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What’s Your Sign: The Things We Do For Love

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Blake Skjellerup

By Blake Skjellerup on October 28, 2010

We gays can be romantic, too.

I did my best at trying to find out who YouTube user shadeslayer117 was, but my Internet Stalking abilities clearly need some work. Through my trusty sources, however I did manage to find out that shadeslayer117 is a boy who has full hearing capabilities. He met a boy who is deaf.

They fell madly in love.

Shadeslayer117’s now so smitten by his new love that he learned sign language so he could communicate with his new beau in the way he knows best. He’s also clearly fascinated with his new talent of being able to sign and how he can make use of it in everyday life. Such as, when he is horny, when wants to make out in his new boyfriend’s car, when he wants to engage in some mutual masturbation (how awesome is the sign for mutual masturbation?).

You can watch the video here, which is attracting thousands of viewers every day:

After watching that expression of love, here’s my question: What have you learned, changed or adapted for the new love of your life? My admission: I was once involved with a religious family and had to stop using Jesus Christ as a curse. I don’t use it as a curse anymore, and I feel like it makes me a better person for it, so it was a win-win situation.

Blake Skjellerup is a competitive short track speed skater who competed for New Zealand in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. Blake trains and lives in Calgary, Canada, where he will spend the next 3 years preparing for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

You can follow him on twitter: @blakeskjellerup.

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