Obligatory "HSM2" Update: No Endurance

My guest column, "High School Musical 2: Chock Full of Gay," has now clocked 1700+ comments. I stopped reading them a while ago, but I went back in this morning to pull out some more gems, expressly for your entertainment. But do you know how draining it is to read tween writing? I don't know how you teachers do what you do. Mad props to you.

So, because I lack a certain type of endurance, you get NOTHING.

7 comments:

  1. Zefron made the Fugs. Did you see? http://gofugyourself.typepad.com/go_fug_yourself/2007/08/high-fug-musica.html

    I would totally see him in a remake of Grease II. He's a Cool Rider.

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  2. Golfwidow (I can't call you Gee Dubya, anymore . . . I don't want to insult you),
    Did you say 'Grease 2'?
    You have my attention. I am a Forever Fan of that non-classic, and "Cool Rider" is my eternal theme song whenever riding any type of motorized vehicle!

    Prince can write a homo stage version of Grease 2 for me . . . us.

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  3. Alas, I have not seen Grease 2, but I know many fans exist. I shall go and rent it, so that someday I can make your dreams come true.

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  4. You know, George Washington was GW before GW wasn't cool, so I have no problem being called GW.

    I have other friends who insist on calling me "Golfie." It's kind of cute, I guess.

    Grease II, Prince, is worth it if for no other reason than because you get to see Tab Hunter sing a song about reproduction.

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  5. Hmmm, 'Golfie.' How 'bout "'dow?"

    Yo, 'DOW!

    "Yo, Ritter."
    "Yo, Goose."

    (Yo, Prince. Ya already made our dreams come true!)

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  6. i'm feeling kinda left out here.


    *digging toe in the dirt*

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  7. Prince,

    Your guest column and the ensuing chaos only confirms my belief that homosexualizing hitherto unhomosexualized is the best get-rich/famous-quick scheme available to queers today. Me and my friend Josh are coming up with a list of things that have so far escaped incisive queer interpretations. When we're done, let's talk.

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