Right, firstly, I have nothing against gay people whatsoever; some of my very good friends are gay blah blah yada yada...
Gay people that only talk about their gayness, as if the world revolves in a multicoloured camp cacophony around their gayness, irk me somewhat.
I'm sitting in the library right now, and there is a guy next to me who is gay. I know this because, since he sat down (approximately four minutes ago) he has repeatedly identified himself as such to his friends and - by virtue of his volume - the rest of the room.
They sat down and were rather loudly talking about a birthday party one of them had had at the weekend. Gay dude says "yeah it was a really good party - but, you know me, I'm gay so I like any party". Whatever the frick that means. They then proceeded to discuss the birthday boy's parents and how well they had hosted the party. Then the gay dude goes "Oh my God, did they say anything about me being gay?" Then, he goes through a list of people at the party, identified the ones he thought were gay (e.g. "Oh, he well likes the cock, I just don't think he knows it); the ones he thought were attractive (e.g. "I'd well shag him"); and the ones he thought were homophobes.
Immediately after that, some chap with a rather colourful jacket walked past on his way to the toilet.
Gay dude says "Oh my God, look he looks like Joseph with his technicolour dream coat. Oh, Joseph must have been gay - there's nothing gayer than a technicolour dream coat."
There was then a brief lull as the bastarding loud talkers shut up for a bit and actually did some work.
Then, out of no where he starts yapping on in appallingly sordid detail about two guys he slept with last week.
I find this annoying. Is this wrong?