It's ayo to go grub and catch a movie with a male friend now?

wj4

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I'm posting here 'cause NT has its share of members who are homophobic to the 10th level...so there should be interesting replies.


Story: 2 friends wanted to hang out and go see a movie on Saturday night. They asked me to chill, but I didn't feel like it. They ended up staying homebecause they felt it was 'suspect' for 2 guys to go get food and see a movie. They're still fiending to go see the movie, but want/need a 3rdperson to break the 'suspectness'. This is absurd IMO.
 
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its not like anyone is holding hands or nothin; but none the less theres nothing wrong. would it be wrong if 2 chicks went to eat and watch a movie?
 
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That 3rd person is a must dude.......

It's one of those un written rules, without the third person both of the participants are in a bad position which might place their man hodd at stake

be considerate next time
 
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Where has this fear of appearing to be or doing something considered by otherss homosexual..come from? It so childish. If I want to hang out with a friend ofmine and go catch a movie im going to. Who gives a damn.
 

calvinjohnson

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No, i always chill with guys at my crib at they crib or just out and about, my lady wasnt available to go the movies friday so i went with one of my bestfriends, after wards we went to go eat at burger king then go to the mall n holla at girls together, i dont think anything is gay about that
 
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Originally Posted by Kicktionair

That 3rd person is a must dude.......

It's one of those un written rules, without the third person both of the participants are in a bad position which might place their man hodd at stake

be considerate next time
hmm... i tend to agree with this... but i've been to the movies with my bruh wit jus me & him...

its nothing suspect about it at all... its just like goin 2 get food wit ya boy... nothin suspect in the least
 
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There's nothing wrong with it. I don't see how it matters it's not like you're going to make out with him during the movie orsomething...right?
 
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unless they werent going to watch 17 again or eat at a 5 star restaurant it's not that AYO.
 
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I dont see anything wrong with seeing a movie with a male friend and gettin some food?
 

wj4

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Originally Posted by LazyJ10

Are your friends members of NT?
Nope.
They're friends from the university.

The only thing I really do is apply the 'man law' when sitting in an empty movie theater...a seat between each other. It's for comfort, more thananything.

I've hung out with a male friend a grip of times...just go get food and see a movie. As you get older, it's quite difficult to round out the wholegang to hang out as other priorities overtake the time to chill.
 

lurkin2long

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Originally Posted by Kicktionair

That 3rd person is a must dude.......

It's one of those un written rules, without the third person both of the participants are in a bad position which might place their man hodd at stake

be considerate next time
i actually agree......

maybe because ive never just chilled with 1 guy for movie or food........thats something better done in a group. Females can do that though.

it kinda is that un written rule just imo
 
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As long as your both not wearing matching outfits, holding hands and sharing a milkshake, its perfectly fine.



as long as you keep a seat empty between yall at the theater, then you're good....
This is a MUST, assuming theres the seating space available.
 
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