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when they visited her today?Instead of saying 'oh I'm afraid I don't like that!' as he walked in the door. With a look on her face as if DS#2 had offered her a fresh dog turd. She is a born-again Christian and lost her sense of tolerance and humour at the same time she found Jesus He was so chuffed with it he has been wearing it since yesterday morning. Thankfully he couldn't give a stuff but even so...ANd DH had taken the DC over there so he could fix her bloody shed roof too. Talk about ungrateful <tsk> Good thing she didn't see the upside-down crucifix and the trussed up chicken ready for the Black Mass in the boot of the car....
YES, SHE SHOULD HAVE PRETENDED SHE LIKED IT, SAID "OOOH YOU'RE SCARY" OR SOMETHING, OR SAID, "WHERE'S X I CAN'T SEE HIM HAVE YOU SEEN HIM DRACULA?"AND I DON'T DO HALLOWEEN AND AM A CHRISTIAN, AT LEAST HE WAS NOT BOTHERED BY HER HURTFUL REMARK(whoops capslock again)
I thought that you felt very strongly!
LMAO @ "lost her sense of tolerance and humour at the same time she found Jesus"I have yo say though, DH's sister & BIL are Christians & they'd never be like that - good job too as DS is dracula this year too!!
As a Christian then peedoff, can you explain why a childs costume could upset you? Unless you beleive in the existence of vampires. Which I am sure she doesn't.
Sorry peedoff, didn't mean to pick on you or assume that you would object, but I don't understand.
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