I recently bought this shirt from Tshirt Hell: I wore it to a couple of places here in town. I got a couple of confused looks from people, but no reactions worth mentioning. This past weekend, I wore it in a liberal college town. I visited my brother in Columbus, OH (Home of OSU). We were getting ready to go to Schmidt's Sausage House (as seen on Man vs. Food) when he saw that I had put on that shirt. He said, "Are you wearing that?" I said, "Yes, what's the problem?" He said, "There's a lot more gay people here than there are back home." I said, "Well, they'll just have to accept me for who I am." We walk into the restaurant and as we are being led to our table, a waiter sees my shirt and stops dead in his tracks. A look of utter disgust came over his face (if you'll pardon the expression) as he turned around and walked back the way he came. As we sit down, there was a lesbian couple sitting to the left of us. I didn't notice them right off, but my wife was trying to get my attention and kind of nodded in their direction. I looked and saw lasers getting stared through me. As I went to the sausage buffet (if you'll pardon the expression) only one person that saw my shirt laughed. The rest were just glaring and shaking their head. A few more waiters that weren't working our section had found a reason to walk past our table for some reason. About halfway through our meal, a male/female couple sat at the table next to us. They looked like they just got back from the NATO protests. They both looked at my shirt and stared coldly at me. They muttered something, got the waitress's attention and moved to another table. As I went back for seconds on the buffet, I saw the couple at a different table, still staring at me. I could tell the guy so badly wanted to say something to me, but he didn't have the balls. I guess hetero-phobia is still alive and well in 2012. With that said, Schmidt's is awesome. The Bahama Mamma sausage is fantastic. Our waitress was great. Also when in Columbus, I recommend eating at Thurman's (also featured on Man vs. Food). I got a Thurman Burger. I ate the entire thing and damn near needed an episiotomy to get rid of it the next day. We went to Jeni's Ice Cream and I had Goat Cheese and Cherries ice cream. It was really good.