ESPN Airs Gay Kiss Of Champion Bowler And Husband

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago Sports

And guess what? No one cared. No one said anything. Nice to see attitudes changing. A good step in the right direction.
There are 37 comments:
Male 165
Was the bowler that lost gay as well? Just from a comparison stand point the one that lost looked much more George Michaelish.
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Male 2,850
@infantry0

"nobody cares because they`re acting "normal", not dancing around in hotpants like a couple of freaks and attention whores."

Straight people do that too. Jersey Shore?
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Male 406
@infantry0 soo don`t ask don`t tell?
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Female 3,696
Da fuq was that? They barely kissed! I was expecting at least a little slip of the tongue. Bull shi7. *throws popcorn to the ground*
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Male 3,631
Nice of you to point out - but it doesn`t entice me to watch it. Thank you for encapsulating the main thrust of your submission in the caption. Saved me from going "ewwww..." Not that there`s anything WRONG with that!
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Male 164
nobody cares because they`re acting "normal", not dancing around in hotpants like a couple of freaks and attention whores.
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Male 425
nice bowls.... o_O
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Male 37,888

Bowling has always been popular with gay men.
Every city has a gay bowling legue. What can I say,
Lesbians do soft-ball....we bowl! Maybe it`s do with
watching them bend over in preperation of their shot.
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Male 1,511

I was obviously kidding guys. The fact that this is even an IAB post is dumb. Nobody cares. (except for that old couple in the audience, they probably got grossed out)
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Male 19
just before I saw the bank draft that said $5013, I did not believe that...my... mother in law woz like they say actualy making money part-time from there new laptop.. there dads buddy haz done this less than 18 months and resantly took care of the mortgage on their appartment and purchased a top of the range Fiat Multipla. go to..... CLICK HERE
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Male 5,413
I`m happy for him :D
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Male 3,842
@DingDong [quote]I thought gay`s wrists were too limp for bowling.[/quote]

Go ahead and say that to this "sissy" queer. See how long you survive if he decides to kick your ass.

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Male 226
@gerry1of1 if by sitting in the office u finish a project that gets you to the top of the world and gives you money (directly or through advertising) then you might cry as well. reaching 25.000 posts here even though its admirable is not such an huge deal
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Male 3,081
"I thought gay`s wrists were too limp for bowling."

The 1970`s just called, they want their stereotype back.
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Male 1,511

I thought gay`s wrists were too limp for bowling.
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Male 1,950
Being gay is something about a person, but it`s not the most interesting thing about a person.
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Male 392
That was it? Lame...
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Male 7,775

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Male 51
no one said anything.... you posted ironically.
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Male 616
*-b*...sorry
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Male 616
So education, dieting, estabblishing credit, murder rates, etc. are all sports?
Game On!
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Male 102
ITT: grandpas afraid of men crying
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Male 1,497
If you keep score its a sport. I guess that includes war though...
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Male 550
So what? Where is the non-boring part?
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Male 7,906
Anybody want a link to Jordan balling his eyes out after his first championship?
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Male 616
What, tennis is a sport too?
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Male 37,888

Bowling has always been a sport.
The sport of beer drinkers everywhere!
How is it not a sport? You move a ball with as much
precision as possible. That`s different from tennis how?
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Male 1,178
bowling is a sport now?
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Male 14,330
He cried like this was figure skating!!!!
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Male 37,888

Congrats on his win, but I`m gonna go into bitch mode now.
Grow a set! I can`t stand men that cry THAT easily. Not that men can never cry, but if I`m at the office and I have a successful project I don`t break down into tears! Grow some hair on that pair and man up!

Also, what`s with all the bro-hugs? I don`t run around pressing my body against people. Hugs are a familiarity I do not share with everyone I encounter. A manly handshake will do nicely, thank you.

I`m done. You may now resume your viewing pleasure.
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Male 7,337
Reminds me of the first interacial kiss on tv (Star Trek episode "Plato`s Stepchildren").

They were expecting a great outcry. But got, basically, `meh`.

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Male 2,390
"Are you crying? Are you crying? There`s no crying in Bowling!"

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Male 2,711
The kiss didn`t bother me at all, but did he really have to bawl his eyes out like a little girl? |-(
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Male 390
Kissing? No problem. But crying? Come on now...
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Male 7,906
Because nobody saw it because nobody f.ucking watches bowling. Let`s see a quarterback win the super bowl and then kiss his boyfriend. My guess is we`ll hear a little something about it.
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Male 226
judging by the reaction, that has to be a hard win. nice work!
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Male 19,840
Link: ESPN Airs Gay Kiss Of Champion Bowler And Husband [Rate Link] - And guess what? No one cared. No one said anything. Nice to see attitudes changing. A good step in the right direction.
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