It’s every gay man’s nightmare. You have to write a thank-you note (or birthday card, Deepest Sympathy plane banner, or big-screen sports-stadium marriage proposal) and you can’t think of a thing to say. If only you could find the perfect quote to convey the proper gay sentiment.
Faster than Susan Lucci slapping her name on a home-shopping product, it’s To Quote A Queer: A Compendium of Wit, Wisdom and Devastating Remarks to the rescue.
And never fear, this 480-page brick covers the gamut of gay, from the 15th century musings of Michelangelo Buonarroti to modern day gay superheroes, Bruce Vilanch and RuPaul.
There are some truly odd sources, such as who-the-hell-is-that reality show stars and the occasional French poet, with topics including fashion, homophobia, war, addiction, celebrities and pornography.
The bottom line is this is one comprehensive tome. Use it wisely and carry it as a weapon.
“To Quote A Queer”
Edited by John Lessard
Find it online at www.quirkbooks.com