Calvinist apples!

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Humor' started by StephenMartyr, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. StephenMartyr

    StephenMartyr Puritan Board Freshman

    This is pretty good :banana:

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  2. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    Are they chosen in 'pears' or just one by one? :)
     
  3. StephenMartyr

    StephenMartyr Puritan Board Freshman

    Haha! Maybe Noah's arc, but for salvation it's applied singly. :)
     
  4. hammondjones

    hammondjones Puritan Board Sophomore

    I'm just here for the malum in se joke...
     
  5. StephenMartyr

    StephenMartyr Puritan Board Freshman

    malum in se?
     
  6. Jack K

    Jack K Puritan Board Professor

    Until recently, the chain's "select beef" burgers were Presbyterian: the frozen chosen.
     
  7. hammondjones

    hammondjones Puritan Board Sophomore

    At its core, it stems from the fact that malum in latin can mean both evil and apple.
     
  8. StephenMartyr

    StephenMartyr Puritan Board Freshman

    Haha! :knox: "I approve of juicy [haggis] burgers!".

    Core? Stems? That's hard to beleaf that a Latin word like that can have two meanings. Juicy info tidbit!
     

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