Would you take a dog inside a church? Now, if you're a blind person it's fine, but a fucking chiwawa. Would you? Would you ask the girl at the door? Who the hell brings their freaking dog inside? And she wasn't happy that I said "no".
Would you come inside a church and drink 4 coffees? and put your garbage inside of the little basket where the cups of milk are? The fucking garbage can isn't big enough?
Would you yell at the girl at the door step that there's no more fucking forks/spoons to eat the free cake?
Would you touch everything and ask me if each of the freaking 100 items are free? There's a price list, each item also has a little sticker. Honestly, each of them? Give me a fucking break.
Would you argue with the girl at the door that you've seen the exposition in the years before and when she tells you that it was made This year for the Parish Anniversary, would you still say you've seen it last year?
Get ready for the next one it's fucking hysterical... Where's the exposition? It's in the vestry but you can't go now because there's baptisms going on. Her looking at me like I'm a dumbass. Baptism in a church?
yeah, it's what it's for huh?I'm sorry ma'am, but yes, we do baptise babies here.
You are going to try to speak English? I will Sir, I speak both. You do HUH? looks at me and point the whole fucking time I'm with a visitor.
One lady yelled and cussed at me because we sold blessed items. Back in her days, blessed items were to be given, not sold. She was arguing that I should give them to her.
Many parishioners came for the 8 am mass and argues with me that I was in fact mistaken, that there would be a mass at 8h00. I apologised and explained that it was announced that there wouldn't be one. That the only one was the 9h30 AM with The Bishop. Two of them whatever me and left
Please, feed your child before a baptism, or at least make them understand that harassing the girl for coffee and cake is rude. No means NO!
Overheard at The Church, me to my EX EX Boyfriend. "I'm so thankful that you didn't make any babies years ago. Thank God!"
The visitors were sweet, we had more than 400 of them. They were nice, happy to be in town, happy to be welcomed. The problem were the local people. The Bishop was awesome, he introduced the mass in both french and English, chatted with visitors.
So that's my update. I'm pissy, I am totally pissy. The local people totally aggravated me. I looked annoyed too. But other than that, I'm fine. I swear, I don't bite.