sherrymeneley

sherrymeneley

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468 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Shameless Saturday! · 0 replies · +1 points

Just because you said your abs are "softer than a pillow made from Care Bear farts" made me think - yup he's funny, gonna check out that blog!

468 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Shameless Saturday! · 0 replies · +1 points

Hurray for Shamless Saturday.

Soiled Wings http://soiledwings.com

It's a transparent, funny, edgy, snarky look at one person working out their faith and seeking answers about life

471 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Trying to explain to m... · 2 replies · +1 points

Oh shoot - I was first when I started typing - oh well.

471 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Trying to explain to m... · 5 replies · +2 points

Oh yay I'm first for the Mrs Acuff! Etsy.com love it.

I love Beth Moore's wild (yet true) stories - that typically gut me and stay with me. I still recall the story of combing the old man's air in the airport...it pops into my head over and over again. That story is the "Best of Beth".

471 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - What if Seinfeld was a... · 0 replies · +1 points

Recuts - rich! Nearly as good as the f*@#-en good yogurt.

473 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - They wouldn't do this ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Toilet paper holder - that's all I can see - it's like the optical illusion of the rabbit/duck, and only being able to see one of the two. I only see a toilet paper holder and can’t think of anything else no matter how hard I try. sorry.

473 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - I was "flat pissed." · 2 replies · +1 points

Awesome, awesome, awesome. I don't mean to be redundant, but that is awesome. And that type of response is exactly why we need more Christian satire!

"The best satire does not seek to do harm or damage by its ridicule, unless we speak of damage to the structure of vice, but rather it seeks to create a shock of recognition and to make vice repulsive so that the vice will be expunged from the person or society under attack or from the person or society intended to benefit by the attack (regardless of who is the immediate object of attack); whenever possible this shock of recognition is to be conveyed through laughter or wit: the formula for satire is one of honey and medicine. Far from being simply destructive, satire is implicitly constructive, and the satirists themselves, whom I trust concerning such matters, often depict themselves as such constructive critics." ~ Robert Harris

474 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Twudging. · 0 replies · +1 points

Been lucky enough to not get twudged. But I do gte hate email. Love it (not).

474 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - Wondering how youthtas... · 0 replies · +1 points

Any youth pastor that had to put #15 in their list is...probably not going to tell you - because it's just straight up wrong. And I love how our Youth Pastor is always telling people how HOTT his wife is, even in big church. I am adding these additional points, all of which our Youth Pastors have scored

115. Has been allowed to give a message in big church +2, when the senior pastor is in town +5, senior pastor listens to message +4, used a rope to swing out from the stage into the audience +5
116. Called the senior pastor "Babe" in big church +150
117. Lit his hand on fire for a demonstration +13, was actually hurt in the process -12

475 weeks ago @ Stuff Christians Like ... - When we miss the golde... · 0 replies · +1 points

Right, three days later I get to posting a comment (because I just read this after a hiatus of blog reading). And this post fit like a comfy sweatshirt. Thank you. Serious Wednesdays = good.