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Life is only what you wonder.

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Deja View

Last August when Boy Meets Boy was airing I predicted there would be a reality show similar to this one which will come to a TV near you any day now.
"One woman is gambling a million on her gaydar.
14 sexy bachelors. A million-dollar prize.
Think you know where this is going? Think again. ...
Things aren't what they appear when FOX puts this young lady and the viewing audience to the test as she determines which guys are straight and which guys are gay and merely "Playing It Straight."
The rules are simple: If a straight guy is the last man standing, the couple splits the money. But if a gay guy fools his way to the finish line, he leaves $1 million richer.
With serious cash up for grabs, first impressions have never been more important!"
I don't know if I'm psychic, or if it was just inevitable.
It not going to be easy for that girl to weed out the gay siuters among the many men that will be attempting to woo her.
First there's metrosexuality and the "Queer Eye" sensibility that men can be well-dressed and well-coiffed, have a kickin' apartment and even know how to arrange flowers - and not be gay.
Secondly, and most importantly, she's not really going to know what to look for.
I'll be watching the show to see what happens, but I'm not optimistic.