GC – 20 Things You Shouldn’t Do At A GC Session

  1. Wave a lighter while singing the theme song.
  2. Suggest a motion to close the whole session now since we all want to go home.
  3. Bring a beer into the Dome.
  4. Shout AMEN occasionally when there’s absolutely no call for it.
  5. Announce you’re running for president in 5 years.
  6. Introduce yourself as the Anti-Christ.
  7. Openly read a book by L. Ron Hubbard.
  8. Walk past delegates with a cigarette, asking for a light.
  9. When an African American preacher says something good, shout “Preach it, nigger!”
  10. Jump the line for the food hall, saying “the Holy Spirit is leading me to this.”
  11. Ask for a recess because you need to use the restroom.
  12. While nobody is watching, move around the signs indicating where each division’s delegation is seated.
  13. Suggest a statement giving Dan Brown the same status as Ellen G. White.
  14. Listen to a ballgame on the radio inside the Dome, and crank up the volume.
  15. Speak in tongues.
  16. Take bets on who will be elected into a certain office.
  17. Light a barbecue outside the Dome and fry bacon strips.
  18. Dress up like Harry Potter.
  19. Bring a carpet and kneel facing Mecca during every prayer.
  20. Publish jokes about the GC session in a blog. 🙂

Author: Kenneth Mollerup Birch

Living north of Copenhagen, Denmark. MA in Information Science. Interests include communication, internet, sociology, language, politics, religion, theology, travel, music, and food.

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