A letter adressed to "Pikachu Charizard" xD

Discussion in 'Random Topic Center' started by homeofmew, Nov 15, 2007.

  1. (TYranitarFReak)

    (TYranitarFReak) New Member

    I'd be really happy to receive a mail w "TYranitarFReak" on it! :smile:

    (no bombs pls)
     
  2. homeofmew

    homeofmew Active Member


    Well some churches its like you leave the cards there so anyone can look at is. And if you don't fill it out you look weird; because everyone is asked to fill it out (some churches).

    (Sometimes its not a card it's a book) When The book is passed to another person if I have a fake name in there they can't stalk or hunt me down ;0

    Like I said all of you call me Tina and my name isn't actually Tina, so isn't that the same idea :/
     
    Last edited: Nov 18, 2007
  3. taylor2007

    taylor2007 New Member

    lol thats great
     
  4. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    Oooooooor you could not not fill out of the cards/sign the book. If asked why you opted not to, you can reply "so you can't stalk me or hunt me down"! The look they will give you will be priceless and totally worth it.

    And since your name's not really Tina, I propose we all just call you Pikachu Charizard since it's more or less the same now.
     
  5. homeofmew

    homeofmew Active Member


    Thats the reason and please do not call me Pikachu Charizard ;p.
     
  6. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    'Cause peer pressure is always a good reason. How old are you again, Pikachu Charizard? :|
     
  7. homeofmew

    homeofmew Active Member


    It's like when your handed a paper (to your hand) and they are like fill this out.
    (and yes this does happen)

    Saying no is like o-O; right?

    Have you filled out church cards/books/whatever?

    Pikachu Charizard doesn't have an age sorry Chris <3


     
  8. Jason

    Jason New Member

    if you must need to know, Pikachu charizard is 22.
     
  9. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    If I really didn't want them to have my information, then handing it back and saying "No thank you." is only natural. It probably reflects worse on you when they try to contact you and your contact information is hilariously wrong, assuming they remember you.

    At any rate, I've never been in such a situation. Any church I've attended, there's been a visitor's form to fill out in the bulletin or they'd ask if there were any visitors present and bring one to you and expect you to turn it in either on your way out or in the offering plate.
     
  10. Jaeger

    Jaeger New Member

    You would think they would come up with something more orginial.
     

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