Okay, okay.. .Not that there’s anything wrong with that!

Carrie wrote:

I agree w/ “anonymous” re the “yellow fever” _expression. Sort of like when your Christian neighbor tells you a funny story about cheap Jews – somehow it just doesn’t have the same ring as when your brother told you the same joke.

I changed the title on that post. Idon’t wnt to give anyone stumbling through here who doesn’t know me well the wrong impression. It seemed okay since kathy said it, but point well taken on repeating the phrase. By the way, you are one cheap, big-nosed Jew, Carrie!

Amy Mindell wrote:

That last quote from your dad is the absolute funniest thing I have read in months. I just laughed out loud!! You go, boyfriend. By the way, I thought my eli was gay bc his favorite color was pink and his favorite “guy” was the pink power ranger. but he secretly likes girls now, especially one named Autumn.

Well, make sure you wait until he’s almost 40 to tell him. It will be funnier, trust me. Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

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  1. Carrie
    Carrie says:

    My friend’s son, who is grown and gay, displayed very different signs as a young child. Actually, I remember telling my friend on this child’s fifth birthday that I wanted to buy him an ascot and smoking jacket. We always (mother and I) thought he was gay from very early on, and we were right. BUT – had nothing to do w/ liking girls, preferring pink or girls toys – nothing of the sort!
    And, btw, I don’t have a big nose AND I am definately not cheap! Jewish – well, no denying that – just look at my LV bags (not that there’s anything wrong with that).


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