Neighbor Asks Woman to Tone Down Her 'Gay' Yard Decor (PHOTO)

There is so much wrong, yet hilarious with this story, I'm not sure where to begin. It just goes to show that it doesn't matter what your background is, you can still be an annoying person. And entertain the Internet. Because a gay woman and her Christian neighbor are going at it over lawn ornaments in Baltimore.


So it all started when Julie Baker decided to set up some decorations in her front yard, in the form of rainbow-colored jars. Hey, mason jars may be in, people, but that doesn't mean they need to be lawn ornaments! I'm just saying ... I'm not a fan, and it has nothing to do with the "gay" message of it.

Anyway, instead of neighbors saying, "Hey, we don't like your ugly lawn ornaments," someone wrote an anonymous note bashing the gaynes of it. This actually happened. Here's a picture of the note Baker allegedly received:

Did you hear that? They will not put up with a "relentlessly gay" neighborhood! It's bolded and underlined, so you know they mean business!

Dude, why does this have to have anything to do with being gay? It's a tacky lawn ornament. As for the kids ... the kids will probably like it, because it's tacky and colorful, and what do they even know about rainbows being anything other than a symbol of happy?

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Anyway, Baker was not about to be deterred, and she started a GoFundMe campaign to make her yard even more relentlessly gay. She wrote on the fund-raising page, "Needless to say ... I need more rainbows ... Many, many more rainbows ... I am starting this fundraiser so I can work to make my Home even More relentlessly gay."

It just goes to show that it doesn't matter if you're Christian, gay, both, neither, or anything else ... you can still be an annoying neighbor.

Who do you think is more annoying, the woman with the lawn ornaments, or the person criticizing them?


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