So, this is the first thing I see this morning:

ShowMeLove's picture

"(Friend) says there is a new drug for depressed lesbians! its called trydixagain"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Not!

That's the first thing I see on Facebook this morning. Isn't that lovely?

Anyone have a witty comeback that I could possibly put as my status? Something along the lines of what she said but about straight people.

The good thing about that is that the "friend" that had it as her Status Update, she's a pot smoking loser who no one would care what she thinks...or rather no normal human being would care what she says/thinks/does.

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Riku's picture

Make a joke about the cure

Make a joke about the cure for straight girls depression having something to do with vaginas or lesbians or something.

That stuff is annoying though. I get so annoyed at people who are all "LOL YOU JUST NEED THE RIGHT MAN." or whatever.

jeff's picture

Hmm...

You can't have it both ways. She's either a pot smoking loser and no one cares what she thinks... or you care what she thinks.

As for the status update? If a lame joke about lesbianism is a personal affront against your sexuality, you need to work on why that is... or just have it grate on your for the rest of your life every time you hear something stupid. Your choice, really.

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ShowMeLove's picture

Honestly, I don't care what

Honestly, I don't care what she thinks. I just think that it would be funny to write something along the lines of that because she would never expect it from me because none of them actually know that I'm gay. It might give them the clue that I am.

And I'm not offended by the joke I just think that it's really lame that people still think that all lesbians just need a "good man", like Riku said. Trust me I've heard and read way worse things than what she said I just attribute it to ignorant people.

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