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What do I do to men???

Got an email from my friend Angela the other day (hi angie by the way) with a comment in it which sent me into fits of giggles.... probably due to histeria than genuine humer.

A lad I went out with for a very short time when i was about 14 or 15 called Joe back when I used to "hang out" round Angies and go to the under 18's disco (hee hee hee, ok, we only went like 2 or 3 times) is..... wait for it... GAY

That's now a grand total of 5 gay former boyfriends.

Think I'll go and have a quiet word with my hubby to be, just in case there's something HE needs to tell me before the big day. Not counting him, I can only think of 3 lads I have been out with who are NOT gay!

Time to book another appointment with the shink I think............................ *bibble*

Comments

Sparkie said…
Your powers of change dont apply to all men, I Sparkie resisted the chig sexuality change experience. Starting my own blog should catch up soon
MummaWalker said…
Sparkie.... could it be? Is that you Romeo???

*must find blog, find out for sure, and leave post*

Of cause - if you are who I think you are - we never went out together, well, not like that. It seems I have to at least DATE a guy to turn them.

And if you're not "my" sparkie, who are you?

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