Stuff That Makes a Gay Heart Weep: A Definitive Guide to the Loud & Proud Dislikes of Millions

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There's nothing they hate more than bad home décor, cheap vodka, and men who take off their shirts but shouldn't (especially when those things happen all at once!). They believe they're unique, yet somehow they're all exactly the same, bitching about Prop 8 and lamenting the sad fact that Bradley Cooper is straight. A day without Bravo TV, disco music, frantic texting, and just the right designer clothes makes them want to off themselves.

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Overview

There's nothing they hate more than bad home décor, cheap vodka, and men who take off their shirts but shouldn't (especially when those things happen all at once!). They believe they're unique, yet somehow they're all exactly the same, bitching about Prop 8 and lamenting the sad fact that Bradley Cooper is straight. A day without Bravo TV, disco music, frantic texting, and just the right designer clothes makes them want to off themselves.

Well, it's not quite that extreme, but it's definitely Stuff that Makes a Gay Heart Weep.

In this laugh-out-loud guide to the dislikes of millions, the author shows in 150 succinct entries that it's just not fair for Caucasians to have all the fun! You are invited to kick back, pour yourself a Ketel One on the rocks, and get lost in the bitchiest bitch-fest west of the West Village and this side of the Castro.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781440506550
  • Publisher: F & W Media Inc
  • Publication date: 11/16/2010
  • Pages: 226
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Freeman Hall has a huge gay heart and has waited his whole life to sound off on the stuff that makes it weep. Author of an acclaimed memoir of his experiences toiling in Retail Hell, he now spends his days running four popular blogs and dogwalking his neighbor's adorable canines. His weeping gay heart should in no way be confused with a lyric in a country ditty (though many of them do make it weep).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2012

    Sorry/Grateful

    A clever idea for a fun read, sadly featuring a distinct lack of cleverness. Neither awful nor good, the book lies in its mediocre bed rather too comfortably.

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  • Posted March 21, 2011

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    Fun Read!

    Stuff That Makes a Gay Heart Weep is an entertaining and quick read, the kind of book I could picture myself gifting to gay friends and the hags who love them. Touching on such important topics as bad drag, Sarah Palin, Crocs, broken gaydar, instant coffee, tacky home decor, bad tippers, ugly tramp stamps, potlucks, ugly Christmas sweater parties, and closeted cartoon characters, just to name a few, Freeman Hall breaks down the many reasons why each topic is tragic enough to make anyone's rainbow-colored heart weep. Reading through the pop culture sprinkled references made me laugh, cringe, and even let out the occasional 'oh, girl!' and 'halleloo!'

    My one criticism of the book was that I wanted it to go further - raunchier, more shocking, more cattiness - it was just a little too fluffy and nice for my tastes. Even the structure and language of each topic had a lot of repetition. With so many different topics covered, it got a little taxing to read so many topics with similar wording. I found the writing because stale quickly, and that made my queer heart weep.

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