Monday, August 07, 2006

Lance Bass - You're an Asshole!

So I may be late in my blog about the "shock" that Lance Bass is a big flamin' mo; but I'm not praising this asshole, and you will all see why very shortly...
Like now...
In reading an interview online at Lance here said the following:
"The thing is, I'm not ashamed — that's the one thing I want to say...
I'm more liberated and happy than I've been my whole life."
Excellent, good for you! It's an amazing feeling being able to be who you are and basically tell the world to fuck off if they can't handle it.
More of the interview read:
"I'm at peace with my family, my friends, myself and God, so there's nothing else that I worry about."
Growing up a staunch Roman Catholic, I can completely relate to the God reference. He's at peace, and I think that's what is important here. He's moving on, realizing him being gay isn't a tragedy and knows life is pretty darn good to him.
Further on in the interview:
"Telling his bandmates has been easy, but telling his family was another matter. His sister became pale and started crying when he told her, while his mother "broke down." "The worst part about it was my mom found out not from me," Bass said. "She found out on the Internet, and that's what just killed me. ... It destroyed her for a little bit." His father, in the meantime, was concerned about diseases, telling Lance that "It's much easier for gay people to get AIDS," and "Statistics show that these relationships don't last. You know it's not going to last." "I was like, 'Dad, wow!' "
Again, this is something I can completely relate to; having your parents not being able to accept you right away, to be seen differently by your mother and father is a very hard thing for a child.
So Lance Bass, welcome to the world of coming out, you've experienced what the majority of gay men have - a mixture of flat acceptance, people being curious and asking questions, ignorance and people looking at you differently now.
You must all be asking - "But Darek, how can you call him an asshole, after all these compliments and pearls of wisdom?"
Here's the end of his interview:
"I want people to take away from this that being gay is a norm," Bass said. "That the stereotypes are out the window ... I've met so many people like me that it's really encouraged me. I call them the SAGs — the straight-acting gays. We're just normal, typical guys. I love to watch football and drink beer."
YOU FUCKING CUNT! You stupid, ignorant, self-hating bastard. SAG? Honey, I may not have a lisp, may not shashay down the hallways at school and my wrists are not limpy spaghetti noodles - but if they were, I'd be equally proud of the faggot I am and equally ashamed of the fairy you are!
You may never read this, I hope to God it somehow reaches towards you, but you are a prick! Have you heard the story of Matthew Shepard, how he was beaten so badly his own mother couldn't at first identify him? How he was hung on a fence like a dead animal? All for what? Because maybe his flame shone a little brighter than others? Because he didn't drink beer and watch football.
Lance Bass you can go straight to hell - and baby, the only way yous gonna be straight actin' is if yous stop liking it up the ass and sugar pie, that ain't nevah, evah, gonna happen! SHIIIIIIIIIIT!


alex k. said...


ana (let's hang out plz) said...

I was hanging out with Polish people the other day and they were talking about beloved childhood food.

- bread (MUST BE RYE) soaked with some water and then sprinkled with sugar
- bread (MUST BE RYE) with butter and mustard (NOT mustard then butter and that mustard better be Dijon)
- yolk of an egg (ONLY THE YOLK) beaten with sugar
- bread (THAT BETTER BY RYE!!!) with butter and tomatoe paste
- bread (RYE?!????!??!) with butter sprinkled with salt

true? false?

Darek/Darciu/Dariusz said...

Some of these sound familiar:
All bread must be rye, ALL. If it goes hard, you soak it in water and eat it. INDESTRUCTIBLE.

the bread/water/sugar dealy - never heard of

the bread/butter/mustard dealy - yes, but it can also work with horse radish sauce

yolk of an egg with sugar - that's very old school, but it's fresh egg, like straight form the chicken, not the eggs that stand in the supermarket for 12 days; the yolk is still warm (kinda gross)

bread/butter/tomato paste can also be done with ketchup - i use to make mustard, ketchup, butter sandwiches when i was a kid

well bread with salted butter is not really polish as it is um, universal?

Travis said...

here here. Stop acting straight and just be yourself, f'n queer!

I left a comment, are you happy now?

Dave said...

He is an asshat... by the way, love your blog!