Faith-Based Cupcakes?

Thursday, December 22, 2011
Posted in category Boom-Bubble Phenomenon

More childish cupcakeism. I think the pastor samples a lot of his own baked goods.

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3 Responses to Faith-Based Cupcakes?

  1. Shannon says:

    December 23rd, 2011 at 3:05 am

    This is rather upsetting, considering the major economic issues that belong making headlines.  So what if we’re on the verge of economic collapse, just have a cupcake!  *sighs*

  2. liberranter says:

    December 23rd, 2011 at 6:17 pm

    Given, in my experience, the average Protestant (especially “evangelical”) church congregation’s ovine cluelessness, this comes as no surprise whatsoever. Since most pastors of such churches are brainless slaves to the reigning political establishment, why would we expect them to not be slaves to the latest pernicious cultural trends as well?

    And they wonder why their congregations are not only not growing, but are the subjects of well-deserved ridicule…

  3. Erik says:

    December 1st, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Speaking of cupcakes, I was at a coffee shop today as part of a large group’s regular meeting. The rest all had cupcakes or pieces of cake with their coffee. Some things to say about this:

    1. If you have to buy something sugary to eat, why not plan ahead and buy a chocolate bar or cupcake in the grocery store to bring with you? Much cheaper. But no, they have to buy it in the coffee shop to show they have money.

    2. Why do adults keep buying sugary stuff made for children? And not just once, but every time we go to a coffee shop.

    3. Having gone primal a month ago, I brought out a bag of almonds to eat with my coffee. Just as tasty as any cupcake and much healthier. Needless to say I was the one who got the strange looks. I got into a conversation with one guy, who showed some mild hostility toward my primal diet. Having studied the matter I could easily counter every ignorant question and devil’s-lawyer-like argument he could come up with; but of course he still couldn’t accept that the overwhelming evidence and testimonies in favor of my diet had any truth to them. Luckily others – younger people – were more receptive. There is a great deal of hope for people’s dietary habits after all.

    By the way, this was a Mensa meeting. Make of that what you will.

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