Why do gay guys always create unnecessary drama?

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    Aug 08, 2012 5:00 PM GMT
    So I'm in the break room at work with all of my coworkers. Among the group there's another openly gay guy that works with us, so he's sitting on the other side of me. Then this new employee walks in and introduces herself to all of us etc. As soon as she leaves the room the gay guy makes a comment "Why is she wearing that? People who dress like that to work just seek attention!" And I'm sitting there rolling my eyes, resisting the urge to smack him across the face. This is one of the primary reasons me and this guy doesn't get along. When I first started working there he tried to ask me out and I turned his him down. However, he still tries to make nice with by sitting next to me and engaging in conversation. Clearly I always brush him off but he won't take the hint.icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 08, 2012 5:08 PM GMT
    A lot of gay guys are drama queens and get off on it. I'm seriously allergic to drama and distance myself from drama queens.

    Life is too short for drama.

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    Aug 08, 2012 5:55 PM GMT
    That gif is hilarious omg
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    Aug 08, 2012 5:56 PM GMT
    Boland92 saidSo I'm in the break room at work with all of my coworkers. Among the group there's another openly gay guy that works with us, so he's sitting on the other side of me. Then this new employee walks in and introduces herself to all of us etc. As soon as she leaves the room the gay guy makes a comment "Why is she wearing that? People who dress like that to work just seek attention!" And I'm sitting there rolling my eyes, resisting the urge to smack him across the face. This is one of the primary reasons me and this guy doesn't get along. When I first started working there he tried to ask me out and I turned his him down. However, he still tries to make nice with by sitting next to me and engaging in conversation. Clearly I always brush him off but he won't take the hint.icon_rolleyes.gif


    well because they are gay - it would seem.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:01 PM GMT
    your experience with one gay individual lead u to the conclusion that all gay guys are drama-queens? icon_rolleyes.gif

    get up, get out, and educate yourself. Your "break-room" at work does not represent all of humanity. pfffft, seems so silly of you to make such a small-minded conclusion.

    one gay guy at ur work made a comment on some chick's clothes. So the fuck what?.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:03 PM GMT
    Boland92 saidSo I'm in the break room at work with all of my coworkers. Among the group there's another openly gay guy that works with us, so he's sitting on the other side of me. Then this new employee walks in and introduces herself to all of us etc. As soon as she leaves the room the gay guy makes a comment "Why is she wearing that? People who dress like that to work just seek attention!" And I'm sitting there rolling my eyes, resisting the urge to smack him across the face. This is one of the primary reasons me and this guy doesn't get along. When I first started working there he tried to ask me out and I turned his him down. However, he still tries to make nice with by sitting next to me and engaging in conversation. Clearly I always brush him off but he won't take the hint.icon_rolleyes.gif


    And then you run home to realjock to bitch about it to an entire online community... who is the drama queen? He was making an observation that your coworker probably wants attention, how is that dramatic?

    You are a tool.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:03 PM GMT
    Boland92 saidSo I'm in the break room at work with all of my coworkers. Among the group there's another openly gay guy that works with us, so he's sitting on the other side of me. Then this new employee walks in and introduces herself to all of us etc. As soon as she leaves the room the gay guy makes a comment "Why is she wearing that? People who dress like that to work just seek attention!" And I'm sitting there rolling my eyes, resisting the urge to smack him across the face. This is one of the primary reasons me and this guy doesn't get along. When I first started working there he tried to ask me out and I turned his him down. However, he still tries to make nice with by sitting next to me and engaging in conversation. Clearly I always brush him off but he won't take the hint.icon_rolleyes.gif



    He does not represent gay men. You can find women that do this. You can find straight men that do this....so I think that your theory is wrong.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:13 PM GMT
    Yeah there was one very openly gay guy in college as I recall. And he was totally overbearing, opinionated, a drama-starter and flamboyantly loud. He never represented me I know that much...icon_rolleyes.gif I think the same goes for your situation.
  • Montague

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    Aug 08, 2012 6:14 PM GMT
    You sure do have lots of problems in your life.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:30 PM GMT
    TellMeMoar saidA lot of gay guys are drama queens and get off on it. I'm seriously allergic to drama and distance myself from drama queens.

    Life is too short for drama.

    Yup, pretty much.
  • iHavok

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    Aug 08, 2012 6:34 PM GMT
    Because the gay guys who don't create drama are overlooked and ignored... and as most gay men are attention whores... well you can connect the dots.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:36 PM GMT
    Boland92 said"Why is she wearing that? People who dress like that to work just seek attention!" />

    If your coworker was stating the obvious it even moreso makes him the attention-seeker. Maybe she was jealous that bitch stole her thunder.
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    Aug 08, 2012 6:48 PM GMT
    Import saidyour experience with one gay individual lead u to the conclusion that all gay guys are drama-queens? icon_rolleyes.gif

    get up, get out, and educate yourself. Your "break-room" at work does not represent all of humanity. pfffft, seems so silly of you to make such a small-minded conclusion.

    one gay guy at ur work made a comment on some chick's clothes. So the fuck what?.


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    Aug 08, 2012 6:53 PM GMT
    lucky_sevn said
    Import saidyour experience with one gay individual lead u to the conclusion that all gay guys are drama-queens? icon_rolleyes.gif

    get up, get out, and educate yourself. Your "break-room" at work does not represent all of humanity. pfffft, seems so silly of you to make such a small-minded conclusion.

    one gay guy at ur work made a comment on some chick's clothes. So the fuck what?.


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    Yeah, this.
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:01 PM GMT
    There are "drama" queens on both sides.. Some people just thrive on that kind of stuff... I call them "shit stirrers"! icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:03 PM GMT
    Drama queens. Shit starters. We love to hate them, but secretly, we like that they bring some spice in our lives from time to time. icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:06 PM GMT
    TheLetterD saidDrama queens. Shit starters. We love to hate them, but secretly, we like that they bring some spice in our lives from time to time. icon_lol.gif


    I agree. Sometimes there's just nothing to talk about so we can complain about people's clothes haha icon_razz.gif
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:13 PM GMT
    Import saidyour experience with one gay individual lead u to the conclusion that all gay guys are drama-queens? icon_rolleyes.gif

    get up, get out, and educate yourself. Your "break-room" at work does not represent all of humanity. pfffft, seems so silly of you to make such a small-minded conclusion.

    one gay guy at ur work made a comment on some chick's clothes. So the fuck what?.


    Exactly right. Moreover, it is not only gay guys that make inappropriate comments about others.

    Once I had a coworker who was a male to female transsexual. When I was having lunch with some other coworkers in her absence, they began to make remarks about her. I pointed out that she was unusually competent; that stopped the remarks. Actually, I was a bit uncomfortable with her, but I figured that was MY problem, not her problem, and was careful to relate to her as I would to anyone else.

    I will have nothing to do with gossip or putting other people down.
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:20 PM GMT
    Damn some of you guys are mean.
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:24 PM GMT
    TellMeMoar saidA lot of gay guys are drama queens and get off on it. I'm seriously allergic to drama and distance myself from drama queens.

    Life is too short for drama.

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    Please never post this gif again. Please? icon_confused.gif
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:26 PM GMT
    ATXnative saidYou are a tool.
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:55 PM GMT
    Boland92 saidSo I'm in the break room at work with all of my coworkers. Among the group there's another openly gay guy that works with us, so he's sitting on the other side of me. Then this new employee walks in and introduces herself to all of us etc. As soon as she leaves the room the gay guy makes a comment "Why is she wearing that? People who dress like that to work just seek attention!" And I'm sitting there rolling my eyes, resisting the urge to smack him across the face. This is one of the primary reasons me and this guy doesn't get along. When I first started working there he tried to ask me out and I turned his him down. However, he still tries to make nice with by sitting next to me and engaging in conversation. Clearly I always brush him off but he won't take the hint.icon_rolleyes.gif

    You're noticing it more because it is a gay guy you don't like that once asked you out. Having worked with a lot of female coworkers over the years, his comment actually sounds like a comment a woman would make about another. In fact, it sounds kind of mild compared to some of the judgements and comments I've heard women make about other women based on things like body, hair style, or style of dress.
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    Aug 08, 2012 7:58 PM GMT
    Why not call him out on his judgemental behaviour? Nothing embarrasses someone like being called out on their stupid acts in front of others.
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    Aug 09, 2012 4:06 AM GMT
    From my experience, it is their way of ending things before they begin... like self fulfilling prophecies, that can be put on someone else... thats why I talk to guys who introduce themselves with "Hello"; instead of, "this is my faghag; this is my crew, why they don't own my ballz, I can be with you."
    Being gay isn't a problem, so why the unnecessary female ambassador who drapes everything in pointless emotions and unmanly chaotic thinking, Really-wtf?
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    Aug 09, 2012 4:15 AM GMT
    Boland92 is a terrible fail troll. Stop feeding it.