Meet Burt, The Very Foul-Mouth Butterfly

Some Fuck-Wad Just Called Me An Anti-Gay Bigot Because I Told Him I Hate Musical Theater.  Can You Believe That Fuckin' Shit?!  Fuck That!  Look At Me, God Damn It!  I've Got A Fuckin' Rainbow On My God Damn Wings, And I'm So Light On My Fuckin' Feet I Can LITERALLY Fly!!  I'm As Fuckin' Gay As It Gets! So Go Fuck Yourself With A Rusty Tail Pipe If You Want To Call Me Anti-Gay, God Damn It!

Some Fuck-Wad Just Called Me An Anti-Gay Bigot Because I Told Him I Hate Musical Theater. Can You Believe That Fuckin’ Shit?! Fuck That! Look At Me, God Damn It! I’ve Got A Fuckin’ Rainbow On My God Damn Wings, And I’m So Light On My Fuckin’ Feet I Can LITERALLY Fly!! I’m As Fuckin’ Gay As It Gets! So Go Fuck Yourself With A Rusty Tail Pipe If You Want To Call Me Anti-Gay, Ya God Damn Smegma-Faced Douche Bag!

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22 thoughts on “Meet Burt, The Very Foul-Mouth Butterfly

  1. Pingback: Damn, I’m Old and Hamilton Tickets Are Hard to Get | fojap

  2. That butterfly sure has an attitude! I like 😉

  3. So….with out dancing and musical theater….how does he get another boy rainbow butterflies attention? Or did I miss something….?? yes I did miss something. Hugs 🙂

  4. That is a hot butterfly

  5. I just got to use your trick with my proselytizer. It was very satisfying, though I’m not as nice as you and have no intention of deleting it. Thanks for sharing your genius!

    • You bet. Another of my disciples did the same earlier today to a stalker who wouldn’t stop making awful comments on her blog. Glad I could be of service. Your edit will be sure to infuriate your proselytizer. HURRAY FOR YOU!!!!

  6. Well that was smegging funny! 🙂

  7. Musical theatre is of the devil. You want proof? Broadway has a musical about Alexander Hamilton, performed in hip hop.

    • AAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!

    • I wanted to see that! I think it’s still in previews.

    • You want to see it out of simple curiosity?

    • It genuinely looks good.

      I’ve always been fascinated by Alexander Hamilton. In fact, I’m not so sure I want to see him taken off the ten dollar bill. I think it’s Jackson that should go.

      I wanted to see it at the Public (where I saw a disco version of the life of Imelda Marcos, btw) and it would have been my first choice to see instead of “Amazing Grace” a couple of weeks ago.

      I decided since I’m in New York anyway and like going to plays I should add reviews to my blog. There’s a limited number of Broadway houses, so seeing everything on Broadway is very doable.

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