Saturday, August 05, 2006

Homophobia

Some ignorant people might think that writing about the beauty and majesty of another man's beard is a "gay" thing to do. Well those people are probably stupid queers themselves and they're just projecting. There's no such thing as a queer beard, so you better stomp those fags if you want to be a Man Beard.

Man Beards hate homos. God made man and woman Adam and Eve, not man and man Adam and Steve. If it somehow turns out that God made gays, regicidal Man Beards will kill God and then kill his gays.

Don't forget that Man Beards semi-secretly hate women too. How could that be gay?

Now if you homos will excuse me, I need to scour the internet for more pictures of beards and male genitals.

6 comments:

E.S.C. said...

"Deicidal". Regicide is, well, let me let the phone operator from The Simpsons remind you...

"You have selected ... regicide! If you know the name of the king or queen being murdered, press 1!"

adspar said...

The act of killing God does technically constitute deicide, but the motivation would actually be regicidal in this instance since the Man Beard would be trying to kill the King of the Gays (God).

Pretty much any kind of ___cide is a Man Beard characteristic though, including some instances of suicide (for example when God killed Jesus, but Jesus = God so Jesus killed himself. And since he was the King of the Jews, it was simultaneously a regicide, a deicide, and a suicide. Man Beard.)

Anonymous said...

Fantastic blog, I had not noticed manbeardblog.blogspot.com earlier in my searches!
Carry on the good work!

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I have a question for the webmaster/admin here at manbeardblog.blogspot.com.

May I use part of the information from your blog post above if I give a backlink back to this website?

Thanks,
William

adspar said...

Sounds like fair use to me.

Anonymous said...

Some people project. True. Did you also know some people use unhealthy coping strategies to deal with situations they can't handle? Like, for instance, someone having had a bad experience involving their sexuality when they were younger, such as having a friend of the same sex unexpectedly coming onto them, may trigger someone to feel as if their trust was broken by said closeted gay friend. And this could have a lasting effect. It could even go so far as to cause them to declare they would rather kill a deity they believe in before being able to come to terms with the realization that the original 'bad experience' made them somewhat curious themselves. And all that was 'bad' about the original experience was the way they reacted in the first place. In the experience, the gay advancement was percieved to be 'bad' but in reality it was the unfamiliarity and the degree of surprise - it was not expected, and that caused it to be bad. And thus we end this preamble by saying: its much more fulfilling to practice the responsibility we have as human beings to investigate our feelings, but most people take them without even glancing at them, and project them onto others to look for answers.
It stops us from being able to learn and grow. We all get lost projecting distorted images of ourselves onto each other.