I now present to
you a sad tale. A tale about a brave young lad. A brave young lad
who went by the name... "GAY".
Gay always wanted
to play. Play I say? I say play. Gay always wanted to play I say,
play in the hay and in the month of May I say. Sadly, the other boys
did not want to play with Gay I say, so they left Gay alone to play
by himself all day I say. Poor, poor gay.
One day, the people
of the village decided that Gay couldn't stay, and that they would
like him to go far away. Would they let him stay? Nay I say, nay.
Tossed out much to his dismay, it was up to Gay to find his own way
As much as this
hurt Gay, he found his own way and befriended the bunnies in the
field that day. With the bunnies that day, all he wanted to do was
play and play and play I say. But Gay didn't want to play in the
right way with the bunnies I say. No, he wanted to play in the bad
THE VERY, VERY BAD WAY! SO RISQUE! SHAME ON YOU GAY!
SHAME ON YOU I SAY!
But sadly, this was
just the beginning of this bad day I say, for you see Gay still
wanted to play. But since the bunnies all ran away, he had to find
someone else with whom he could play I say. And find someone else he
did that day, in another town that wasn't too far away.
He found another
boy named Elliot that day, and Gay forced him into his raunchy world
of moral decay I say. It was as if Gay took all of his spirit away,
and then left him wondering how could this have happened when every
night to the lord above he would pray. From this day forth, "There
is no god!" is what Elliot would say.
didn't know what actually happened to Elliot that day, but they
suspected Gay was responsible in some way I say. Though it may sound
cliche, they punished Gay until he confessed what he did to Elliot
that day. While he wanted to run away, Gay knew there was only one
way out of this squeeze play, and that was to say what made him act
in such a bizarre way.
"I was traveling in
an ice castle one day, when I strayed into the library I say. But
this was no ordinary library in which one could play I say! There
were mystical books flying around much to my dismay, but it
was obvious that all they wanted to do was display." said Gay I say.
"But what did they want to display to you on that day?" said the
townspeople I say.
Gay dropped to his
knees and cried out, "They showed me pornography I say! It led me
astray and now I have nothing left to say except that I'm sorry for
acting in such a way! Pornography is to blame for my shame I say!"
And on that note, he ran far, far away.
now this sad story is finally over I say... HOORAY!