She's funny. Intersting how you brought up the fact she is a lesbian though.I am not just talking about American Idol. It's her in general. I see nothing funny or appealing about her. I have no problem with lesbians. I just don't get why anyone would like her. So boring
Yes, I agree that it is remarkable how someone makes that part of their point. It is similar to saying that you like everyone even gay people.She's funny. Intersting how you brought up the fact she is a lesbian though.
That's the point, you did mention it, which to me implies it matters even just a little. I don't think you're a misfit. If you're going to start a discussion and then pack your damn toys and go home the second two lousy people on the interwebz get mad at you then you're not cut out for the thread starting business. So we don't agree with you ... why would it matter?Well I guess I am a misfit because I just don't get her appeal. Believe me it has nothing to do with her sexual orientation--sorry I even mentioned it.
Actually, I didn't see anything wrong with it until I read the replies in this thread. He/she probably mentioned it because it is, unfortunately realistic in our society for some people to not like someone because that person is gay. He was just getting that one possibility out of the way.She's funny. Intersting how you brought up the fact she is a lesbian though.
Me too.Personally, I don't find her all that funny. But at times she is.
For me that's true about most comedians.
I agree with that as well. I bet the people trying to rock the OP for even mentioning her sacred sexuality are typical forum witch hunters. Not that I can be bothered trailing through the forum to prove it.From a Brits POV, I can see why the reasons behind the first post.
So if emphasising her sexuality is (or sounds like was) part of her performance then I can see why the OP would make that comment.
austin powers is a character portrayed by mike myers. austin powers is not a real brit. well, if he were real, he would arguably be the coolest brit... yeah, baby, yeah.I don't find her funny one bit. More annoying really. Just like Mel Brooks, Leslie Nielsen or Austin Powers to name a few others. I just don't find them funny at all.
You do realize that a demi-god has nothing to do with post count. Pony up $25 and you too just became a demi-god. Come to think of it, I have an idea.
I agree. Her talent was a "good fit" for a sitcom, but the talk show thing left me scratching my head from Day 1. As to the controversy, if I'm not mistaken, she had the talk show before she "came out" about her homosexuality.I am not just talking about American Idol. It's her in general. I see nothing funny or appealing about her.
Me too.Personally, I don't find her all that funny.
Yes, even more so than the talk show! When I heard that for the first time, my reaction was "What?!".I find her very personable. Idol seems a bit of as mismatch for her in my eyes..
Agreed. The thread couldn't even go 1 post without someone overreacting.I agree with that as well. I bet the people trying to rock the OP for even mentioning her sacred sexuality are typical forum witch hunters. Not that I can be bothered trailing through the forum to prove it.
Oversensitivity is insecurity peoplesss.....