Nobody likes to be stereotyped…. Unless it’s by a fellow gay.
The ‘gay culture is…’ meme has been doing the rounds again on Twitter.
Here are some of the most relatable.
Gay culture is being offended when someone says “I should set you up with my gay friend!” but also wanting to see their picture just in case
— Justin Randall (@imjustinrandall) August 23, 2019
Gay culture is scrolling through Twitter and seeing porn while talking to your family and carrying on the conversation like you ain’t seen shit
— Tove Ho (@WestMIOtter) September 1, 2019
gay culture is loving ur family, but deep down feeling disconnected asf from them
— ZÉ TAYLOR (@FATHERBONNET) August 29, 2019
Gay culture is introducing your shitty boyfriend to your parents saying “I’m gonna marry him” and they say “ew, no, never” and then you introduce them to your best gay friend and they’re like “marry him” and you’re like “ew, no, never”
— Nick Lehmann (@NickStopTalking) August 27, 2019
Gay culture is assuming that every guy isn’t into Black guys unless specifically stated, and then praying it’s not for fetish reasons when it IS stated.
— Being Ben Literal ???? (@ben_literal) August 27, 2019
Gay culture is eating pizza and fries after the club and shouting “CHEAT DAAAAAAAY”
— Kim Chi (@KimChi_Chic) August 27, 2019
gay culture is never getting that high school love story everyone has
— Ethan Peters (@trashqueenethan) August 30, 2019
gay culture is going to the hardware store for chain and locks to make matching necklaces pic.twitter.com/1lqmofO8i9
— Meat Jeon (@mondoggiestyle) August 26, 2019
gay culture is wanting to be a hoe & simultaneously craving a stable relationship
— that bitch (@yourholygaymom) August 26, 2019
Gay culture is me and my fiancé driving in the gay village.
Me: oh! I fucked that gay years ago.
Him: oh my god! me too!
— Danny Ramadan ???? (@DannySeesIt) August 28, 2019
Gay culture is my ex girlfriend sending me her girlfriend’s tweet about how it’s gay culture that Twitter keeps recommending her girlfriend’s ex girlfriend’s tweets about what is gay culture
— Drew Gregory (@draw_gregory) August 22, 2019
Gay culture is growing up saying you’d never want a 9-5 office job because you’re too creative and realising that’s exactly what you need to accomodate the expenses of a gay lifestyle
— dani (@dontdoitdani) August 20, 2019
gay culture is telling your entire life story and all your struggles to someone you met online 3 hours ago
— ?? ? (@homomelon) August 18, 2019
Gay culture is saving tricks in your phone by descriptions and locations instead of their actual name pic.twitter.com/DZqEET4RhS
— Anastasia Beaverhausen (@smittyboy21) July 8, 2019
gay culture is always about six-to-nine months ahead of straight culture, so I expect Elizabeth Warren to be leading in the polls around November-January
— Kevin Maisto (@kevinmaisto) August 16, 2019
Gay culture is being afraid to mention your sexual orientation during a job interview for fear they will no longer want to hire you ? and for the record, yes, I have been denied a job for being a lesbian. Love that for me!
— eco sister (@hiitaylorblake) July 25, 2019
Gay culture is accidentally sending one of these and immediately thinking you ruined the vibe pic.twitter.com/OcB1aM8phh
— ross-a-roni (@areagayman) July 13, 2019
gay culture is dismissing Myers–Briggs as flawed, outdated science yet fully embracing astrology
— David. (@DiscreetLatino) August 12, 2019
Gay culture is not understanding gay culture but laughing, nodding, and acting like you do
— Eric Gonzaba (@EGonzaba) September 2, 2019