Sunday, August 7, 2011

Woe Unto The Liar

Remember, if you click the box saying you read and agree to the terms and conditions on the new version of iTunes but you didn't really read it, then you can in no way claim to be honest in your dealings with your fellow men. So you will then have to wait a couple weeks until the next update to get your temple recommend.

9 comments:

Will said...

Personally, I prefer listening to the audiobook version instead of reading them: http://www.cnet.com/8301-30976_1-20068778-10348864.html

beth said...

crap

Kelly said...

Um Beth... saying crap may also put you in danger.

: )

Matsby said...

Alright alright, Beth. Sure it's not my best joke ever, but I think calling it that is a bit harsh.

I have feelings too you know.

cartoonista said...

Is it kind of like saying "amen" even when you didn't listen to a single word of the prayer? Cuz I'm in enough trouble as it is.

Science Teacher Mommy said...

And woe unto him who says that all is well in Zion. Oh, wait, I sang that just today in Church. What is the penalty for singing "Come, Come Ye Saints."

Andy said...

Dang. I'll have to wait to get my recommend then.

Also, you should add sharing options to each post. I wanted to share this one on facebook, but there was no button and I was too lazy to copy and paste the URL to my homepage.

Salt H2O said...

I'm in SO MUCH trouble.

Emilie and Branden said...

I'm a total liar. And not 20 minutes ago, a waitress asked me how my meal was, I said I liked it, but really it was total poo and was worse than the temple cafeteria food. I'm a total freakin' liar.