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Pew! k someone needs to do me now.
Pew! Who wants my kool-aid?
Had she been claiming that she was a priestess of the almighty pink unicorn, and it had told her the dress was sprinkled with bad fairy dust, she'd have been put in a rubber cell immediately.Instead she proclaimed that she was a minister, and the dress was cursed by witchcraft, and she just get to pay for the dress (but not the even more irreplaceable wedding video).I fail to see the difference in the two claims, why should "established" religion receive any leniency?
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The dress wasn't cursed by witchcraft, "it had witchcraft on it", and you know that stuff doesn't come off in dry cleaning.
Pew! I never tried that. Might be a good opportunity now.
*lol* Crazy ass minister pawned! That's awesome!
In my part of the (northern) world in the 50s and 60s when I grew up, there were lots of religious people about, but I swear this kind of goofy stuff would have drawn a laugh even from us kids.Can anybody here from the riper parts of the South tell me if this kind of thing has always been common, or is this dumbing down we all hear about taking hold?