Pole dancing for Jesus

by Richard on March 29, 2011

Good grief. With thanks, if that’s the word I’m looking for, to ChurchCrunch

{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }


Kim 03.29.11 at 6:13 pm

She should call it Paul Dancing and market it as biblical.


Doug 03.29.11 at 10:14 pm

Wow, all I can say is wow and ridiculous all wrapped up into one. Thanks for the great humorous link.

Richard, Amen to your “good grief” comment.

Can we call you the resident “Charlie Brown” (aka “Good Grief Charlie Brown”) of the blogosphere?

In case you don’t know who the guy is from that side of the “lake”:


Pam 03.29.11 at 10:16 pm

I’m game if you go first Kim.


jogger 03.29.11 at 10:31 pm

what a nice wholesome girl, why can’t jogger find one like this????


MendipNomad 03.29.11 at 10:40 pm

Doug, we know who Charlie Brown is, in fact I can name a whole bunch of the Peanuts gang - Snoopy and Woodstock were my favourites :)
(It does make me laugh when Americans make such comments - when I lived in the Deep South I had folk ask me whether they had tv’s up on the West Coast of Scotland, which is a place I spend a fair amount of time. And the answer is “yes, they do!” In fact, I would imagine there may well be crofts where the whole of their living room wall is taken up by a flatscreen and they spend half their time playing on-line video games via satellite broadband!)


Doug 03.30.11 at 4:52 pm

Mendip, I’m sorry for thinking you might not know Charlie Brown. I definitely knew you all had TV’s. It is not hard for any Americans to think that some cartoons are not in the UK and vice versa. I at least was trying to be generous but you took it as an insult or a laughing matter.

Sorry for caring. Gosh Mendip.


Mendip Nomad 03.30.11 at 6:18 pm

Sorry, Doug, I was in the wrong frame of mind when I read your comment. I do love Peanuts though! :)


malc 03.30.11 at 8:42 pm

speaking of peanuts, I’ve had a couple of american housemates who’s mothers insisted they bring peanut butter with them when they came over because we don’t have it over here… apparently. I’ve even occasionally found Skippy’s!!


Doug 03.30.11 at 8:51 pm

No harm Mendip. Apology accepted. BTW, are there any cartoons that are Brit. only that are really good? I love good cartoons wherever they are from. :)


Kim 03.30.11 at 10:33 pm

My mum and dad used to bring Skippy over for me; when I visit my mum’s, I bring a large jar back myself. Sainsbury’s in Swansea is known to do Skippy - but smooth, not crunchy. However - believe it or not - Marks and Spencer does a a passable crunchy imitation; I recommend it. Otherwise, British peanut butter sucks.


Bob Gilston 03.31.11 at 10:22 pm

It’s interesting what we take the other way across the pond when we visit our son. We used to take PG Tips but they can get it over there now. It’s in the Irish section of their local supermarket!!! What we still take is Marmade so they can make their own marmalade. The preserves in USA are far to sweet for their taste.

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