Thursday, December 4, 2008

Day Without a Gay: Your Newest Best Excuse to Play Hookey

Posted By on Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 9:09 AM

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                          Being sick never felt so fabulous!

Calling in sick is a risky proposition. Especially when you're faking it.

You have to strike the right balance between infirmed and comatose. Cough too forcefully and your boss is liable to insist you see a doctor. Overreach on a diagnosis and eyes will be raised when you show up, well-rested, in the office the next morning--no one's going to believe there's a 24-hour strain of Bird Flu.

Thankfully, for the slackers amongst us who'd prefer an Iron Chef marathon to another day of data entry, next Wednesday offers a fail-proof excuse to stay home: Call in gay!

Take it away, Day Without a Gay:

We've reacted to anti-gay ballot initiatives in California, Arizona Florida, and Arkansas with anger, with resolve, and with courage. NOW, it's time to show America and the world how we love...On December 10, you are encouraged not to call in sick to work. You are encouraged to call in "gay"--and donate your time to service!
The owners of Sky Blue Coffee & Bistro in East Nashville have already hopped aboard the Rainbow Train. So what about you? Will you be coming down with a nasty case of the homo next Wednesday?




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