Things Lazy Catholics Do

By | September 6, 2019


Little Joe: You know Mom wanted us to say grace.. Little Renée: Ohhh, right okay! *together*
GRACE!!!! *Mom from in the kitchen*
I heard that! Do it properly! Little Joe: Dang it! Friend: Hey, so I hear that you’re Catholic? Renée: That’s right! Friend: Well, I have some questions about the
Eucharist. Do you think you could help me out with that? Renée: Oh, no problem! Renée: Here you are.
Friend: Oh! Thanks. Friend: Also, I have some questions about Mary, and what you guys believe on…
Renée: Oh, uh-huh, uh-huh… Friend: Oh, wow! Also I have some questions, but– How did you know?! Renée: I know. *super smirky* Friend: Okay..? Oh, by the way: MY HAT! Little Renée: I was reading in First Philippines– Little Joe: Renée! It’s not called, “Phil-li-PEENS,”
it’s called “Phil-LIP-PEE-ANS!” Little Renée: No, it’s not! David: Hey, kids! Ready to pray the evening rosary? Little Renée: Um, *stutters* We were thinking we’d pray Divine Mercy Chaplet. Little Joe: Yeah, we like that one better! Little Renée: We like that one better! David: Okay! I mean, we were just gonna pray
ONE decade of the rosary tonight, but I guess we can do that instead. Little Renée: We change our minds. We’ll pray that. Renée: Oh, I forgot to say my daily rosary today… Oh, I can just say it before bed. Renée: Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee Blessed…art thou..among…
Zzz… *snores* Renée: Yes! Hah… Joe: *triumphantly* Ha, ha, ha… Renée: Aww… Joe: Oh, by the way, wasn’t Father’s homily great today? Renée: What are you talking about? He just
basically gave me a money plug… Joe: Yeah, but it was ONLY five minutes long! Renée: Joe, good homilies are about the Gospel! Joe: Ehh..! *snoring* Joe: David, come on! We gotta go to mass! David: *sleepily* It counts as long as we get there before the Gospel reading… *frustrated* Ughh! Joe: *idea* Wait! Hey, Mom! You have a bucket of
ice water I could borrow? David: Okay, okay! I’ll go, I’ll go! Renée: And I’d like to ask for the
special intercession of Saint Padre Pio, St. Catherine of Sienna, um, St. Joan of Arc, St. Theresa of Avila, St. Thérèse of Lisieux… and… uh, all the other saints and angels that I cannot remember right now. Uh, amen! *out of breath* Renée: You’re late! David: Well, at least I dry my hair!

100 thoughts on “Things Lazy Catholics Do

  1. Aphelele Ndzimande Post author

    Divine Mercy Rosary 😂😂😂😂🙈🙈🙈

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  2. Sando Raouf Post author

    Praying to Mary is worng!!! While some of the prayer of the rosary is scriptural, the whole second half of the “Hail Mary” and portions of the “Hail, Holy Queen” are blatantly unbiblical. While the first part of the Hail Mary is almost a direct quotation from Luke 1:28, there is no scriptural basis for (1) praying to Mary, (2) addressing her as “holy,” or (3) calling her “our life” and “our hope.”

    Praying the rosary involves giving attributes to Mary that the Bible never gives her. To call Mary “holy”—the Catholic Church teaches that Mary never sinned or had any taint of original sin—is not biblical. The Bible calls all believers “saints,” which can be interpreted as “holy ones,” but Scripture says that the righteousness believers have is the imparted righteousness from Christ (2 Corinthians 5:21). In this life, no one is yet sanctified from sin in practice (1 John 1:9—2:1). Jesus is called our Savior repeatedly in Scripture because He saved us from our sin. In Luke 1:47, Mary calls God her “Savior.” Savior from what? A sinless person does not need a Savior. Sinners need a Savior. Mary acknowledged that God was her Savior. Therefore, Mary acknowledged that she was a sinner.

    Jesus came to save us from our sins (Matthew 1:21). The Roman Catholic Church claims that Mary was saved from sin differently from everyone else—that she was saved from sin through the immaculate conception (her being conceived free of sin). But is this teaching scriptural? The Roman Catholic Church openly admits that this doctrine is not found in Scripture. When a young man addressed Jesus as “good Master” (Matthew 19:16–17), Jesus asked why he called Him “good” since there is none good but one, God. Jesus was trying to make the young man aware that he was using the term good too loosely. In praying the rosary, Catholics use the term holy too loosely. No one, including Mary, is holy but God. This ties in with Romans 3:10–23, Romans 5:12, and countless other passages that stress the fact that in God’s eyes no one measures up. Never is Mary excluded from such all-encompassing statements.

    But praying the rosary has an even more basic problem, namely, that much of the prayer directed to Mary, not to God. We are never told in the Bible whether anyone else in heaven can even hear us. God alone is all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-present. When Jesus taught His disciples to pray, He taught them to address their prayers to God the Father. Every example of prayer in the Bible is addressed to God alone. There is never a single example of someone praying to any “saint” or angel or anyone else (besides prayers to false gods). Further, any time that a pious person prostrates himself (in a religious setting) to honor someone else besides God (chiefly to the apostles or angels), he is told to get up, to stop it (Acts 10:25–26; 14:13–16; Matthew 4:10; Revelation 19:10; 22:8–9). The Roman Catholic Church states that it worships God alone but “venerates” Mary and the saints. What is the difference? A person praying the rosary spends more time calling out to Mary than to God. For every one praise of God in the rosary, there are ten praises of Mary!

    Praying the rosary also assigns a task to Mary that the Bible never assigns her. Jesus is our Redeemer (Galatians 3:13; 4:4–5; Titus 2:14; 1 Peter 1:18–19; Revelation 5:9), our heavenly Advocate (1 John 2:1), and our one and only Mediator (1 Timothy 2:5). The “Hail, Holy Queen” portion of the rosary prayer calls Mary our “most gracious advocate.” This is a direct contradiction of the clear biblical teaching that only Jesus is our go-between.

    Praying the rosary requires Catholics to call upon Mary as the “holy Queen.” The only time in Scripture that the title “Queen of Heaven” is found, the term is used in a negative way (Jeremiah 7:17–19; 44:16–27). The Bible never pictures Mary as a queen; rather, she calls herself “the Lord’s servant” (Luke 1:38). She is never given a crown or authority over heaven and earth. Likewise, is it appropriate, while praying the rosary, to call Mary our “life” and “hope”? Again, these are terms that are used of God alone in Scripture (John 1:1–14; Colossians 3:4; 1 Timothy 1:1; Ephesians 2:12; Titus 2:13).

    The practice of saying the rosary runs contrary to Scripture in a number of ways. Only God can hear our prayers. Only God can answer our prayers. We have one intermediary (Jesus), and it is in His name we pray, not Mary’s.

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  3. Nel Valencia Post author

    8 out of 10 Roman Catholics do not read the Bible

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  4. Owen Aringo Post author

    the Rosary while in bed. It's exactly me

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  5. Mart Jack Anderson Post author

    Funny you are just making Catholic damn. I hate this video 🙁

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  6. New Catholic Generation Post author

    Subtitles are now available for everyone to enjoy!

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  7. Anastasia Cooper Post author

    haha, this is brilliant, I hope you are going to make a part 2 someday 😀

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  8. Cathy C Post author

    LOL the rosary part is SO me, I always fall asleep 😂

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  9. Faisal Post author

    so this whole channel is a channel based off making us look bad…

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  10. Randolph Crane Post author

    I know the struggle of trying to remember all the Saints I ask special intercession from… those are probably over 20 😀

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  11. o0OHermioneO0o Post author

    I'm relatively okay with people coming late to mass, but I am allergic to people, who then strut down the aisle (mostly so everyone knows that this Sunday they are in fact at church). #facepalm

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  12. o0OHermioneO0o Post author

    I've never heard of regular people (i.e. laity) doing a daily rosary. I come from a traditional Catholic family, in a traditionally Catholic region, but no one does that. We only do rosaries at Christmas, New Years Eve, All Saints, Easter and when you happen to be early for mass.

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  13. CupcakesTakeLove CAKE Post author

    This was kinda rude and offensive f!*k u guys who made this

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  14. Acinonyx Jubatus Post author

    OK, honestly, I'm guilty of falling asleep during the rosary. Whoops.

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  15. amanda ! Post author

    My mom: "Ok lets say Grace"
    Me "GRACE"

    I can really relate to this, every single night at dinner

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  16. No Greater Love Post author

    Not trying to hate but why do you pray or worship Mary? She doesn't heal you, she doesn't answer you, and even the Bible say you shouldn't have any other God's before him. And Catholic Churchs also have a symbol of Mary, you shouldn't worship a image of Mary. Get right with God and his son Jesus Christ

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  17. Just.Observer Post author

    If not the Catholic Church you would still behave like an animals!

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  18. cabwaldo Post author

    This has to be my favorite video on YouTube. Especially 00:35.

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  19. Jessnut Peanut Post author

    I always say a long prayer before bed but most times I end up falling asleep before I can finish. Glad to know that I’m not the only one who falls asleep praying XD

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  20. nicolas ocampo Post author

    love the hat…reminds me of another Catholic, good 'ol Frank Sinatra!

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  21. Audrey Digiovanna Post author

    That's totally me with the rosary I like to separate it out and do one decade at a time and I save one before bed and I've totally fell asleep well doing it Afew times

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  22. Dan Shetler Post author

    Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image

    I guess the Catholics took out this commandment because it was hurting sales at the gift shop

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  23. Christopher Goodman Post author

    I have prayed Chaplet of Divine Mercy instead of the Rosary a few times. And fallen asleep praying the Rosary. It wrecked my rosary…

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  24. Масло Масляное Post author

    I feel so nostalgic. I used to be a catholic for about 2 years, much longer than in other confessions.

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  25. Chronicle Arts Productions Post author

    What's the title of the background music used in this video?

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  26. Lithia's SpaceBubble Post author

    So I was raised and a very strict protestant household. However when I was young my mother was a part of the Catholic Church, and being young I just went to church and did what my mom wanted.
    Now as of 2 years ago, my mom and dad have had this 'great awaking' and they oppose the Catholic Church completely. I however LOVE the Church. I like they way it's set up, the formality of it. I don't know, I guess I just don't really know. I do however know I want to join the Church, but I obviously can't until I turn 18 and leave thee house.
    I don't know, I guess I'm asking for some pointers or help to try and live a low key Catholic life…

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  27. Dunaiii Post author

    Ha, ha,ha, so true. I didn't even realize how it looks like from someone else"s perspective…

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  28. Marian Cabigon Post author

    relate much (last part)..I don't dry my hair especially if I am running late for church…

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  29. Riatsu Sean Schniry Post author

    Ahahaha…
    I do fell asleep praying the rosary

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  30. seng cheenh Post author

    CATHOLIC DOCTRINES ARE IN THE BIBLE

    Catholics are always intimidated into believing that we do things contrary to the Bible just because we are ignorant of what we do, the following will help you locate WHERE what we do in the Bible.

    1) PRAYING FOR THE DEAD

    2 Mac. 12:38-45

    Wisdom 3:1

    Tobit 4:17

    2) USE OF IMAGES AND SACRAMENTS (these reminds us of what they stand for)

    2 kings 3:20-21

    Num. 21:8-9

    Ex 25:17-22

    Col 1:20, 2:14

    John 12:32

    Acts 19:11-12

    3) AUTHENTICITY OF CATHOLIC TRADITION AS A SOURCE OF REVEALED TRUTH

    2 Thes 2:15

    2 cor 10:10-11

    John 21:25

    2 John 1:12

    3 John 1:13

    4) THE SHIFT OF SUNDAY INSTEAD OF SATURDAY (SABBATH)

    Rev 1:10

    Acts 20:7

    1 cor 16:1-2

    John 20:1-22

    5) THE POPE'S AUTHORITY AS THE SUCCESSOR OF ST. PETER

    John 21:15-17

    Matt 16: 18-19

    Acts 2:1-14

    6) THE REFERENCE OF CATHOLIC PRIESTS AS 'FATHER' WHEN THERE IS ONLY ONE FATHER IN HEAVEN

    Gen 17:4

    Jer 7:7

    Num 12:14

    Jn. 6:49

    Mtt. 23:30

    Lk. 1:73

    7) IS THE BIBLE IN SUPPORT OF THE HIERARCHY IN THE CHURCH? YES

    Eph 4:11-13

    1 Tim 5:17-25

    1 Tim 3:1-7, 8-13

    8) IS PURGATORY REAL? YES! WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT IT?

    Is 35:8, 52:1

    Zech 13:1-2

    1 cor 3:15

    Lk. 12:47-48, 58-59

    Rev. 21:27

    Heb 12:22-23

    Job 14:13-17

    9) ABOUT INCENSE

    Ex 30:33-37

    Num 16:6-7

    Lev. 16:12-13

    Lk.1:10

    Rev. 8:32

    10) THE ROSARY IS A PRAYER IN HONOR OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

    Lk. 1:28,

    Lk. 1:42

    11) IS HOLY WATER THE WILL OF GOD TO BE USED?

    2 kings 2:19-22

    John 5:1-18

    John 7:37

    12) WHY DO WE ASK THE SAINTS TO PRAY FOR US?

    Prov. 15:8, 15:29

    Job 42:8

    James 5:16

    Mtt 16:19

    13) WHY DO WE USE MEDALS, CRUCIFIXES AND SCAPULARS AND BONE OF SAINTS?

    (these help to remind us of what they stand for)

    2 kings 13:20-21

    14) WHY MUST WE CONFESS OUR SINS TO ANYBODY OTHER THAN GOD. 

    Mtt 16:19, 1-20

    15) IS INFANT BAPTISM IN THE BIBLE?

    Acts 16:15 33

    Acts 18:8

    Mtt 28:19

    Acts 10:47-48

    Please help Rekindle our faith by sharing with a fellow Catholics today… let's build up our faith. 

    BE PROUD TO BE A CATHOLIC..!! ➕😇👍

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  31. mamamialove Post author

    Hi guys, its been a while. Cute skits. Keep up the good work in your truth in humor.

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  32. Philomena Swope Post author

    that part with the Chaplet/ decade of the Rosary preference was so relatable. especially from when I was younger.

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  33. Anita Carvalho Post author

    I am so grateful for you subtitle your videos, i'm not so good in english and this help me.

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  34. Brandon123456magine Post author

    Philippines really that is my country.

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  35. Marci HF Post author

    I just ask the intercession of all the saints and my guardian angel….that way I don't leave anyone out. LOL

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  36. eolhc Post author

    skips church straight for a month , sleeps during mass, I don't even pray before eating …LMAO

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  37. Italian Pseudo intellectual Post author

    Yassss the divine mercy rosary…. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  38. Jay Vinson Dahay Post author

    Hilarious because it's true 😂 I sometimes arrive at the Mass before the Gospel Reading (when I'm not in serving)

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  39. Catholic Truth Post author

    This is great! haha. Good job guys. 😀

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  40. E. C. Sherman Post author

    I remember waking up with a rosary in my hands and thinking, "Crap. Not again."

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  41. kaitlynn pearson Post author

    your channel is super helpful! i’m a writer and i’m doing research on catholic religion to write about a character who goes to a catholic girls school, i’m not religious at all, so i enjoy this although i don’t get the references

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  42. NarodowoPaństwowy Post author

    praying the rosary before bed is something i do

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  43. Guillermo Salgado Post author

    Hello Guys, I’m a Spanish speaker but this channel it’s fantastic! God bless you and keep doing this!!!

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  44. Lisa Dixon Post author

    I'm the girl who shows up to mass with wet hair, but I pull it up!!! I also just hate drying it in general. Not bc I'm late.

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  45. nerdwriterfighter Post author

    I am catholic and I know of NO ONE who says the rosary every day

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  46. Richard Platt Post author

    Why is the Catholic church so rich ($200 billion + as of 2018) when Jesus asked his followers to give their wealth away?

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  47. Hunter Mikell Post author

    “Hey kids, ready to pray the evening rosary?”
    “Uhhhh……We were thinking we’d pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet tonight……… we like that one better.”

    Hahahaha, literally me tho

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  48. Mary Zahra Post author

    The thing about the rosary before sleep is so true😂

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  49. Afua Adomako Post author

    this is really accurate as I do most of that.😂😂😂

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  50. *casually falls over nothing* Post author

    Bruh I'm not even Catholic why am I here
    Videos are funny though

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  51. John Post author

    U gotta get fucked by a priest to get the full Catholic experience.

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  52. Michael Nelson Post author

    I'm Christian 😄❤😄
    I love you all. ❤😍😀😍❤

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  53. Catherine Hillberg Post author

    I keep the rosary in my purse and holy water by my bed .. yup

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  54. TheoMatters Post author

    I'm a doubly lazy Catholic: Not only do I pray a Divine Mercy Chaplet rather than a rosary every day, but it's while I'm falling asleep.

    I came here to laugh not rethink my prayer life WHAT HAVE YOU DONE

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  55. sera wilson Post author

    I always have to do the sign of the cross before I eat and go to sleep

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  56. Bernie Gregorio Post author

    you guys are going to fit right in the philippines… hahaha

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  57. Alex Perez Post author

    My mother wakes up everyday at 5am to pray the rosary before tending to her veggie patch.

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  58. Senzo Mbuzwa Post author

    I'm guilty of saving my rosary for bed lol.

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  59. Marianne Wilson Post author

    Before eating fast food during lunch break:

    BlessusohLordandthesethygiftswhichweareabouttoreceivefromthybounty(BREATHE)throughCristourlordamen.

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  60. teta Kateřina Post author

    "… and I ask for the intercession of whoever is the patron saint of …" (the thing I need help with right now)

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  61. Wayne Holdaway Post author

    Although I am not Catholic, I love your videos! We non-Catholics are guilty of many of the things that you joke about on these videos. Keep up the good work. 😊

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  62. Erich Von Molder Post author

    A "new" generation of Catholic, that is the biggest joke. It is an old person religion that didn't get the notice of the child sex abuses. Thanks for the laugh.

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  63. Verity Farseer Post author

    When Renee went on about Sts Teresa of Avila and Therese of Lisieux, I thought she was going to say 'and all the other Teresas' lololol

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  64. dedee aminah Post author

    Confess to be one of the most laziest a Christian

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  65. Kurffy Post author

    I can't tell if this was meant to be offensive or not

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  66. Anna Inspain Post author

    A truly lazy Catholic friend of mine has a Rosary app on her phone. She turns it on when she goes to bed and lets the app pray for her.

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  67. senshi wolf Post author

    Who can relate:
    Friend/person: "what is the difference between Christians and Catholics"
    Me: brings out chock board books and pointing stick
    "Get comfortable"

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