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Sims in Cult: Grifting Ministries

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Blessed be the Leghumpers: Part 2 (Hsus)

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This is the new house of our darling power couple. You thought they would live in forest like Ranfords? Lol, no. 
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Lyndsay believes that gardening and cooking from scratch makes her better than others more feminine. 

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As church now belongs to Hsus, they must visit it every day.

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Lyndsay tried to fix what Jihoon screwed up. Jihoon doesn't mind that his wife is now responsible for business - after all she is still submitting to him, right?
Right?
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While Lyndsay worked, Jihoon run into his long-time friend from townie days, Ryan Wheeler. Ryan is quite fundie already and dreams about starting a Christian music band. 
"You want to join?"
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"No, having job would make it harder for me to witness to lost souls. We and Lyndsay, we trust God when it comes to our finances."

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Jihoon wasn't joking - Hsus indeed take soulwinning (and associated moneywinning) very seriously. 

During their first days of marriage, they started several ministries dedicated to just that:

"Talking with strangers on streets" ministry that soon resulted with some very generous gifts, such as a large tv, a computer, and 10% discount for furniture. 

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(No worries, kilts are allowed for men.)

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"Inviting people over for dinner" ministry that allows Hsus to build better relationships with sims they are already friends with. So one day they can ask the Big Question (the "do you want to give me all your money and move in my house to serve as my personal unpaid maid?" one).

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"Journey to the Heart for Young Men" - when Jihoon invites over his buddies, and they do Manly Things. 

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"Journey to the Heart for Young Women" - when Lyndsay invites over her ladies, and they spend an evening convincing her old friend from townie days to change her wardrobe.

"Honey, you need something more modest, more feminine... Something that compliments your delicate nature and your Christian role models."

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"Much better."

Camryn Lee wasn't so sure. She was used to her old style. 

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And, yes, as you probably noticed, they adopted a dog - a very friendly Labrador named Lulu. She likes walks and playing fetch, but hates dog food and only eats sims' leftovers or flowers. 

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After selling gifts townies gave them, Hsus were able to build bathrooms for church. 
Two separate gender specific bathrooms, of course. One would have been cheaper, but... you know. 

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All this hard work ultimately had fruits. During one of JTTH for Young Women meetings, Camryn finally had an epiphany – she must give all her money to these people, move in with them to spend her life serving Lyndsay Zachary Lord!!!1!!1

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So she did. I don't know, what makes her so excited about sleeping in a tent, but it's her life.

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Another news: the pregnancy test didn’t lie! Lyndsay is expecting for sure!

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mango_fandango

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“Makes her better than others  more feminine” DYING :pb_lol::pb_lol: this is so accurate and applies to so many of our fundie women 

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    • princessmahina

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      3 hours ago, FluffySnowball said:

      Considering she showed the receipt, I don’t think she got them for free. If she did, she certainly went to great lengths attempting to pretend she paid for them herself. 

      Another thought: If she intends to become pregnant again, it makes sense to keep buying maternity clothes. However, if this is supposed to be her last baby, buying multiple dresses at 8 or 9 months pregnant seems wasteful. 

       

      Wait, did she say this?? I must have missed it. I was under the impression that she was still intending to be quiverfull. 

    • SuperNova

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    • thoughtful

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      In keeping with the discussion in the JRod thread, I did find something else to like about this film -- the wood boxes in the first scene:

       

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      and the pottery in a scene near the end (not my exact style, but nice):

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      And this:

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      In which Doug admires the fact that Kelly's hair went from jet black with the dye the Lenape had put on it for 10 years, to gleaming blonde (and a whole other texture!) in only one bath. Oddly, her roots are still somewhat darker.

      The Lord works in mysterious ways.

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      I like the spelling "wiennie." Makes them sound more elegant somehow, like something from Old Vienna, to be enjoyed with a fine wine.

    • danvillebelle

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      2 hours ago, SassyPants said:

      Jesus Hall Pass,

      There's a t-shirt idea in there.  "Jesus is my hall pass" :pb_lol:

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