Hubby Hubby… First the House Key, Now My Ice Cream

September 2nd, 2009 at 8:27 am by Zacque
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The title says it all, first I questioned the sexuality of my house key as it looked a bit prideful.  Then we were illuminated with the different shades of gay and a pretty lame diety as Steve Jobs is generally a poo-poo faced kind of guy.  Its his computers that we found were slightly in the closet, although that has to do with their operating system.

hubby-hubbyYesterday, September 1st 2009, Ben and Jerry’s the Vermont ice cream company we have come to love released a temporary flavor,  Hubby Hubby.  As you might have guessed it is a localized renaming of their product Chubby Hubby which includes: fudge covered peanut butter filled pretzels in vanilla malt ice cream rippled with fudge and peanut butter, according to the Washington Post.  However Ben and Jerry’s describes it as: an all naturally fabulous union of Peanut Butter Cookie Dough ice cream, fudge and pretzels. 

The thing that pisses me off is the fact that it is only available in Vermont.  Would it not be a better idea to celebrate living in a country where its okay to be out with a national release?  I am advocating for changes in marriage laws but I would urge the country to limit the state’s involvement of the process.  After all other that tax revenue and legal fees what business does the state really have in my personal life.  After all it took three times to be married to the love of my life.

So, go support the reformation of marriage laws, just on a different platform, getting the state out of the private lives of it’s citizenship.


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2 Responses to “Hubby Hubby… First the House Key, Now My Ice Cream”

  1. Chrys/Southern_Chrys Says:

    Admit it, you’re just undeniably attracted to the housekey and the ice cream;)

    My views on gay marriage aside, I agree that most personal and/or religious issues should not be a part of our legislation, but then again, most political issues have some personal gain or emotional impetus behind them anyway and sometimes there is need for protected classes or groups – BUT – doing so creates more problems.

    Case in point, look at affirmative action, that’s outlived its purpose and been abused. I can’t believe I just said that as a Dem, but Republicans are right on that one.

    It bothers me that I have to choose on these issues that are often simply none of my business. I have enough of my own moral issues to contend with, who am I to grapple with or control other people’s, lol.

    For example, in the 2004 election in Florida, I was forced to vote “yes” or “no” on this question: “I think marriage should be between a man and a woman.”

    Are you kidding me with this loaded personal and religious issue question on my political ballot?

    And you couldn’t abstain, you had to answer one way or the other.

    Considering it was just after our first major hurricane, I wanted to write in some sort of comments section – “Um…unless gay marriage can solve the current pressing issues of the thieving carpetbaggers who have arrived to promise to fix roofs and then take off with money, looting, price hikes in utilities, and price-gouging around here right now, I don’t give a shit.” lol

  2. Zacque Says:

    I think this just reiterates the point that the government has no business in the marriage market. 😉