Really, really, really gay

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Are you Gay enough to finish this?

This is really, really, really gay.

“No.....THIS is really, really, really gay.....”

~ Noel Coward on Really, really, really gay

“Anyone who quotes me is really, really, really gay.”

~ Oscar Wilde on Really, really, really gay

“Anyone who is named Oscar Wilde is really, really, really gay.”

~ Noel Coward on Really, really, really gay

For several years people were able to get away with doing really really really gay things without being classified one way or another. That all changed when Mr. T was about to punch out Patrick Swayze. Swayze started prancing around Dirty Dancing style, which prompted Norris to exclaim, "That is really, really, really gay."

West Side Story is really, really, really gay.

Over the years more and more things have been added to the list of things that are really really really gay. Certain priests are on the list, along with everyone from the band N*Sync. Classification can be extremely difficult in some cases. Certain gay people, such as David Schwimmer, Charlie Sheen, and Derek Jeter are really really really gay, while others, such as Tom Cruise, are only really really gay. Barney Rubble wasn't always really really really gay, but Fred Flintstone was. Will and Grace is really really really gay, along with anyone who watches it. Sex and the City, however is not really really really gay, but men who watch it are. Classification can sometimes be a daunting task.

In cases when finding a certain classification particularlhe Theory of Sissy Boys claim that Mr. Apterker and traveler are, in fact, two different people, it has been resolutely confirmed by some guy that "Luke Apterker, also known as traveler, is the gayest of the really, really, really gay people." It was at this point that I round-house kicked the reporter to death for even daring to ask such a question.