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Old 03-29-2006, 05:29 PM   #16
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I used to work at Disney when I was in college and I would suggest going to a non disney club/ Pleasure Island is cool but Orlando has a large amount of gay/lesbian clubs in the area. It has been a while since I have been but I used to go to Southern Nights a lot and always had a good time there.
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Old 03-29-2006, 06:09 PM   #17
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On the Saturday the OP mentioned, the island will be about 95% gay, so even if you dont hit a club, you will have a good time on that night!
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Old 03-29-2006, 07:43 PM   #18
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Isn't that gay day this year? If so you wont be able to swing a dead cat (or a man bag) over your head without hitting a gay person.
A man bag??! What's a man bag? Do you mean a purse? (Mike, it's OK for men to have purses...it's the 21st-century).

Husbear has a shoulder bag that he typically refers to as his "murse" (he just can't bring himself to call it a purse). Of course, I ALWAYS refer to it as his purse (because I'm one of those guys that generally doesn't carry a bag, instead relying on overstuffed coat pockets).
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Old 03-29-2006, 08:01 PM   #19
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Geesh! By your screen name I pictured some big old red headed guy who couldn't wait to hit the Country Bear Jamboree on Gay Day at 1:00 with the other bears! Now you tell me you allow your parner to carry a "murse"? What's next? A skirt? Ooops or is that a "Utilikilt"? (Woof! Nothing better than a bear in a kilt!....Viva Off Kilter!)

BTW I am liberal, as long as the "murse" matches the shoes, and no white between Labor Day and Memorial Day (even in Florida!) go for it!
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Old 03-29-2006, 08:06 PM   #20
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Have a great time at PI. I had a blast at 8Trax on a recent trip. The crowd was (on our evening) much friendlier there than at mannequins. But we'll be giving mannequins another try during our may trip.

Kind of off-topic but when I was but a youngun visiting WDW with my parents, Mannequins seemed like some mysterious nightclubbing shangri-la. I had visions of Studio 54 (most likely from staying up late, watching far too much trashy tv at a young age). Needless to say, I was rather disappointed first time i walked in!!!!
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Geesh! By your screen name I pictured some big old red headed guy who couldn't wait to hit the Country Bear Jamboree on Gay Day at 1:00 with the other bears! Now you tell me you allow your parner to carry a "murse"? What's next? A skirt? Ooops or is that a "Utilikilt"? (Woof! Nothing better than a bear in a kilt!....Viva Off Kilter!)

BTW I am liberal, as long as the "murse" matches the shoes, and no white between Labor Day and Memorial Day (even in Florida!) go for it!
You pretty much hit it spot on! I allow husbear to do pretty much anything he wants. And for your information, we live 2 miles down the road from where they make Utilikilts and husbear has pined after one since he first found out about them. But he doesn't want to buy one until it can properly fit his waist (which means about 40 pounds from now).

And, Yes the carpet and the drapes do match!!
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Old 03-30-2006, 08:58 PM   #22
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A friend of mine is trying to talk me into a Utilikilt for yard work.......all I keep thinking about is fire ant bites! OUCH! Can you even imagine?

Saw a big ole bear at EPCOT with one on the other day, and I must admit, he looked pretty darn good in that thing! Takes a real man to wear a skirt to a theme park!
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Old 03-31-2006, 11:05 AM   #23
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Mike! Darling! Are you feeding the rumor that the Adventurer's Club will be closing? Say it ain't so!!!
NOOOOOOOO it can't be......

that IS the ONLY place I go to on PI!!!!!

And it is VERY VERY gay friendly.....TRUST ME!
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Old 03-31-2006, 11:58 AM   #24
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Thanks to everyone for their input. We are probably just going to go and see as much as possible because a lot of the clubs sound cool. I really want to check out the Adventurers Club. I hope it is a rumor and that it won't be torn down. I will have to wait and see.
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