The UK’s Supreme Court has ruled that gay couples have as much of a right to huff, make a scene in a public place and not talk to their partner in restaurants but be over friendly with the waiter, as straight couples.
In an historic decision, gay couples will now be allowed to force their partners to eat cold meals because they were late home from work. Equally, senior judges have decided that gay couples should also be afforded the right to force their partner to sleep on the sofa until he/she apologises for looking at that man/woman in the street in the tight trousers/skirt.
Michael Tracy, a spokesman for the Gender Action Youth Wing, said that the ruling, ‘represented a quantum leap forward in equality rights for gay couples’. He said he planned to celebrate the decision by going home and throwing a hissy fit because his partner didn’t give him a kiss going to work this morning.