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sözcük ara, mesela rule of three:
 
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a comment used by insecure males to lead others in to believe that they are straight when they are actually bisexual, thereby making the comment true: a person who says "I'm not gay" is neither straight nor gay, but bisexual
Jimmy: "That guy just came up to me and said, 'I'm not gay, man'. I wonder why he would do that." Maura: "He was letting you know he was bisexual, dear. You should go back up to him and ask him if he would like to see a movie with you tonight."

John: "Peter, I was wondering. Uh..."
Peter: "JOHN, I'M NOT GAY!"
John: "Sweet! What time?"
Peter: "Maybe like six or something. I'll pick you up!"

Myron used the term "I'm not gay" in the wrong context and led a handsome young man into thinking he was bisexual when he was actually just gay.

After Devon told me he wasn't gay, I became excited, however he specified that he wasn't bi either. I became depressed.
Randy Zitchit tarafından 12 Haziran 2008, Perşembe
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