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What do you think you missed out on?

I was asked the question: what do you think you missed out on by not staying at home. [...]

I missed out on being as pure as I could have been. While I wasn't the most pure minded person at home, I still would not have been involved in some of the things I was involved in after moving out. I missed out on being sheltered and protected from some of the evil ways of the world. Seeing the daughters of the land is what defiled Dinah, and seeing the ways of the world can defile us. It is one thing to know that evil goes on, it is entirely another thing to watch evil going on. The Bible tells us that evil communications corrupt good manners. I missed out on having my friends screened for their appropriateness. I made some bad decisions on the friend front.

Mrs W, Beautiful Maidenhood 35 Comments [12/15/2007 8:40:28 PM]
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Illuminatalie

"I missed out on being as pure as I could have been."
Yeah, like my last vacation, I really missed out on a lot of things. I missed out on staying home and lying in bed and not doing anything fun. And those are opportunities I'll never get back.

"While I wasn't the most pure minded person at home"
Oh, could you please elaborate? Hahahaha!

"and seeing the ways of the world can defile us"
Now Mike Douglas makes you moist, every time, and you can't do a thing about it but change the channel.

12/15/2007 8:53:58 PM

Caustic Gnostic

I missed out on being sheltered and protected from some of the evil ways of the world.

Get thee to a nunnery!

12/15/2007 9:01:26 PM

Bryan65

If women like you are "Beautiful Maidens", I'll take a slut. Thank you.

12/15/2007 9:08:01 PM

Moordryd

I missed out on being sheltered and protected from some of the evil ways of the world.

And that is why people choose religion over reality - so they can stay pampered infants and not take responsibility for their lives like mature adults.

12/15/2007 9:25:46 PM

dworkin

What are you doing on the interwebs then? Surely this is the greatest font of evil yet immagined.

12/15/2007 9:29:54 PM

cool cats

You can go back to hiding under your rock then.

12/15/2007 9:52:39 PM

484

Uh... no comment necessary.

12/15/2007 10:00:23 PM

Old Viking

Those bad decisions you made on the friend front? Those former friends are saying exactly the same thing.

Caustic Gnostic: Nunnery is Elizabethan slang for a whore house. I'm not sure
Mrs W would care for that. On the other hand, she might find it to her liking.

12/15/2007 10:05:50 PM

Osiris

So basically you're afraid of failure.

12/15/2007 11:30:27 PM

Jack Bauer

So did you get fucked before you were married or what.....

12/16/2007 12:40:40 AM



Some people can't handle the fact that the world isn't perfect or fair. Too bad...

12/16/2007 12:59:50 AM

Michael

Mrs. W. Got laid before she got married! Sick fuck!

12/16/2007 2:36:12 AM



You missed out intelligence too?, autonomy?, personhood?. What do you mean by "pure"?, I only understand that your house is a kind of washing powder or what?.

12/16/2007 3:24:53 AM

szena

So you made some bad decisions. You probably learned from them.


Oh, wait, this is a fundie. Learning is bad.

12/16/2007 6:56:32 AM

flipper

Sounds typically fundie. "I had a good time in my younger days, but it must have been evil cause I had fun doing it, so I want you not to enjoy yourself because I now realize that anything that makes life not boring must be a sin."

12/16/2007 7:20:39 AM

apYrs

sounds as though you wanted to miss out on being an adult and taking responsibility for your own actions.


Let daddy or a husband make all the decisions and reamin a little girl just keeping house. And when your husband dies, let your son(s) take responsibility for you.

You fail at life, and cannot be a fit person to raise childen

12/16/2007 7:25:43 AM

Mandie

Mrs W, I don't want to piss in your cornflakes or anything, but being pure is BORING. Jesus said to love thy neighbour -- and I suggest you love him or her in a variety of positions. :D

12/16/2007 8:26:49 AM



I missed out on having my friends screened for their appropriateness. I made some bad decisions on the friend front

You know, making bad decisions is part of groing up and being mature...

oh wait.

12/16/2007 9:55:25 AM

Mandy

Some of us learn from the mistakes we make. It helps us to become mature human beings.

12/16/2007 11:41:50 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

I, on the other hand, had some marvelous times once I got out on my own. That includes indulging in enough of the "evil ways of the world" to give me a warm glow and delightful memories that should hold up until alzheimers or death, whichever comes first. No regets.

12/16/2007 11:56:21 AM



You missed out common sense, logic and English classes, that's for sure.

12/16/2007 11:22:05 PM

SSJPunk

You must deprive yourself of any sort of fun. Enough so that you want to kill yourself, except you can't because that's evil, too. And when you finally do die in old age (but with no experience or knowledge), you might be rewarded, in the extremely long shot that you Guessed Right(tm).

12/17/2007 2:05:57 AM

Rhys

"Oh no! Reality! Quick, run and hide. Someone shelter the children, they mustn't know what the world is really like until it runs over them. Then we'll blame someone else because we didn't prepare them for the real world properly like good parents do."

12/17/2007 6:36:58 AM

Xotan

You certainly didn't miss out on pure stupidity.

12/17/2007 2:19:57 PM

Heyoka

I thought good Christians were supposed to oppose evil, not hide from it like simpering ninnies.

12/17/2007 5:38:50 PM
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