Thursday, April 9, 2009

He is Because They Are

Rupert Everett is a dick. A whiny, bitchy, grouchy dick. Basically he's Samantha Ronson but British. Last year the pissy actor got into major trouble for calling British soldiers "whiny wimps" (ironic!) and now he's on the hot seat again-for calling his fellow homos "egocentric" and "vain" for wanting to have children. Everett said that gay couples who want to have children through surrogates are "utterly horendous" and that it is a “tiresome” gay movement popularized by “middle-class queens”. Judgey McJudgerson continued by saying "these endless IVF treatments people go through. I mean, if you are meant to have babies then great. But this whole idea of two gay guys filling a cocktail shaker with their sperm and impregnating some grim lesbian and then it gets cut out is just really weird. If I did have the impulse to be a parent, I would adopt - or foster. But this whole thing of forcing the idea of parenthood on us gay men is so bogus. Marriage? Babies? Please. I want to be illegal. I want to live outside the mainstream.” He added: “Or am I slightly ahead of the curve? It has to change. These awful middle-class queens - which is what the gay movement has become - are so tiresome. It’s all Abercrombie & Fitch and strollers. Everybody has the right to do what they want to do, but still…”
Oh my God someone please dick slap this bitchy ass queen pronto! I am so sick and tired of his whining and complaining about absolutely everything! If you don't like it, who cares? I don't recall anyone ever saying "hold up. Before we vote on this bill/protest this injustice/have a baby/choose paper or plastic, WWRED?!? What Would Rupert Everett Do?" And here's a thought-if you want to live outside the mainstream, then go! What are you waiting for? You have the money and certainly no one is going to stop you. You could easily grab your shit and move to a private location and take your self righteous, superior bullshit elsewhere. We'll even help you pack.


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