelly said...

Humor is a powerful weapon.

Richard said...

Because we use moistureizer regularly?

RADICALJOE said...

Often I hear the words come out of
a woman's mouth--He is so good looking, he must be, or has to be gay. So I guess that being cute, we gays have to be proud. Almost
all the time it is said, it is actually true.... What are the guys whom aren't cute but ordinally looking hetero's. Guess I'm bad.
Thank You God for making all us Gay's Cute.........what is your say Justin???

Stew Adams said...

I've heard that straight men don't care what they look like. Don't know how much truth there is to that but it explains a lot.

JustinO'Shea said...

Stew. . does your past experience back up the idea that st8 men don't care what they look like? Think back to high school. . and how clothes conscious your friends were. . in an "non-evident" casual way. . hair. .and the hang-0ff your butt pants, boxers "casually in evidence". . LOL. .and the time it takes to pull off that cool casual non-challant of fashion trend. . .Look at peer pressure in how/what we wore. . right? ALL of the guys in our world were not gay. . "they say" maybe 1 in 10. . ? Could you pick out gays from str8s in your school?
Think back: how label conscious were you and your peers. . you wouldn't knowingly ever be seen wearing anything from Walmart or K-Mart. . .it just *had* to be what everyone else wore. .and that extended way beyond high school. . .yes? no? ;-)) In our *personal-individuality*we had to look just like everyone else. . maybe? ;-))

Coop said...

I'm still waiting for someone to cite then chapter and verse in the bible where God says he hates gays. :-}



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GreginAdelaide said...

Well the guy in the pic for this post is not so cute ..... but I really rate the guy in the previous post as C-U-T-E!!!!!!!!

(Sorry, I'm easily distracted)

JustinO'Shea said...

Hahaha. . it is the *message*, not the *messenger*. . . .
We all have differing tastes, thanks to Mother Nature. . .or whoever. ;-)