My funniest intolerant experience? It would have to be when I was coming out to a few people at my (Semi-Evangelical-Officially-Tasmanian-Baptist Christian)church at the time, which I'd been going to for about 6 years. (I was 17 at the time) One of the Elders knocked on my foor (I was living with parents who at the time didn't know, and asked me to go for a walk with him. I had a reasonable idea what was coming, but agreed.
I'm kinda glad I did, it's been the absolute funniest thing. Besides being asked if I was scared of women, (to which I responded, "Name, have you looked at my circle of friends in the last couple of years? I get on best at the moment with women 10-20 years older than I am."
He said to me "I'm not saying that it's unnatural, just that it is not of nature." I have to admit that I didn't quite know what to say to that. I ended up responding with "Name, what exactly is your definition of unnatural?" apparently, in my family's collective history with this guy, it was the first time someone had ever been able to say something to the man which shut him up.
It was possibly one of the strangest, but best remembered 30 minute walks of my entire life.