It was about gayness and I managed to not say anything stupid or awkward the entire time! WHOO-HOO!
And who do I have to thank for this incredible discomfort? Kurt, of course. All this Glee… Agh. Basically I was complaining about how stereotypical all the characters are, and…
Mom: I know this guy, ____, who's gay and is just like Kurt stereotype-wise- well, almost as bad. His partner fits no stereotypes at all though. You'd never guess-
Me: Wait, I've heard the name ___ before. Have you talked about-
Mom: He's the one that named you. I was asking for good names at work and he suggested yours.
My life is irreversibly queer. I have a gay guy to thank for my gender-neutral name. Awesomeness.
So my mother keeeeps talking, and somehow this conversation covers rainbows, gaydar, where the word 'closet' came from, the fact that my mother is completely convinced my chorus teacher is gay, etc.
My mother is a sign language interpreter, and apparently there's a much higher percentage of gays with that job. Like 50% for women and 90% for men. Apparently my mother has seen guys have to come out as straight.
So if you guys are stuck on career choices, sign language is the way to go! Mwaha.
Anyway, I am exceedingly proud of myself for not blurting out anything stupid. At least I hope I didn't…
Yesterday Other started yelling at Clueless and I for having such weak forces of attraction. Or, to directly quote: 'WHY do I get stuck with the only two friends in the world who have almost no hormones !'
I'm sorry, Other, but not all of us start gushing and stalking a different boy every month. Clueless has had two crushes ever: Jack Sparrow and Fang from Maximum Ride. Wow, I'm not the only one with a doomed love life!
Super Duck… My freakazoid has arrived. I'll say no more on that until I can give you details.
I'm really annoyedbecause despite a promise, Jayjay is still referring to me as 'she'. :(
There was something important I intended to say but I completely forget it…