Monday, October 28, 2013

What to do when a meeting goes on too long. Some practical biblical wisdom

  • Suddenly manifest a cynical demon by calling yourself Asmodeus (Tobit 3:8, 17; 6:8, 14, 16, 18; 8:3) and repeating what the last person said word-for-word in a sarcastic tone (Gen. 4:9; 2 Cor 12:8-9).
  • See how many times you can use the word “defenestrate” (Acts 20:9; 2 Cor 11:33), and keep calling someone in the meeting “Trevor”.
  • Use the phrase “I think we all know what that leads to” with a tone implying massive innuendo (Ps. 37:8; 68:6; Prov. 2:18; 10:16; 12:26; 14:23; 15:24; Acts 11:18; Rom. 5:18; Rom. 6:16; Jude 1:21; Tobit 13:2).
  • Break up a discussion by channelling a message from the alien mother ship to “all the citizens of earth” (Ezekiel 22:7)

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At 11/03/2013 3:44 AM, OpenID craigbenno1 said...

I think I might do this during the next long winded sermon I hear.. make sure I mutter and sway a bit... ;)

 

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