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Desc:Minister has a hard time understanding words
Category:Religious, Educational
Tags:evangelical, florida, vocabulary, conjunction junction
Submitted:THA SUGAH RAIN
Date:05/28/12
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Comment count is 8
Dread Pirate Roberts
Oh, I don't know where to begin criticizing this guy. Just take my stars for that, if nothing else.
HarrietTubmanPI
In all fairness most preachers have to bullshit at least 2-3 hours a week in front of a crowd and bullshit even more in front of individual people. With that much bullshit coming out per year or per a lifetime of preaching, you're bound to muddle things up beyond recognition.

It's hard to be good at bullshit.
Corpus Delectable
It finally gets to a point where everything that comes out of their mouths is muddled up beyond recognition.

And by "finally," I mean after about a month or two into seminary.

Oscar Wildcat
The first Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Aspergers.
positively
"I bet you a six-pack that I could bullshit a solid three minutes of my sermon only using the first word in whatever our scripture is supposed to be this week."
kingarthur
Stars for you.

TeenerTot
Holy crap.
This made me laugh out loud.
That guy
I like how he holds up 3 fingers when he says 'triple', so he doesn't even have to segue into what that word means.
He can just indicate.
Saves so much time for everyone.
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