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    • ophelia

      Posted

      3 hours ago, Howl said:

      Coffee.  It seems to be a "thing" in mid-size to mega churches.  Which also brings to mind "Coffee with Jesus."  

      I have to admit that I listen to a spotify playlist "Coffee and Jesus" on a regular basis! 

      3 hours ago, luv2laugh said:

      I believe it is a mix of the two. The Mormons have a cultural problem of shaming people for drinking coffee because they’re not obeying the Word of Wisdom. I am not LDS/Mormon/Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint but the ones that I know are very upfront about not drinking coffee and will go as far as refusing to meet in a Starbucks & ask to go across the street to Panera Bread to “avoid the appearance of evil” associated with coffee. The mommy blogging community has always been heavily dominated by Latter Day Saints. Many of the trendiest Instagram photos today are by Mormons (e.g. Freckled Fox) and they would never be caught dead having people think they’ve had even a taste of coffee. Who would think something like coffee could divide women? It’s a big deal for both Evangelical mommy bloggers as well as the LDS but for the opposite reason.

      Mormons seem to have a huge problem with coffee??? I never heard of that before. Is that a law stated in the book of Mormon? 

    • coffeebean7

      Posted

      Crock pot lasagna with mushrooms and cottage cheese? 🤢 Those shouldn’t be options. I’m the worst cook and can at least recognize that much.

      I'm also not understanding the point of multiple videos documenting her movie night. She seems lonely. 

      Her boys are nearly the exact same ages of mine (each within days ) but are already more polite 😀 Clearly I am doing something wrong...

    • Spanger

      Posted (edited)

      OK folks, I found this here picture of Bro Gary’s actual thanksgiving dinner right here:

      https://mashable.com/2014/11/15/hot-dog-turkey/#ghcN3k3p7sqk

       

      661E01FC-8D72-4C9E-9D29-F5991ABFF01D.png

      Edited by Spanger
      Added screen shot so y’all don’t have to click the link to see it.
      • Haha 3
    • Granwych

      Posted

      9 hours ago, Alisamer said:

      Maybe he let it run out of fuel (again) and somebody pointed that out to him? Victory!

      Well, Bro has to start somewhere!  Maybe now he knows what the gas gauge is for,

      7 hours ago, Dandruff said:

      Is there a Plexus IQ formula?  I can think of a couple who could use some help.

      Wonder what they'll be having for Thanksgiving.  Turkey with ween gravy?  Ween with turkey gravy?  Ween stuffing, ween pie, green ween casserole?

      The Hawkins crew will be having turweenie!  With biscuit stuffing, and pink gravy of course!

      Excuse me while I projectile vomit at the thought of such a desecration of a wonderful bird...

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    • Daisy0322

      Posted

      20 minutes ago, nastyhobbitses said:

      They get filtered/tracked pretty much from day one too. I took gymnastics starting I think in kindergarten, and almost immediately I was put in the "never gonna make it" group, while other girls were very clearly put in the "will actually compete in this sport/actually worth teaching" group. I liked doing gymnastics itself, but I think that I knew very early on that the instructors thought I was chubby and awkward and not really worth instructing because I wasn't naturally talented enough. So I ended up giving it up after a while.

      My son is in gymnastics at 15 months (mainly for the fun of it but also because he was a late walker and just very cautious) they ALREADY in the toddler class are looking at the kids and judging thier abilities. Like the teacher told me my son was coordinated and was athletic but we needed to work on how nervous he is or "he will never compete". I was floored. I kinda just smiled and walked away but seriously some parents in there are legit yelling at thier 2 year old about not trying hard enough and they are critical of every little move they make, making them do each station 5,6,7 times!

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