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Featured *** THIS JUST IN *** Little Debbie Is Now A Calvinist!!!

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Dr Mixer GED, Jun 13, 2011.

  1. Dr Mixer GED

    Dr Mixer GED New Member

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    Apparently, I don't know when, Little Debbie, the once Seventh Day Adventist, has become a 5 point Calvinist!

    I present you the proof........



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  2. Benjamin

    Benjamin Well-Known Member

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    Well, considering her other adventures, it figures...


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  3. Dr Mixer GED

    Dr Mixer GED New Member

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    :laugh: man that's good stuff!
     
  4. David Lamb

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    ...and I suppose you would say that the Max Bygraves song Tulips from Amsterdam is proof that calvinistic doctrine had its origin in the Dutch capital city. :)
     
  5. Old Union Brother

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    And Tiny Tim's song Tip Toe Through the Tulips a story of his coversion to Calvinism. See the video here

    Disclaimer not our tinytim
     
  6. menageriekeeper

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    My, more open minded, Arminian children say those TULIP cakes were awwwwful!

    Being as set in my ways as I am, I couldn't bring bring myself to taste them. :D

    Funny stuff, guys! :laugh:
     
  7. abcgrad94

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    My IFB church doesn't let me eat Little Debbie's. They are worldly and we are to avoid the appearance of evil.
     
  8. Jerome

    Jerome Well-Known Member

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    Scotland Daily Record:

    Singer Moby on the inspiration for his new album: "I was what friends would call a garbagehead. . . .a Calvinist by day and a Libertine by night."

    Catchy lyric!

    Reminiscent of Stevie Wonder's "Part Time Lover".
     
  9. Salty

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    Then you need to join a SBC church - its okay to eat Little Debbies - unless you are a Deacon
     
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  10. Tom Butler

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    For our non-Cal friends, it's obvious that the TULIP cakes are a little hard to swallow.
     
  11. convicted1

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    Nah....they go down much easier when you dunk'em in the sincere "milk" of the gospel............

    I have never had one of these, nor had I even heard of them. I guess I wasn't predestined to eat them??

    I guess I am:
    Totally depraved from having one?
    Unconditionally left off from having one?
    Limited by their supply?
    Irresistibly drawn to them, though I can't have 'em?
    Preserved from having their preservitives(sp?)?

    I know those are lame, but oh well. Does anyone else have a cute idea to use for "TULIP"? Lets keep it "cute", and not offend our DoG Brethern.
     
  12. preacher4truth

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    You've never had them for a reason. They must choose you. You cannot choose them.
     
  13. convicted1

    convicted1 Active Member

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    ouch!! LOL!!!:laugh:
     
  14. preacher4truth

    preacher4truth New Member

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    We go to the store. We come home. Never saw them at the store. They just appear in the bag when we get home. Kinda scary. :laugh:
     
  15. Salty

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    Ahhh - the Lord works in mysterious ways
     
  16. Amy.G

    Amy.G New Member

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    Oh that is priceless!!! :laugh:


    I appreciate your wit. :thumbsup:
     
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    Well if you go down on your knees & beg your grocer to stock them for you..... Now if there irresistible, that I dont know. Probably have to be totally depraved to eat them.:wavey:
     
  18. Salty

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    Padre, I confess,

    Little Debbie's are irresistible!!!

    Forgive me

    But I am thankful I was elected to be the test taster....
     
  19. Jkdbuck76

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    They are made by McKee Foods in Tennessee. Collegedale, I think. The family that owns the place (the mckee famblee???) are 7th Day Adventists. If memory serves, Little Debbies are kosher. I've toured the plant....once.....if you did, you would never eat Little Debbies again.

    I mean, it is not like its gross, its just that the smell of all that sugary snack cakeness is SO intense, you would not want anymore Little Debbies. One of the employees told me that "this place is like an asylum, but it is run by the inmates."
     
  20. Amy.G

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    Not possible. Where I live Little Debbies are a food group. :laugh:
     
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