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The rules of AskReddit clearly state: "AskReddit is for thought-provoking, discussion-inspiring questions. If your question can be answered by google, or in one word, it isn't right for AskReddit."

Rules, shmules.

Redditor elkresurgence threw caution to the wind this morning when he asked: "Which famous person needs to come out already?"

Within hours, every single response read "Tom Cruise."

Then, DutchessPDX brought everyone back to earth:

I think we need to stop speculating on who's gay and who's straight and let people get on with their lives. Gay or straight doesn't matter. But obviously Tom Cruise.

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