Are you gay?
This, I should note, was asked by the woman I'll be marrying in less than two months.
To be fair, there are a few times when that question is not entirely out of line. If, for example, you happened to be an exceptionally well-groomed metrosexual, and someone mistakes you for a gay man. Or if you know what's so funny about Homer Simpson citing the glory hole as one of the greatest accomplishments of humanity. Or if you get one too many of the inside references in Queer as Folk. All hypothetically speaking, of course.
And then there's the old standby -- just because a man is married, and fathered two children doesn't mean that he isn't gay.
That aside, the rest of the conversation went something like this: