Gay Rodeo [Pic]

Submitted by: Naz14 3 years ago Entertainment

Looks like the ""spectator"" is a bit of a troll..
There are 41 comments:
Female 178
@Musuko42 LMAO!!!! I`m sweary every minute of the day. As far as being angry, naw, a bit irritated that you keep trolling for arguments and playing the poor me card. How a total stranger such as yourself can assume they know the goings-on and how things go down in the lives of total strangers just shows what a total arrogant know it all douche you are. I wouldn`t like you if you were straight or gay!!!! It has to do with PERSONALITY, not sexual orientation. A whiny S*it bag is a whiny s*it bag!!!
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Male 2,850
@PoptartinSD

I`m sensitive...but you`re the one getting angry and sweary.

I suspect I got close to the truth and struck a nerve.
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Female 178
Musuko42 Did I say this was just in private? I don`t have any problem saying the things I say to him in public because they are not said in a mean way and how dare YOU infer otherwise! Geezus but you are sensitive!!! Get the f**k over it. Not everyone is trying to offend you. Don`t you GET that? I`m not being deliberately anything....
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Male 4,893

Musuko42 - don`t forget that YOU are the minority. It doesn`t make everyone else better...but it obviously means that the majority won`t bend over backwards when you PRETEND to be offended. Take the fair and courteous treatment, and like it. Stop playing the victim, you hurt your own cause.
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Male 4,893

Musuko42 - there is no winning with a nit-picky bitchy puss like you. I try to be "PC" by not saying the actual words (even though everyone knows what those words are) and you Still complain. For the record, I have no problem with saying that you are acting like a fag.

Keep playing the victim and see how far that gets you in life.
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Male 2,850
@PoptartinSD

"I guess all this time we have been offending each other huh?"

What you say in private conversations with a friend is very different to what you say in public in front of strangers.

You know your friend is happy to hear you talk like that. You don`t know if strangers are.

You *know* this. You`re being deliberately obtuse.
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Female 178
@Musuko42 I have several gay friends. My dearest and closest - I call him "my gay", he calls me his "straight". His partner refers to him as his "roomie". I guess all this time we have been offending each other huh? I`m sure you are only conveying what you have experienced yourself, but not all people use words as weapons.
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Male 837
@Musukuo42
Oooh! "Straight Drag Shows"! We should totally have those now! That`s a realm where the dirty heteros get harassed by their homosexual peers.

"Oh, honey, there`s no way you`re straight. Get out of the closet!"

"Mmmmmmhhhhmmmm, just lying to yourself. No wonder you`re unhappy."

Seen it a million times.
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Male 5,608
Reporter: "...and your name, sir?"
Dude: "Dick Brown. I`m here with Mickey Twinks and Phil McCracken. Over there Pat... and Pat`s friend Shawn... Anywho, behind them is Peter Beets and his friend, Hank Dipworthy."
Reporter: "Riiiiiiiight..."
Dick: "So, what`s YOUR name, again?"
Reporter: "Chance B. Dunwell."
Dick: "B?"
Report: "Bear... My friends call me `Chaps...`"
Dick and crew: "Mm-Hm."
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Male 2,850
@papajon0s1

"I do care that if I started a straight rodeo and called it that, even if all the proceeds also went to charity, I`d be branded a horrible discriminating person."

If straight people were regularly hassled by a homosexual majority, and needed a place to go to where they`d be able to have a break from that stress, then you`d have a good reason to set up such a rodeo.

But if you still wanted to do it, as long as you allowed gay people to join and take part, you wouldn`t be breaking any laws, and anyone who gave you sh*t for it would be just as bad as those giving the gay rodeos sh*t right now.

But you don`t actually even want to do anything like it...you`re just bitter about someone else getting to do it. It`s the worst kind of jealousy when you don`t even want it for yourself.

Raining on someone else`s parade, basically.
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Male 579
I don`t give a crap if you are gay or not. I do care that if I started a straight rodeo and called it that, even if all the proceeds also went to charity, I`d be branded a horrible discriminating person.
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Male 2,850
@drawman61

"Chances are they didn`t know this months PC terminology."

I`m sorry, PC? Calling my partner my "friend", after I have referred to him as my partner about five times in the course of the conversation (discussing who is at home during the day, etc), is not anything to do with political correctness terminology, and everything to do with something more ignorant or sinister.

"I don`t have a clue what is acceptable in the UK and I`m not being flippant."

Black/gay/etc is generally acceptable as a descriptor. Using those words as a noun (the blacks, the gays, etc) sounds very crass and rude and very old-fashioned. It`s something my grandmother would say.

@turdburglar

Go ahead and just give it all up and say n*gger and f*ggot and bleat innocently "but I don`t *intend* to be offensive!" See how far it gets you in life.
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Male 2,850
@turdburglar

"I almost love how your generation tries so hard to feel offended."

I`m 28. Unless you`re at the extreme upper end of your stated age range, we`re of the same generation. So if so...well done for insulting yourself.
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Male 7,775
@ Musuko42, in fairness to your insurance caller, it may be the first time they have spoken to a gay couple on the phone. Chances are they didn`t know this months PC terminology.
I`m not trying to divert here but it`s the same as african-americans. At one time it was negro, then coloureds became ok, then you had to say black and now that is offensive. I don`t have a clue what is acceptable in the UK and I`m not being flippant. I get called whitey, snow is white but I don,t get all upset about it.
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Male 4,893

Gerry - I kinda thought so. A shaved chest is kinda like the hetro equivalent of pony tails, braces and catholic school girl skirt.

It may be cute, but it`s not a grown up kind of sexy.

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Male 4,893

Musuko42 - You sir, have taken nit-pickery to a new level. I almost love how your generation tries so hard to feel offended.

If someone says gays instead of "gay men and gay women" with no intent to offend...and you still try to be offended...maybe YOU are the one being a jerk. Being part of a minority means you can`t expect everyone else to know the tiny, insignificant things you decided to feel offended by.

Maybe you should look at like this: They could have said words like Queer, Fag or turdburglar.

Maybe focus on the bright side, instead of the brown side.
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Male 13,624
Gerry - No wonder
he is Oak tree built

Im straight and even Im impressed !
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Male 2,850
@drawman61

PS: I hope you read my first comment that was addressing you, and not just the second one about semantics.
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Male 2,850
@turdburglar

"Musuko42 - Look on the bright side. If being called gay (as opposed to gay man) is your big issue, I`d have to say things are going pretty good."

They are. Which is why I do protest the little things like that.

What, you`re not allowed to complain about something that bothers you if it`s anything short of being beaten in a gulag?

Unless you call blind people "blinds", tall people "talls", short people "shorts", and fat people "fats", don`t call people blacks, whites or gays.

@drawman61

And the above to you as well.
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Male 37,888

@ turd - I think not, but these darn metrosexuals shave everything nowadays. Legs, armspits, crotches, chests.
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Male 7,775
@ Musuko42, that just about sums douche-baggery up to Grandmaster level. That makes no sense whatsoever. Turdburglar says you are nit-picking but I think that`s an insult to nit-pickers.
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Male 4,893

Dang Gerry. Gay or not...is there EVER a good reason for a man to shave his chest?
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Male 1,511

Dick Brown. lol
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Male 37,888
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Male 37,888

Personally, I like the gay rodeo






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Male 3,842
@listypoos

[quote]Sounds like a fun day out. What is troll-like about it though? I`m missing something obviously.[/quote]

Exactly what I was about to say. Why is the "spectator" who they quoted being a troll?
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Male 4,893

Musuko42 - Look on the bright side. If being called gay (as opposed to gay man) is your big issue, I`d have to say things are going pretty good.
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Male 4,893

Musuko42 - You are getting a bit too sensitive with that last comment. Stop looking for things people say to nit-pick, and instead consider their intent.

What`s wrong with saying blacks, whites, gays, or whatever...assuming there was no intent on being prejudice, you`re being nit-picky.
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Male 2,855
dick brown? more like brown dick amiright
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Male 2,850
@drawman61

Incidentally, don`t call us "gays". We`re gay men, gay women, gay people. Not gays.

People who can`t see are not called blinds. They are blind people.

By extension, black people...not blacks. White people, not whites. Don`t name people by their adjectives.
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Male 2,850
@drawman61

"Wait, I thought you guys/gays were equal."

Sometimes we get isolated in our own experiences. I`m a gay man and get along quite happily without problems for most of the time...and then occasionally something will nudge me as a reminder that there still lurks prejudice, like the home-insurance agent on the phone the other week who referred to my live in partner as my "friend", something which most certainly wouldn`t have happened if I had been saying "she" instead of "he".

And then I speak to others, like a sixteen year old friend living in a rural area where there is absolutely zero acceptance for his sexuality, where he fears being thrown out of his home if his parents ever found out.

Don`t get me wrong; things are vastly improved in many countries from how things were even a mere ten or twenty years ago. But don`t believe that some of the problems don`t still exist just because you don`t see them.
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Male 3,081
Ah, thank you CJ...I completely missed that.
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Male 5,608
"What is troll-like about it though?"
First respondent named...?
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Female 1,467
Quick someone be my beard so I can do the drag race.
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Male 7,775
Wait, I thought you guys/gays were equal. Why the need to call it a gay rodeo? Do the regular rodeos advertise themslves as a straight rodeo?
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Male 37,888

@ bompa1997 - not true. Straights can compete, they just don`t like being associated with a group called the GAY rodeo association.
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Male 37,888
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Female 2,691
Hmm, gay rodeo? So, what makes it different from any other day out in the sun, torturing poor farm animals?
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Male 92
Yeah, but I understand they won`t let straight people compete, whereas in PRCA rodeos it doesn`t matter your orientation.
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Male 3,081
Sounds like a fun day out. What is troll-like about it though? I`m missing something obviously.
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Female 1,534
Link: Gay Rodeo [Pic] [Rate Link] - Looks like the ``spectator`` is a bit of a troll..
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