Stupid questions you've been asked

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    Aug 25, 2016 11:03 AM GMT
    What is the stupidest question anyone has ever asked you?

    Me: Zzzzzzzz! Zzzzz!
    Him: Are you asleep?
  • DannyLugo

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    Aug 26, 2016 12:22 AM GMT
    F*ing upsets me when I'm speaking 2 someone and they ask...What were U saying??? F*ing rage. Don't like repeating myself. So I answer...Nothing!
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 26, 2016 12:29 AM GMT
    I sometimes get asked if I am really gay by some people who honestly think that I'm straight. It's so annoying because those people seem to think that all gay men are flamboyant and whatnot. Sometimes I want to face palm so hard when I get asked that question. Another question that pisses me off is when a straight guy tries to get me to blow him. icon_evil.gif
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    Aug 26, 2016 9:46 PM GMT
    Are you hung? no that would kill me.
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 26, 2016 9:58 PM GMT
    jimib saidAre you hung? no that would kill me.


    I have also been asked that a few times by some thirsty tools. They get all pissed off when tell them to take a hike.
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 26, 2016 9:59 PM GMT
    DannyLugo saidF*ing upsets me when I'm speaking 2 someone and they ask...What were U saying??? F*ing rage. Don't like repeating myself. So I answer...Nothing!


    Sometimes, a person may have hearing problems like I do. So it can be difficult for me and any other people who have hearing problems to clearly hear what a person is saying. icon_neutral.gif
  • gymnerd

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    Aug 27, 2016 12:18 AM GMT
    Realigned my own nose after a guy broke it, and when I tell the story people ask "did it hurt?"
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 27, 2016 2:34 AM GMT
    gymnerd saidRealigned my own nose after a guy broke it, and when I tell the story people ask "did it hurt?"


    I'm sorry about your broke nose icon_sad.gif
  • nice_chap

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    Aug 27, 2016 10:32 AM GMT
    Why are you single?

    It's not really the question that's stupid, it's the way people ask it, with a hint of pity or concern in their voice and facial expression.
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    Aug 27, 2016 1:30 PM GMT
    Knowing that I'm gay: "How long is it before a gay person develops AIDS?" And implying that I have AIDS myself.

    This from a well-educated, wealthy person living in this area. And not even HIV, but AIDS. Very many people think they mean the same thing and the words are synonymous.
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    Aug 27, 2016 3:43 PM GMT
    Some people asked me if we are celebrating Christmas in August as our seasons are reversed here in the Southern Hemisphere ...lol...
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    Aug 27, 2016 9:34 PM GMT
    Who's the woman? Uhm. Not applicable thanks
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 28, 2016 1:41 AM GMT
    zoltar saidWho's the woman? Uhm. Not applicable thanks


    I hate it when I get asked that question. It's like "Um, we're both the guy in the relationship." Some people and their questions piss me off
  • takashi

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    Aug 28, 2016 5:01 AM GMT
    I hate it when asked, "where are you from?"
    Well, I was born here, so I'm from here
    "No, no, no, I mean, where are you from??"
    Thats the end for me

    But that was before I lived in Japan
    Now, I don't mind that question much
    I realize I have two mother countries

    And I have been fucked in both!
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 28, 2016 3:02 PM GMT
    takashi saidI hate it when asked, "where are you from?"
    Well, I was born here, so I'm from here
    "No, no, no, I mean, where are you from??"
    Thats the end for me

    But that was before I lived in Japan
    Now, I don't mind that question much
    I realize I have two mother countries

    And I have been fucked in both!


    I have been asked that question at least once and it annoyed me. Some of my friends who were born in other countries, yet grew up here in America have on occasions been asked that and they hate it when they get asked that. icon_sad.gif I'm sorry that you were asked that Takashi
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    Aug 28, 2016 3:23 PM GMT
    Joshthegaymer said
    zoltar saidWho's the woman? Uhm. Not applicable thanks


    I hate it when I get asked that question. It's like "Um, we're both the guy in the relationship." Some people and their questions piss me off

    My cousin asked me this question and I love her a lot. I don't think she meant it maliciously it's more curiosity. Still can feel hurtful especially if you're the one being labeled the "woman" as if to say you are weak or less than the other.
  • KevinTruong

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    Aug 28, 2016 6:42 PM GMT
    they asked how much my boyfriend had to pay my parents to bring me to Finland ( i met my boyfriend after had i moved here )
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    Aug 28, 2016 7:00 PM GMT
    The question: "Who is the woman?" (Or alternatively the "wife"), is very common I've learned. Our gay friends laugh about being asked it. It even appears in the movie "Victor/Victoria". Although I can't remember getting that one myself, with either my late or current partner.

    I wonder if they're trying to indirectly ask who's the bottom, and who's the top? Or who wears an apron and female clothing at home, and cooks in the kitchen and does the other housework, while the "husband" sits in an armchair watching sports on TV, drinking his beers? Or goes out and mows his suburban lawn, because the "wife" isn't able to do it. Or would reflect badly on him if she did, and if she trimmed the hedges and did other yard work, except maybe pruning the flowers.

    In much of White, straight Republicanland that's the roles married men & women are supposed to have. So they assume the same rules must apply to a couple of guys living together.
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    Aug 30, 2016 8:59 PM GMT
    Me: I have a throbbing and pounding headache...
    Why?
    Me (annoyed): I don't know why, you think I'm a doctor?
  • Aleco_Graves

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    Aug 30, 2016 9:25 PM GMT
    ALL OF HIS QUESTIONS ARE JUST...

    From: Angel21
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    Date: Aug 30, 2016 at 10:16 PM
    What those that even mean

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    Ancestrial migratory patterns, colonization and eventually economic circumstance...

    ---- FROM Angel21 Aug 30, 2016 at 8:09 PM
    Hey what's up... just wanted to say you are really cute and I really wanted to talk to you but so far away ...why

  • Sep 01, 2016 4:13 AM GMT
    ^^I love people who live online who have no idea how their big talk plays out in real life interactions. Try saying that and see how they react icon_smile.gif

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  • DrobUA

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    Sep 01, 2016 4:26 AM GMT
    Sounds like most of you are easily annoyed...

    I've been asked plenty of dumb questions.
    A girl I worked with asked me what 5 +3 was and she wasn't kidding.
    Someone once asked me if our honey was vegan.
    I have a twin sister and almost everyone who hears that asks if we are identical.

  • Sep 02, 2016 4:51 AM GMT
    UMayNeverKnow said
    trixareforkids said^^I love people who live online who have no idea how their big talk plays out in real life interactions. Try saying that and see how they react icon_smile.gif

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    It's a rude question that warrants a rude response. I'm not particularly worried their response.


    It's an ignorant question that most sane people won't overreact to
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    Sep 02, 2016 5:37 AM GMT
    DrobUA saidSomeone once asked me if our honey was vegan.

    Nit pick: apparently some vegans consider honey to not be vegan; something about stealing food from the bees and bees being animals. But in that case I don't understand why some honeys would be vegan and others not.

    And I don't understand the thinking that bees are animals, except in a purely biological sense. May as well be worried about the yeast in bread that makes the gas that makes the bread rise.
  • Aleco_Graves

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    Sep 02, 2016 9:17 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    DrobUA saidSomeone once asked me if our honey was vegan.

    Nit pick: apparently some vegans consider honey to not be vegan; something about stealing food from the bees and bees being animals. But in that case I don't understand why some honeys would be vegan and others not.

    And I don't understand the thinking that bees are animals, except in a purely biological sense. May as well be worried about the yeast in bread that makes the gas that makes the bread rise.


    Honey is an animal byproduct of bees, which is not vegan.

    Yeast is part of the fungi family btw