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To start off:
HAIRSTYLE: They say that hairstyles affect how young you look.  But he went too far.

Unusual Name

Setting: Brother D meets someone new at an gathering...

Brother D: Hi, what's your name?

Friend P: My name is Pu.

Brother D: Pu?  Did you say Pu?

Friend P: Yeah.. that's my name.

Brother D: Ha ha ha... that's so unfortunate!  Oh man!  ha ha ha ha

Friend P: [reads Brother D's nametag] And your name is... Dung.

History Patient: Rosa Parks

Brother J is trying to find out where the New Student Welcome Night is, and hears that it's in the Rosa Parks Room.

He asks, "Hey, so where exactly is this park?"

Timmy Tung

Here's a video of Tim Tung from Hsinchu, Taiwan. We miss you Andy, Amy and Timmy!

Old Lady

Setting: A group of sisters are shopping at Target for Angel Tree gifts, one of which is a wallet for a 10-year-old girl.
Sister J: I like this wallet! It's cute and looks like something a 10-year-old will like.

Sister C: No, let's get something simpler, like this black one (indicating a wallet on display).

Sister D:  No way!  That looks like it belongs to an old lady! (indicating wallet Sister J is holding).

Sister J: Um...this is mine.

English Patient: Holy Huddle

While discussing the importance of not remaining comfortable within a churched circle of friends, English Patient Friend commented strongly, "Yeah. This shouldn't be a holy cuddle."

Spellcheck

submitted by Matt

Here’s an email that was sent out:

Hey guys, I am going to invite E and C and their house guys over for dinner this coming Money.  Let me know if you see a potential problem. Thanks.

Geography Patient

submitted by Sarah from Davis
Setting: Sister K comes back from a family vacation in Hawaii..
Sister K: Hi, I missed everyone!
Sister N: Welcome back to America!
Sister K: Hawaii is part of America.
A few minutes later...
Sister K: I brought back some boxes chocolate for everyone.
Sister N: Oh!  What kind of currency do they use over there?
Sister K: U.S. dollars.

Happy New Year!

Happy new year, everyone.  Let’s thank God for the amazing things that He did in 2010 and look toward year 2011 with a sense of renewed anticipation.

English Patient: Announcements

Brother J, wanting to tell people that we are now breaking off by lifegroups into different houses, says: "Okay everyone, let's g...