- Mates gone over to the other side.
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
I had a Facebook conversation with my sister’s girlfriend about Angelina Jolie. How 2009 is that?
My daughter got a doll for Christmas that came with a furry tube for the doll to keep it’s hands warm. My sister didn’t know what it was. "Jo, it’s a muff…" Homosexuality is a comedy goldmine.Posted 9 years ago
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