Well, come on folks. The Society has reason to warn parents about their youngsters chewing gum (which could end up in someone?s hair), and making Karate-like movements at the Kingdom Hall (which could inadvertently strike someone in the balls).
If such clearly dangerous behaviors are left unchecked, there is no doubt that it could lead to masturbation, and clinking glasses. Now wouldn?t it be sad, all you moms and dads, to know that your children were observed at a wedding clinking glasses, or saying ?g**d l^ck,? or ?h^ppy b#rthd*y?? (Excuse my language, but I needed to allude to those phrases in making my point. Please don?t disfellowship me, Simon. I won?t do it again. Really, I won?t. I?ll be good now. Really, I will.)
[For those of you who havn?t picked up on it, this is an old Monty Python fan here, and, yes, I am only kidding! Now, to everyone I shall clink my glass farewell, and say good luck with your masturbation. But please, on a serious note, don?t make any Karate movements at the hall. My balls have been through enough!]
?SAHS, of the John Cleese class