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Received this via email from a friend today. It's worthy of The Onion but I think it may be from Huffington Post. Either way its funny.

 

 

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A self-styled heterosexual man from Akron, Ohio said today that he was "traumatized" over the weekend after attending a showing of the new Sarah Jessica Parker film, "Sex and the City."

 

Hendrick Colton, 34, said that he bought a ticket to the summer blockbuster "Iron Man" at his neighborhood multiplex but wandered into the theater showing "Sex and the City" instead.

 

"The minute the movie came on, I knew something was terribly, terribly wrong," he said.

 

Mr. Colton, a sales clerk at a Home Depot in the Akron suburbs, said he tried to leave the theater immediately but was seated in the middle of a row, making it impossible to escape without causing commotion.

 

"Everyone around me was laughing their heads off and shouting 'You go, girl!'" he said. "It was terrifying."

 

A spokesman for New Line Cinema, the company that released "Sex and the City," said that the film grossed $55 million over the weekend but that Mr. Colton was the only heterosexual man known to have seen it.

 

Friends of Mr. Colton who spoke on condition of anonymity said that the Akron man seemed shaken by the experience of seeing the movie and was concerned that others might now doubt his longstanding claim of being heterosexual.

 

Davis Logsdon, a professor of human sexuality at the University of Minnesota, said that a straight man could attend a film such as "Sex and the City" without experiencing any change in his sexual identity.

 

"A heterosexual man could see that movie and remain heterosexual at its conclusion," Dr. Logsdon said. "Having said that, it's totally gay that he did that."

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Guest Wetnwildbear

Regardless of the origin of the article, it is infantile and

 

offensive. The article fails to be amusing on any level and continues

 

to reinforce the negative stereotype that romance. emotion and

 

humanity are GAY and are therefore threatening and offensive to

 

Hetrosexual men. This type of vile crap only reinforces the

 

the fiction of REAL MEN and makes it acceptable to

 

bash physically, verbally, and legally, any one who deviates

 

from this artificial ideal of Manliness.

 

 

In closing - I must remind you of those lyric

 

words burned forever upon the psyche of humanity:

 

 

"I'm a Lumberjack and I'm okay, I drink all night and I sleep all day,

 

I like to dress in women's clothes and hang around in Bars!"

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>In closing - I must remind you of those lyric

>

>words burned forever upon the psyche of humanity:

>

>

>"I'm a Lumberjack and I'm okay, I drink all night and I

>sleep all day,

>

>I like to dress in women's clothes and hang around in

>Bars!"

 

 

 

 

No body expects the Spanish Inquisition. ;-)

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Guest Wetnwildbear

RD - Looking for someone new to pick on I see.

 

RD - You need more Fiber in your diet, because you

 

are so full of shit that your eyes are brown.

 

 

And I mean that in the most lovely way possible.

 

 

Sorry, gotta go power-shop while having fiendish sex

 

(that involves laughing manically and drooling).

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>In closing - I must remind you of those lyric

>

>words burned forever upon the psyche of humanity:

>

>

>"I'm a Lumberjack and I'm okay, I drink all night and I

>sleep all day,

>

>I like to dress in women's clothes and hang around in

>Bars!"

 

'Burned forever on the psyche of humanity'??????

 

I don't know what to say - except I've never heard of someone who's been so utterly traumatized by a Monty Python skit...

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