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Achieving Whole New Levels Of Faggotry

Discussion in 'Small Talk' started by Yoshimitsu, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    I just bought this:


    Anyone who knows me knows that I'm a massive Gaga fan. Saw her in concert a few weeks ago, best night of my life ♥

    There isn't much point to this thread. Just me going on about how much of a Gaga fan I am and how much I love this t-shirt which makes me look gayer than ever. :D
  2. Pics or it never happened.

    Preferably with another guy/s just as hot and gay as you.

    I will absolutely NOT right click and save >.>

    That's a question, why IS there a certain "gay" way of looking and dressing? I don't really understand it, other than it's a great way to make money (from a business stand point, gay men tend to have more flexible cash than straight men, particularly when they're of child-rearing ages).
  3. I dunno, though, I think that El's point wasn't so much that there is a "gay" way of dressing, so much as it was about him announcing that he has found a way to further his status as not only 'Charm's resident homo, but also as the biggest Gaga fan on the site. I think it's not really so much a time to question gay style/not gay style, so much as it is a time to congratulate El on securing his place as our favorite Gaga loving 'Charmsian. (no offense to other Gaga loving 'Charmsians) and for finding a shirt that makes him look gayer than ever XD

    Congratulations, El. Nice shirt xP
  4. Lucky. I wish I could go to a Gaga concert. She's hot. ;D

    Well, El. Glad you got to see your heroine live.
    #4 Mystic_Suicune, Jun 27, 2010
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  5. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    Nonono, this is a thread about faggotry!

    No straight comments allowed!
  6. Well...aw crap. Uhh....I feel so pretty, oh so pretty and witty and gaaaaaay~!

    Does that count?
  7. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator


    I guess.
  8. I have that shirt XD. Sorry, not gay though.
  9. Linkachu

    Linkachu Hero of Pizza
    Staff Member Administrator

    Uh... rainbows... and... nice pants... and that would look absolutely fabulous on you?

    ... I suck at gay stereotypes. D:

    (lolz nice shit, El :D)
  10. Lady (gone) Gaga? I'm not really a big fam, but the shirt is nice enough.

    About gay clothes: I wear hats, I wear scarfs, I'm straight. I don't get why it's a bad thing to look 'gay' anyway. I look great wearing a hat or scarf xD

    Also, I've noticed gay men are much better in fashion then straight men. Dunno why.
  11. Nim


    Ooooh, I like GaGa too surprisingly because I hate most of the other crap on the radio these days. And since when did hats and scarves become gay? :o
  12. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    Innate skill. We are awesome with fashion.

    And I agree, when did scarves and hats turn gay? Unless they're rainbow coloured, I don't see it ;o
  14. I have a Lady Gaga shirt! Mine is different though. :[] I might post a picture of it :D. I want the one at Hot Topic of her, in the pic from Telephone. Cigarrette glasses, chained up. LADY GAGA FTW. ALE ALE JANDRO. ALE ALE JANDRO.
  15. Gay men dress better than straight men cuz straight men don't care. Most at least. The best they get is a well tailored suit *drools in fantasy of broad shoulders*.
    Uhh... My boyfriend got a pageboy cap that was lime green and he used it for a Luigi hat. It looked nice on him and it smelled good.
    I think scarves are sexy on guys.
    Back to first sentence, most straight men try not to look gay. Then they stop caring, if they even had to try not to look gay. Am I making sense?

    If you thought I was a dude, this post was very gay.
  16. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I have friends who are homosexual... And they dress like normal guys, if you didnt know them, you would never think that they're gay. Me? Am I gay? Yes, I'm very happy right now. Am I homosexual? No, never in a million years, sorry. XD
    Oh and the dictionary definition for faggot(or fagot, however your region spells it, because either way, its the same word) is a bundle of sticks, so does that mean that El Achieved a whole new level of of being a bundle of sticks?
    Just had to throw that in.
    #16 Anonymous, Jul 1, 2010
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  17. Yoshimitsu

    Former Moderator

    Your sarcasm is not appreciated, iFlare!

    I didn't intend for this to turn into a debate about gay clothing but why not, it's as good discussion value as anyone else.

    To say gay men take more care with their appearance is a huge stereotype that simply isn't true. In the about 5 gay people that went to my college, 2 of us took care with our appearance, 1 looked good in anything he wore and 2 simply didn't care.

    I agree as far as whoever said "straight men try to not dress gay", but nowadays most straight men don't mind dressing a bit faggy. It's just how certain styles have evolved.

    As far as my style goes, I tend to wear a lot of slim-fit clothes. If it has "Slim fit" in its description, you can pretty much guarantee that I'll wear it. I mix up whatever choice of legwear, a lot of skinny jeans, some baggy jeans, sweat pants, pretty much whatever goes with my ensemble. The thing about the top in my first post is that it's a long top, very low circle neck, sort-of flows and is mostly see-through. That's why it looks faggy - it's almost a girl's top. Do I care? Not even slightly. It looks damn good on.
  18. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    My appologies, I meant no disrespect. Also I agree with you, a gay man cares as much about his appearence as a staright man do, my gay friends are a perfect example of that. The one time a normal human being starts caring particularly about how they appear is when they are looking for a potential mate. Ahh... Psycology, doesn't it suck? No, I'm joking. But seriously, gay dudes acting all "girly," as some insensitive people would say, about appearence is a complete stereo-type and isn't true, all 5(yes 5) of my gay friends are competetive gamers and dress like me, in torn baggy jeans and an ol' t-shirt with paint stains, and don't really care about getting into relationships, they consider themselves gay because they all are attracted to the male JRPG characters, and one of them has a serious crush on Will Smith.... ._." Oh and by the way, I'm straight and I think Lady GaGa's music rocks out(even IF it's pop), the things I've been hearing (thank god noones said it on THIS forum, but just in case) that only gay guys go to a Lady GaGa concert for the music is completely untrue, Oh and El, the new shirt is ~Fabulous~ it makes my pink Rugrats T-shirt look like n00bsauce(no, seriously, I have a Pink Rugrats shirt, that shirt is so sick! And strangely enough, its really tight and form-fitting on me... :o)
    #18 Anonymous, Jul 1, 2010
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