- Mates gone over to the other side.
Why do people send texts with such important information? What on earth did the text say? Seriously, the mind boggles. 😕
It is important to remember that your average homosexual man is no more likely to leap on people and arse-rape them than your average heterosexual man. There is no more need to be creeped out by him than you would be by a girl who didn’t fancy you and who you didn’t remotely fancy.
🙂Posted 9 years agofatsimon mk2Member
project got to ask if you have known this mate for a while surly you must had an idea in the back of your mind that he was gay or did it really come out of left field ethier way still the same person he was yesterday so talk to him the same way you did yesterday.Posted 9 years ago
aP – yes I had a similar thing with a mate of mine from school and college. Some years later it came out that he was, while he wasnt about but a bunch of mates in the pub were. Someone said “Oh did you know, X came out yesterday” – which was a total shock, as he hadnt seemed “that way” etc. The response from all 4 of the rest of us was “oh, right” and the conversation went on as normal. Next time I saw him he was a lot happier looking, gladly, and I dont remember any of his mates thinking anything odd about it. Maybe he was just fortunate to have open minded mates, but its pretty damn common these days!
I do skit him about it a bit now (could be controversial, just like the royal situation at the moment) but I’ve known him long enough for him to return the insults and buy another beer with a grin.Posted 9 years agoStuSubscriber
Take your own advice maybe? 😉 From the casual relationships thread a week or so ago…
project – Member
Mr gibbons, perhaps your “freind” may be gay, or possibly haveing serious thoughts about his sexuality, if so, let him be, not everyone wants to come out of the so called closet, so he looks a normal lad, so what, if hes gay the women will flock to him , if hes straight , he needs to attract them, some men dont want women as girlfreinds , but as freinds, just because you and you male freinds all have giorlfreinds doesnt mean that he has to, just be his freind, not his social daying agency.Posted 9 years agomboySubscriber
Scaredypants, if I were you I’d seek some therapy and quickly, one minute you’re bike curious, the next you’ve grown a beard and bought a Marin/Whyte, and in a few months time, hell, you’ll be buying a road bike!
If you know what’s good for you you’ll avoid your new neighbour, he’s obviously bad news 😉Posted 9 years agopantsonfireMember
A mate who I used to play rugby with came out to us on the bus home from a game. Well you can imagine the banter from 20 odd pissed up blokes but when everyone met up for training the next tuesday night no one said a word (well we were a bit ashamed). A few games later he told us that a couple of the opposition were bag snatching (its as bad as it sounds) and giving him some nasty anti gay verbals. It was decided it was time for a team 999 call and a lot of accidental boots to the head and some late tackles later they got the message.
So the moral of the story is he’s your mate stick with him he hasnt changed.Posted 9 years ago
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