Lord John Browne may be feeling a little down after being outed and subsequently stepping down as British Petroleum’s head honcho, but maybe a bit of homo haiku will cheer him up.
Mark from Slap Upside the Head has penned an epic of a poem in his honor. Here’s but a snippet:
Don’t you find it strange
one would risk resignation
over coming out?
Clients shouldn’t flee
careers should not be ruined
just because you’re gay
Nicely done, but to just be clear: Browne didn’t really quit because he’s gay. He left over that whole perjury thing. But, yes, he perjured himself to save gay face over meeting a hooker in a park and then dating him for four years, so that’s sort of like quitting over being gay. Only far more salacious…