In Episode 2 of ‘So Extra,’ We Ask People on the Street to Finish Famous ‘Drag Race’ Quotes

In Episode 2 of ‘So Extra,’ We Ask People on the Street to Finish Famous ‘Drag Race’ Quotes

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Hornet just launched the new web series So Extra, continuing its dedication to creating fun and occasionally irreverent content for the LGBTQ community. In the latest episode, Hornet Senior Editor Alexander Kacala takes to the streets of New York City to ask random people if they can finish some famous RuPaul’s Drag Race quotes.

Some of the Drag Race quotes included in Kacala’s quiz are:

— She already done had herses.

— Good God girl get a grip.

— If you can’t love yourself, how in the hell are you going to love somebody else?

— Shantay, you stay. 

— No T, no shade. 

— The library is open. 

— Creativity, uniqueness, nerve and talent. 

— I’m sorry, my dear, but you are up for elimination. 

— The time has come for you to lip sync for your life. 

— Gentleman, start you engines, and may the best woman win!

In the first episode of So Extra, Kacala’s hunt for sexy models takes him from an Abercrombie & Fitch event (that falls short) to a fun, flirty party at the Mr. Turk boutique in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

“I’ve been labeled by others — often meant as a dig — as someone who is ‘extra,’ so I thought I’d embrace that side of me for this series,” Kacala says.

“Every other week we’ll be featuring different facets of LGBTQ life, from Drag Race trivia to history lessons to queer slang. We want to present these things in a light-hearted, silly way, and yeah, people may label that as ‘so extra.’ There’s plenty we should be taking seriously right now, but I hope to provide people with a reason to laugh and smile, too.”

How many of the Drag Race quotes were you able to get right? Tell us what responses you found the funniest in the comments below and on Facebook.

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