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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:28 am

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Long convos much?! LoL
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:28 am

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Long convos much?! LoL
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:28 am

gdennis59 wrote:
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TG wrote:
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Long convos much?! LoL
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Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:29 am

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:29 am

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SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
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Isn't this usually what the chatbox is for? What thread is this again? Oh yeah...

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:30 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:30 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:30 am

TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
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Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
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I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:31 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:31 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

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Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
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I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I have to be totally packed by sunday morning. And I have none of it done and I'm going to the movies tomorrow.... Oh well.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:32 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

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Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

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I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I gave up watching Washington Neutral
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:32 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:33 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:33 am

SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I gave up watching Washington Neutral

So far they have less runs than their opponent Sorry


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:33 am

TG wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I have to be totally packed by sunday morning. And I have none of it done and I'm going to the movies tomorrow.... Oh well.

I gave up on quite a bit.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:34 am

SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:34 am

gdennis59 wrote:
TG wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I have to be totally packed by sunday morning. And I have none of it done and I'm going to the movies tomorrow.... Oh well.

I gave up on quite a bit.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:35 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I gave up watching Washington Neutral

So far they have less runs than their opponent Sorry

They just might go 0-162.. for real Nod
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:35 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:36 am

gdennis59 wrote:
TG wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I have to be totally packed by sunday morning. And I have none of it done and I'm going to the movies tomorrow.... Oh well.

I gave up on quite a bit.

Have a beer and tell us all about it

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:36 am

TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
TG wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I have to be totally packed by sunday morning. And I have none of it done and I'm going to the movies tomorrow.... Oh well.

I gave up on quite a bit.
Frown Like what?

MLB 2k9 for the night. Eh, texting, my fingers hurt from that. Trying to go with my girlfriend to her house on Easter Sunday. Just the small things lol
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:36 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:37 am

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catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

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Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:38 am

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Long convos much?! LoL
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I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

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I gave up on quite a bit.
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MLB 2k9 for the night. Eh, texting, my fingers hurt from that. Trying to go with my girlfriend to her house on Easter Sunday. Just the small things lol

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:38 am

catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Would he have to give the donation back?

I wouldn't but I'd imagine he would feel obligated to.

That's what I figured.

They say those things are free but you always have to give them money.

I think the free funeral for my grandma cost $200. We got our money's worth - he read the whole new testament.

LMAO !! Not that she died...
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:39 am

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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:39 am

catbox_9 wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
TG wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
TG wrote:
gdennis59 wrote:
Long convos much?! LoL
Nod

Us? whistle

Wave

Noooooo not you guys. LoL.

Wave

Whats up other than the whole mega long conversation?
"'
I gave up on packing....

I gave up doing my homework for tomorrow...

I have to be totally packed by sunday morning. And I have none of it done and I'm going to the movies tomorrow.... Oh well.

I gave up on quite a bit.
Frown Like what?

MLB 2k9 for the night. Eh, texting, my fingers hurt from that. Trying to go with my girlfriend to her house on Easter Sunday. Just the small things lol

Just the two of you run away together. You'll both be happier

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Lol. Thanks for the advice? I guess?
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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:39 am

bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

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What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:39 am

Well, I got to go to bed now. Got class early tomorrow. Ugh....

B. Seay ya!


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PostSubject: Re: Church Etiquette and other random stuff   Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:40 am

catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
bobrob2004 wrote:
catbox_9 wrote:
SoulRat wrote:
LMAO You owe me Drunk

You can't even clap if they are really really good? That seems not nice No

I guess not.

I'd imagine you can't boo if they're bad.

If I had to guess you're better off clapping than booing if you have to do one.

-------

Bobrob says you can clap after a wedding. Can you boo?

Also, when the leader asks if anyone objects can you actually object?

Yeah, you can boo, but why would you be attending if you didn't want to see them get married? And obviously, you can object.

Yeah, but is this typical? I mean if you were to object wouldn't that catch everyone off guard?

No it's usually not typical.

Now I want to try it :haha:

I need to attend some random wedding.

I wonder what the preacher would say? I mean if I went to a stranger's wedding and said something like "I saw the groom last night at a strip club and he took a stripper home" what would happen?

After the bride-to-be slaps him, he'll deny everything and eventually have escorted out of there.

What if you happened to be right and he said "it's true!"

Or what if before he denies it the bride-to-be says "you, too?"

No marriage for him. No

So the preacher would just go "Censored you guys, I'm out of here" and be gone?

Pretty much. He'd ask if he should continue and if either (or both) say no, the wedding is over and everyone leaves.

Got it!

-------
What if instead of the stripper thing some woman stood up and said "he's my husband" and the groom said it's true. There'd be no need to ask there since the wedding wouldn't be valid anyways, right?

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