Friday, October 20, 2006

More of the same except

Ditto!

Except, Sweet Tea is in New Jersey for the next three weeks, so I do not have to take her a tea in the afternoon for awhile. That really messes up my routine. But I will adjust. Besides, I went to a friend of ours 40 birthday party tonight. She is a single mom of two girls – one in college and one in middle school. She is a sweetheart and is a lot of fun to be around. I think she is gay. It’s okay if she is, but… She has a boyfriend and they are real cute together. But she has the butch hair combed back like a man. She wears men’s shirts, jeans and loafers. And all of this doesn’t mean shit, but I wonder. I have always heard that it takes one to know one, and since I admit to being a lesbian, well…

6 comments:

The Boob Lady said...

HA! So, you're a lesbian are you? Trapped in a man's body? I'm not going to lie, I've considered it.

Coffeypot said...

Why would you want to be trapped in a man's body? I am and it has its great moments, but a man can't have mutiple orgazisms. Why would you want to give that up?

mjd said...

Hello,
I am visiting from Life or Something Like It. Your name intrigued me, and you call your wife, Sweet Tea.

I have some lesbian friends; they do not have butch hair. Oh well, I hope that you had a good time at the party.

Coffeypot said...

mjd,
Thanks for stopping by. I call my wife Sweet Tea because that is her favorite thing in the world. I don’t brag about the fact that she is a New Jersey girl, but considering they do not know what iced sweet tea is up there, she became addicted to us Southern boys and ice tea.

I know that butch hair does not make a girl gay, nor does wearing men’s clothes. I wear men’s clothes all the time and I’m not gay. It’s just that I have gay friends, both types, and I just wondered. Besides I had a great time at the party.

DJ Andi said...

You are probably right. Sounds like your gaydar is spot on, but time will tell. You never know. She may be gay and doesn't know it. I have to say, my first relationship with another woman was weird in that I would have never said I was gay, but then what did I know in high school but we sure did act like a couple - just never talked about it.

All that matters is that people are happy. Sometimes you just do what you know, not what you feel.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I may be gay and not know it too--I love men's clothes and hate women's clothes--women's clothes rarely have pockets and when they do, they're too small---I need pockets for all my toys. besides, women are nicer then men, so why not?

Course I've been married three times men.

Maybe I just haven't sound the right woman.