Gay-Related Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome or Gay-Related Immune Deficiency Syndrome is the original term for the now politically-correct expression AIDS. G.R.I.D.S. became prevalent during the '70s and '80s, when it was scientifically proven that being gay kills people. The FDRQs got all butthurt (ironic) over being cursed and started spreading their tainted seed amongst straight people. This was accomplished by pretending that a woman's anus was the same thing as a dude's. Once infected, the women would inevitably spread this horrible disease to men, due to their whoreness.
Unlike AIDS, the G.R.I.D.S. does not infest pools. Instead, some argue that this pre-AIDS is able to infest the internets. This has not been yet proved as the tubes were still being formed in the '70s.
- G.R.I.D.S. is coming back.
- G.R.I.D.S. is gonna be the new black.
- This may prove slightly difficult because everyone has AIDS, AIDS, AIDS, AIDS AIDS AIDS!
- G.R.I.B.S. Gay related irritable bowel syndrome. Terminal I'm afraid.
However, we all know that G.R.I.D.S. and AIDS are not just gay and nigger diseases. Lots of straightfags have the AIDS now... millions of them.
It is not uncommon to hear newfags say "gayer than aids" and you can show them you've been around longer by saying "gayer than grids" instead.
This term is not to be confused with the significantly better DC Comics character, Grid.
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- Great Rectal Information Diarrhea Simple
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