shake your head in disbelief or roll your eyes during certain comments
If You Still "Had" To Go To Meetings What "Disrespectful" Things Might You Do?
Oh and on kid qoutes my littlest one has said a couple of different times pretty loud "Its taking forEVER". lol
Hah, HAH!! After reading MsDucky's comment about answering everything with "And Jesus wept"...,
[Ms Ducky inspires me!!]
I'd answer with famous quotes - NOT from the bible, watchtower, or any of their literature!!!
I'd quote Shakespeare, Keats, Poe, - heck, I'd quote Darwin, Carl Sagan, and Richard Dawkins!!! [Could work, if one chose the RIGHT comments...]
Then, if anyone queried my comments, I'd look befuddled and ask, "What?? I thought that was in 2nd Maccabees, Chapter 10, verse 29???"
I disagree with Keyser on page one, we had apostates make 'scenes' during our meetings maybe 4 times total during my entire witness life. I can remember what happened and what the person said each and every time. It DID stick with me and when I started researching I DID think about what those people had said.
It never ever even once 'reaffirmed' my faith.
I like the streaking idea (for the girls)
My husband says to tell you guys he'd bellow out some extra loud strategic yawns, arms stretched high and all...... lol
Shake your head in disbelief or roll your eyes during certain comments
did this just recently.. in fact I mumbled " he didn't just say that, did he?" Loud enough to solicit stares.
Sticking with what IS said is probably a great way to help people connect to what they're really being taught.