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Why did they invite those rotten rats into their home in the first place?
@Ogre Magi: Apparently they were friendly up until that point. Which brings the question, why would somebody who “hates faggots” start making friends with a gay couple and accept a dinner invitation to their home?
Something just doesn’t make sense here…….
..or for sex???
Something doesn’t smell right about this story….. there is more to this; Where was the man’s wife during this attack? She just stayed inside while her husand beat Zach? Why didn’t Sean jump on the idiot’s back or hit him with frying pan or something? If that were my husband getting beat I wouldn’t watch it!! I would knock the asshole out with something. Like I said, “There is more to this story.”
@balehead: That doesn’t really make sense either. A gay couple isn’t particularly likely to invite a woman for sex, and a homophobic man isn’t likely to want to bring two men into bed with him and his wife.
@mpwaite: Reading comprehension not your strong suit? The wife was OUTside during the initial attack, having a smoke with Sean. Zach was already unconscious when they came in. Why Sean didn’t attack the guy, I have no idea. Possibly the attacker was twice his size. He obviously was completely out of control. Everyone reacts differently in situations like this.
Old piece of crap!!! Good luck finding another woman,you old geezerd!!!
Very strange. Seems like there was a lot of forgetting going on. Maybe they were completely plastered?
@Charli Girl: How about just saying “what a piece of crap”. What an ageist thing to say. Dumb a**.
“the something doesn’t smell right” quotient for this story is off the charts. that doesn’t smell right
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