by Pilgrim Pix
Question by : Why are Mormons studying coffee machines at BYU?
I’m Lutheran, as it was the parent’s faith. Last weekend I visited a former High School friend at the campus of BYU-Idaho. In her room was a Mr. Coffee machine (obviously in use) and before I left, asked her to be honest with me…was she drinking coffee now? She had been a very faithful Latter-Day Saint when I knew her a few years ago. She answered that she OF COURSE didn’t drink it, as it was against her religion. I mentioned the machine on her kitchen counter, and that the red little light was on when I arrived. She rather convincingly told me that it was easy to explain. She’s an engineering student, and the little machine was a project requirement for her Final Exam. My two questions to any LDS here: Does BYU-Idaho really require this type of “homework” for their students, and also, How are Mormons always so capable of getting out of exposure to all errors, by instant (no pun intended) smooth talk? Do they have Lessons in this behavior, or how exactly is it across the board in that church, from the newest members to the very top Officers? Does anyone know?
Answer by Well, well, wellie, well, well…
Maybe they’re going to start a giant coffee company and become the next Starbucks….
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