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Apple, Definitely, and Dogs: S: Sofia created a poll. March 4 at 10:33 PM ever since i moved to Europe, almost every single meal i've shared someone, there comes a point where someone asks, 'how do you say "bon inenglish' and then i have appétit dobar tek / eet smakelijk / explain that this expression essentially doesn't exist in English except for the incredibly informal 'chow down' to which they always respond in mixture of horror or confusion. after all, 'bon appétit' comes from French and it often has an air of pretension or irony and 'enjoy your meal can really only be said by someone not participating in the meal or am i wrong? what English-only phrase do YOU say before a meal? welcome to flavortown bone app the teeth +78 let's eat +71 dig in! +58 Enjoy! +56 RUB A DUB DUB THANKS FOR THE +41 GRUB We luv our bread we luv our butter but +38 most of all we luv each other 1 0+ Commencing operation mastication +31 0+ i wanna munch +29 Bone apple tea +28 .. Osteoporosis 2 +19 G'appetite +16 --- Ah, I greatly consuming this food, which is definitely not human flesh 0+ +16 eat up +14 17 OM NOM NOM NOM +10 0+ i think dogs should be able to vote +9 7 2468 dig in don't wait AMOE 0+ Blonde amputee +8 Help yourself +6 tuck in +6 time to dig in +6 shallmst we nom? +5 Boom map the sheets +4 Bone fuck my Ray Romano BluRay +4 Phone apple jeans +3 eat up martha +3 it's time to mönch...it's time to crönch +3 M food +2 happy masticating +2 muaddibbler:The most impressive communal shitpost I’ve yet seen from a linguistics Facebook group
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Apparently, Bad, and God: 9:43 PM I hope everything is going well I just have a question, I saw your post about "Highly Recommending" everyone to go see "Get Out". My question is, as a Christian, is it right to recommend people to go see something with so much profanity in it? Regardless of it's message, it has 50 F-words, 45 S-words with a lot of others as well. I'm not messaging you to bee mean or anything, I genuinely wanted to know why you recommending it. Thanks! <p><a href="http://socialjusticesweg.tumblr.com/post/158052663055/proudblackconservative-ted-cruise" class="tumblr_blog">socialjusticesweg</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158052442824/proudblackconservative-ted-cruise" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158051885454/proudblackconservative-inarticulateyelling" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://ted-cruise.tumblr.com/post/158051247940/inarticulateyelling-proudblackconservative" class="tumblr_blog">ted-cruise</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158051113654/proudblackconservative-this-super-evangelical" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://inarticulateyelling.tumblr.com/post/158050867128/this-super-evangelical-guy-is-always-trying-to" class="tumblr_blog">inarticulateyelling</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158050593589/this-super-evangelical-guy-is-always-trying-to" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>This super evangelical guy is always trying to challenge what I watch because it has swears or sex in it and it’s pretty annoying. I’m a grown woman. I’ll decide what’s appropriate for me to watch and where my conscience falls as a Christian.</p></blockquote> <p>Apparently you can’t be Christian if you watch movies with profanity. Lol.</p> </blockquote> <p>Like I could bring up how even Jesus used really strong language in his day (“Brood of vipers” isn’t exactly a compliment), but I don’t want to get into a whole thing. I just want him off my back so I tried to keep it polite and civil and just say I like the story and I believe a good story makes up for some profanity.</p> </blockquote> <p>i’d block him if he continues to harass you about it, someone tried doing this to me and trying convince me that turkish people don’t have souls on a fandom blog </p> </blockquote> <p>Oh my word he’s still at it.</p> <p>“I’m not saying that a film should be necessarily thrown away if it has profanity in it. I have seen many movies with redeeming qualities and with profanity in them, but they are all edited so the profanity is removed. <br/>If it’s wrong for a Christian to say those words, wouldn’t it also be wrong to voluntarily pay money to hear those words? If Jesus wouldn’t say the words, I’m pretty sure He wouldn’t pay money to have someone say those words to Him for the sake of entertainment. <br/>What if it wasn’t profanity. What if it was sexuality? Is it OK to see a film with 50 F-words, but not OK to see a movie with sex scenes? Or are they both OK? <br/>Just trying to figure out your position on it. 🙂”</p> <p>I’m screaming. He’s an old friend and I really am trying to be respectful and kind but I really don’t know where else this conversation can go. I’m pretty much done explaining myself to him. He doesn’t have to agree. I’ve never tried to pressure him into watching movies with profanity, so I think he needs to respect my space. I do believe it’s important for Christians to hold each other accountable, but there’s a line between doing that and being annoying and judgmental.</p> </blockquote> <p>OH MYLANTA.</p> <p>“Profanity has changed, yes. But I think we can both agree that profanity today is something a Christian should never say. If a Christian went around saying the F word, I would know that they are very weak in their faith of at all, a Christian. <br/>Also, the people who determine what profanity is…is the secular culture itself! It says “Strong Language” in the rating for a reason. And it’s rated by a secular culture, not Christians. <br/>So if the secular culture itself labels a word as “bad” then it is ever more “off limits” for a Christian to use because even the lost people says it’s a “bad word.”</p> <p>So I really don’t think Jesus would take part in phrases that even the lost world would say are bad. <br/>And yes, they do use the Lord’s name as a cuss words in the film, so that should be an immediate red flag. </p> <p>See the problem is, where to draw the line. You say sex scenes are OK of they are relevant to the story. Where do you draw the line? <br/>What if there is an incredible movie about a porn star who gives their life to Christ. Well, to be relevant to the story, they show some of the porn that took place. It’s relevant to the story and it’s important to know. <br/>So, If that is wrong but the small sex scene is OK…Who draws the line? <br/>Do you draw the line? What if your line is farther than mine? Am I wrong? Are you wrong?<br/>We can’t both be right. <br/>See, I don’t believe WE get to draw where the line goes. Christ drew the line a long time ago. <br/>“Abstain from even the appearance of Evil” 1 Thessalonians 5:22. <br/>I dont think that involves F words and sex scenes…regardless of the story. <br/>What I’m saying is, as a Christian, I dont think it’s right in any way to pay money and voluntarily listen to profanity and watch sex scenes. I think we can both agree that both of those are things the Lord would not approve of for a Christian.<br/>And if we try to say what is “too much” for us, who determines that? It must be God who draws where the line is. <br/>Do you see what I’m saying?“</p> </blockquote> <p><i> “But I think we can both agree that profanity today is something a Christian should never say.”</i><br/></p><p>that’s where you’re fuckin wrong, kiddo</p></blockquote> <p>Lol. For real. I&rsquo;ve literally heard my priest swear. Once from the pulpit. I finally did put the kibosh on the conversation and it actually ended on a surprisingly civil note. I just told him I respect his opinion but I disagree I will continue to test my own conscience against my personal relationship with Christ and my studying of the Scriptures and come to my own conclusions. He backed off.</p>
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Apparently, Bad, and God: 9:43 PM I hope everything is going well I just have a question, I saw your post about "Highly Recommending" everyone to go see "Get Out". My question is, as a Christian, is it right to recommend people to go see something with so much profanity in it? Regardless of it's message, it has 50 F-words, 45 S-words with a lot of others as well. I'm not messaging you to bee mean or anything, I genuinely wanted to know why you recommending it. Thanks! <p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158051885454/proudblackconservative-inarticulateyelling" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://ted-cruise.tumblr.com/post/158051247940/inarticulateyelling-proudblackconservative" class="tumblr_blog">ted-cruise</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158051113654/proudblackconservative-this-super-evangelical" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://inarticulateyelling.tumblr.com/post/158050867128/this-super-evangelical-guy-is-always-trying-to" class="tumblr_blog">inarticulateyelling</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://proudblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/158050593589/this-super-evangelical-guy-is-always-trying-to" class="tumblr_blog">proudblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>This super evangelical guy is always trying to challenge what I watch because it has swears or sex in it and it’s pretty annoying. I’m a grown woman. I’ll decide what’s appropriate for me to watch and where my conscience falls as a Christian.</p></blockquote> <p>Apparently you can’t be Christian if you watch movies with profanity. Lol.</p> </blockquote> <p>Like I could bring up how even Jesus used really strong language in his day (“Brood of vipers” isn’t exactly a compliment), but I don’t want to get into a whole thing. I just want him off my back so I tried to keep it polite and civil and just say I like the story and I believe a good story makes up for some profanity.</p> </blockquote> <p>i’d block him if he continues to harass you about it, someone tried doing this to me and trying convince me that turkish people don’t have souls on a fandom blog </p></blockquote> <p>Oh my word he’s still at it.</p><p>“I’m not saying that a film should be necessarily thrown away if it has profanity in it. I have seen many movies with redeeming qualities and with profanity in them, but they are all edited so the profanity is removed. <br/>If it’s wrong for a Christian to say those words, wouldn’t it also be wrong to voluntarily pay money to hear those words? If Jesus wouldn’t say the words, I’m pretty sure He wouldn’t pay money to have someone say those words to Him for the sake of entertainment. <br/>What if it wasn’t profanity. What if it was sexuality? Is it OK to see a film with 50 F-words, but not OK to see a movie with sex scenes? Or are they both OK? <br/>Just trying to figure out your position on it. 🙂”</p><p>I’m screaming. He’s an old friend and I really am trying to be respectful and kind but I really don’t know where else this conversation can go. I’m pretty much done explaining myself to him. He doesn’t have to agree. I’ve never tried to pressure him into watching movies with profanity, so I think he needs to respect my space. I do believe it’s important for Christians to hold each other accountable, but there’s a line between doing that and being annoying and judgmental.</p></blockquote> <p>OH MYLANTA.</p><p>&ldquo;Profanity has changed, yes. But I think we can both agree that profanity today is something a Christian should never say. If a Christian went around saying the F word, I would know that they are very weak in their faith of at all, a Christian. <br/>Also, the people who determine what profanity is&hellip;is the secular culture itself! It says &quot;Strong Language&rdquo; in the rating for a reason. And it&rsquo;s rated by a secular culture, not Christians. <br/>So if the secular culture itself labels a word as &ldquo;bad&rdquo; then it is ever more &ldquo;off limits&rdquo; for a Christian to use because even the lost people says it&rsquo;s a &ldquo;bad word.&rdquo;</p><p>So I really don&rsquo;t think Jesus would take part in phrases that even the lost world would say are bad. <br/>And yes, they do use the Lord&rsquo;s name as a cuss words in the film, so that should be an immediate red flag. </p><p>See the problem is, where to draw the line. You say sex scenes are OK of they are relevant to the story. Where do you draw the line? <br/>What if there is an incredible movie about a porn star who gives their life to Christ. Well, to be relevant to the story, they show some of the porn that took place. It&rsquo;s relevant to the story and it&rsquo;s important to know. <br/>So, If that is wrong but the small sex scene is OK&hellip;Who draws the line? <br/>Do you draw the line? What if your line is farther than mine? Am I wrong? Are you wrong?<br/>We can&rsquo;t both be right. <br/>See, I don&rsquo;t believe WE get to draw where the line goes. Christ drew the line a long time ago. <br/>&ldquo;Abstain from even the appearance of Evil&rdquo; 1 Thessalonians 5:22. <br/>I dont think that involves F words and sex scenes&hellip;regardless of the story. <br/>What I&rsquo;m saying is, as a Christian, I dont think it&rsquo;s right in any way to pay money and voluntarily listen to profanity and watch sex scenes. I think we can both agree that both of those are things the Lord would not approve of for a Christian.<br/>And if we try to say what is &ldquo;too much&rdquo; for us, who determines that? It must be God who draws where the line is. <br/>Do you see what I&rsquo;m saying?&ldquo;</p>
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