Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Purity Fire

I received this from my local homeschool group. Okay, I admit that I am in a mini-depression right now. This kind of thing just does not help. At first I laughed at it because it was so funny, but then it fueled my depression because I want a homeschool group that isn't so extreme, so weird.

I wasn't going to blog this because the local hs group people have been very nice to me, have not preached. However, this is so against my beliefs and so stupid that I just couldn't not share it.

The two big questions are: What is a manly meal? Is it prepared by young virgin girls so it is pure?

What exactly do they do at the purity fire? Throw the boys into the fire?

I know...they tell the manly men and boys to not visit www.themarriagebed.com because they got smart and figured out that is just a place where Christians can discuss porn under the guise of their religion.

Shaking my head.

PURITY FIRE

For young men 7-12 grade and their fathers

April 8,2006
at 6:00 p.m.

at the XYZ Farm

Cost of $15.00 pair ($5.00/ additional son)

The evening will begin with a manly meal, followed
by music and skits. Mr. ABC will challenge and inspire
father and sons to be pure.

Reserve your tickets by calling ???

5 comments:

Jo said...

Ohhhhhhh maybe they throw the fathers into the fire so the moms can start fresh with a new hubby. :)

Manly meal... that shit just cracks me up!

Audrey said...

Whaaa?

I'm stumped again. I don't know what a purity fire is. But, I also didn't know what magic undies were until Butch enlightened me.

My dh says that he's not entirely sure, but thinks that a "manly meal" would be anything that stops up your colon for a week or more.

contemplator said...

Husband says since fire is involved, it better involve meat cooked over it. Although he doubts it is the TRUE manly meal of pork & beans cooked over a blowtorch. In the can.

And, if the husbands were pure...wouldn't there be no sons????

M__ said...

Oh come on! This sounds like a miserable night for all involved. I've never heard of a purity fire. You learn something new every day.....

BridgetJ said...

Manly meal = beef jerky and beer