Last night I tagged along to a dinner my boyfriend was having with an old college friend of his.
I had heard about lesbian and/or dyke drama before, but this girl really was a poster child.
My favorite story was her visiting a cabin with her girlfriend and the girlfriend's family. The girlfriend goes to run and errand and texts her "I want to break up. Please don't be at the cabin when I get back".
Who paid for the U-Haul?
I don't see the problem
With a capital "e" and that rhymes with "d" and that stands for DRAMA.
Who gets the cats?
My lesbian friend was recently dumped by her live in girlfriend. The girlfriend called my friend's mother, and said that she wanted to break up with my friend, but she was afraid that she would attempt suicide. She asked my friend's mother to fly from mn to ca to be there when her daughter was dumped. The mother said that she couldn't make it out for a month, so the girlfriend acted like everything was normal, and that the mom was just coming out for a visit. The girlfriend chickened out once the mother got there, and made the mother tell her that she was dumped, and help her move, while the girlfriend stayed with friends. These women are educated, beautiful, and high earning....it is so weird.
Lezbos like cunts and are cunts
Because there is never, ever, any drama in gay male relationships.
Gay males are paragons everyone should emulate, yessiree Bob!
More lesbian drama stories, please! They're fun.
I just change the locks while she's out running errands, get the colored help to throw her things out and then call my lawyers to negotiate the inevitable settlement. Sometimes I also do interviews with Baba Wawa where I cry a lot.
I just love how supportive gay men are of lesbians.
I was with my gay friends when the nurses wouldn't even bathe or feed them, you assholes.
How soon they forget.
"The girlfriend goes to run and errand and texts her "I want to break up. Please don't be at the cabin when I get back"."
She then added: "I have asked that the Police SWAT team to evacuate you. That's them pounding on the front door."
Do gay men hate all lesbians or just the gross butches!
Some gay men drama:
A student starts going out with an older man, the guy is great in the beginning, cool with the kid hanging out with his peers. Soon things starts to change.
The guy starts basically cyber-stalking the kid, reading his e-mails, Facebook, IMs, text messages. Once in a while, he confronts the kid with some of his findings (WHO IS THAT MAN?), effectively blowing his cover of course. So the kid changes passwords and stops leaving his phone around, but the guy uses a keylogger to get the new passwords and starts snooping around again.
The relationship ends at a point when the kid feels watched all the time since the guy keeps testing him with questions he already knows an answer to and is becoming more and more obvious(Will you stay in on Saturday? Any trouble with the hot teacher? Have you been to that new restaurant by any chance?)
More gay drama:
Two men date for a couple of months, live separately. Guy 1 thinks everything is going OK. Then suddenly, in the middle of the night beep beep beep: a text message. Well, more like a meandering treatise split into 6 separate messages on everything that is wrong with him and the dead-end relationship he has with Guy 2.
Guy 1 is shocked at first since it came out of nowhere and decides to show the multi-message to his friends who end up doing a dramatic reading of it. Unfortunately, some of those friends are mutual. Some days pass, Guy 1 and Guy 2 avoid each other. Then, 2AM, beep beep beep, another cell phone treatise, this time about how hurt Guy 2 is about Guy 1 showing other people the message. A second dramatic reading is enacted the very next day.
Soon enough, another string of text messages arrives. How could you betray me like this? Guy 1 texts back something like: Just let it go, leave me alone. Guy 2 replies: You were the love of my life.
F&F - R7. It's mentally ill.
With a capital "e" and that rhymes with "d" and that stands for DRAMA."
TESTOSTERONE. Nothing more violent, unstable and hysterical than men.
Lesbians are crazy!!
OMG, I once accidentally left a gay man's email address off an invitation ... I got a dramatic and hysterical YOU KNOW WHAT YOU DID email later on. Which, could have easily been avoided by just FUCKING CALLING me to inquire where the dinner was ....
R13 sounds just so lovely!
Even more gay drama:
Two guys in a LTR buy an albino ferret together and name it Pancake.
All they ever talk about are the incredible adventures of Pancake the Ferret.
Then, one of the men goes away for a week (visit parents or some business trip or whatever) and in his absence, Pancake dies. Instead of holding a funeral ceremony and burying Pancake in the backyard, the guy who stayed home tosses Pancake into the garbare. To the returning partner he explains: He didn't care anymore, he was dead.
They don't live together anymore.
r15, wins. That is some hysterical shit.
It's not gay drama and it's not lesbian drama.
It's just drama - some people are unable to live life without some form of fermenting hysteria in there at all times...
Woman fingers ex-gf in sex toy theft.
Police then promptly put out an all-points bulletin for 3 strap-on dildos and a pair of handcuffs valued at $300
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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