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Let's have a gay time


Yup, that's a real ice cream in Australia.

31st July 2013

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1 year ago #9271398        
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We have both condoms and ice cream with the name Magnum, the condoms boast being for well endowed men and the ice cream boasts of being huge.. Lmao



RubyRed

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1 year ago #9268801        
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Golden gaytimes are the best <3



CakiePie

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1 year ago #9232197        
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@Stenson4t0r, The original meaning of Gay was to be happy or cheerful, like this song line, "I'm so pretty, witty and gay". The meaning nowadays (For America, at least) is when a boy marries or likes boys in particular.



21 days ago #9446773        
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Best Ice-cream ever, i'd choose it any day of the week



Dinolil1

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3 months ago #9425543        
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Oh yeah!

Did you know the word gay, can mean happy!!!

So essentially, I believe they are saying, a golden happytime! but yeah, a bit shocking!



3 months ago #9424214        
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yeah I remember this ice cream commercial, I was like "W.T.F?!"



3 months ago #9422783        
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Yep. I remember having it explained to me that "No, gay in this sense doesn't meant homosexual."

Although, it's my favourite ice-cream.



Doss

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4 months ago #9417331        
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It is very nice.



Mal19

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4 months ago #9413284        
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xD Priceless.



4 months ago #9413221        
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I think the "happy, fun, carefree" thing "gay" used to mean is still better than what it means now. But it is one of those things you just can't stop. Like the word "fabulous" is also very hard to use in a non-gay way...
And like the word "geil" is very weird for Dutch people to hear said by Germans as it means something quite different (or just too much) in Dutch...

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