>before clicking picture
what kind of white trash propose in a fucking apple store?
>gay proposal in an apple store
No more appropriate setting t b h, I hope they have the wedding there too. I bet it's even where they first met.
mfw I like being a homogay because wimmins are dumb but at the same time we do shit like this
why even live tbqh
back in my pre-/int/ days I actually helped out in a LBGT-awareness group.
Honestly like 50% of the people there are nice and well-functioning, but the other half are total degenerate and is treated with (I felt) a silent disdain even by some of the other members of the group.
I'd sign my kid up for naked camps if I ever had one
>scoring some early pussy when he's in that age with weird awareness to sex
I am the best dad ever.
Nah family I pretty much hate all gays now, even the "well-behaved" ones are total degenerate behind their mask.
Basically Homosexuals are more manly then heterosexuals, because women prefer androgynous style for men.
>Nah family I pretty much hate all gays now, even the "well-behaved" ones are total degenerate behind their mask.
Well good job lad, you became what we call literally close minded.
If I had a bpants image saved I would reply with one but I dont
have a skel
WASHINGTON—As Congress prepares to allow gay individuals to serve openly in the military, those against the proposed change voiced their concerns Monday, warning the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" could soon lead to strong, strapping American soldiers engaging in mind-blowing homosexual intercourse right on the battlefield.
"We're sending our soldiers out there with a mission, and that mission is to protect this country," said Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), one of many conservative politicians who staunchly oppose the change. "If this is repealed, what's to stop all-night sex romps from breaking out while U.S. servicemen are hiding in a bunker, or crawling around an irrigation ditch bathed only by the light of the moon, or, say, the dozens of other situations I've already thought through in elaborate detail?"
"We can't allow this to happen," Gohmert added as beads of sweat collected on his brow. "It's wrong. Sweaty male sex—no matter how erotic and uninhibited—is so wrong and so, so naughty."
Despite its support from the defense secretary and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, the repeal has been condemned by many military officers who worry it could disrupt troop cohesion and endanger the lives of the taut young soldiers who have dedicated their lives to serving America with "every rippling muscle in their rock-hard bodies."
Others have argued that allowing gay soldiers to push their lifestyle on others, testing the limits of pleasure a man can take before he erupts in uncontrollable ecstasy, would seriously damage morale.