Everyone who calls themselves "wolf-something" or "something-wolf" almost inevitably turns out to be an irredeemable shitneck.
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What's got your panties in a bunch?
That people expect me to not wear panties. I'm a dude, it's considered unsightly. So this "normalcy" character won't let me bunch up my panties. It's an all-around unpleasant experience. But then if I were allowed to wear panties, I'd be satisfied and there would be no need for bunching.
It's like a catch-22 for women's underthings, if you catch my drifty-drafty boxers. But that's for another, more private discussion.
I would definitely go to a church where they charged for drinks, assuming the drink is substantially larger than the thimble they insist on serving the blood of Christ in.
While I understand the hilarity, what exactly is the (hypothetical) goal here?
1. Set up a Discordian Church in Alabama
2. Receive criminals for 1h per week on a sunday
I just cant get over the idea that anyone would be converted at a Christian Rap concert.I'm sure plenty of people have been converted at Christian rap concerts, though mostly in the opposite of the intended direction of conversion.
This is awesome
http://www2.wkrg.com/news/2011/sep/22/serve-time-jailor-church-ar-2450720/QuoteBAY MINETTE, Alabama --
Non-violent offenders in Bay Minette now have a choice some would call simple: do time behind bars or work off the sentence in church.
Operation Restore Our Community or "ROC"...begins next week. The city judge will either let misdemenor offenders work off their sentences in jail and pay a fine or go to church every Sunday for a year.
If offenders elect church, they're allowed to pick the place of worship, but must check in weekly with the pastor and the police department. If the one-year church attendance program is completed successfully, the offender's case will be dismissed.
The program is constitutional, because the offenders aren't forced to go to church, and they choose the church. They have a choice between going to jail, paying a fine, and having a criminal record, or remaining free except for one hour every Sunday and having no criminal record.
needs to open a combination church/sports bar in Bay Minette with video poker machines and a two-drink minimum during the Sunday service, which consists of watching football on big screen TVs.
Oh dear god....
I just watched Jesus Lean. I've come to the following conclusions:
White people aren't allowed to rap.
People in general are not allowed to rap about Jesus.
White people really are incapable of dancing.
Christians appear to have a tendency toward higher BMIs.
Christians in Christian rap videos are either under 15 or over 65. Unless your the Sheriff.
I'm going to watch teh other two, aren't I?
Yep. For SCIENCE!
LOL, no actual Christian message in those songs at all. He's just promoting Christianity as a brand. The choice between Christianity and other religions is the same as the choice between Ford and Chevrolet, Coke and Pepsi, or Nike and Reebok.QuoteNew Heights Middle School in Jefferson, South Carolina, featured the rapper during an assembly that took place earlier this month. B-SHOC's catalog of songs includes titles such as "Jesus Lean'," "Crazy Bout God," and "Christ-Like Cruisin."
I IS TEABAGGER NAO. MY POWERZ OF DOUCHEBAGGERY REIGN ALL YALL. BOW DOWN BEFORE ME AND KNOW MY LEET BAGGIN' HACKIN' SKEELZ.
Do you KNOW I almost did this when they picketed my kid's school last week?