I was commenting more on the fact that a large number of comments isn’t necessarily a positive thing.
Is that what they’re calling urine these days?
(Strictly speaking, not evaporation-proof, but certainly a renewable source of liquid in a swimming baths)
Only needs to work once.
Then they are dead.
I need clarification.
I’m going with Pigeon. (I just think that mallards would be frappachino drinkers)
I imagine there’ not much to see.
But even so, I would want an industrial thickne shower curtain if I had to share that room with Burl
A lot of comments could mean that a lot of people are complaining about how boring it is.
I too, am bored with this one.
In the Anglican church, anyone who can receive communion in their own church is welcome to receive it in ours. And I know for a fact that there are people who have come forward or communion, who are not entitled (please pardon that word – it sounds awful, but I think you’ll know what I mean) to receive communion anywhere, and this is known, but communion is still offered and received, and I agree that that is how it should be. Most priests are happy with this – some aren’t, which is sad.
In the RC churches is depends so much on the priest – they seem much more strict than we “Anglos”. In have received communion from a lovely RC priest who knew I was Anglican; but I have also seen other priests turn people away at the communion rail, which I, personally, think is awful.* If I have doubts about the priest I wouldn’t go forward. It’s a very unpleasant situation.
*"Churches together" services where we are theoretically welcoming of one another.
It’s possible that he doesn’t know.
We did indeed have shag carpeting; and shag tobacco; and a haircut called the “shag”
And yet, somehow, remained innocent.
A) “shag” is considered vulgar (some regard it as being as bad as the eff word, here in the UK. Nice Laydeez like my good self would draw a shocked gasp from our audience if we said it in public)
b) The UK