Thursday, March 11, 2010

Husbands and Husbands

In case you haven't seen the great little video of this cute kid absorbing the fact that his two uncles are married to each other.

Kid seems to have the right idea, he takes it all in stride.

[Update: they have removed this video from YouTube. Too bad, it was working when I posted it. Let me know if you find a good copy somewhere...]


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor kid.

March 11, 2010 3:47 PM  
Anonymous hey kids, let's put on a show said...

what kind of stride is that?

we keep seeing pictures of homosexual "weddings" in D.C. with a bunch of kids hanging around, as an attempt by liberal media to expropriate the glow of young life to brighten the image of these gloomy same gender relationships

ironic when you consider that the more of these same gender relationships there are, the less young life we'll see

homosexuals don't have kids unless they have had same gender relationships also, a circumstance that would tend to lessen if these homosexual relationships are monogamous

of course, that's a big if

still, homosexuality is anti-child

March 11, 2010 3:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an excellent analysis!

March 11, 2010 4:38 PM  
Anonymous Dems bitterly regret electing Obama said...

new lows for Obama approval in polls out today:

Gallup 46%
Ramussen 44%
TTF 98%

next Thursday, he leaves for the South Pacific tour and no health reform will be on his desk

Hoyer says it won't be eight days later either, when Congress recesses for a break and everyone back home tells them how ticked they are that they aren't focused on getting America back to work

eight months til November


March 11, 2010 5:29 PM  
Anonymous Anon is so boring said...

blah blah blah blah blah

March 11, 2010 7:54 PM  
Anonymous Level Headed said...

Just from looking at the photo of the boy, I see his body language is saying "oh no, say it ain't so" in response to finding out about his uncle's lifestyle choice.
Body language reveals alot.

March 11, 2010 9:28 PM  
Blogger Tish said...

Unfortunately the film has been removed from public viewing, so we can't see the friendly interplay between the boy and the men he's talking to. The incident took place at a large family Thanksgiving. The background noise is the comfortable mayhem of many people talking and laughing. the boy laughs and smiles through the entire exchange and claims "You must love each other!" He ends by asking the two men to play ping pong with him. It's a really lovely extended-family exchange.

March 11, 2010 9:37 PM  
Anonymous they're not too excited said...

"Anon is so boring"

I don't know if boring covers it exactly but I can understand that liberal lunatics don't find it exciting.

With the way things are going, TTFers can't be happy.

March 11, 2010 11:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's sorta like the expression on a child's face when he learns that somebody he doesn't even live with is his father. Divorce manages to do that to a child, dontja know?

March 12, 2010 9:57 AM  
Anonymous sad Obamites said...

no, it's like when the utopia TTFers expected in the Obama era has turned into a catastrophe of historic proportions

March 12, 2010 1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You only wish! You are delusional!! And, on top of that, you are nothing more than an idiotic tea bagger troll.
Get thee to thine own blog site!!

March 12, 2010 9:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Text onscreen: Thanksgiving.

[Calen, a little boy, is standing in a bathroom next to a sink, looking up into the camera.]

Calen: A husband’s a boy.

Adult male voice from behind camera: Right.

Calen: A wife is a girl and a husband’s a boy. Then you two are husbands! [He hold up two fingers on both hands.] Wifes are girls; husbands are boys.

Voice from behind camera: Right.

Second adult male voice, from next to camera: That’s right. So, if you’re a boy—

Calen: You’ll be a husband.

Second Voice: Right.

First Voice: Yeah, we’re both husbands.

Calen: [puts his head in his hand] You’re both husbands?

Second Voice: Is that confusing—

Calen: You married each other?! That’s funny! [slaps hand to head]

Second Voice: That’s funny, right?

Calen: Yeah. [looks thoughtful] I usually see husbands and wives, but this is the VERY FIRST TIME I saw husbands and husbands! [grins excitedly]

[The two men laugh; Second Voice peers around and grins into camera.]

Calen: So funny. [edit] So that means you LOVE EACH OTHER!

First Voice: Yeah.

Calen: Yeah. Yeah, they’re much alike. You’re much alike. Hey, I’m going to play ping-pong now.

First Voice: Okay.

[Camera follows Calen out into the hallway; he turns back and looks at the two men.]

Calen: You can play if you want to.

Text onscreen: You’re much alike.

March 12, 2010 11:50 PM  

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