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Homosexuality

My (now deceased) disabled husband and I were married for 43 years and loved each other very much, so you should have understood that when I filed for divorce and tried to get him summarily and forcibly removed from the family home of 40 years by falsely accusing him of dangerous homosexual phone sex and by making up false stories of physical violence against me, it was just my way of showing him love and trying to get him proper medical care; you should have represented his interests better—or at least gotten a bigger retainer before defending him from me.

    TAGS:  love, marriage, dead, legal, divorce, homosexuality, spouse, phone sex


The semi-homophobes would often share their waxing and shaving secrets down at the bar over a game of pool, but they always made sure to say things like “My girlfirend can’t stand back hair” or “She loves to rub baby oil on my smooth chest,” but none of them had girlfirends and they all knew it.

    TAGS:  homosexuality


Early research into the new brain-wasting disease (which scientists suspect may be a variant of mad cow disease) indicates it only seems to to affect Republican politicians, striking first in the portion of the brain which causes most people to refrain from seeking gay sex with strangers in public restrooms.

    TAGS:  sex, politics, brains, homosexuality, research


comedy wasted :: You can call me, 'Sir'

Since ‘Indians’ was too culturally insensitive for a high school mascot, the school board voted unanimously to change their name to the Pawtucket Homosexual Nazi Midgets in an effort to intimidate, but not discriminate.

    TAGS:  school, homosexuality, Indians, intimidation, discrimination, midgets, mascots


It’s Greek to me :: OhNo789

My Latin professor told me that the only problem he has with homosexuality is that you’re mixing a Greek suffix with a Latin root.

    TAGS:  homosexuality, Latin root, Greek suffix


 

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