If Only They Were Normal #13 – Daddy Bush and Junior
Daddy – Well my son, what did you learn today?
Junior – Sir, I learned to love the sinner but not the sin. So I love you even though you were never there for me and throttled my body and esteem.
Daddy – Very good. Now I won’t have to throw you to the tigers. Hahaha.
Junior – Hahaha. Remember how I got so jealous when Jeb was born? I have now learned that honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress.
Daddy – Most commendable. This must mean you are over my penis being bigger then yours. Hahahaha.
Junior – Haha. Ha. Er, um, yes, ah, hate the sin, not the sinner.
Daddy – I was only ribbing you , my boy, to see how you would react. I have become a queer mixture of the East and the West, out of place everywhere, at home nowhere.
Junior – You’re queer? YOU’RE QUEER? Daddy, I’m so happy, I’ve been meaning to tell you I’m a homosexual.
Daddy – Queer as in odd, son.
Junior – Oh. Ah, er…honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress, right?