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  1. drizzle
    December 22, 06:09 Reply

    oh now he’s going to get tight slaps on his face.

  2. Delle
    December 22, 08:43 Reply

    But wait o, can’t one just compliment his fellow boy? My dad always says any guy that tells you you’re handsome or cute is gay, but to me I think it’s stupid. A guy can’t compliment his fellow guy plainly but girls kiss, smooch and call themselves bedroom names in public! Na wa

      • Delle
        December 22, 10:41 Reply

        It’s really annoying. Whenever I call my straight friends things like ‘dearie’ or even hug them (I’d rather hug than shake), they get hysterical, saying shit like, ‘Pls, I’m not gay o’. What rubbish! If my calling you ‘dearie’ or hugging you makes u gay, please join the club. I still pet-call them and I hug like no man’s business, after a while, they get used to it. Girls can’t have all the fun! Haba

  3. GAG
    December 22, 12:47 Reply

    There is nothing there jare, someone wants told me if he was a gal I am the kind of guy he would wanna date cos he admires me alot…. and he was very serious. I had to laugh and walk away.

    • Teflondon
      December 22, 13:23 Reply

      Nigga who said that is gay.. Be rest assured. I use that line sometimes when I want a str8 dude.
      Trust me no str8 guy can ever have such thought talkless saying it out to his fellow dude.

      • Delle
        December 22, 14:35 Reply

        Actually it happens. Two of my roommates (straight as the spines on a cactus) have said if I were a girl, they’d have so dated me. It’s not being gay, it’s just being sincere about something you feel could have happened but won’t.

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