Observant little ...

I don't understand the answer, but I may have some ideas on the question...

"Everyone's a little queer, why can't you be a little straight?"

Why is it that that the fabulous unattached guys in this town all seem to be gay? I keep on meeting these fantastic guys who are cute, intelligent, fun, dress well, flirt like troopers (specifically, like American marines on R&R in Australia), and know how to dance. Of course, the last part is a dead giveaway. They are all gay.

Any why are they always the people who also think I'm fabulous as soon as they meet me?

If only it truly was possible to make a gay guy straight. But I don't think that's possible, any more than a guy can be "turned gay". I think that's just bisexual guys experimenting. *sighs and shrugs*

Listening to: Weezer - Pinkerton


Blogger Sam said...

Sadly there's still plenty of people who think gay people can be turned straight. Many of them sing for JC at Hillsong and such.

3:14 pm  
Anonymous OLS said...

*lol* Indeed, but they also think that being homosexual is a sin or a crime against God or some such thing.

Even my Mum doesn't understand that gay guys and girls just aren't attracted to the opposite sex that way, the same way that she isn't attraced to 18yo boys that way (for which I'm eternally grateful I may add!). She doesn't really judge, but she also doesn't understand.


9:40 am  
Blogger sarni said...

I imagine most of the good (straight) ones are taken. I do have friends who fit all the criteria (not including my bf :-p) but they were generally taken by the time they left uni. The ones who weren't... probably are so used to be chased by women that they've gotten arrogant, and that's never an attractive quality in a guy.

1:23 pm  
Anonymous OLS said...

Yeah, exactly. I do know heaps of fabulous attached guys, but I'm just not the sort of girl who'd chase someone else's guy. And I probably wouldn't be interested in anything substantial with the kind of guy who'd be interested in the kind of girl who'd chase someone else's guy.

My lord that was a convoluted sentence! ;o)


9:58 pm  
Blogger sarni said...

I know what you mean. :-) Perhaps the best tactic is to find guys that are dateable, who are currently attached, but attached to girls that you don't think are good for them... then maybe just wait around for them to break up (as they will inevitably) and then be on the spot at the right time.

Alternatively, give up on the dressing and dancing well criteria (and perhaps even the flirting like a trooper) and just 'settle' for a cute, intelligent and nice boy who knows how to have fun. :-D

3:11 pm  

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