Instant Gay Accent!


Gee you can find anything on the Internet. MissPoppy.com sells the Instant Gay Accent Mouthspray. The product description boasts,

Flunked out of an ex-gay ministry? Get your accent back with “Instant Gay Accent Mouthspray” in peppermint.

Hmmm, I wonder if they have a lesbian or bisexual version and what in the world would a “trans accent” be? And what about a Black gay accent? If they considered the entire community, they could have scores of versions of this stuff!

Hat tip to Jeffrey Johnson

This post has 4 Comments

  1. Jeffery on April 17, 2006 at 1:52 am Reply

    Well now you know that most “studies” don’t include Lesbians nor Bi’s so why should they invent a mouthspray for them to recover their lost inner voices. Not sure if any of the “studies” have included african americans.

  2. belledame222 on April 17, 2006 at 6:18 pm Reply

    Okay. Tangential to Miz Poppy:

    I am trying my damndest to determine if this site is a parody or not? And here I thought I was so good at that. I am fairly certain that they are on the level. Either way: !!!!

    Maybe tell Marvin to send Soon to these people?…

    http://www.ladiesagainstfeminism.com/artman/publish/article_1076.shtml

    It was around this time that I “met” the delightful LAF ladies who, quite literally, completely changed my life and my views on feminism and the woman’s role in this world. You see, I had spent almost three years of my life identifying as a lesbian. I have always believed in God and knew my lifestyle was wrong, but at the time, I didn’t care. I believed I had finally found “me.” I yearned for love and affection (something I never really had as a child) and thought that this was the only way I was going to find it. I thought that cutting all my hair dreadfully short, going to the local gay pub, hanging out with all my gay friends was happiness. How wrong I was! What an empty life that is. Out of all my friends, none of them were in a secure long-term relationship, none of them were happy, one of them was always wanting to commit suicide, another was often self mutilating, yet another was always sleeping around. They had no purpose in life, no real joy.

    I have to live with the fact that I exposed my daughter to all this immorality, and I am so grateful she seems to have no recollection of that time. Even after I determined to leave my homosexuality behind me, I still struggled with my sin. I still semi-identified myself as a lesbian. I have since learnt that I didn’t have to be a lesbian. Living like a man was no way to be a fulfilled woman. Let me tell you how I know God was truly at work in my desire to leave that lifestyle behind me. There was once a time when the idea of being with a man was absolutely abhorrent to me. Truly, marriage was like a foreign concept; there was no way I would have wanted such a thing. Now, by the grace of God, I truly desire marriage to a good Christian man! Praise God!

    ***

    Note:

    1) The Picture. Apparently God favors Laura Ashley above all His handmaidens.

    and especially

    2) this page:

    http://www.ladiesagainstfeminism.com/artman/publish/article_1098.shtml

    “Refuting Stepford Wives”

    The first thing that attracted me to the original movies was the beautiful Victorian style clothing of the women in the film and their clean houses. Right away, I was drawn in! I absolutely love looking at show homes and home decorating sites with beautiful colors and arrangements. I have a favorite antique store that is located in an old house, where the proprietor has created a dining room, bedrooms, living room, kitchen, and bathroom, with everything in them for sale. Each room is a different color theme, and each room feels like home. I jokingly tell her that I love coming there, because there are no dirty dishes piled in the kitchen and no laundry to be done. The original “Stepford” film had all the elements I admired in home living. Everything was neat and clean, dinners were served on time, and happy, contented wives loved and honored their husband–and the husbands were courteous of them, also….

    ***

    “I simply MUST get that recipe…I simply MUST get that recipe…”

  3. Jennifer on April 18, 2006 at 5:27 am Reply

    Interesting what companies can create to make money!

  4. Peterson Toscano on April 21, 2006 at 7:17 pm Reply

    Belledame222, that is nuts! Wow, thanks for sharing it. Scary.

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