Well, it was someone's name, gay icon Judy Garland's character name...Well obviously I knew about the gay musical but I thought that the Dorothy part was just someone’s name. I thought it might be the female character’s name since they never said it.
And the navy actually put effort into locating this mysterious Dorothy character.I met someone online and they had a tag “Friend of Dorothy”. I laughed and sent them a message that I loved the obscure IT Crowd reference. Turns out that being a “friend of Dorothy” is code for a gay man. They have used it since the 1930’s to be able to meet up and make sure they were safe. Which is not only something I didn’t know but makes the song from “Gay: A Gay Musical” have another layer to the comedy that I’d never realized.
Yes, i think you're right and it's Pan. But they're usually shown with the Grey blue pink flag which I associate more with ace which I guess is where my confusion comes from. There's also debate about meaning so it all gets messed up anyway. Are Friends of Garak gay people or gay people and allies? Good luck getting a straight answer to that question (pun intended)!Dax represents ace? I definitely need that one explained to me, because Dax was shown to be sexually active throughout the show. Jadzia and Ezri's sex-life was the literal plot of multiple episodes. I would think Dax would be the friend of Bi/Pan, because gender/species didn't matter.
They're German....I'm having trouble wrapping my brain around what possible conversation (assumably) led to this person? company? deciding there was a market model railroad people having sex. I've seen a lot of model railroads in my life, and people fucking in them has never occured to me.
I would never ask. We want LESS of that in our household. I am still taking delight in watching Mr. Z's brain melt every time our son want to "live life a quarter mile at a time".... I'm not getting that on Plex, either. I have limits!
Try Adulting, that's my favorite by them!I would never ask. We want LESS of that in our household. I am still taking delight in watching Mr. Z's brain melt every time our son want to "live life a quarter mile at a time".
...But enough about that! TIL about Evil Genius Brewery! They are based out of Philly, and I cannot give you an honest review of the quality their beers until tonight. BUT! I want to share with you guys the NAMES of all their brews. I want to try too many of these just on the names alone. I think I caught almost every reference. I have missed my calling naming pop-culture beers:
The Grandpa Joe rant had me in tears. I have also picked up "There's No Crying in Baseball" and "Playoffs?!*" for our baseball teams' family BBQ this weekend.
(*Yes, I know that originated from football, but both of our teams shockingly made it to the playoffs AND championships this year, so I say it counts.)
Blocks access from my country. But the image is plenty, thanks