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Why is it that every time I search for running gear on eBay - be it split shorts or Ron Hill vests, does it always say GAY in the title as if running gear is some kind of fetish get-up for queer men?
I just don't get it.
Queer? Who are you, Arthur Atkinson?
And... WTF are you going on about?
*pulls in couch and opens the pringles*
This ought to be a good 'un
Devoted2Distance wrote (see)
Phillis - Type either 'split shorts' or 'Ron Hill vest' into eBay and it'll come back with a list of items, some of which have titles like 'RUNNING SPLIT SHORTS/GAY' or 'Ron Hill Vest (GAY)'I'll save you the search - click me and meIt's bizarre.
Phillis - Type either 'split shorts' or 'Ron Hill vest' into eBay and it'll come back with a list of items, some of which have titles like 'RUNNING SPLIT SHORTS/GAY' or 'Ron Hill Vest (GAY)'
and the problem is?
those items are definitely GAY!
Devoted2Distance wrote (see
I didn't realise Ron Hill now put his good name to vests specifically made for gay people...
Easily the most stupid thing i have every read
Not sure where this is going. D2D, have you got anything against gay people wearing Ron Hill?Or in your words, some kind of fetish get-up for queer men?
The Reading (gay) Pride festival was held over the weekend. I ran past the venue in my Ron Hills and didn't get wolf whistled so I think they're safe.
As an aside, the festival is held on Kings Meadow ... which is known locally as Queens Meadow for that weekend.
i once saw an adidas track top i liked on ebay and it said in the listing to email for more pics, so i did, the guy emailed me back numerous shots of him wearing the jacket.....oh yeah and nothing else
decided against buying it, especially after i saw what he had been putting in the pockets
No, I've nothing against gay people - my best friend is gay actually.
and yet when I have worn lesbian clothes (ladies cricket whites) it wasn't described as GAY in the shop.
I couldn't have cared less to be honest. The only thing that caused a slight concern with my kit purchase was when I was in Lillywhites buying my first bundle of whites and stuff. A young lad was serving me and I told him I was a beginner, just give me all the stuff a new cricketer needs. All went well until he handed me a box. I declined and, smiling, suggested a chest protector might be more appropriate. Poor lad, I've still never seen anyone blush so deeply.
Stevie G . wrote (see)Devoted2Distance wrote (see)
Stevie G . wrote (see)
I've told you about him before - James.
Don't get funny with me, Ian.
AllNewTB wrote (see)
and yet when I have worn lesbian clothes (ladies cricket whites) it wasn't described as GAY in the shop. All went well until he handed me a box. I declined and, smiling, suggested a chest protector might be more appropriate.
I think Lesbians are described as "ladies who favour the flatter shoe" these days...
I wear flat shoes and boys clothes. in fact I was wearing boys trunks in the pool today, they matched my girls top.
Just thought I'd mention it.