Sunday, April 08, 2007

Ouch.

Eye in the Sky has been out here parytin' it up for his spring break. Last Thursday he came over to my apartment after leaving the temple, and asked if he could borrow some normal clothes. So I handed him my fat jeans, which aren't really big--they just don't fit me as well as they used to, and a button up shirt. He comes out of the bathroom and the first thing he says to El-Veneno and I is, "These clothes make me feel *so* gay."

They weren't even my gay clothes!

In other news, Happy Easter!

13 comments:

Samantha said...

I want to see your gay clothes.

agirlwho said...

I second that.

Mormon Enigma said...

Yeah, me too. BTW, What are gay clothes? Do I need to go out shopping?

samantha said...

gay clothes (plural noun): clothes that are attracted to other clothes, sometimes referred to as "static cling (slang)"

And now you know.

Mormon Enigma said...

Wow! Learn something new everyday. But, this brings up more questions: Are gay clothes made that way? Or do they, somehow, turn gay later? Did they choose to be gay? Did they turn gay because they hung around the closet with other gay clothes?

epadavito said...

I loved wearing your gay clothes!

twas fun and liberating

agirlwho said...

I think my clothes are gay too. Maybe we can set our clothes up sometime.

Samantha said...
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Samantha said...

Gay clothes become that way because of too much time spent looking at sleazy underwear. Also--from masturb...I mean from spending time in the dryer.

Darrin said...

Gay clothes are obviously those clothes that are same-piece-attracted. Naturally, a shirt should go with pants, etc. But gay clothes are when a shirt actually feels like it should be with or wants to be with another shirt, or pants with pants, etc.

I tend to wear Garanimals, where all the pants and shirts go together, like a Roman thing. Is that gay?

Kengo Biddles said...

I don't think gay clothes come in my size. :*(

Mormon Enigma said...

That's the beauty of being gay - you can go take a sewing class and learn to make your own gay clothes, and they will look fabulous!

Us gay guys are so confident in our manliness that we can do girlie things without shame.

Mormon Enigma said...

btw (just to beat this dead horse a while longer)

Do they make gay shoes to go with the gay clothes?