Comments: Bible Study Etiquette

Oh, Christianity. At least I acknowledge my cuffs are the work of the Beastmaster. The Beastmaster being, unfortunately and apparently, ME.

I'm proud of you, Key, for your sense of timeliness, and decorum. And I hope tonight's study was Matthew.

posted by Velociman on November 21, 2004 11:05 PM

John 5, actually.

(Hey, at least I paid attention...)

posted by Key on November 21, 2004 11:14 PM

That story is way too funny, Key!

posted by zonker on November 22, 2004 12:29 PM

How do you know so much about handcuffs? Emergency release levers?


posted by Sam on November 22, 2004 12:37 PM

Nothing wrong with games husband and wife play. If they want to cuff each other occasionally, I can't see any reason God would disapprove.

Of course, they probably shouldn't have left them on the mantle. :/

posted by Michael on November 22, 2004 12:47 PM

I THOUGHT I was kidding. When she didn't immediately say, "Oh, those are my son's..." I thought OH SHIT!

Of course, I may have punctured the boil so to speak, in that had nothing been said and she realized their conspicuous location after the house had been vacated, would she not have been equally -if not more- mortified?

Perhaps, on that note, I can forgive myself.

posted by Key on November 22, 2004 02:18 PM

I love how a well turned phrase can bring someone to their.. er... knees. What were the dadgum things doing on the mantle, anyway? They clearly belong in the kitchen. ;)

posted by pam on November 22, 2004 06:23 PM

Punctured the boil?!? Was Job there?

posted by Velociman on November 22, 2004 06:54 PM

I don't think the story is that funny. Everyone has their privacy. I think it was very rude of you to make any comments.

posted by crystal on December 8, 2004 08:18 AM
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