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Frivolous Interlude

Manliness is often painted in serious tones but just as we relax our bodies after physical work, so too should we occasionally relax our minds. This group is for the discussion of things too trivial or inconsequential to merit a place elsewhere.

Members: 30
Latest Activity: Jun 27, 2013

Discussion Forum

The Manliest Outfit of all Time?

Started by Mungo Hossenfeffer. Last reply by Sarah Marjorie Jun 14, 2010. 17 Replies

The 'proper' glass...

Started by Mungo Hossenfeffer. Last reply by Mungo Hossenfeffer Jan 14, 2010. 2 Replies

Do real men read on the lavatory?

Started by Mungo Hossenfeffer. Last reply by Kasper Jan 4, 2010. 9 Replies

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Comment by Dave Peyton on September 17, 2011 at 3:09pm

Here's a good opportunity for a laugh:

Show us your high school photo - if you dare!

Just to show that I'm not a scared hypocrite, here's mine:

Comment by Robert Steven Jarboe on February 5, 2010 at 2:43pm
Just joined. One of my favorite quotes is: "Never play leapfrog with a unicorn." Is that firvolous enough?
Comment by oracle989 on May 10, 2009 at 2:46pm
Ah, meaningless, idle chatter. I think I'll fit right in!
Comment by Mungo Hossenfeffer on May 6, 2009 at 8:57pm
I suddenly realised my next planned post (and the one after that) was also toilet related. I'm not sure that is all this group should be about, so feel free to chip in with something frivolous while I try and get my head out of the loo.
Comment by Randall "Skitch" Hodgson on May 5, 2009 at 10:58pm
Now THIS is my kind o' group!
 

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Charles Neill replied to William Antill's discussion Learning Ritual in the group Freemasonry
"I found that different men earn in different ways. I developed a visual mnemonic system combining my ability for spelling and words to flawlessly memorize the Q&A for all 3 degrees. if it works, it works. if it doesn't it doesn't,…"
5 minutes ago
Charles Neill replied to Dean Alban's discussion Is Freemasony relevant in today's world? in the group Freemasonry
"Bingo, True Masonry is needed more and more in today's world, with society actively diluting the role of Men in society and the role of Father in the family. This was actively designed well thought and executed by those who want to destroy…"
12 minutes ago
Charles Neill replied to Michael Doucette's discussion What made you want to be a Mason in the group Freemasonry
"Family legacy for my part as well, but I do get a great belly laugh reading all the conspiracy theories, I'm half waiting for some crackpot to tie the Freemasons and Alien Abductions to cross-breed chupacabras with Bigfoot or something..."
19 minutes ago
Charles Neill replied to Regular Joe's discussion Curious About Becoming A Freemason in the group Freemasonry
"I'm active in two Blue Lodges, plus the York Rite. I have two Blue Lodge study sessions a week with the Brothers learning the Craft, Monthly Stated Meetings (= total of four nights in my case, 2x Blue Lodge, 1 night for Chapter and Council…"
23 minutes ago
Charles Neill replied to Boondocker's discussion Making Good Men Better in the group Freemasonry
"In Texas, ALL of the work is memory, mouth to ear. I learned how to memorize in a more efficient way which helped me pass some pretty nasty tech certs. Having said that, I have met several better men than I, Good Men that I want to become more…"
29 minutes ago
Charles Neill replied to Slacker's discussion Establishing Lodge Events in the group Freemasonry
"We have a movie night once a month or so, have screened 'National Treasure' and 'Davinci Code' of course, and one that surprised me was 'The Man Who Would Be King' by bro. Rudyard Kipling. Several of the local lodges…"
34 minutes ago
Charles Neill replied to Boondocker's discussion How old were you when you joined? in the group Freemasonry
"I was 42, 4 years ago, I'm still new to The Craft, and have joined the York Rite as well."
39 minutes ago
Charles Neill commented on Luke A Sorensen's group Norse mythology
"Considering my maternal great grandmother was from Oslo, and my paternal great grandfather was a Lapp, my heritage was with me from before I could walk. I grew up listening to the stories in the old oral tradition (in English though). I would like…"
50 minutes ago

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