Sometimes i pick the grass from my neighbors yerd and put it in my own so i? the grass greener oh the other side? No anymore
Because I love this but it took me too long to figure out what all the words were meant to be, here is what it is without typos: Sometimes I pick the grass from my neighbors yard and put it in my own, so is the grass greener on the other side? Not anymore
If you’re leading services in a church, synagogue, or other place of worship. Or leading the pledge of alliegance or some other situation of telling people to stand up.
"Please rise if you are able" can be a good thing to say.
Because some people can’t or shouldn’t stand. And it’s good to…
I would love this. There was a while when I couldn’t stand in church without getting really lightheaded, and having to sit down before I fainted. When I didn’t stand, people would think I was being rude or disrespecting the religion. I know people still wouldn’t understand because of the invisible nature of my problem, but I would have loved for the church to recognize it
if you dont have a gay cousin then youre the gay cousin sorry to break it to you
but if none of your cousins have a gay cousin, then all of you are the gay cousin. Then you all have a gay cousin, so you aren’t necessarily a gay cousin. Then once again, you all don’t have a gay cousin. You are all Schrodinger’s gay cousin, in a super positioned state of both being the gay cousin and not.