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Sure As Hell Not An Apology

shut_upThere’s a good reason Drake’s Flames doesn’t get a lot of traffic. Fact is, a lot of people don’t like my tone. They don’t like my frequent use of quasi-profanity. They don’t like jokes about hookers or cocaine or perfume you can get at the drug store. And that’s fine with me. If you don’t like what I’m writing, don’t freaking read it. I mean, are the banners not obvious enough? It says, right there at the top, crass opinions and bathroom humor. Seriously, I’m not even trying to be family-friendly.

But one thing I don’t dig, one thing you won’t see me write, is hate. When I see people making snap judgments about others based on stuff like melatonin levels or preference in life partners, it pisses me off. When I was recently accused of being deliberately and casually homophobic (it won’t take you long to find it), it got me kind of riled up.

So first things first – I don’t have anything whatsoever against gay people. I am a little perturbed by use of the word ‘gay’ to mean ‘homosexual,’ because when I was a kid, ‘gay’ meant ‘brightly colored’ or ‘very happy.’ We also sometimes used the word to mean that a thing was silly and immature – but it surely never meant ‘into dudes.’ That came about when I was in high school, and had been using ‘gay’ for over a decade. I’m not claiming grandfather clause, or anything, but people being offended about hearing the word ‘gay’ outside of an all-male dance club is a fabrication, a factor of a society looking for reasons to be upset about something.

Furthermore, my recent use of the word to describe the game Werewolf was not meant in the insulting tone that people assumed (an assumption that I can only guess is caused by an increased sensitivity and desire to find something heinous in anything with which they do not agree). The offense in this case was completely added by the people who read it. They assumed I meant ‘gay’ as ‘lame.’ I did not. I meant that Werewolf made a roomful of grown men very uncomfortable, as if the game were designed to be played by a group of men who were all attracted to each other. When I said it was the gayest game I ever played, I meant that it was kind of like playing Spin the Bottle when all the players are dudes. Perhaps if I had been playing with a sorority full of nubile females, my experience would have been much more favorable. Perhaps if I had said Werewolf was the most uncomfortably almost-intimate game I ever played, the clarification would have spared me the backlash. But ‘gay’ summed it up better, because I prefer women, and I prefer games that do not make me feel like I should be planning romantic vacations with my male friends. For crying out loud, one of the cards you can get tells two of the players that they are now lovers – and I was playing with a group of men. So that is gay, and not like silly gay, but like man-love-gay.

However, I should point out, for the sake of honesty, that I have been known to say a thing was gay when I did not mean homosexual. I have said things were gay when I just meant that they were frivolous, ridiculous or trite because for most of my life, that’s what it meant. I have never said a thing was ‘gay’ and meant it as an insult to gay people. In fact, I’m not sure why anyone would want to be called ‘gay.’ From before I was born, ‘gay’ meant one of three things – happy, colorful or goofy. And none of those sounds like it should mean ‘dude who is into dudes.’

Which is not to say I have permission to offend. I get that. I don’t carry a signed court order giving me the right to say something someone might find offensive, despite it meaning something else entirely. But the beauty thing is, I don’t need permission. I pay the hosting fees around here and built the site myself. I don’t have advertisers. I don’t rep for anyone, and I don’t beg for traffic. I write what I want to write, and if it bothers you at all – I mean, in any way at all – I will legitimately thank you not to read it. And I don’t mean that sarcastically. If you don’t like what I write, I would be sincerely grateful if you did not read any more.

I do want to address one more point. More than one person suggested that using ‘gay’ as a pejorative was equivalent to using racial slurs. I’m not going to type examples here, because unlike those who wished to find fault with me, I find the words reprehensible enough that I would rather not even suggest them. Suffice to say, I disagree with the idea that saying ‘gay’ is the same as referring to someone as an inferior because of their skin tone. ‘Gay’ has only meant ‘homosexual’ for the last twenty to thirty years. When I was a kid, it was only ever interpreted exactly the way I use it. Racial slurs, on the other hand, have never NOT been offensive. Nobody comes up with a derogatory word for a group of people based on their ethnic background just to offer a compliment. Racial slurs are simply condensed hatred. ‘Gay’, by comparison, means ‘silly’ – or it did for a long, long time. Guess I’m just old-fashioned.

It does make me wonder, though – do these people, the ones so horribly mortified at what they perceive to be homophobia, do they ever use blasphemous language? Do they rise up in arms when they see it in print? Do they boycott Dan Brown (because that dude seriously hates the Catholic church)? Or do they happily trot out their litany of faith-based profanity to curse my evil ways of using the word ‘gay’ the way I have since I was eight years old? I ask these rhetorical questions because while I don’t know any gay people offended by my use of the word ‘gay,’ I know dozens of people who flinch if they hear a person curse something in the name of their deity of choice. And I know a lot more people who casually blaspheme than I do people who use ‘gay’ to mean ‘goofy.’

I’m not about to apologize for offending anyone with the Werewolf comment. People who got upset about it took it completely out of context and built their own meaning into what I said. Had those people asked for clarification instead of instantly jumping to conclusions, I would have been happy to explain. As it is, I can only hope that those champions of the downtrodden take their disapproving head-shakes and pursed lips back to whatever morally sanctified playground they usually enjoy. I like dirty. I prefer my life to have a little grit in it. I like off-color humor, because to me, it feels real. Those who want to white-wash the world to avoid references to reproductive organs would be well-advised to avoid Drake’s Flames like I carried the written version of the ebola virus, because while I will aggressively object to anyone professing bigotry of any kind, I will not clean up my act when it comes to adult content.

Don’t like it? Don’t read it.

38 Responses to “Sure As Hell Not An Apology”

  1. Bjorn says:

    Hey, I’m gay, and the thought that I should have been offended by your Werewolf review hadn’t crossed my mind until I read this posting. Just saying :-)
    And I really like your reviews *because* you’re not shy of using ‘naughty words’, profanities, and a nice helping of sarcasm. So please, keep doing things the way you’re doing them. There are already enough of sugar-coated, nicey-nicey boardgame review sites in the world (where they say something is “a pain in the neck” or they “kick the snot out of X” , because kids (or something)).

  2. Pauw says:

    I recently found your site, and I must say that I really enjoy the way you write. No-nonsense, just saying what you think kind of writing that ocasionally makes me laugh.
    It’s a shame some people need to be so hyper-sensitive about everything. For me it’s obvious that you do not intend to really insult anyone.
    Keep up the good work.

  3. Vince says:

    Matt –

    I read that review the same way (I think maybe we’re nearly of the same era…). Funny side-note, as middle school teacher I actually had to work that word out of my vocabulary or face retribution of the institution. Anyway, just to add depth and texture to the tapestry, you write some stuff that I skip over, or at least won’t repeat to my wife or oldest boy (who, along with myself, enjoy a good twist of the sarcasm dagger in the entrails of reality). Like I said, I skip it. I don’t have to read it. But, gosh darn it, you come up with some good lines! Additionally, you are unequivocal about your opinions of games – that’s refreshing.

    – Vince

  4. Matt Drake says:

    You sure are persistent. But I am going to ignore you now, because you’re persistently an asshole.

  5. Kenneth Harkin says:

    I’m happy to be a guinea mick. I’d be unhappy to be an asshole but apparently that doesn’t bother you. People don’t choose to be black, Irish, white, gay, asian, or even in most cases their religion since it is programmed in from infancy by their families. Slurs against such groups are utterly meaningless as they chose nothing for their state. You have to choose and work at it to be an asshole.

    Every group will have names assosciated with it and only the jackasses who make a point of keeping abreast of them are the ones yammering with their pie holes (did I just insult fat people or pies?).

  6. Ken Harkin says:

    Doctor Internet, it appears neither Matt nor I understand the point of your post. Perhaps it is because sarcasm is very easily misconstrued on the Internet. I, and I believe from his response but can’t vouch for him, Matt can’t figure out what you are saying. I read it as a sarcastic condemnation of Matt’s position. Was it or was it not? Please be clear. If I am mistaken I apologize.

    I whole heartily support Matt’s position.

  7. Matt Drake says:

    OK. Duly noted.

  8. Anon says:

    Your explanation is… kinda weird. The original article didn’t bother me, but 1000s of people, grown men (and women), gay and straight, in relationships or not, whatever, play Werewolf without any issues. That your group had a problem with it kinda speaks to your own mindset.

    And y’know, that was a genuine reaction you had to the experience of the game, so I can’t tell you that wasn’t valid or such. But it’s a bit, say, aberrant? That you specifically found it uncomfortable because it was a group of all men (would it have been less weird if it were a group of married couples? Or a group of gender-mixed singles and two guys drew the Lovers cards? Or two girls?) and that you described it using the word ‘gay’ rather than the other phrasings you suggested in this post – it kinda suggests a latent degree of homophobia. Not ‘I hate the gays’ homophobia, just the ‘I find that all a bit icky’ sort. Which: upbringing, social environment, all that stuff. It’s not a conscious choice you’re making, and it’s not discriminatory… it just *is*, y’know. But it can still bother people that you feel that way.

    I think maybe some people who actually got the original meaning were picking up on that, being a little bit bothered by it for some reason, not really knowing why, so just falling back on your use of the word as an easy way to express some anger/upset.

  9. Kenneth Harkin says:

    I have no problem with gays. I grew up on the dog show circuit in the 80s where gays were as common as straights and nobody cared (watch Best In Show, it is all real). At the same time I have a visceral nauseous reaction to the idea of handling another man’s dingus or he mine. I am also almost certainly not in the minority of men in that respect. If you are gay then fine, live your life as you like. I still find the act of gay male love revolting personally and would rather not see it thrown in my face at every opportunity. I’m not talking about a couple holding hands or kissing but I am talking about not having been able to watch a single episode of Six Feet Under without seeing David being bent over the hood of a car in a parking garage taking it from a homeless gay prostitute, hence I and many others stopped watching. If you want to watch it that is fine and I am not going to call for a ban on it but I would have rather known before watching several episodes just how in your face nasty man sex this was going to become.

    You label Matt’s reaction as aberrant when in truth his reaction is the norm and the behavior he was uncomfortable with the aberration. I don’t want to watch a movie or play a game with a prime focus of the activity being guys getting it on with each other. I am not in the minority on this. Gay behavior is NOT the norm and any guy that states he has no problems handling other guys’ peckers is gay, unless he is a urologist.

    Now for the nitpicking on Matt’s response; if anyone here is going to deny the stereotype of a bunch of male gamer nerds locked away from women playing board, card, or miniature games with each other then I am going to laugh in your face. Yes there are girls and married guys, Matt and I are both married with kids, but we all know the main demographic is for guys without women to be playing these games. So Matt playing with all guys is the norm as the developers know and “For crying out loud, one of the cards you can get tells two of the players that they are now lovers – and I was playing with a group of men. So that is gay, and not like silly gay, but like man-love-gay.” it does make a big difference if there are only men in the room. I’d really rather be accused, even in jest, of making the beast with two backs with my male friend’s wife than with him! I really don’t want to play a game that is regularly going to tell a couple of my buddies or I that we screwing around with each other.

    Anyone bothered by how I feel can kiss my ass. For a person to be bothered about how another feels with something like this is the height of stupidity. Be bothered if I mistreat you but I can still at this point feel any damn way I please.

  10. Kenneth Harkin says:

    So is “gay” the new “nigga” because my gay friends call themselves gay. Is that allowed in the new PC world order because they are in the club and I am not? Does that mean I can call white people “Crackers” because I am white?

  11. James Torr says:

    Fruitcake? Really? I’ve always understood the word “fruit” in reference to a person to be clearly a homosexual slur, but I really think that “fruitcake” as slang means something like “space cadet.” Jimmy Buffett has a 1994 album named “Fruitcakes,” and the title track got some airplay back then and he’s regularly played it at concerts since, the lyrics are pretty clearly describing people who are “out in left field” (wait, is that a slur now too? heh) . . . it ends with the line “we need more fruitcakes in this world” . . . I actually just googled “Jimmy Buffett fruitcakes homosexuals” to see if I could find anyone writing about taking offense at the song . . . nothing. Just because some people have used a word as a slur sometimes, even if some people have done so since the 1930s, doesn’t mean that everyone everywhere uses it that way or has ever even heard it used that way. It’s a big country.

  12. joosh says:

    Love the honest reviews. Keep it up!

  13. Nikkkkki says:

    You’d have to ask Matt in what sense he meant to use the term. Given that it was in a list of words that he said we would continue to use as pejoratives and directly followed gay and preceded an anal insertion reference I have my suspicions.

    Considering he has since tried to claim that he only used gay as a pejorative meaning brightly colored or happy, and that gay did not reference homosexuality when he was a child, I have my doubts if we’ll get a truthful answer however.

  14. Ken Harkin says:

    It’s an aberration in that it is decidedly not the norm and many people will be uncomfortable with it. That doesn’t mean it is anyone’s business to say consenting adults can’t do it. It also means I would like to know what I am getting into be it game or entertainment media. Netflix labels movies gay and lesbian for just that reason. I don’t want to watch them but others are more than welcome to.

  15. Matt Drake says:

    If not wanting to give a guy a handy makes me a homophobe, then I am fine with that label.

    Nikki, I think you might be happier at another website. Specifically, I recommend all the sites that are not this one. You are going to HATE the rest of my site. I like gunfights, fast cars and loose women, and I do not like you.

  16. Zap Rowsdower says:

    I just wanted to say as a long time reader I appreciate your site and all that you do, Matt. I mean it’s free, it’s not like I’m paying to read your stuff. If it offends me I don’t have to come back. I enjoy your writing, I intend to keep reading. I hope you keep it up in the future. Thanks!

  17. Nikkkkki says:

    At no point in Werewolf is any intimacy or physical act implied or simulated by the Lovers card…not even a handy. So that’s a non-sequitur to my point.

    I just thought it was odd that your friends are comfortable murdering each other, but that something as nondescript as the lovers card made you intensely uncomfortable.

    I was just curious why that is…and also why you tried to pretend that your willingness to use gay and fruitcake as pejoratives had nothing to do with homosexuality.

    I’ve read your site for a while and take no major issue with it, other than your stance against women’s access to abortion. Given your uncomfortably with teh gays this may surprise you, but girls and/or gay people can also like gunfights and fast cars.

  18. Matt Drake says:

    Why would that be odd? I like violence. I don’t like dick. Games with lots of murder: awesome. Games with male lovers: not for me. How is that not clear to you?

    And I am fine with teh gays, thanks. I saw Fight Club with a gay dude (apparently I am not allowed to claim that we were friends), and we both found it to be pretty bad-ass. I know chicks can also dig a good brawl, because my wife and daughter both love Aliens. But you seem to be upset by murder and betrayal, and I fucking love it, so I figured you must have followed me back here to climb up my ass.

  19. Matt Drake says:

    Thanks, Zap. I have no plans to quit. Except for this thing where people who have no idea who I am are deciding I am some sort of degenerate Nazi, I have too much fun to hang it up.

  20. Harvey the Blue Devil says:

    We live in a culture where many people make themselves out to be victims. Sometimes true hurts from a person’s past lead them to claim victimhood as their identity. Other times, and perhaps more prevalently, the victim mentality comes in lesser forms. Being perpetually offended by this or that comment (from friends/acquaintances, a preacher or politician you saw on the internet, or a board game reviewer) is a minor manifestation of this victim mentality.

  21. Matt Drake says:

    You are either the most offensive man I have ever seen outside TV shows about Kentucky Nazis, or you’re trying to make a point and failing. Either way, shut up.

  22. Matt Drake says:

    Oh for fuck’s sake. Let it go already. I don’t like Werewolf, I’ve said why, and I don’t even remotely care if you don’t think that’s OK. I do not need to vet my opinions with you. Do I tell you that you’re wrong to like Werewolf? No. I told you why I, personally, on a personal level in which you are not involved in any fucking way, don’t like it. So find a different cause to champion, because this one is lost.

  23. Steven says:

    I’ve played games with Matt once a week for years and he is NOT truly discriminatory in any fashion. He’s crude and a smartass at times, but not hatefilled.

    I’ve heard him say things that would stand people’s hair on end, but never did I take any of it personally, nor was I a target of any of it that wasn’t meant as good natured teasing.

    Taking things on the internet out of context is too easy. He said what he said, let it go already. If you don’t like what he writes, don’t read it…

  24. MattyJay says:

    I’ve been reading your site for about a month now and I really enjoy your reviews as well as your sense of humor. At the end of the day your right to speak your mind is all that matters here. You don’t have to justify yourself to any of your readers. If they don’t like it, they can leave the site. Simple as that. Don’t waste time trying to placate them when they don’t give a rats ass about you. They just want to offend you in return, eye for an eye style. Plenty of us out here appreciate what you do.

  25. Doppelbock says:

    Wow, now I know why I normally just read the RSS feed and don’t see the comments. I like to think that I get where Matt is ciming from (as we are about the same age I think). This is a nutty site written for entertainment, lighten up Francis.

  26. Anon says:

    And that’s… well that’s fine really. We’re in early days here, plenty of people still have the “gay = eww” reaction and the gay police aren’t going to come around and re-programme your brain for thinking that.

    But I’d hope you get now that that attitude was visible in your initial post, and that’s what people were picking up on, and hence why it got the reaction it did. And again, it’s fair enough to have that opinion, but you get why some gay people might be upset by it right?

    In no way am I saying you’re not allowed to think “gay = gross”, just unless you have to it’s best not to talk about it ’cause it’s going to upset people.

  27. Matt Drake says:

    At the risk of having Nikki call me a liar again, this is literally the first time in my life that anyone has expressed any sort of offense at me saying ‘gay.” It never bothered me because I seriously never equated saying ‘gay’ with an indication of homophobia. The initial reaction was a hell of a surprise, and the level of vitriol that spilled out afterward was a complete shock. I know it’s not a commonly accepted phrase – I’m not an idiot – but the idea that any visitor to this site, which specializes in unacceptable phrasing, would get this worked up just plain never occurred to me. I usually expect easily offended people to avoid Drake’s Flames, and I never thought anyone who was not easily offended would get this upset.

    That said, you won’t see me write that again. People see me write ‘gay’ and think it means I hate gay people. I don’t, and I am angered by people who do, and while it still seems like a hell of an overreaction to get worked up about it, it’s not worth the shitstorm. I’ll just stick to jokes about hookers.

  28. Alex says:

    Matt, the problem with you not apologising for or not even reconcidering the use of these words is that you automaticaly make this site exclusionary.
    You exclude all the people that have been oppressed and victimized by bullies who used these words in a violent way.
    The people that you exlcude with this behavior are certainly not *all* the people of the oppressed group but that dosen’t make their pain somehow less or invalid.
    You exclude them from enjoying your content for what nastiness bad people have inflicted on them.
    Intentions don’t matter, when you use words and phrases that are being used in the present day to oppress people is problematic, when you refuse to apologise and declare that despite the pain they cause, you will continue using them is disrespectful.
    Apologising and revising your language is not being PC, it’s being considerate and acting in solidarity.

  29. Matt Drake says:

    First, I am not considerate. I’m actually sort of the opposite. Hell, if you knew me in real life, you would have an even lower opinion of me. Because believe it or not, I edit myself for this site. In real life, I am much worse.

    Second, I hereby declare that the word ‘exclusionary’ shall no longer be tolerated at Drake’s Flames. That’s a bullshit word that people came up with so they could feel superior to Republicans. If you think people are upset at seeing me say ‘gay,’ wait until you see how I react to ‘exclusionary.’

    Third, I don’t give a rat’s ass about solidarity. If I see a person – gay, black, retarded, crippled or just nerdy – getting bullied, I’ll be the first to jump in and put a stop to it. But that same person doesn’t need to haul their baggage into my house and start demanding I treat them better than I treat anyone else.

    Fourth, I just wrote this, like three hours ago:

    “That said, you won’t see me write that again. People see me write ‘gay’ and think it means I hate gay people. I don’t, and I am angered by people who do, and while it still seems like a hell of an overreaction to get worked up about it, it’s not worth the shitstorm. I’ll just stick to jokes about hookers.”

    Fifth and final point. I am crass, opinionated and fond of bathroom humor. It says as much at the top of every single page. If people are offended by what I say, they have been warned. I don’t actually want them here. I am actually happier that way. And they will be happier. Everyone, all over the place, happy. It’s a regular hippie love-in.

    Or am I not allowed to say that, for fear that I might exclude hippies?

  30. Alex says:

    1.Being inconsiderate is really problematic and I believe stems from the privileges that you enjoy, privileges that are most of the time invisible to you, as privileges tend to be.

    2.I didn’t use the word exclusionary all by it’s self. When I wrote that you are being exclusionary I specifically wrote that you are being exclusionary to people that have been oppressed and victimised.
    Being exclusionary to people that have different ideologies than you (like in the example you used, hippies) is not problematic at all, I would say that it is to be expected and people who try to please everyone regardless of their ideology are a bit creepy but excluding people for the shit they have taken from bullies is highly problematic.
    You don’t live in a bubble, you must know about the way many gay people are treated even right now. Using the word gay in a negative way just adds to their pain, no matter in what way you intended it to be interpreted, as I said, intentions don’t matter when something you do is wrong it’s wrong, and using the word that in the present day describes a sexual identity to describe something negatively, then that is wrong.
    It might not have occured to you at the moment you posted it, that’s understandable, in a society that is highly homophobic everybody can slip but when you get called for it and say you won’t apologise for it, you just told the people that you hurt that you don’t care for them and simultaneously told their bullies that what they do is OK, that your blog is welcome to the bullies and not the victims.

    3.Solidarity dosen’t mean that you treat people better than others, it means that alongside the stairs you put ramps.
    But in this situation you actually treated the bullies better than the victims.

    4.I didn’t see that and I’m sorry for accusing you that you said that you wouldn’t use it again in a negative way.
    You still have not apologised though and that was part of my argument to.

    5.You can be crass, opinionated and talk about farts without saying anything homophobic and sexist and please remember that it’s not about offenciveness it’s about oppressiveness.

  31. Matt Drake says:

    Dude, we are clearly not on the same page. Life is rough. If you’re going to cry into your lacy undergarments every time you sense the slightest miscarriage of sensitivity, you will spend your whole life as a giant retarded twat.

  32. Alex says:

    This was a truly problematic responce…

    You point here is trully awful, yes, life is rough for all of us, we don’t have to make it rougher for anyone though.
    And you made it rougher with you homophobic comment and you keep making it rougher with your “not apologizing” stance.
    What we should be doing is trying to make it better for everyone not trying to keep it the way it is and surely not to make it rougher.

    People that experience homophobia and came here to read funny reviews got shit and your stance afterword gave them even more shit. That is shit that *you* gave them, not life in general and that is my point.

    Now your delivery was even more awful, cause you equated emotional fatigue and lacy underwear with weakness and that is plain sexism for the fact that you use “feminine” qualities to describe weakness.
    It was also ableist cause even if you have friends that don’t mind being called that, as with the word gay, people have been victimized through the usage of this word and you give shit to them too.
    Apart from that, it was nonsencical cause it really takes strenght to call someone out for a behavior like homophobia, a behavior that is perceived not only as normal but also moral.

  33. Matt Drake says:

    Thanks for the analysis, pencil dick. But you missed some. I also called you a giant retarded twat, and you didn’t even comment on that.

  34. what says:

    Fruitcake is someone who is loopy and has been since I first heard it

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fruitcake

    Can’t see it meaning gay….. ahhh your claiming ‘fruit’ as a derogatory word

    Ahhh looks like gay does still have other meanings
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gay?show=0&t=1386492802

  35. Ericksson says:

    I really like Drake’s flames.
    Keep doing it the way you like.
    Your reviews (including Mr. Drake) introduce me and my friends to the world of board games.
    When i enter to the former blog and read my first review i thought ok this guy has a style. Then i read the blog title and think thats very proper name.
    Let them burn.
    ;)

  36. PALGOLAK says:

    You, sir, are a wise man.

    This discussion was pointless, and reading it has kept me away from watching tonght’s “True Detectve”.

    Now that is entertainment- no fruits so far, but a heaping helping of fruitcakes.

    Peace out!

  37. RATCHETface says:

    yeah, well, that’s one response.

    Or you could just say “yeah, I guess that does come across as a little homophobic. Like most guys my age, I guess I have a little of that, that’s how we were raised”. Then either say you’ll try to be more sensitive in the future, or else say you’ll never be more sensitive in the future, fuck y’all if you don’t like my culturally somewhat homophobic ass. Whatever.

    that might be a little more honest than twisting yourself into a pretzel trying to show you both don’t care and you never did anything wrong and screw those people and I’M SERIOUS GUYS Werewolf is ACTUALLY ABOUT MANSEX!!!!. Which comes across as “I don’t mind looking like a total idiot as long as I never have to admit I’m wrong”.

    my 2c.

  38. No says:

    you used the term gay in a derogatory sense in a review of darjeeling when commenting on the theme of tea. so dont try to get all on your high fucking horse you bigoted cunt, just be honest and admit it. you’re just another closet fag like the rest of you macho fucking yanks.

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