joe b. turned back around and informed his father that yes, indeed, someone had called him a faggot

this is not my story, but i had to put it down, because it’s awesome.

a friend of mine, let’s call him joe b., was walking through madison square park a few weeks ago.   being a cool new york city day, he was wearing a jacket, tee and jeans.  whilst traversing the park and talking to his father on his cell phone, he noticed a large man on a nearby bench.

the man was hard not to notice because he was wearing a pink tank top and hot pants and had near a dozen squirrels in his lap (not a euphemism, he was feeding them).  joe b glanced at him and walked past.  from behind he heard: “faggot.”

his father, a cool thousand miles away, asks “did someone just call you a faggot?”

joe b. looked back at the hot-panted squirrel man who said “yeah, i’m talking to you, faggot.”

(beat)

joe b. turned back around and informed his father that yes, indeed, someone had called him a faggot. 

and, scene.

squirrel

totally not gay.

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