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I know I am asking for it but I have been exposed to Don Johnson's Heart Beat song. Anybody else get past the fact that he is a douche and like the song too?

 

I'm awful strange these days....I can listen to this one day, then the next day listen to Laaz Rockit LOL!

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Yeah, that's pretty gay. Gayer than Rob Halford being bukkake'd by the cast of "RuPaul's Drag Race" on live TV while the "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" cast members cheer them on and take notes.

 

Sorry dude. :D

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I don't know the song, but I listen to a lot of shit that would possibly be considered "gay" around here, so more power to you. Gay power.

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Ummm, Keith I'm eating ... well, I WAS eating breakfast ... ahem!

 

:rofl2: Sorry.

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Ummm, Keith I'm eating ... well, I WAS eating breakfast ... ahem!

 

But, yeah, dude ... pretty gay!

 

Sausage?

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Yeah, that's pretty gay. Gayer than Rob Halford being bukkake'd by the cast of "RuPaul's Drag Race" on live TV while the "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" cast members cheer them on and take notes.

 

Sorry dude. :D

 

At least I get a little street cred for mentioning Laaz Rockit, right? :)

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absolutely queer! it's ok, im sure 99% of us on here are gay, the other 1% are liars!

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I've had a terrible week, but that filmclip made me laugh aloud. Thanks bundles! Haha.

 

As for if liking it makes you gay or not, dood, most the creeps here listen to this type of AOR for a living. It's not a band tune.

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I'd say that you must be gay if you have clicked this thread in the first place... I thought the thread was titled "Is it OK to like this song?"...

 

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I'd say that you must be gay if you have clicked this thread in the first place... I thought the thread was titled "Is it OK to like this song?"...

 

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absolutely thats the same exact thing I thought it said too

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