lol This reminds me of when I was in high school and one of my best friends came out to me as a lesbian. She then told me that she had had a crush on me for a while and wanted to know if there was a chance I swung that way, too. I knew how difficult it was for her to tell me this, so I simply said, "No, but thanks!" (because nothing makes you feel better than knowing someone finds you irresistible!). I promised not to tell anyone about the conversation and we continued being good friends (this was about seven years ago and we still get together every now and then). A couple years later, I received a call from a friend the two of us shared. Apparently she had come out to the rest of the crew. This mutual friend's response was, "I let her sleep over! What if she had been trying to get in my pants?" All I could do was roll my eyes and say, "Uh...yeah. Sure...." I never mentioned the conversation we had had when she first came out. But every once in a while, I think about it and giggle a little. Some people are really clueless when it comes to things like that. I mean, just because someone's gay, that doesn't immediately mean they want you. I don't want every guy I meet just because I'm straight!