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2013-03-07 04:39:23 PM  
Not gay in the homosexual way. Gay in the bad at sports way.

www.michaelscottpapercompany.com
 
2013-03-07 04:43:05 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: Wayne 985: Kimmel's right - the dude sounds like he's in the fourth grade. Calling people "gay", and then pretending that it meant something else. He strikes me as the kind of guy who also uses words like "wee wee".

Obligatory


That's goddamn hilarious. What is that from?
 
2013-03-07 06:21:10 PM  

Savage Bacon: Pocket Ninja: See, his main mistake was acknowledging that he did it in the first place. Once you acknowledge it, you're done. Instead, when you're accused of something, fix your accuser with a long, hard stare, and repeat the following.

"It wasn't me."

If they repeat their accusation, give them a longer stare, then point with your index finger in the direction of their chin, and say,

"HEY. It wasn't me."

Continue until they leave.

/thanks, eddie murphy

"If you're gonna let a fark come between our love, there's something really wrong happening here, baby."


"...okay."
 
2013-03-07 06:22:43 PM  

CWeinerWV: Washington is very, let's say, "rural."  It's where us West Virginians go to see the real rednecks.


I can vouch for this. I went to college there.
 
2013-03-07 06:42:56 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: Jument: The press conference at the end got me for a second. That was actually pretty well done.
Yeah.  Spokesperson is too fat unless she works for Chris Christie.


I take it you've never seen one of Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis' press conferences.
 
2013-03-07 06:46:26 PM  

MadSkillz: BarkingUnicorn: hp6sa: We just hired a guy whose name is Bryan.  He really is gay.

/csb

Everyone's gay to get a job these days.

I knew a cop who claimed gayness to get in. I think he's married to a woman. Good ethical foundation for being a cop.


Married does not necessarily mean straight. It might be a passionless sham of a marriage in which he constantly abandons his neglected wife and her famished vagina in order to slurp the sweat off the cocks of a thousand rent boys.

Or maybe not.

Also this,

weknowmemes.com
 
2013-03-07 07:01:18 PM  
gay = hilarious
 
2013-03-07 07:03:27 PM  

Jon iz teh kewl: gay = hilarious


actually gay is what everybody should be
and if you're not gay you're probably stuck in a dead end job like me
 
2013-03-07 07:37:59 PM  

MadSkillz: BarkingUnicorn: hp6sa: We just hired a guy whose name is Bryan.  He really is gay.

/csb

Everyone's gay to get a job these days.

I knew a cop who claimed gayness to get in. I think he's married to a woman. Good ethical foundation for being a cop.


*Whoosh!* :-)

I meant "gay" in the sense this councilman claims to mean it.
 
2013-03-07 07:54:42 PM  

i upped my meds-up yours: [farm4.staticflickr.com image 500x400]

/stay off his rear, unless you want a response


Reminds me of this time about ten years ago when I worked in the produce department of a grocery store. One day the Dairy Dept manager (who was gay) was working and was constantly rolling his neck and his shoulders. Finally, I asked him what the deal was. He told me he and  his bf had been rear ended at a stoplight the nght before, and he had a bit of whiplash. I snickered to myself and said nothing.

Later on that day we all went for lunch, and said he'd been in an accident. Being the smartass that I am, I said "Yeah, for the first time in his life Larry got rear ended and didn't like it."

There was stunned silence for a couple seconds, and in those two seconds i was cursing myself and wondering I would get a job next. Thankfully, after the shock wore off, everyone burst out laughing, especially Larry.

/csb
 
2013-03-07 08:22:52 PM  
Are we not allowed to say "That's gay" anymore, btw? Is that not allowed? Because if so, that's farking gay.
 
2013-03-07 08:26:12 PM  

bdub77: Are we not allowed to say "That's gay" anymore, btw? Is that not allowed? Because if so, that's farking gay.


it's amazingly queer
and WELCOME!!
 
2013-03-07 08:43:51 PM  

UncleStumpy: i upped my meds-up yours: [farm4.staticflickr.com image 500x400]

/stay off his rear, unless you want a response

Reminds me of this time about ten years ago when I worked in the produce department of a grocery store. One day the Dairy Dept manager (who was gay) was working and was constantly rolling his neck and his shoulders. Finally, I asked him what the deal was. He told me he and  his bf had been rear ended at a stoplight the nght before, and he had a bit of whiplash. I snickered to myself and said nothing.

Later on that day we all went for lunch, and said he'd been in an accident. Being the smartass that I am, I said "Yeah, for the first time in his life Larry got rear ended and didn't like it."

There was stunned silence for a couple seconds, and in those two seconds i was cursing myself and wondering I would get a job next. Thankfully, after the shock wore off, everyone burst out laughing, especially Larry.

/csb


Hey, I dig that, since I took the pic myself. No viralness involved.
 
2013-03-07 10:28:34 PM  

bdub77: Are we not allowed to say "That's gay" anymore, btw? Is that not allowed? Because if so, that's farking gay.


I have gay friends that use the word that way.
Whenever we use it around each other it's understood that we mean "ghey".  Either that or the alternate definition of "gay": morally wrong and partially illegal.
 
2013-03-07 11:54:28 PM  
Is that the same lady that's appeared in some vids by The Onion?
 
2013-03-08 12:36:15 AM  

Pocket Ninja: See, his main mistake was acknowledging that he did it in the first place. Once you acknowledge it, you're done. Instead, when you're accused of something, fix your accuser with a long, hard stare, and repeat the following.

"It wasn't me."

If they repeat their accusation, give them a longer stare, then point with your index finger in the direction of their chin, and say,

"HEY. It wasn't me."

Continue until they leave.

/thanks, eddie murphy


"I'll have to have my technical crew look into the matter and get back to you."
*waits a few days*
"My technical crew has determined that the offensive message was sent by your nephew, who you forced upon this office and is utterly unqualified to hold his present job - which he never does.  It is with great pleasure that I announce the individual in question has finally been fired, after having avoided my previous attempts by contacting you."
 
2013-03-08 05:01:19 AM  
This suddenly came to mind. Hours too late, I know, but I'm posting it anyway...
 
2013-03-08 06:31:08 AM  

YodaBlues: Oh snap, you're right. It's all the way in the southwest corner by Ohio. I just recognized the WNEP logo since Scranton/Wilkes-Barre is only about 45 minutes away from where I used to live.


I'm from Pittsburgh, so it's probably 45 minutes away from me. :)

CWeinerWV: Washington is very, let's say, "rural." It's where us West Virginians go to see the real rednecks.


You should try Waynesburg and Uniontown. I heard PA tried to straight up trade WV for Morgantown and Wheeling and they declined.
 
2013-03-08 07:44:39 AM  

Fark Irony Police: FatherChaos: My guess is: Bryan deserved this. (whoever he is)

Maybe not.

si0.twimg.com

Needs to be kicked.
 
2013-03-08 08:41:03 AM  
UncleStumpy: Later on that day we all went for lunch, and said he'd been in an accident. Being the smartass that I am, I said "Yeah, for the first time in his life Larry got rear ended and didn't like it."

There was stunned silence for a couple seconds, and in those two seconds i was cursing myself and wondering I would get a job next. Thankfully, after the shock wore off, everyone burst out laughing, especially Larry.

/csb


Sometimes you gamble and you win.
 
2013-03-08 09:07:40 AM  

UncleStumpy: i upped my meds-up yours: [farm4.staticflickr.com image 500x400]

/stay off his rear, unless you want a response

Reminds me of this time about ten years ago when I worked in the produce department of a grocery store. One day the Dairy Dept manager (who was gay) was working and was constantly rolling his neck and his shoulders. Finally, I asked him what the deal was. He told me he and  his bf had been rear ended at a stoplight the nght before, and he had a bit of whiplash. I snickered to myself and said nothing.

Later on that day we all went for lunch, and said he'd been in an accident. Being the smartass that I am, I said "Yeah, for the first time in his life Larry got rear ended and didn't like it."

There was stunned silence for a couple seconds, and in those two seconds i was cursing myself and wondering I would get a job next. Thankfully, after the shock wore off, everyone burst out laughing, especially Larry.

/csb



My first job was working the stockroom in a grocery store.  The general manager there had a lot of very effeminate mannerisms, but insisted he wasn't gay and was very defensive about the thinly-veiled innuendos that were often thrown his way (this was a little bit before today's standards of workplace harassment).

Anyway, one of my responsibilities was unloading trucks, but a manager had to "receive" them (log the paperwork in, verify the seal, etc.) before we could touch them, so the first step was always to page a manager to the back room; additionally, we had two loading docks at opposite ends of the store, so we had to specify which one was being used - SOP was to simply say something like "Manager on duty to X dock, please" over the PA, but one night without even thinking about it I just said "Jeff, please come receive a meat delivery in the rear".  I honestly didn't even register what I'd said until I hung up the phone, and a couple seconds later came the page "[Loaf], to the manager's office. NOW."

Somehow I didn't get fired...the assistant manager sitting there laughing his ass off didn't help my case any, though.
 
2013-03-08 11:39:29 AM  

Loaf's Tray: My first job was working the stockroom in a grocery store.  The general manager there had a lot of very effeminate mannerisms, but insisted he wasn't gay and was very defensive about the thinly-veiled innuendos that were often thrown his way (this was a little bit before today's standards of workplace harassment).

Anyway, one of my responsibilities was unloading trucks, but a manager had to "receive" them (log the paperwork in, verify the seal, etc.) before we could touch them, so the first step was always to page a manager to the back room; additionally, we had two loading docks at opposite ends of the store, so we had to specify which one was being used - SOP was to simply say something like "Manager on duty to X dock, please" over the PA, but one night without even thinking about it I just said "Jeff, please come receive a meat delivery in the rear".  I honestly didn't even register what I'd said until I hung up the phone, and a couple seconds later came the page "[Loaf], to the manager's office. NOW."

Somehow I didn't get fired ...


CSB indeed. But make it clearer that the manager's name was Jeff.
 
2013-03-08 12:28:23 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: What's the one clip where the guy in class shouts "GAY!" That one .gif


http://hahgay.com/

the gif is 805kb and too big
 
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