16 thoughts on “Another gay porn star who is religious – Javy D (tip @ Men Sparkle)

  1. Just because you’re a gay porn star doesn’t mean that you can’t believe in myths.

  2. I wish Jesus would tell the boy that the apostrophe in contractions takes the place of the missing letter(s).
    YOU ARE FINE! = You’re fine! NOT: Yo’ure fine!
    So why the fuckity fuck do people still contract YOU ALL to YA’LL!
    It’s Y’ALL, for the love of the God that blesses this fucking fuckity fuck…
    Sorry… I grew up in the South, and that’s a trigger for me.

  3. Not many people know the proper use of an apostrophe these days. As a partial excuse, most people younger than 30 have not learned any grammar at school. Apparently, it is learned through osmosis. I could go on, but there is little point.

  4. Should not also “father” be “Father”? Who is he thanking, the Holy Father, or his own father? This is a good example of the ambiguities created by (1) lack of knowledge; and (2) too-short text messages.

  5. I suspect that this blogger comes from a certain part of the world, and perhaps don’t know much about western culture. Just because someone says “blessed” doesn’t mean he is “religious”. I say “god bless” all the time and I don’t consider myself religious, it’s just a thing people say.

  6. It is possible. But in my country people did a research that asked to the most monstrous criminals if they believed they will go to heaven or if they deserved to go to heaven… and the majority said ” yes “.

  7. Someone saying they’re blessed really domestic mean they’re religious. It’s just a thing people say a lot.

  8. If he only used the word blessed, I would not think he was religious. But, he used it in conjunction with the praying hands & angel emoticons and the use of the words Amen & father.

  9. Religion being discussed on a gay porn sit!! What’s (see I did it correctly, I’m old enough to have been taught English grammar correctly!!) this old world cumming oops, coming to?
    LOL, my laugh of the day (so far)

  10. Why is this such a big deal? Religious texts/beliefs have been interpreted to ‘justify’ all kinds of things. Selective reading/interpretation is the norm rather than the exception–particularly in the west–so finding gay religious people is really nothing special.

  11. You’re absolutely correct. I read an article not too long ago about how the language of ‘Millenials’ (I hate that term, but it’s what the media has dictated they be) is changing due to social media and texting. Not just written language- how they speak. Using ‘LOLZ’ as an interjection and such.
    I mean, language is fluid and changes over time. It’s why we don’t say ‘thee’ and ‘thine’, but I’m going to miss actual speech. :/

  12. Nice! If I had a sheet of gold star stickers, you’d get one!
    (And I wasn’t discussing religion; I was discussing punctuation and grammar! Which one is more ridiculous on a porn site?!!)

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