We would officially like to tender our application to adopt this gay.

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Apart from it being all the rage and there’s nothing quite like jumping on a bandwagon by which we mean please don’t jump on a bandwagon especially if that bandwagon is called Abercrombie & Fitch or AussieBum or Wayfarers or heterosexuality, we have decided it is our duty – our DUTY EXCLAMATION MARK – to adopt this man.

For fffff-why? You ask.

Fffff-well. His name is Halil Ibrahim Dincdag, and he’s a gay. So far, so ‘mo. Halil also just so happens to be a football (soccer to our Americanish bum-chums) referee in Turkey. Turkey? It no likes the gays (as a rule. Some Turks do. We’ll vouch for that. We’re vouching as we speak *down, Mustaffa, down!*) – and as a result Halil has had his referee licence revoked. ‘Cause he is of gay. In case you didn’t get that, Halil has been sacked from his job pointing at men in shorty-shorts kicking a bit of blown-up pleather around because he bums (he’s so a bottom).

And how do we know he’s Turkish? Because he’s still wearing C&A.

According to Halil, his life has now ‘turned to hell’.

:-(

Oh Halil Ibrahim Dincdag… we’re waiting with open arms, a pair of thinning scissors, primary colours and a douche.

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4 comments to “We would officially like to tender our application to adopt this gay.”

  1. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
    Is that patronising?
    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.

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  2. I have very fondled memories of two particular Turkish boys. And they really were delightful.

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  3. Actually it wasn’t NECESSARILY because he was homosexual that he got sacked. Read zis article, plz:

    http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/sports/11671339.asp

    It’s a load of bollocks, though, tbh, because the only reason why employers in Turkey require men to have done their military service is so that the employees don’t end up having to leave their job to have to actually go and do the bloody service lol, and since (unfortunately) the Turkish army discriminates against homosexuals, he wouldn’t have been allowed to do his service in the first place and so there should have been no problem in hiring him. I think it’s just plain ol’ homophobia on the employer’s part.

    I hear he’s suing, though. Good on him. I support him 100%.

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  4. FIGHT ON DINCDAG! DON’T LET THESE HOMOPHOBES BEAT YOU UP. TAKE IT TO EUROPE. TAKE IT EVERYWHERE. YOU ARE A BRAVE MAN AND I SALUTE YOU.

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