Finally a kind of social media online organisation has put two and two together and come up with four. The leading one, Facebook never has, and neither has any other. Or is it just a standard ad by Paypal and too bad if homophobes are offended by it? You have to walk in a gay person's shoes to know what it like as assumptions about yourself are made daily. You have to walk in anyone's shoes to know what life is like for them.
R and myself went into town for dinner tonight to our newest fave Thai restaurant. We have only been out about for dinner half a dozen times this year since our Late Friend died. We left home at 6.15 and caught the tram to town, ate and we were home by 8.00. The foreign type Asian waiter who served us made a good call, when in perfect Australian asked us, do you dudes live in the city. No, St Kilda Road. Why don't you come around for a drink sometime, and we gave him our address. The last sentence is a lie, but at times my imagination works too much.
However, I am quite chuffed at this ad. Whether it is personally directed or not, and it not really that specific, like they could be just good mates (insert raised eyebrows emoticon), I think it is a good and affirming ad by Paypal for gay people. And before any of you suggest it, I have not bought anything gay related and paid for it with Paypal........or have I? No, I am sure not.