Tuesday, January 6, 2009

I Can’t Wait To Live The Law Of Consecration

Because then if I’m thirsty and I go to get a Slurpee and the guy at the counter is saying I need to give him $1.35 or whatever, I can just say “Hey! Law of consecration, remember?” and he’ll just let me have it without having to pay.

And then I’ll be able to use that money for some of that new Millennium flavored Laffy Taffy.

12 comments:

CVF said...

This is not the "Law of Consecration". Do some research and you'll find that the Law of Consecration is something far different than your post. Look at the Gospel Doctrine Manual and its teachings about the LOC.

chfran

Gatsby said...

Welcome to my Religious Blog, Brother Chafran.

I am sorry you didn't get it.

B. said...

and good luck getting $1.35 laffy taffy in this economy.

Gatsby said...

Actually Brother Sampson, I have looked at the Gospel Doctrine Manual and its teachings about the LT, and I have confirmed that I was correct in my original post...

Durring the millenium, a bag of Laffy Taffy will in fact only cost a $1.25.

But that's okay. You still have a lot to learn before you can join the church.

Gatsby said...

Incidentally I also looked at the Gospel Doctrine Manual and its teachings about the JTT and found out something else interesting:

You know how during the millenium, some people will be perfected in the twinkling of an eye?

Well it says that when Jonathan Taylor Thomas is perfected, you won't even be able to notice.

Because he's already so dreamy.

Danny said...

That's true. He is dreamy.

Val said...

At Long Last...someone who understands the law of consecration exactly as I do-we will have to be neighbors! Val

suavefaire said...

I'm glad you set the record straight Chfran. Gatsby is obviously not Fully Invested in his Quest For Perfection, is he? He could learn a lot from Max Hall and the rest of the BYU football team about living the LOC (as we call it in FHE). Those guys really know how to make sacrifices.

Robert Vollman said...

Your local corner store is run by a Mormon?

cropstar said...

I'm really looking forward to taking stuff I want from my friends. Like my friend's beautiful purse that I've been coveting for a long time. Soon as LOC starts I'm snaggin that thing. But I'm pretty sure I'm going to hide all my good stuff then because I don't really want people taking my stuff.
And you're right about that JTT. Dreamy as all get out.

richard dandelion said...

Mmmmm.... Millennium-flavored Laffy Taffy.

(May contain the blood and/or ground bones of the wicked.)

n8_bert said...

It is give and take with that law. You are going to have to share too. How are you going to feel when Mohammed hands over that free Slurpee but can go online and read your blog for free? Tit for tat. Takes a little of the fun out of that free Slurpee.