10.24.2008

congratulations to all my gay friends

Congratulations to all my gay friends. Your cunning plan has finally paid off: you have succeeded in taking over Canada!

Alright! Way to go.

22 comments:

L-girl said...

While we're at it, could we have at least one province taken over by bisexuals? Please?

PeterC said...

But think of all the political problems bisexuality will cause. It will destroy the abiltiy of both straights and gays to get jobs in the federal government.

Crazy is as crazy does....

David Heap said...

Bi and bi, by and by...

L-girl said...

Plus allowing bisexuals to marry will destroy both gay marriage and straight marriage! Think of the children!!!

PeterC said...

It will break down the entire structure of ballroom dance!

James said...

We're officially bilingual, why not bisexual as well?

L-girl said...

We're officially bilingual, why not bisexual as well?

Mais oui! Certainement!

Kim_in_TO said...

You know how we were able to take over? Simple. We have an agenda.

L-girl said...

You know how we were able to take over? Simple. We have an agenda.

Do you know, this post originally said

"Your cunning plan ^^to further your agenda^^ has finally paid off: you have succeeded in taking over Canada!"

but it sounded too long. So thanks for clarifying, Kim!

Kim_in_TO said...

Shhh. It's secret. Gays never discuss an agenda publicly. It gets mentioned by homophobes a lot, though...

Promise not to tell? Here is our agenda:
1) Indoctrinate children by generally being nice to them and adopting some. Let them watch Will and Grace on tv.
2) Practise sodomy - which is something straights do too, but with us it's different, because we're gay.
3) Do disgusting things in public, like kissing - which is also something straights do, but, you know, it's different when we do it. Because we're gay.
4) Recruit others. Homosexuality can be spread through internet chat rooms, or by seeing gay porn, or by touching others and spreading cooties. Or by walking into a gay bar.

BTW, I looked up "gay agenda" on Wikipedia, and it actually says, "Some believe this agenda is a secret one." So don't tell!

L-girl said...

Your secret is safe with me.

David Heap said...

We're officially bilingual, why not bisexual as well?

Actually, we are more bi than many people realise: the bi and bi by and by reference above was of course alluding to that most Canadian of institutions, the Bi and Bi Commission. Not to be confused with a B&B Commission (though of course WMTC is decidedly in favour of B&Bs too), Bi and Bi was a three-year Royal Commission in the 1960s that brought in official Bilingualism and Biculturalism. So can't we just add (or buy?) another Bi, and have the Bi Bi Bi Commission?

Only drawback (as with all things constitutional in this country) is that "your kilometrage may vary" as usual -- bi provincial / territorial jurisdiction, as well as bi the numbers (typically "where numbers warrant" -- which could be interesting), etc. So bi-rights would be rights, wherever enough people are that want have those rights. Sort of. Thus the by and by part.

And personally, I think it could be better for dancing, as more people could lead (a good thing).

Bye for now.
(and I won't tell anyone about the agenda either)(Sshh!).

Wrye said...

On the plus side, bisexual washrooms really do make events go smoother.

L-girl said...

B&B, Bi and Bi, Bi and Bi and Bi... it all sounds good to me.

On the plus side, bisexual washrooms really do make events go smoother.

I always thought those were unisex washrooms. But hey, the washrooms are entitled to self-definition, just like the rest of us.

John F said...

Ah yes, the ubiquitous gay agenda. An acquaintance of mine once said, out of the blue, "There sure are a lot of gay doctors in this town." He nodded sagely and frowned.

I marked him down as someone to avoid in future, and replied, "Yup. And it's no coincidence. They recruit."

I then explained my theory to him. Innocent young gays and lesbians are being seduced into the perverted medical lifestyle. These doctors hang around outside high school science classes, wearing away the resistance of the poor LGBT kids with tales of BMWs, Friday afternoon golf, and pharmacorp junkets. Clearly, medicine is a choice, not a genetic imperative as the apologists claim.

I went on in this vein for some time. I'm not sure what the guy thought of this, because he quickly excused himself and hasn't spoken to me since.

David Heap said...

The agenda is more insidious than most people realise. Think about it: when is the last time you saw an old-fashioned, God-fearing, biblically-correct heterocycle?

I rest my case: they've already taken over. I'm looking over my shoulder at those trikes.

James said...

So, if gay marriages destroy straight marriages, do bi marriages destory other bi marriages?

L-girl said...

I went on in this vein for some time. I'm not sure what the guy thought of this, because he quickly excused himself and hasn't spoken to me since.

Not much of a loss, I'd say!

Heterocycles... :)

So, if gay marriages destroy straight marriages, do bi marriages destory other bi marriages?

I think they destroy civilization as we know it.

PeterC said...

Well, we all know where a bi-marriage built for two will lead.

Poly marriage, it's a slippery slope folks!

We have to fight getting more love in this world, we have too many friendships as it is!!!!

L-girl said...

Well, we all know where a bi-marriage built for two will lead.

Increased fun and satisfaction? Oh nooooo!!!!

L-girl said...

We have to fight getting more love in this world, we have too many friendships as it is!!!!

Time to quote Mencken's definition of Puritanism: "The haunting fear that someone, somewhere might be having fun."

Tom said...

I'd like to put a proposition on the ballot in support of plaid.

Gays for Plaid in 08!