Ah, okay. I just don't tend to say it, because I know how hurtful it can be to someone within earshot, who could happen to be gay. Especially when there's already been enough hate speech targeted at gay people, as it is. I live in a really conservative city, and I've seen so much of it. To each, their own, though. I just thought I'd offer my insight on that. Just because you don't mean something one way, doesn't mean that there isn't someone who is listening, who could take it the way you don't mean it. Not trying to be bossy or bitchy. Just offering insight.Crypticshock said:I work with a bunch of Columbian/Mexicans. The expression is different for certain areas, which is weird. "You're gay" and "You're a loser". I don't think it actually means "faggot" truthfully, I've read people's reactions to it when Escobar had it and that's what some people wrote it to mean, but no one told me personally that it was. If they do something that's odd, joking around, I ask them. Escobar is from the Dominican(?) so he even spells it differently than Mexicans.