To the Lesbian couple at Target.

PsyOps

Pixelated
I think all of this is funny.Question if this chit bothers you guys what the hell do you tell the kids when all the Viagra and Cialis commercials come on for erectile dysfunction during dinner ???:lmao:

Dinner time is the best time to discuss the birds and bees. If you're having problems getting them to eat, talk about sex. Suddenly dinner will be more interesting.
 

nutz

Well-Known Member
I think all of this is funny.Question if this chit bothers you guys what the hell do you tell the kids when all the Viagra and Cialis commercials come on for erectile dysfunction during dinner ???:lmao:

Trash, shouldn't let the kids watch tv during dinner time.
 

PrchJrkr

Long Haired Country Boy
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Not even that. A good ### hating Christian would NEVER has such thoughts. To me it is a simple as ones own preferences. I can see kissing a girl that is physically attractive to me. If she has more facial hair than me, is stronger than me, can drive a tractor trailer better than me, has a bigger chain on her wallet and is more masculine looking than Sam Elliott, not so much.

Okay, so I just had to Google. :yikes:

Talk about a flavor saver...
 

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BernieP

Resident PIA
Yes. Ick. Nobody wants to see anyone going at it like carp after a piece of corn.

Don't say "Nobody", people pay to watch worse, I'll use the polite term to remind you that the "Adult Film Industry" rakes in a lot of money.

Also, you are reading into the statement a lot more than was there, " They couldn't keep their hands off of each other and were being very affectionate"

I went back, it doesn't describe any act, it said, being affectionate, with hands.

I say we are dealing with a homophobe. Also, if you don't like looking at it, turn around an look to the front, eh?

Plus I like to bust balls :)
 
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itsbob

I bowl overhand
NO KIDDING! :yay:

My kids have always known gay people exist and wouldn't have had any reaction to same-sex PDAs besides, "Get a room."

I disagree.. Homosexuals never wanted equal rights, they have always wanted special rights..

For Example.. MOST public school PDA are not allowed, ESPECIALLY by faculty. Growing up I couldn't tell you which of my teachers was straight or gay (assuming some of them had to be gay).. NONE of the faculty were allowed to hold hands, kiss.. make out while on campus.. Now, the homosexuals didn't want to just be allowed to be gay and be a teacher, they wanted to have it on display.. be able to kiss and hug, hold hands and even make out on campus in front of students and other faculty, and if you punished them the same as you would a hetero couple the lawsuits would fly. Again, they didn't want to be equal, they wanted to be special.

I agree with the OP.. there is a place to make out, and fondle each other, it's not in a line in Target.. for either straight or gay couples.

Personally I would have broke out my phone and started taking pictures and videos..
 

OrneryPest

lower life form
Why the shooting comment? Were you in Chicago and they were black?:confused:

What's Chicago and black got to do with it? I just think it's rather hilarious that here in modern-day America carrying guns around everywhere appears to be more acceptable than acts of loving kindness.
 

Hannibal

Active Member
I just think it's rather hilarious that here in modern-day America carrying guns around everywhere appears to be more acceptable than acts of loving kindness.

I don't think you're giving it a balanced view. I don't think people take issue with a basic/generic sign of affection regardless of sexual preference (hand holding for example). And in the same sense, I don't think most people don't take issue with a safe/trained person carrying a weapon under clothes and in accordance with the laws.

I do think people take exception to grand gestures of PDA (making out) just as they would some willy-nilly twirling his 6-shooter around in the store (even though the law says he's able to carry) for everyone to see.
 

BlueBird

Well-Known Member
Don't say "Nobody", people pay to watch worse, I'll use the polite term to remind you that the "Adult Film Industry" rakes in a lot of money.

Also, you are reading into the statement a lot more than was there, " They couldn't keep their hands off of each other and were being very affectionate"

I went back, it doesn't describe any act, it said, being affectionate, with hands.

I say we are dealing with a homophobe. Also, if you don't like looking at it, turn around an look to the front, eh?

Plus I like to bust balls :)

... Plus you're an idiot who likes to read in to things. You missed one so I thought I would help you out.

I'm not a homophobe and if you would have read my follow on posts you would also have also read that I have no problem with same sex couples. There's a time and a place for everything and Target wasn't the time nor the place for ANY couple to be groping each other and having a make out session. To imply that a person is a homophobe simply because they don't enjoy watching a couple of ugly Lesbians go at it in a public setting is just ignorant. Grow up.

Vrai was 100% correct with her statement.
 

PeoplesElbow

Well-Known Member
If you want them to stop you just have to watch them like you are enjoying it, same with the breastfeeding activists.
 

BigBlue

New Member
I've led a sheltered life:shrug: I also don't consider places like Red Lobster or Golden Corral to be restaurants. :nono:

What about Red Robin, Carrabba's ,Outback,LongHorn,Rucci's,Capt Billy's? Or do all your restaurants have a drive thru and a clown face you order from ?
 
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