Monday, February 09, 2009

How to be a drugs worker

I say to the client:

I forbid you to ever take drugs again.

The client goes home and never takes drugs again.




In answer to your above question, I didn't seeing my shoes aere nice and clean also.

In reply to your great powers, and in light of the previous posting, why not try saying to the weather:

"Be thou bad no more" (or "nae mair" to take it your brrgrrr loving post as well)

Let us know how you got on.


P/s Rose: Are you feeling powerful today :o)

Jonathan Hunt said...

My shoes are muddy and I have just trod on your pristine blog. He he he

Celestial Fundie said...

Colin, shoes that have been outside are not clean.

Jonathan, then you are an heathen and a publican.

Rose~ said...

Wouldn't it be wonderful if that approach just worked? I imagine you will have to come up with some different techniques. :~)

Not really, Colin heehee

Celestial Fundie said...

It might affect our budget if that approach did work.

MAE said...

Hi CFun,
I will try this today with my messed up livingroom: "All you books and tapes, I forbid you to be on the wrong place." If it works, it will spare me hours of work ;-)
But I can't help - this smells like "Name it and claime it!" You didn't read some Kenneth Haigin books lately?
Greetings, MAE

Celestial Fundie said...

Presumably, if 'name it claim it' were true, you must be able to force people to act according to your will.


Another thought, Matthew,

If this works and keep working, then you are going to be out of a job...although probably not for long.

How do you fancy a spell in the Middle East? If you do, then say h
ello to Tony for me.


Rose: Do you feel going out to the Middle East today?

P/s The word verification below is "moves" - is that uncanny or not?

Celestial Fundie said...

Thanks for the suggestion.

Palm boy said...

That was a good laugh this morning. :D

Celestial Fundie said...

Oh good.