“Why do I have to look like a Gay Homeless Man?”

by Accidental Bear

Abercrombie & Fitch clothing shouldn’t be worn by anyone over the age of 16. The statement made by the aging gay man outshines the clothes and quite frankly makes me feel sad. Age appropriate usually refers to women’s clothing, but In the Gay Community , we need to be called out. As with children’s toys, check the gays ID at the register and if birth date reveals costumer to over the age of 16, simply say, ” I’m sorry sir, you are to ancient to wear these things.” I little public humiliating will help them learn a lesson. You’re Welcome!

Craigery Morgan Plays An Abercrombie & Fitch Store Sales Clerk Clone

Having achieved Internet fame by lip-synching Saturday Night Live skits, Craigery Morgan made his small screen acting debut on last night’s $h*! My Dad Says, the show from gay Will & Grace producer Max Mutchnick. Craigery helped William Shatner’s Ed find a cool pair of pants. The Comedy ensues!


Read more: http://www.queerty.com/craigery-morgan-plays-an-abercrombie-fitch-store-sales-clerk-clone-20110128/#ixzz1CY2jl9Vx

Craigery Morgan Plays An Abercrombie & Fitch Store Sales Clerk Clone

Read more: http://www.queerty.com/craigery-morgan-plays-an-abercrombie-fitch-store-sales-clerk-clone-20110128/#ixzz1CY0xjHFs

2 Comments to ““Why do I have to look like a Gay Homeless Man?””

  1. Bleep my dad says.

    I was not sure what to think when he said that.

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