Recently, I discovered I had been defriended by someone on Facebook. This isn’t a reason to call the local papers (what’s a paper?). Nor does it really even merit a passing mention on a mediocre blog such as this. In short, who gives a shit? But I’m not going to let lack of general interest or importance prevent me from writing something that I think is going to be hilarious. Or at the very least, awesome. Right?
Getting defriended is not at all remarkable. Who among us hasn’t accepted someone’s virtual friendship after meeting them at a bar or a conference or a swingers party, only to completely forget who they are a month later and remove them from your FB friend zoo? But what is noteworthy is getting defriended by someone you see on a regular basis. With whom you believed you were friends. Or at the very least cordial acquaintances. This is what happened to me. Get your tissues out.
Dear Gay Porn Stud,
Thank you so much for following me on Twitter. I am flattered that someone of your great esteem would care what a nobody like me has to say in 140 characters. I have to say, I was somewhat surprised when I got the notification in my inbox- “Gay Porn Stud is now following you on Twitter.” I mean, I’ve never known a gay porn stud before. Especially not one who is the “no.1 Gay Porn Stud!” as you purport to be. I mean, you’ve already been in “several hardcore films so far!” I’ve known some gents who fancy themselves gay porn studs, but I try to tell them just because they wear T-shirts with slogans on them like “Cock Hunter,” doesn’t actually make them studs who are involved in porn. Those just tend to scream gay. Based on your Web site gay4free.info, it’s pretty clear that you’re making a pretty penny off of your “erotic” “work.” Like only a penny. But it’s pretty and so shiny.