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#132 - drunkasaurus
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(05/22/2012) [-]
I knew a Mormon girl and her parents were some of the nicest people I've ever met. They also had a really good sense of humor. It was weird though because she couldn't drink soda or coffee. But then **** got real weird when her brother got a tattoo of a pot leaf and their parents thought he got the tattoo as a joke so it was okay. They knew it was a real tattoo, but they just though it was all really hilarious, and never suspected he did drugs until he overdosed at school a months later. I never saw the family again after that but they were kind of awesome. I think Mormon is a pretty cool guy because of them.
#156 to #132 - Bellavonte **User deleted account**
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#133 to #132 - jimthehellhog
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(05/22/2012) [-]
magic underwear
i don't think i have to go into anymore detail than that
#138 to #133 - udontgnome
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(05/22/2012) [-]
C'mon brony, to us it's a sacred piece of clothing. Catholic priests wear robes, some Protestant ministers wear the white collar thingy, Jewish men wear the kippah, many Christians wear the cross, and countless other religions have clothing they consider sacred. Haters gonna hate, Mormons gonna morm.
#140 to #138 - jimthehellhog
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(05/22/2012) [-]
supposedly it protects againy fire and knives
it's not the idea of an article of clothing it is the idea of magic i oppose
#150 to #140 - anon
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(05/22/2012) [-]
Where might you have heard that interesting bit of information?
#153 to #150 - jimthehellhog
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(05/22/2012) [-]
look it up is actually a mildly well held belief of among certain mormans
some of them believe that the garments are magical
and protect them from bodily injury
#143 to #140 - udontgnome
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(05/22/2012) [-]
magic lol? I guess your talking about the stories about how some members had miraculous protection against injury or such, but honestly if that's how they worked I'd make a super suit out of my garments and go save people, but unfortunately they don't :( now we believe they protect (according to the faith of the individual) us against evil, just as how most Christians believe the cross affords like protection. As for the stories of miraculous protection against physical harm, well, that's up to the Almighty Himself.
#146 to #143 - jimthehellhog
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(05/22/2012) [-]
personally i find that to be insane (not your beliefs) but the idea of an item granting some ability of protection it just doesn't make sense to me
#148 to #146 - udontgnome
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(05/22/2012) [-]
haha I can understand that, I don't expect anyone to accept my beliefs just because my church proselytes like crazy. And thanks for the mutual respect man, and no offense taken lol!