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imageCan the World Cup get any gayer? With Tuesday’s semi-final match between Uruguay and the Netherlands, you betcha. There’s Diego Forlan, Wesley Sneijder and Homer ... Simpson?

We already know that soccer has pronounced itself gay (video below).

But now Homer reminds us that Uruguay—that’s the team that cheated their way into the semi-final—is really pronounced U-r-gay (video below).

And when the likes of Uruguay’s hottie roster takes to the field—Diego Forlan (top photo) and Luis Suarez, to name just two—they will face the likes of Wesley Sneijder and Arjen Robben from the Netherlands. Those pairings are likely to add to the moments of manlove we’ve already seen on the pitch during this World Cup.

If that’s not enough, you’re a gay soccer manwhore. But enjoy this totally gratuitous of Landon Donovan (bottom photo), the U.S. captain that won our hearts during this World Cup even if he didn’t take us through the Round of 16.


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