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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by fairdinkum, Apr 2, 2012.
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Not gay. Unless you get all teary and shit.
Liking classical music is far less gay than liking dance music. Or dubstep.
Classical isn't my bag, but don't consider it gay at all. As above, it's Clint Eastwood compared to that Pendulum and Skrillex wububwub crap. Buying a Future Music ticket is effectively coming out of the closet.
I did my hair before going to Future and hooked up with a few random girls while there. Going from this thread I can't tell tell if I'm gay or not
I knew it. After all this, I'm actually not part of the '99%' that everyone keeps telling me I am
How is playing music to entertain people gay?
Some people are extremely simple minded.
Bieber, Jack Vidgen. They don't play instruments but do sing and both are extremely gay. Listening to them and liking them is worse though.
^ What if I love that 'Baby, baby, baby no...' song by Bieber but would be happy if that Vidgen kid wound up in a drug rehab clinic for celebrity preteens?
Gay or okay?
The two go hand-in-hand, so that would be fairly bizarre.
That's not music for a start.
Live music at pubs is awesome.
The way I see it, Bieber is a bonafide star, whereas Vidgen or whatever the hell his name is impressed a bunch of braindead Australians vegging on their couches across the country on a sunday night that he was worth wasting 55c on. His competition was a bunch of other hacks. He is now the poster boy for a shamefully bland commercial television station. Plenty to dislike there, I reckon.
But what do people have against Bieber? 'Thought you'd always be mine, mine...'. Great pop track.
none of those people make any music of a manly and invigorating quality. I don't care if the lyrics express their love for a woman. Its gay because its aimed towards teen girls and young males too young to know any better.
Now electric guitar music at the pub...
You're winning this thread.
ITT: Men telling other men how to dress.
Which isn't gay at all.
You got me worried now
Onine shopping. Spent $900 on clothes online a a month or so ago.
Gay tendency: Noticing your hair always looks better a day or 2 before a haircut.
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I watch Glee..
Ok. We have a winner.
Says Mr Trendster Hipster
I don't think spending money on online shopping is a gay thing if you have something specific in mind. It's not like a girl just walking around a mall for 3 hours going in to every shop trying on everything and that.