|Ambiguously Gay Man|
|First appearance||License Registration Day|
|Notable Characteristics||Mysterious orientation|
|Affiliation(s)||The Order of Order|
An ascot-wearing protagonist and member of The Order of Order. Generally a nice enough guy, but attracts a lot of unwanted attention to his still yet unnanounced sexual orientation.
Background and DevelopmentEdit
Ambiguously Gay Man briefly appeared in License Registration Day, seen in the line waiting for registration at the Secretary of State. He was called out by Butter Perspirator in an attempt to get him to leave the line, and thus move it forward. After being called "a faggot" by Perspirator, he simply rebutted with "But there's no way for you to really know, is there?" When it was then pointed out that his ascot was a dead giveaway, Ambiguously Gay Man left the line and went home in tears.
Personality and RelationshipsEdit
Usually very calm and controlled, Ambiguously Gay Man deals with a lot of flak about his sexuality. He seems to do his best to remain stoic, but is not adverse to breaking down in tears.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- His ascot and appearance may be a nod to that of the character Fred from Scooby-Doo, who like Ambiguously Gay Man, wore an ascot and was a faggot.