A Gay Divorced Couple Play Truth or Drink | Cut


– Did you ever cheat on me? – I knew this question was gonna come up.

I mean, this is the obviousquestion that’s come up.

I knew it was gonna come up.

Yes I did.

(classical music) – [Interviewer] Hi.

– [Both] Hi.

– I’m AG.

– And I’m Skyler.

– [Interviewer] How doyou know each other? – We are ex-husbands.

– [Interviewer] Is it weird telling people that you are divorced? – No, I don’t think so.

Not for me.

– It’s relieving.

It took forever to do.

– Separation was almost four years ago.

And then the actual legal divorce happened at the beginning of this year.

– [Interviewer] Who wants to begin? – You poured, so I’ll.

– Okay.

– What did I do in thebedroom that you never liked? – I don’t think you bottomed enough.

– It’s ’cause I’m terrified of my butt.

– I don’t think that’strue at all.

(laughs) – What did I do in thebedroom that you never liked? – You had a really intenseemphasis on anal penetration.

– (laughs) What do you mean? – You needed to havebutt sex all the time.

– I mean, you’re not wrong.

Sadly I can’t say a lot’s changed there.

– Describe the first sexyou had after we broke up.

– There’s a dude twoblocks from us in Belltown that I’d been wanting to fuck for so long.

– [Interviewer] So you had it prearranged when he was gonna move out.

– No, I had an intenseemotional experience of AG leaving the houseand I cried my eyes out and then I went and usedone of my therapist-approved coping mechanisms, whichis fucking a stranger.

– ‘Kay.

– Works for me.

Describe the first sexyou had after the breakup.

– I went on a lot ofreally shitty first dates.

Grindr first dates.

So it took me almost a monthto get laid after I left.

I don’t know.

I don’t know how straightpeople feel about that.

– [Interviewer] That’s pretty sad.

– Don’t be an asshole! (AG and background group laughing) – Who loved whom more? We can drink to that one.

(laughs) – [Interviewer] Youguys don’t wanna answer? – Not really.

That one makes me feel weird.

I’m gonna get out of itby drinking this booze.

(glass clanking) – Where’s the weirdest place we had sex? – The graveyard in Portland.

– [Interviewer] Like, was it on a tombstone? – It was up Against a tree.

– No, against a tree.

There were tombstones all around though.

Lots of them.

– Didn’t I bottom? – You did.

– Ha! – Sure did.

When did you know it was over? – It crystallized for me that we needed to at least try out a separation and really look at ending things.

– We were both kind of doingthe same wrong to each other.

We demanded a lot of each other and didn’t wanna givethe energy to reciprocate what we were demanding.

– Yeah.

Do you ever cheat on me? – I knew this question was gonna come up.

I mean this is the obviousquestion that’s come up.

I knew it was gonna come up.

Yes I did.

I know.

– I’m so happy.

(both laughing) Hot fuckin’ dog.

– [Interviewer] You didn’t know? – No!- No, I never told him.

– And it makes me feel so much better.

This is like Christmas, this is like Christmas.

I’m so happy.

– I suppose I probably could’vebeen pretty open about it, but it was actually moreexciting to not be open about it.

– I also had sex thenight that you found me under that bush.

– I knew it.

That’s why you didn’tcome home that night.

– I did actually fall asleepunderneath the bush though.

– [Interviewer] Wait, Skyler.

You had sex under the bush? – No.

Went to that dude’s house, hadsex, got more drunk with him, fell asleep underneaththe bush on the way home.

– Yeah.

– Yeah.

– That’s very unbrand for you.

– So much more.

– Well, it was then.

At the time.

– Do you regret your time with me and would you do it all over again? – No, I don’t regret it.

Yes, I would absolutelydo it in a heartbeat.

I grew in ways that I couldnot have done without you.

– [Interviewer] Do you feel the same way? – I do, absolutely.

I don’t regret any of our time together.

I don’t regret being married at all.

Neither one of us would’vegotten to the point where we’re at todayif we hadn’t done that.

– Did you marry to prove a point? – In a way, yeah.

It was one of many reasons.

– What point? – That I’m worth marrying.

– You’re worth marrying.

It was really obviousto me by the end of it that the reason we weredoing it was not for us.

– [Interviewer] Who was it for? – Family.

Society.

– We got married right when it was, Oh my God, gay marriageis legal in Washington.

– Yeah.

– All the gays go get married.

– Now I feel like I don’t need to prove that point, like why? Straight people proved that point.

– I don’t feel like Idon’t want to assimilate anymore in the way that I did then.

– This is the last one.

All right, final question.

Are you ready? Do you ever miss me? – Every day.

You were wonderful in so many ways.

I got so many things from you that I will never get again in a partner.

You were unique and you werespecial and you were so good.

– Oh.

– For me.

And what I needed right then.

Yes, I miss so many things about you.

– I feel the same.

– Some people don’t getthe chance to, you know.

– People don’t get this.

What we’re doing right here.

People don’t get this opportunity.

Most of the worst couples Idon’t think would ever sit here and do this.

– I love you very much.

– I love you.

Let’s do another shot.

– [Skyler] I guess I miss you.

– (laughs) No more questions, so what else can we do? We definitely recommend you play this with your ex-husband or ex-wife.

– Or ex-anything.

– Or ex-anything.

(both laughing) – Go to playtruthordrink.

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