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Many gays were dancing at a bar outside on the beach in Fire Island. I was one of the gays. Everybody had their shirts off and only tight small shorts and was looking hot! Then, this one guy, super hot with tight pecs and abs (no pecs, no sex hahaha) started dancing close to me, so I said to him, Do you want to go for a walk on the beach? We both knew what that meant! So we went, and soon we started making out. He looked like Jude Law except taller. But when he took off his speedo I saw a tattoo on his ass, ďProperty of Andrew,Ē and I knew his name wasnít Andrew it was Jack. So I said, whoís Andrew, your boyfriend, and he said No! we broke up. But I totally didnít believe him and I donít play that because Iíve been cheated on soooo many times. So I said, "Fuck you, bitch!" and took off and on the way back to the bar I met a wise fisherman who was fishing in the moonlight. he could see I was sad, but he said, Donít despair, life is beautiful and you will find love. So I helped him bring his nets out of the water and went home and was happy.

The End by Terrence

Date Written: March 16, 2004
Author: Terrence
Average Vote: 4

03/19/2004 Rafus Butler: ha ha gay = funny ha ha ha ha ha....
03/19/2004 Mr. Pony: This sort of feels like a Buddy Cole yarn. Not the gay part, oddly enough, but the fisherman part.
03/19/2004 Will Disney: that was a wise old fisherman, wasn't it?
03/19/2004 Craig Lewis: Terrence: is this short set in the pre- or post-Stonewall era? I need to know before voting.
03/19/2004 Jon Matza: So how many gays were there in all?
03/19/2004 scoop: Who owes me a favor who knows how to count gays?
03/19/2004 Craig Lewis: I count at least 5: the narrator, Andrew, Jack, Jude Law, and the fag fisherman. Terrence: accurate?
03/19/2004 annebot: I can count them, but first I need to know the break down - how many are bitch? how many are butch?
03/19/2004 Dylan Danko (4): I find it interesting that nobody is willing to vote on these simply because we don't know the real identity of the author. Why so peevish, Acme community?
03/19/2004 Mr. Pony: Which is it, Danko? Are we not commenting because the shorts feature gay themes, or because we don't know who Terrence is? Because if you're going to speak for me, I'd prefer you do it with one voice.
03/19/2004 Dylan Danko: Come on, Pony, I don't really think you're not commenting because of the themes. Something The Lerpa said about cowardice...
03/19/2004 Mr. Pony: The Lerpa was wrong! And you...Oh, I see. Yes. Okay. Sorry.
03/19/2004 Dylan Danko: And it's the voting not commenting that got me curious.
03/19/2004 Mr. Pony: What voting?
03/19/2004 Dylan Danko: Yup.
03/19/2004 Jon Matza (4): OK, here's my vote. Making allowances for the author's inexperience and orientation, of course. Ending was amusing & unexpected.
03/19/2004 Mr. Pony: No, really, what voting? We haven't been voting, just commenting.
03/19/2004 Dylan Danko: Yeah. Like i said in my first comment.
03/19/2004 Mr. Pony: I don't know what you're talking about!
03/19/2004 Dylan Danko: Pretty Pony, please don't be difficult.
03/22/2004 Mr. Pony (4): Okay, okay.
03/22/2004 Jacob Starfish: Funny!