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Is it because they know they're wrong and miserable and want to make others share in their sorrows?

>friend ive known for 9 months through new job invites me over for beers
>drinking, chilling, he suggests to put the spartacus (blood and sand) series on in the background
>tfw, i shit you not, there were 3 gay sex scenes in the episode
>tfw feeling awkward as fuck
>start thinking of escape routes
>tfw a blonde roman girl comes on screen
>''oh she's nice'' i say
>''yeah, kind of, but i prefer those other scenes'' he says offhandedly
>tfw the end credits roll at long last

I managed to bail on him but i've not responded to his texts for the last 4 days and he keeps sending afew new ones more and more as the days go on. Advice? I mean, i'm not sure if he's actually gay, he's a pretty handsome guy and he's funny and popular, so he shouldn't have any problems but i'm unsure what to do. Unfriend? Carry on being friends? I mean, spartacus is a show for gays right? Why else would he watch it?
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Soros is the the one pushing this shit on us. We are just too pussified to stand up for ourselves
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Don't post that at me fudgepacker
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Whats wrong about wanting to get rammed in the ass?




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