Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby MisterTambourineMan » 27 Dec 2012, 20:04

SouthernYokel wrote:plus me and cheese like them. that'll put a bow on this thread i guess. lock it up.


plus me. fun is the answer.



Though, where do these One Direction fellas fall? Like, they're clearly gay, but they're designed to be gay as well, for the ladies - which is odd, isn't it? But based on everything I know about them (those Brees' Pepsi ads) they're the gayest. But they're supposed to be, so does that detract from their gayness? Are they less gay because they're supposed to be gay? Some real existential questons here.
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby Gregs Kite » 27 Dec 2012, 20:51

MisterTambourineMan wrote:Though, where do these One Direction fellas fall? Like, they're clearly gay, but they're designed to be gay as well, for the ladies - which is odd, isn't it? But based on everything I know about them (those Brees' Pepsi ads) they're the gayest. But they're supposed to be, so does that detract from their gayness? Are they less gay because they're supposed to be gay? Some real existential questons here.


My man raises an interesting question here. I mean, yeah, we all first saw this thread and thought, "Oh good, Balls decided to be a dickhole and start a retarded thread _ would laugh at."

Now that we've opened the gay kimono a little but I think it begs more questions than answers. Are we to interpret the literal definition of gayest music act? Like, popular musical acts today who, within the confines of their craft, enjoy putting the p in the b? If this is the case, then we should probably examine more than Frank Ocean. Yeah, just because he's come clean to everyone about his proclivities for cock doesn't mean he's the gayest act today. For all we know the Followill brothers have Crisco parties with each other every other weekend. We just don't know.

Unfortunately there's another side to this coin. Does the gayest act involve how the musical act makes us feel about ourselves? Because I gotta tell ya, every time I hear that Kenny Chesney, I want to go down to my local 4H and find me a strapping cowboy to peg my ass like a wild bronco. This can be true about a number of popular artists today. We just don't know.

I feel like this thread, if explored correctly, can unravel into a meaningful discussion of who we are as mass consumers of musical artists, coupled with our hidden desires to be with a man. Sometimes it's the simplest of ideas that can erupt into groundbreaking social movements. I believe that's what we have here. We should all take time over the next day, week, month, and year to dive deeply into this topic, not only at the behest of Balls, the genius behind this driving question, but also to further explore MTM's delicate, yet powerful, question of what constitutes gayest? Who is gay? What is gay? We just don't know. Well done men. Well done.
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby MisterTambourineMan » 27 Dec 2012, 21:38

Gregs Kite wrote:
MisterTambourineMan wrote:Though, where do these One Direction fellas fall? Like, they're clearly gay, but they're designed to be gay as well, for the ladies - which is odd, isn't it? But based on everything I know about them (those Brees' Pepsi ads) they're the gayest. But they're supposed to be, so does that detract from their gayness? Are they less gay because they're supposed to be gay? Some real existential questons here.


My man raises an interesting question here. I mean, yeah, we all first saw this thread and thought, "Oh good, Balls decided to be a dickhole and start a retarded thread _ would laugh at."

Now that we've opened the gay kimono a little but I think it begs more questions than answers. Are we to interpret the literal definition of gayest music act? Like, popular musical acts today who, within the confines of their craft, enjoy putting the p in the b? If this is the case, then we should probably examine more than Frank Ocean. Yeah, just because he's come clean to everyone about his proclivities for cock doesn't mean he's the gayest act today. For all we know the Followill brothers have Crisco parties with each other every other weekend. We just don't know.

Unfortunately there's another side to this coin. Does the gayest act involve how the musical act makes us feel about ourselves? Because I gotta tell ya, every time I hear that Kenny Chesney, I want to go down to my local 4H and find me a strapping cowboy to peg my ass like a wild bronco. This can be true about a number of popular artists today. We just don't know.

I feel like this thread, if explored correctly, can unravel into a meaningful discussion of who we are as mass consumers of musical artists, coupled with our hidden desires to be with a man. Sometimes it's the simplest of ideas that can erupt into groundbreaking social movements. I believe that's what we have here. We should all take time over the next day, week, month, and year to dive deeply into this topic, not only at the behest of Balls, the genius behind this driving question, but also to further explore MTM's delicate, yet powerful, question of what constitutes gayest? Who is gay? What is gay? We just don't know. Well done men. Well done.


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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby bosux » 28 Dec 2012, 09:28

MisterTambourineMan wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
MisterTambourineMan wrote:Though, where do these One Direction fellas fall? Like, they're clearly gay, but they're designed to be gay as well, for the ladies - which is odd, isn't it? But based on everything I know about them (those Brees' Pepsi ads) they're the gayest. But they're supposed to be, so does that detract from their gayness? Are they less gay because they're supposed to be gay? Some real existential questons here.


My man raises an interesting question here. I mean, yeah, we all first saw this thread and thought, "Oh good, Balls decided to be a dickhole and start a retarded thread _ would laugh at."

Now that we've opened the gay kimono a little but I think it begs more questions than answers. Are we to interpret the literal definition of gayest music act? Like, popular musical acts today who, within the confines of their craft, enjoy putting the p in the b? If this is the case, then we should probably examine more than Frank Ocean. Yeah, just because he's come clean to everyone about his proclivities for cock doesn't mean he's the gayest act today. For all we know the Followill brothers have Crisco parties with each other every other weekend. We just don't know.

Unfortunately there's another side to this coin. Does the gayest act involve how the musical act makes us feel about ourselves? Because I gotta tell ya, every time I hear that Kenny Chesney, I want to go down to my local 4H and find me a strapping cowboy to peg my ass like a wild bronco. This can be true about a number of popular artists today. We just don't know.

I feel like this thread, if explored correctly, can unravel into a meaningful discussion of who we are as mass consumers of musical artists, coupled with our hidden desires to be with a man. Sometimes it's the simplest of ideas that can erupt into groundbreaking social movements. I believe that's what we have here. We should all take time over the next day, week, month, and year to dive deeply into this topic, not only at the behest of Balls, the genius behind this driving question, but also to further explore MTM's delicate, yet powerful, question of what constitutes gayest? Who is gay? What is gay? We just don't know. Well done men. Well done.


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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby Gregs Kite » 28 Dec 2012, 09:45

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MisterTambourineMan wrote:
Gregs Kite wrote:
MisterTambourineMan wrote:Though, where do these One Direction fellas fall? Like, they're clearly gay, but they're designed to be gay as well, for the ladies - which is odd, isn't it? But based on everything I know about them (those Brees' Pepsi ads) they're the gayest. But they're supposed to be, so does that detract from their gayness? Are they less gay because they're supposed to be gay? Some real existential questons here.


My man raises an interesting question here. I mean, yeah, we all first saw this thread and thought, "Oh good, Balls decided to be a dickhole and start a retarded thread _ would laugh at."

Now that we've opened the gay kimono a little but I think it begs more questions than answers. Are we to interpret the literal definition of gayest music act? Like, popular musical acts today who, within the confines of their craft, enjoy putting the p in the b? If this is the case, then we should probably examine more than Frank Ocean. Yeah, just because he's come clean to everyone about his proclivities for cock doesn't mean he's the gayest act today. For all we know the Followill brothers have Crisco parties with each other every other weekend. We just don't know.

Unfortunately there's another side to this coin. Does the gayest act involve how the musical act makes us feel about ourselves? Because I gotta tell ya, every time I hear that Kenny Chesney, I want to go down to my local 4H and find me a strapping cowboy to peg my ass like a wild bronco. This can be true about a number of popular artists today. We just don't know.

I feel like this thread, if explored correctly, can unravel into a meaningful discussion of who we are as mass consumers of musical artists, coupled with our hidden desires to be with a man. Sometimes it's the simplest of ideas that can erupt into groundbreaking social movements. I believe that's what we have here. We should all take time over the next day, week, month, and year to dive deeply into this topic, not only at the behest of Balls, the genius behind this driving question, but also to further explore MTM's delicate, yet powerful, question of what constitutes gayest? Who is gay? What is gay? We just don't know. Well done men. Well done.


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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby SouthernYokel » 28 Dec 2012, 10:13

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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby nova » 28 Dec 2012, 10:14

Grr. I hate spunky gingers.
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 28 Dec 2012, 10:40

she is not hot at all, you guys
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby Gregs Kite » 28 Dec 2012, 11:24

You guys are the gayest.

She's smoking hot.
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby bosux » 28 Dec 2012, 12:11

rack it.

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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby mister bacon » 28 Dec 2012, 12:33

nova wrote:Grr. I hate spunky gingers.



i'd certainly fill that ginger with my spunnnnnk

b/w

does your hatred for your wife know no bounds? sheesh.
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby nova » 28 Dec 2012, 12:36

mister bacon wrote:
nova wrote:Grr. I hate spunky gingers.



i'd certainly fill that ginger with my spunnnnnk

b/w

does your hatred for your wife know no bounds? sheesh.


I should have put it in the sarcasm font. I'm a big fan of Emma Stone.
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Postby mister bacon » 28 Dec 2012, 12:43

*waits for 3000 word treatise by ONTB about why emma stone is not hot*
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby Gregs Kite » 28 Dec 2012, 13:02

bosux wrote:rack it.



I havent seen piss poor trolling this bad since the EbenezerSpooge/Dick Dietsch fiasco of 2012.
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Re: Who is the Gayest Music Act today? (w reasons)

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 28 Dec 2012, 14:31

The next logical step for a sex symbol like Emma Stone is to drop a country album. Rack it.
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