Friday, April 16, 2010

And I get lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet

A little over a month ago I got a text from a friend as I was getting ready for bed. Apparently there was something extremely funny written on a mutual friend's facebook page, and she said I needed to go check it out.

I did.

It was a comment left by a gay friend of theirs. He asked her what she thought my reaction would be if he offered me a "no-strings attached" blow job.

At the time I joked that I didn't know if I should be repulsed, flattered, or both.

I told the story to another of my friends and she thought it was hilarious. She did a little cyberstalking and came to the conclusion that this guy would make a pretty hot chick. Her take: "I think you should just put him in a dress and go for it."

Fast forward to today's departmental seminar. I was sitting next to the girl who initially alerted me to the comment, and she pointed out that the kid was also in the audience. Another friend that I was sitting by had heard the story and wanted to see what the guy looked like. We pointed him out.

"That's a GUY?"


"You're sure?"

"Yeah. Why? Don't tell me you're going to be of the same mind as [Friend] when she saw his pictures."

"What did she say again?"

"She said I should just put him in a dress and go for it."

"I think she might be right."

I seriously need to figure out a way to stop these apparent gay vibes from emanating out from me.


Heff said...

"Don't ask, Don't TELL", LMAO !!!!

TROLL Y2K said...

You have more platonic female friends than any straight guy I've ever known. A good start for removing the "gay vibe" might be for you to tell all of them that you no longer see a point of hanging out with chicks that aren't giving you nookie.

It's worked for me.

Kymical Reactions said...

all the gay guys tend to agree with the gals about who the hawties are. So, now you know you're hawt. DO something with it. :)