Bert and Ernie are so damn gay...

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    Oct 05, 2009 2:24 AM GMT
  • Melos

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    Oct 05, 2009 2:37 AM GMT
    I'd take Barney over Bert and Ernie anyday:



    And yes, they are gay

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    Oct 05, 2009 2:44 AM GMT
    5 yrs old kids know uncles Bert and Bernie are gays
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    Oct 05, 2009 3:12 AM GMT
    Bert and Ernie are gay, but what about this pussy?

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    Oct 05, 2009 3:24 AM GMT

    Amen, but I want to see what happens when Fred and Barney's wives are away.

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    Oct 05, 2009 3:31 AM GMT

    Betty never gives Barney a chance!

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    Oct 05, 2009 5:26 AM GMT

    Ya'll are sick!

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    Oct 05, 2009 12:01 PM GMT
    Melos saidI'd take Barney over Bert and Ernie anyday:



    And yes, they are gay



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    Oct 05, 2009 12:21 PM GMT
    Not only are they gay, but Bert is a nasty mo-fo!

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    Oct 05, 2009 12:50 PM GMT
    I loved Bert and Ernie. Which is funny because when I was growing up, no one was more important than big bird and oscar and cookie monster. This is a very personal story from my past, but I feel it in my fingers and I need to type it.

    My family had stayed in numerous domestic violence shelters while I was growing up. Once when I was maybe 6 or 7, a group of people had donated all of these old, beat up toys to the facility. Some kids didn't care, but it meant a big deal to my siblings and I. Because my mom's boyfriend was so mad that my mom left, that he broke all of our toys and pee'd on all of our clothes. So we had nothing.

    In the pile of toys, Immediately claimed a Bert hand puppet. I liked how yellow grumpy he looked. And his little striped sweater reminded me of one that I use to wear when I was younger. And I would take it everywhere with me. I would take it to dinner, I would take it to school, I would even sleep with it.

    And one day a staff member, perhaps a volunteer even around the age of 23, stopped me and said hey you can't Bert with out Ernie. Thats his best friend!
    I told her I knew, but I couldn't find an Ernie toy any where.

    So when my mom spontaneously decided to leave the domestic violence shelter one day, and all of the staff members just had this look of pity for me because they knew she'd be back with him in less than a month. That staff member ran up to me before I left and gave me an Ernie doll. She here you go, Bert has his best friend now and they can always depend on each other. And you can always depend on me. She gave me a big hug and started crying. I didn't understand why. I thought she should be happy that we were leaving.

    I guess I understand it more now. Eventually my Bert puppet started getting tears in the sleees. And I can't even remember what happened to Ernie. But it always meant so much to me that a complete stranger had bought me such a thoughtful gift. And that white people didn't hate us as much as my mother and family claimed they did.
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    Oct 05, 2009 1:10 PM GMT
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    The Unbearable Lightness of Being -- gay. While the clips & pics of Bert & Ernie acting gay are funny, know what really fascinated me in the OP clip?

    The table radio! The brown & beige boxy thing in the background, with the round tuning dial and the heavy egg crate speaker grill.

    My parents had that exact same radio on a bedroom night table when I was growing up. A product of the late1940s, the dial & pointer evoked the outdated Deco style, while the case was a precursor of the more severe 1950s rectangularity to come.

    Since my parents didn't allow me a bedroom radio of my own when I was a pre-schooler, as a special treat they'd sometimes let me fall asleep in their bed, listening to that radio. In the early '50s, it was still possible to hear radio comedy shows with live audiences, starring the likes of Bob Hope, even while he and other radio entertainers were simultaneously transitioning to TV.

    I wonder if focusing on the style of an old radio is more gay than speculating about the sexuality of a pair of puppets?
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    Oct 05, 2009 1:44 PM GMT
    Halfstep: I had no idea a post of Bert and Ernie rapping could provoke such an emotional post. I'm glad you posted it, though.
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    Oct 10, 2009 8:20 PM GMT
    lol sorry.

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    Oct 10, 2009 10:20 PM GMT

    Bert is a freaky little devil.