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ajbabe
13th September 2012, 01:53 PM
I had another crotch tickling experience in church today and if this continues, I soon may find myself singing, “we shall overcome…, someday” at the Nsawam Prisons. But then, what is a man to do when my sisters in the Lord come to Your House in lingerie-like outfits; outfits that could cause the saintliest of men to forget the words to The Lord’s Prayer?

It’s becoming increasingly difficult concentrating on Pastor Wugagah’s well-rehearsed sermons, when I have pairs of gargantuan, well-oiled and supple breasts vying for my attention, taunting me and making my pulse race almost everywhere I turn in the church auditorium.

And if it’s not the breasts, then it’s those fair or dark coloured fleshy thighs which makes me think of all things ungodly and makes my trousers so tight. I’m sure Sister Maame who was by me, might have been wondering why I kept crossing and uncrossing my legs.

Father, I come to church for reprieve from all those scantily clad women I meet in my daily activities, but if the scanty attires are following us to Your House, what are we then to do?

You saw what Akweley was wearing - that filmy, strapless and tight lavender dress, exposing those ripe watermelons on her chest and her well - rounded buttocks and she wouldn’t sit still, but was all over the place.

As for Dzifa, the least said of her attire, the better. Then there was Mrs. Afful’s daughter, Ewurabena the chorister, who was in this short skirt with a high slit, you could virtually see her underwear each time she moved on the podium.

Just when I thought I had seen enough, my friend Kwaku who was a seat behind me, drew my attention to a lady in the middle row, whose G-string was on display. The blouse she was wearing wasn’t long enough to cover her trousers and I think those around her didn’t have the courage to tell her about her exhibition.

Her G-string was nice too (I must admit), but I was relieved when the final Amen was said.

Father, what do our sisters see in the mirror before setting off to church? Better still, what informs their choice of outfit? Is it a desperate measure, designed to garner attention or is it a-come-hither to suitors or they simply do not have any respect for You?

All this makes one wonder as to the kind of statements our women are trying to make in Your House or is it that the Church has become so liberal, we are losing all sense of propriety?

Please tell them to take it easy ooo, because, though I’m a prayer warrior, I’m also a red-blooded young man with a fine sense of appreciation for a woman’s body and I don’t want to incur your wrath by admiring those jiggling and wiggling parts of the female anatomy when I should be meditating and expressing my love for You.

Father, I really need to stop here, for I’m in need of a cold shower.



Source: Esinam Femensah/ghanaweb

Q' lypse
13th September 2012, 05:24 PM
this thread is useless without pictures..

ajbabe
13th September 2012, 06:33 PM
this thread is useless without pictures..

that was ma thought to..there was no pic

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
13th September 2012, 08:03 PM
that was ma thought to..there was no pic

so make a picture ....

Quophi Aletse
13th September 2012, 11:37 PM
so make a picture ....

Exactly....... It's not like abena no wear g-stringi b4 to church looooooool

Kwame Nyame
14th September 2012, 06:05 AM
so make a picture ....

The absence of pictures allows each reader to create and set their own traps. This makes it more dangerous.Stop and think about it.

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
14th September 2012, 06:21 AM
The absence of pictures allows each reader to create and set their own traps. This makes it more dangerous.Stop and think about it.

You mean traps like this ...[QUOTE]http://www.noirvillage.com/showthread.php?558-You-gonna-hit-this-this-is-eww-repugnant-what-do-you-think&p=628#post628/QUOTE]lolol

Q' lypse
14th September 2012, 07:06 AM
oh there goes the neighborhood

MegaMeister
14th September 2012, 03:37 PM
Why should a guy go to church and be looking at ass ? :o

CuTiEbABy
14th September 2012, 05:42 PM
Why should a guy go to church and be looking at ass ? :o

hahahahaa ask for me oooooooo.....but then again if its being thrust right in his face, what can he do but look.........heheheheheheee

Quophi Aletse
14th September 2012, 05:54 PM
hahahahaa ask for me oooooooo.....but then again if its being thrust right in his face, what can he do but look.........heheheheheheee

so then mama mecho .... stop wearing ur g-stringi to church ...... why una dey wear that to church koraa????

ahahahahahaha lololololol

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
14th September 2012, 06:09 PM
X-Ray vision comes in handy. lololol

Q' lypse
14th September 2012, 08:35 PM
the way some of these pastors are suffering in their churches, only the lord knows (no pun intended). hm

CuTiEbABy
14th September 2012, 08:55 PM
so then mama mecho .... stop wearing ur g-stringi to church ...... why una dey wear that to church koraa????

ahahahahahaha lololololol

hahahaha Quophi as for this your imagination, its wrong in all levels.......I no display like that in church oooo....abeg bros.......free me wai.....lolololololol

Q' lypse
14th September 2012, 09:45 PM
hahahaha Quophi as for this your imagination, its wrong in all levels.......I no display like that in church oooo....abeg bros.......free me wai.....lolololololol

this sounds like guilt to me

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
14th September 2012, 09:52 PM
this sounds like guilt to me

let me clear my throat.. ahem ahemm

Quophi Aletse
15th September 2012, 12:09 AM
this sounds like guilt to me

It was a calculated question paa to Mama Mech lol....

Anyways interesting answer from her so make i continue lolololol

Quophi Aletse
15th September 2012, 12:19 AM
hahahaha Quophi as for this your imagination, its wrong in all levels.......I no display like that in church oooo....abeg bros.......free me wai.....lolololololol

Lololololool....... Don't enter the holy temple with u g-stringi w'ate? ....save it for the chop bars and konkonsa joints u frequent wai na u dey make the pastor's dey suffer for nyame fie too mech....... Lololololoolololol

Q' lypse
15th September 2012, 10:34 AM
Lololololool....... Don't enter the holy temple with u g-stringi w'ate? ....save it for the chop bars and konkonsa joints u frequent wai na u dey make the pastor's dey suffer for nyame fie too mech....... Lololololoolololol

hahahaha

Q' lypse
15th September 2012, 10:35 AM
I had another crotch tickling experience in church today and if this continues, I soon may find myself singing, “we shall overcome…, someday” at the Nsawam Prisons. But then, what is a man to do when my sisters in the Lord come to Your House in lingerie-like outfits; outfits that could cause the saintliest of men to forget the words to The Lord’s Prayer?

It’s becoming increasingly difficult concentrating on Pastor Wugagah’s well-rehearsed sermons, when I have pairs of gargantuan, well-oiled and supple breasts vying for my attention, taunting me and making my pulse race almost everywhere I turn in the church auditorium.

And if it’s not the breasts, then it’s those fair or dark coloured fleshy thighs which makes me think of all things ungodly and makes my trousers so tight. I’m sure Sister Maame who was by me, might have been wondering why I kept crossing and uncrossing my legs.

Father, I come to church for reprieve from all those scantily clad women I meet in my daily activities, but if the scanty attires are following us to Your House, what are we then to do?

You saw what Akweley was wearing - that filmy, strapless and tight lavender dress, exposing those ripe watermelons on her chest and her well - rounded buttocks and she wouldn’t sit still, but was all over the place.

As for Dzifa, the least said of her attire, the better. Then there was Mrs. Afful’s daughter, Ewurabena the chorister, who was in this short skirt with a high slit, you could virtually see her underwear each time she moved on the podium.

Just when I thought I had seen enough, my friend Kwaku who was a seat behind me, drew my attention to a lady in the middle row, whose G-string was on display. The blouse she was wearing wasn’t long enough to cover her trousers and I think those around her didn’t have the courage to tell her about her exhibition.

Her G-string was nice too (I must admit), but I was relieved when the final Amen was said.

Father, what do our sisters see in the mirror before setting off to church? Better still, what informs their choice of outfit? Is it a desperate measure, designed to garner attention or is it a-come-hither to suitors or they simply do not have any respect for You?

All this makes one wonder as to the kind of statements our women are trying to make in Your House or is it that the Church has become so liberal, we are losing all sense of propriety?

Please tell them to take it easy ooo, because, though I’m a prayer warrior, I’m also a red-blooded young man with a fine sense of appreciation for a woman’s body and I don’t want to incur your wrath by admiring those jiggling and wiggling parts of the female anatomy when I should be meditating and expressing my love for You.

Father, I really need to stop here, for I’m in need of a cold shower.



Source: Esinam Femensah/ghanaweb

u make osofo kote brim mu saa, why?

CuTiEbABy
17th September 2012, 02:25 AM
this sounds like guilt to me


let me clear my throat.. ahem ahemm


It was a calculated question paa to Mama Mech lol....

Anyways interesting answer from her so make i continue lolololol

Q'lypse guilt paa....what am I guilty of? Please ooooo please....... All three of you should leave me alone oooooo.....aden you three want to watch it too?

lololololololololol

Q' lypse
17th September 2012, 07:26 AM
Q'lypse guilt paa....what am I guilty of? Please ooooo please....... All three of you should leave me alone oooooo.....aden you three want to watch it too?

lololololololololol

na s33 i wouldn't mind :sneakiness:

Quophi Aletse
17th September 2012, 08:23 PM
na s33 i wouldn't mind :sneakiness:

I thought pope already posted a pic of her above or I no look am well? ..... Looooooooooooooooool