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  1. james says

    I always thought hot dogs were a gay food both with and without the bun. Aren’t tacos lesbian food?

    You know what else is gay food? Cucumber salad with a creamy yogurt dressing, if the cucumber is peeled but left whole, and standing up on a plate. Like an Olympic athlete’s erection.

  2. Dan Cobb says

    What Dan Cathy, owner of Chik-Fil-A, needs to answer is this question:

    Dan, do you believe that gay Americans have a Constitutional right to, as you say “shake their fist at [your] god and to tempt god’s judgment on this Nation”?

    My guess is that if he were honest in his response, he would say “No!”. After all, how could a born-again Christian be tolerant of people who “tempt God’s judgment on this Nation”… and by God’s Judgment, Cathy surely means that God will utterly destroy this nation, including believers like him because of the iniquity that believers permitted to exist in their nation.

    Mr. Cathy cannot love America. It is quite simply a place that afford more freedom to people, such as gays, as his religious beliefs could possibly tolerate. His religious beliefs trump any rights secured under the Consitution if he believes that the exercise of those rights would offend his god.

  3. says

    Well said, Dan Cobb. Cathy & fellow Chirstianists would be much more at home in a Taliban-style Christian theocracy. If there is no more room on this planet to found such a nation, perhaps they could make a colony on the moon or Mars?

  4. Paul R says

    Lemons are gay. Limes are straight.

    Rocky road ice cream is gay. Vanilla is straight.

    Ketchup and mustard are bi.

    Capers, artichokes–and, heaven forbid, heirloom tomatos—well, you might as well just declare on national television that you prefer the sexual company of your fellow man. You’re fooling no one.

    Don’t get me started on bananas.

  5. andrew says

    The bit was more embarrassing than funny. I’ve never seen this guy before. Mabye he is usually funny. Not this time and I am usually an easy audience to please.

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