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Just had Mormons at my door....

moejoejoejoex Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
I ordered a book of Mormon, and two representatives from Canada and San Salvador came to deliver it, how good service is this!
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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2 Likes #1
I ordered the book of moron and 2 loonies came to my door.............
#2
knock knock..........................i'am not answering.
banned#3
Did you invite them in and give them the golden handshake?
1 Like #4
DLM
Did you invite them in and give them the golden handshake?


You spelt it wrong its s-h-o-w-e-r
1 Like #5
Any TCB?
#6
what happens if you want to return the book?
banned 1 Like #7
r4ge
what happens if you want to return the book?

They will post a dead squirrel through your letterbox :(
banned 3 Likes #8
I used to have Mormons coming to my door, but I've changed to Ocado now.
[mod]#9
i first read at as : just had Morrisons at my door oO
banned#10
goonertillidie
i first read at as : just had Morrisons at my door oO


Hence my 'joke' in post 8.
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Can a decapitated body lift itself up and gasp for breath? A story in the Book of Mormon seems to say so. The story is found in the Book of Ether and recounts a sword fight between a Jaredite king named Coriantumr (Ether 12:1) and Shiz, the brother of Lib (Ether 14:17).

As the story goes, Lib was killed in a battle with Coriantumr's army. As a result, Shiz followed Coriantumr in vengeful pursuit, burning cities and killing women and children along the way. Finally the two armies met near the seashore and gave battle for three days. After the third battle, Shiz wounded Coriantumr with "many deep wounds," and he had to be "carried away as though he were dead."

After recovering from his wounds, Coriantumr began to feel bad over the fact that "there had been slain two millions of mighty men, and also their wives and their children." He attempted to make peace with Shiz, but Shiz agreed only if he would be allowed to kill Coriantumr with his own sword. Well, this only infuriated Coriantumr's people, and so the fighting started all over again.

Eventually the armies meet. For several days men, women, and children fight relentlessly until only Coriantumr and Shiz remain. Ether 15:29 states that in the course of the battle, "Shiz had fainted with the loss of blood." Taking advantage of the situation, Coriantumr took his sword and "smote off the head of Shiz." But that isn't the end. Verse 31 reports that "after he had smitten off the head of Shiz, that Shiz raised upon his hands and fell; and after that he had struggled for breath, he died." The question is, how can a man without a head raise himself and also struggle for breath?
[mod]#13
JonnyTwoToes
I used to have Mormons coming to my door, but I've changed to Ocado now.


didnt see that oO

Edited By: goonertillidie on Jan 26, 2011 21:15
1 Like #14
Predikuesi
Can a decapitated body lift itself up and gasp for breath?

Its no crazier than a man rising from the dead several days after his death.
1 Like #15
Aaah, but Mormons believe a very slightly different thing, so it must be false
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Predikuesi
Can a decapitated body lift itself up and gasp for breath? A story in the Book of Mormon seems to say so. The story is found in the Book of Ether and recounts a sword fight between a Jaredite king named Coriantumr (Ether 12:1) and Shiz, the brother of Lib (Ether 14:17).

As the story goes, Lib was killed in a battle with Coriantumr's army. As a result, Shiz followed Coriantumr in vengeful pursuit, burning cities and killing women and children along the way. Finally the two armies met near the seashore and gave battle for three days. After the third battle, Shiz wounded Coriantumr with "many deep wounds," and he had to be "carried away as though he were dead."

After recovering from his wounds, Coriantumr began to feel bad over the fact that "there had been slain two millions of mighty men, and also their wives and their children." He attempted to make peace with Shiz, but Shiz agreed only if he would be allowed to kill Coriantumr with his own sword. Well, this only infuriated Coriantumr's people, and so the fighting started all over again.

Eventually the armies meet. For several days men, women, and children fight relentlessly until only Coriantumr and Shiz remain. Ether 15:29 states that in the course of the battle, "Shiz had fainted with the loss of blood." Taking advantage of the situation, Coriantumr took his sword and "smote off the head of Shiz." But that isn't the end. Verse 31 reports that "after he had smitten off the head of Shiz, that Shiz raised upon his hands and fell; and after that he had struggled for breath, he died." The question is, how can a man without a head raise himself and also struggle for breath?


It was only a flesh wound...

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1 Like #17
Goonieman
Predikuesi
Can a decapitated body lift itself up and gasp for breath?

Its no crazier than a man rising from the dead several days after his death.



Any your comment is because ........................................?
#18
Predikuesi
Can a decapitated body lift itself up and gasp for breath? A story in the Book of Mormon seems to say so. The story is found in the Book of Ether and recounts a sword fight between a Jaredite king named Coriantumr (Ether 12:1) and Shiz, the brother of Lib (Ether 14:17).

As the story goes, Lib was killed in a battle with Coriantumr's army. As a result, Shiz followed Coriantumr in vengeful pursuit, burning cities and killing women and children along the way. Finally the two armies met near the seashore and gave battle for three days. After the third battle, Shiz wounded Coriantumr with "many deep wounds," and he had to be "carried away as though he were dead."

After recovering from his wounds, Coriantumr began to feel bad over the fact that "there had been slain two millions of mighty men, and also their wives and their children." He attempted to make peace with Shiz, but Shiz agreed only if he would be allowed to kill Coriantumr with his own sword. Well, this only infuriated Coriantumr's people, and so the fighting started all over again.

Eventually the armies meet. For several days men, women, and children fight relentlessly until only Coriantumr and Shiz remain. Ether 15:29 states that in the course of the battle, "Shiz had fainted with the loss of blood." Taking advantage of the situation, Coriantumr took his sword and "smote off the head of Shiz." But that isn't the end. Verse 31 reports that "after he had smitten off the head of Shiz, that Shiz raised upon his hands and fell; and after that he had struggled for breath, he died." The question is, how can a man without a head raise himself and also struggle for breath?


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