Just for fun – Top 10 things you are probably doing if not at Mardi Gras

Just for fun – Top 10 things you are probably doing if not at Mardi Gras

IT’S Saturday night, and all eyes are on the LGBTI people in Sydney for the Mardi Gras Parade and Party.

But you’re reading this – probably at home. Here are the top 10 non-Mardi Gras things you could be doing right now:


10. Pairing socks


9. Wondering why there is no one around your area on Grindr


8. Staying home saving $ money $


7. Still trying to wash last years DIY rainbow crossing off the pavement


6. Taking advantage of being home alone, because all your gay flatmates are out at the party.


5. Staying home because just like the Wicked Witch of the West you will melt if you get wet


4. Reading this post


3. Crocheting a tea pot cosy


2. Trying to watch the parade on tv, only to work out that is on SBS2 on Sunday night


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7 responses to “Just for fun – Top 10 things you are probably doing if not at Mardi Gras”

  1. Staying at home helping my nan with house work, renovatining her house, taking care of my dog, spending time with close friends, my fiancé has work, mardi gras has lost it’s meaning of gay rights and is now just an over the top waste of money which does nothing to make the government step up and help the LGBTI communities of Australia. Plus if I wanted to spend money to be around a buch of other gay people, I would jus have my gay friends over and buy drinks and drink at home. I always wanted to go, but no longer. It has no meaning anymore. It is all about showing off not making things change. Ever wonder why we have such a bad name? Stereotypes. And what is the biggest and loudest way to conform to those stereotypes? Mardi gras. Most people think of gays as flamboyant in your face queers. Mardi gras sadly proves their point.

  2. staying away from an over commercialized publicity event that lost it’s origins of a protest calling for calling for an end to discrimination against homosexuals in employment and housing, an end to police harassment and the repeal of all anti-homosexual laws – it’s a shame we still have a lot of the issues but not to protest

  3. Watching episodes of Dexter at home because we are forced into social isolation after being rejected by the world because we don’t fit into their stands of what they consider ‘normal’ to be’.