Quotes: Have a Gay Old Time

"Don't hate us if we make you smile
Or if we go the extra mile
To make someone feel better on a really shitty day
And if you're hearing what I'm saying
Then I want you to say I'M GAY!
(I'm gay! I'm gay!)
(I'm gay! I'm gay!)"
Bowling for Soup, "I'm Gay"

I'm lookin' for sailors
Lookin' high and low
I'm lookin' for sailors
Where did they go?
I'm lookin' for sailors
Lookin' left and right
Where y'all keep the sailors
In the middle of the night?
—"Lookin' For Sailors" (Shenmue parody)

I have a gentle cock,
Croweth me day;
He doth me risen early
My matins for to say.
I have a gentle cock,
Comen he is of great;
His comb is of red coral,
His tail is of jet.
I have a gentle cock,
Comen he is of kind;
His comb is of red coral,
His tail is of inde.
His legges be of azure,
So gentle and so small;
His spurres are of silver white
Into the wortewale.
His eyen are of crystal,
Locked all in amber;
And every night he percheth him
In my lady's chamber.
Anonymous, 15th century

"My first gay experience? Let's see... oh yes! the time I went on a picnic with my father as a boy, that was a gay old time. I ate my fair share of wieners that day, let me tell you!"
Mr. Burns, The Simpsons

"Quick, man, if you love me!"

"The meaning of the word 'gay' has changed. It used to mean all colourful and happy and homosexual, but now it's a word children use to describe something that's a little bit meh. 'You're eating Weetabix? Oh, that's so gay!'"
Dylan Moran, Like, Totally

"The first to get their balls into Mr. Bucket wins! But look out! 'Cause the balls'll pop out of his mouth!"
Tag line from an ad for Mr. Bucket

"Walt Disney goes South American in his gayest musical Technicolor feature."

"There is nothing gay about the Princeton fight song! 'Oh the merry men of Princeton are charging up the rear, holding all the balls' - okay, I hear it now."
Jack Donaghy, 30 Rock

Interviewer: Welcome to the 21st century. It must be a bit daunting waking up like this. The world's a bit different from the 1940s.
Superhero: Golly, yes.
Interviewer: I'm just going to ask you a few routine questions, OK?
Superhero: OK.
Interviewer: Name?
Superhero: The Gay Basher!
Interviewer: Excuse me?
Superhero: Is something wrong?
Interviewer: Well, uh... times have changed and that word doesn't really mean what it used to mean anymore... In fact, that whole name is really offensive.
Superhero: Oh, I'm very sorry. Do you think I should change it?
Interviewer: That would probably be for the best.
Superhero: Can I still throw around my trademark "Gaymakers"?
Interviewer: This might take a while.

It says "dumb ass" in The Bible...