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19 Truths For Non-Mormons Who Loved Growing Up In A Mormon Community

"What! You're not LDS???"

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2. You went to your fair share of stake dances, and although they may have been a tad awkward you thought they were a blast.


4. You never saw R-rated movies, even after you turned 17, because none of your friends could go see them with you.

5. You never went to a party where there was sex, alcohol, or drugs. In fact, the only parties you went to were epic dance parties.


10. When your older friends graduated high school, you kept in touch with most of them by writing letters because they were on their missions.

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Getting mail from a missionary friend was often the highlight of your week.

11. You understood that Monday night was Family Home Evening, so you probably weren't going to see any friends.

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It encouraged you to hang out with your own family. Which actually wasn't half bad.


15. When your best friend would invite you to Wednesday night Mutual you were pretty excited.

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It was another opportunity to socialize with cool people on a week night. You were all about that.

17. Every Saturday at approximately 11:50 p.m., you'd run to the nearest convenience store and help your LDS friends purchase everything they would need to make it through Sunday.

19. And, finally, whenever you heard any other non-members trying to diss the LDS church, you would ALWAYS defend them.

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And you still do! Because they are some of the nicest, well-rounded people you know.


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