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By  EpicSquishii  |  21

She didn't have to ask anything. Gay people have relationships too, you being single has nothing to do with your sexual oriwntation. Just sounds nosey to me, that's not really a necessary question

By  missd93  |  6

You should be like, "No, Grandma. I love cats. Their love is all I will ever need. And they won't get jealous when I bring more cats home." In utter seriousness.

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By  cr3ativity  |  15

Yikes. That's a signal to get into the game. If your grandma has to point that out/ ask you, then dang man. Or you can just tell her that "I'm not wanting a girlfriend now and rather work on doing something else."

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  cr3ativity  |  15

Not being kinda "I told you so Ichabod" but that's where the 2nd part of my comment comes in. :(

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  Kazenoe  |  24

Say, what's so bad about being single anyway? Lasting love is rarely born from desperation, and "Getting into the game" isn't needed to lead a satisfying life. Grandma is just being silly.

By  EpicSquishii  |  21

She didn't have to ask anything. Gay people have relationships too, you being single has nothing to do with your sexual oriwntation. Just sounds nosey to me, that's not really a necessary question

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  cr3ativity  |  15

I don't think OP's gay, or else his FML would sound like regret/ embarrassment where he never told his grandma that he's gay.

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  cr3ativity  |  15

Then why add that 2nd sentence to your comment? Not trying to be homophobic, but OP being "gay", is somewhat of a jump in logic from being single for so long.

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  LovesSushi  |  25

I think she was just trying to say that just because he is not bringing any women home does not mean he should be asked about his sexuality. If he was gay and not dating anyone, it would still be rude if grandma asked if he didn't like men anymore. Either way, he needs to tell grandma that it will happen when it happens.

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  gracehi  |  31

She might suspect that he's dating men in secret or that he's afraid of coming out so he'd rather date no one than date men and be outed.

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  EpicSquishii  |  21

What do you mean "why add" my second sentence? My point was she didn't have a reason to ask based solely on his singleness. You completely missed the point. Twice.

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  emag_eht  |  18

#28 You mean her *successors*? Predecessors would mean the grandma's parents and ancestors. Also, it really is none of her business whether or not OP chooses to continue the family line or chooses to date anyone at all. She chose to continue it, OP can choose not too. It's OP's life, not his grandma's. Sorry that it sounds mean, but it's true.

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  SillyGirl4602  |  23

He might be content being single. Or maybe he is messing around with people and not in a monogamous relationship. I don't think it's grandma's business and she shouldn't have just assumed he was gay.

By  missd93  |  6

You should be like, "No, Grandma. I love cats. Their love is all I will ever need. And they won't get jealous when I bring more cats home." In utter seriousness.

By  DishnobFruitCum  |  5

Why does everyone seem to assume that if you don't appear to be making an effort to pursue a relationship with a member of the opposite sex, then you must be gay? Pisses me right the fuck off.

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  perdix  |  29

Not everyone. The list of possibilities includes at least asexuality and autosexuality, too. Then, you can start adding the fetishes like dead people and animals, etc. I've never believed that an unsuccessful heterosexual would automatically do well as a homosexual. I don't think gay people like losers either.

By  Demonfish  |  14

Don't worry dude, you'll meet the right person, and when you do, it'll hit you like a train (in the best possible way). Believe me, I'm speaking from experience here :)

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