October 24th, 2007


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Discussion (16)¬

  1. Domino says:

    I’m told there are some marriage proposals that happen just like that.

  2. Chelsea says:

    Only in Massachusetts, Vermont, and Iowa, to date …

  3. BunnyRock says:

    Add Cornwall to that list, Chelsea.

  4. Raidell says:

    Illinois. My parents. “You wanna move in together?” “Not really.” “Well…you want to get married?” “…sure.” -hour later- “So…are we, like, engaged?” “I guess so.”

  5. TekServer says:

    Raidell, the difference (and point) would be that your parents were (probably) not both female …


  6. Lee says:

    And Spain.

  7. BigFuzzyChris says:

    Er. Raidell.. you don’t have a sister named Beth, do you? That sounds suspiciously like a story she told about her parents.

  8. Cornbread says:

    I like how what stands out to people isn’t that they’re different species which normally would be in a predator-prey relationship and until a few pages ago were mortal enemies, but the fact that they’re both female.

  9. Trogdog says:

    WARRGARBLE. sorry, but it’s got to be said.

  10. Saskfan says:

    And Canada!

  11. Emily says:

    I fail to see the “two females” problem…
    Oh wait. I forgot that some people still cant get over that.

  12. BunnyRock says:

    So the fact that they are both female and how that might affect any marriage is what you’re commenting on, and the fact they are quite clearly different species, one a VERY odd placental mammal and one a marsupial, is apparently completely normal in marriage and not noteworthy at all to all you guys?

    What sort of families did you guys all grow up with? And where do I get one?

  13. JET73L says:

    He/llo/~, hyena? If you count that they can’t reproduce because of the whole interspecies thing, Digger/Ed would practically be (physically) closer to a same-sex marriage than Digger/Grim Eyes.

    “So… I guess that ‘hmm’ is a ‘no’ on replacing my sandwich?”

  14. Lord the 22nd says:

    These families and more can be found at a wormhole near you!

  15. grumble.f.kitty says:

    It took me a few readings to work out what they were talking about. The adversarial relationship/different species thing, plus them not being even remotely human kinda made gayness not even close to the map, much less on it…

  16. WorkingVolition says:

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