This just dawned on me yesterday…

and I really regret it.

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  1. 100% not true. You must not hang out with very many Catholics….

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    1. LOL, well, I do live in Boston and almost everyone here is Catholic. I could always be wrong though… definitely wouldn’t be the first time :-)

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      1. After high school (went to Catholic school for 13 years) I had to explain to one of my female friends what a clitoris was. Not to mention touching yourself is supposed to send you straight to hell :p

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  2. I do not like the handshake fellowship greet thing at church.

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