I plan to find out what my crush thinks about gay issues, and I have made an elaborate plan on how I will do this. I wrote it today on a piece of scrap paper while I was bored in Keyboarding class. I'm going to put it up on here, so that people can point out any possible holes in my dastardly plan. :D
(or Operation: Discern If Self's Crush Ostracizes and Discriminates Against Gays and Lesbians (And If She Doesn't, I'll need to make a Visit to the Emergency Room Due to a Spontaneous Heart Attack)
I know it's way long and not your typical acronym, but oh well.
Who: My crush, my family, and I.
What: We will invite my crush to hang out with us.
Where: At our local park.
When: I have absolutely no idea! I've yet to plan out this entire thing, let alone set a date for it! How am I supposed to know this, anyways??
Why: Because I am sick of hiding my feelings from her and I want to see whether it's safe to come out to her or not.
Step 1- I'll ask my younger siblings/mom/dad (if he's there) to go VERY FAR AWAY
Step 2- I'll be all nice and generous and try to buy my crush ice cream/some kind of junk food with my own money. (This way I seem selfless and kind to her. I like impressing her, what can I say?) If she doesn't want any, I'll be selfish and get myself something anyway. (It IS my money, after all!)
Step 3- We'll sit down at a park bench or table together and engage in idle chit-chat.
Step 4- I'll bring up the topic of homosexuality. I'll say something like, "So, what do you think about gay marriage?" I'll make sure I sound casual and confident.
Step 5- Gauge crush's reaction. Then, change subject.
Step 6- If she seems homophobic, I'll go home after the date and sulk. If she's supportive, then my family will have to rush me to the hospital so that the doctors can treat the heart attack I just experienced. After my recovery, I'll CELEBRATE!! Then I'll make a new plan for how to come out to her.
God, I hope this works...
So, does this sound good? Is there anything I should possibly think about and/or change? Be honest! I can't afford to have this whole operation blow up in my face.