8/27/08

Toothpaste

Setting: During one of the trips, a brother walks into the restroom and finds brother Matthew Kim of SF Gracepoint leaning against the wall, with a depressed look on his face, holding his toothbrush.

Brother: What's wrong?

Brother Matthew: [silent, still holding onto his toothbrush, looking down]

Brother: Is everything okay?

Brother Matthew: Why... why did someone leave the baby diaper rash medicine next to the sink?

toothpaste?

14 comments:

William Kang said...

I've never know my dear brother matthew to be a rash guy. Thanks Daniel. This gives me some ideas for the next time we have an overnighter together.

Joyce said...

oh, that is so unfortunate. i thought it was bad enough when i mistaken my face wash as toothpaste...

akim said...

I thought it was interesting, too, because Matthew has a baby daughter who uses diaper rash ointments...perhaps it was the Austin heat.

emmeline said...

wow, joyce, i thought i was the only one who did that once. i'm glad to know i'm not the only one!

eileen said...

reminds me of the story i heard of a brother and a FTS kid and tube of...... preparation h!! only.. it's not funny, just sad because it's a kid. sorry moon oppa, but this is funny and sad at the same time.

echow said...

I always seems like he is always in the middle of these stories.

Jamie said...

Oh... I am so sad for you.

paul said...

that explains a lot...
oh shoot is this not anonymous?

John said...

Sorry, it was my daughter's tube of diaper rash medicine. At least she wasn't in much need for it and I didn't have to rush out to get another tube.

ehsia said...

I stopped wondering why everything happens to Matthew Kim and learned to just enjoy the stories that come from him =).

annie said...

hahaHA! I believe that brother Matthew is under-appreciated as a potential MVP of dis- gracepoint fellowship church. I would love to hear more about him as I am an avid fan. He's a star in my books. - Annie, berkeley koinonia, hg2.

Nappy Cream said...

Brilliant write up!

Jenn said...

I agree with Eileen...

Thanks to Dis-Gracepoint stories, I now have to fight the urge to laugh when I see certain brothers and sisters.

Jennifer Tse said...

Demotivator:
Reading: this is what happens when we don't read the directions.

LOL!