Which begs the question, who's right in a lesbian relationship?
@TheDayOfNoPictures, From experience, I can tell you that it is the girl who cries first
@TheDayOfNoPictures, whoever has the gun
@TheDayOfNoPictures, nobody is ever wrong. They don't argue, because when they're upset, they don't talk to each other.
@TheDayOfNoPictures, you just started unraveling the thread of reality! *hears explosion in the background* Why?! Why must you do thi-*fades away from existence*
@TheDayOfNoPictures, the one who doesn't wear the strap on
@TheDayOfNoPictures, or a gay one, because then they would both be wrong
@KakashiHatake, I can tell you right now, you are not wrong.
@CallMeQueenEtna, Oh I know. My ex was a major drama queen, so of course she was always right -.-
@TheDayOfNoPictures, the one with the shorter hair
@TheDayOfNoPictures, as a woman who has been with other women, I can say that even when I know I'm right, I just let them think they are right, because I wear the pants & give them everything they want. So- I think the one that is willing to swallow their pride, is the "male" in a lesbian relationship.
@TheDayOfNoPictures, the first one to go down, ironically.
@humerus, (I am also a lesbian, if that helps prevent my joke from becoming offensive)
@TheDayOfNoPictures, The more femminine one is always right. If they're both femme, they usually talk it out.
@TheDayOfNoPictures, being a lesbian who was in a long-term relationship recently, I can say it is whoever gives up first that day, or until they nearly hate each other and just drop it.
@TheDayOfNoPictures, the one with the short hair
@TheDayOfNoPictures, The one with the longer hair
Perks of being single! ...*cries in a corner
This is sadly true
Anyone else read 'night' instead of right?
@Pharaoh, yes, the lowercase i's are too close to the other letters
What about lesbians?
I wonder if post # 1 said first.
The key to a happy relationship :\