Magic Mormon Underwear

Submitted by: Challenger23 9 years ago in Weird
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Mormons wear special underpants. This is just ... interesting.
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Female 1,356
magic underpants. gotta get me some of those.
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Male 86
This movie is crap. First of all, we Mormons refer to them as garments. The guy who made this video is not as ignorant as he makes himself out to be. When he walks into the store, notice how he says, "I`m looking to buy some undergarments." That is because he knows that they are not called "magic underwear." Second of all, it is not such a closely guarded secrets. He could`ve gotten all the information he wanted from wikipedia about our garments.
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Male 782
"ha my dumb keyboard gave me spelling errors. sorry About those all!!!"

Enter, the magic keyboard cover!

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Female 681
im glad im a christian
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Male 762
*yawn*
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Male 6
ha my dumb keyboard gave me spelling errors. sorry About those all!!!
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Male 6
You know I think the people that spend time bashing other religions seriously have no life and or nothing better to do! So low life! Yes, I am mormon. But guess what!!! We don`t have secrets! And it is not magic underwear. We wear them as reminders for what we believe in. Many things in our church are symbolic. And the people on the video were 100 percent wrong. Thats not what the symbols. No wonder why she left the church. Its cause she doesn`t even know her own religion. People, Its just a religion. We all have our own believes, and we try to use them to better our lives. It confuses me why people don`t understand this. Also, If you are wondering about the church of course you are going to get something negative from someone not in it or once belonged in it. But If you want to know what we really believe in just go to the source. Its not that hard. http://www.lds.org In all honesty we have great valu
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Female 432
I really thought it was just a joke lmao
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Female 15
btw my comment is nothing against mormon people...its simply what happens in the spongebob ep.
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Female 15
reminds me of spongebob...a circle protects them from a seabear...but not a sea rhinoceros...you have to have your anti-sea rhinoceros undergarments to survive that...everybody knows that
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Male 762
I learnt about mormons for like three years in school , but the only thing i really know is that they always come to my door the morning after i have loads to drink and brought an ugly bird back to my place , damn religion ! !!
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Male 418
^^^ no no no...superman wears his underwear outside his pants...
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Male 1,013
Wow, I didn`t know superman was morman!
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Female 1,172
Finally! I`ve asked mormons about them and they all say there is no such thing. LIARS!!!!
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Female 192
Red5TheFinn: "Look at all the wittle mormons wiht their low post counts, except for that one guy. But they have a point!"

That`s because some people have better things to do than sit on their bum all day and look at stupid articles.
:)

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Male 110
Superman wears this underwear under his costume. That`s why he`s bullet proof.
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Female 48
Thank you Peixao13 for finally putting the Articles of Faith on here. Then people can stop calling us "non-Christians". Those are the principles that MOST LDS people live by, i know I do. If you can read those 13 articles and STILL call us un-Christian, then you obviously don`t know anything about us....I think I`ve spoken my peace now...
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Male 18
Why can`t everyone just leave the mormons alone? Wasn`t this country established on the basis that anyone can worship how they will? Why does this Australian dude consistently make fun of things that some people consider sacred? that`s just immature.
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Male 66
If that is not considered Christianity, I don`t know what is.
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Male 66
11. We claim the privilegfe of worshiping Almighty God according to the dictates of our own conscience, and allow all men the same privilege, let them worship[ how, where, and what they believe.
12. We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in observing, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.
13. We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men; indeed, we may say that we follow the admonition of Paul- We believe all things, we hope all things, we have endured many things, and hope to be able to endure all things. If there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praiseworthy, we seek after these things.


That about sums it all up.

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Male 66
6. We believe in the same organization that exsisted in the Primitive Church, namely, apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, evangelists, and so forth.
7. We believe in the gift of tongues, prophecy, revelation, visions, healing, interpretation of tongues, and so forth.
8. We believe the Bible to be the word of God as long as it is translated correctly; we also believe the Book of Mormon to be the word of God.
9. We believe all the God has revealed, all that he does now reveal, and we believe that He will yet reveal many great and important things pertaining to the Kingdom of God.
10. We believe in the literal gathering if Israel and the in the restoration of the Ten Tribes; that Zion (the new Jerusalem) will be built upon the American continent; that Christ will reign personally upon the earth; and, that the earht will be renewed and recieve its paradisiacal glory.(oops there are 13)
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Male 66
If you really want to know... the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints can be summed up in 10 phrases.
1. We believe in God the eternal father and in his son Jesus Christ and in the Holy Ghost.
2.We believe that men will be punished for their own sins and not for Adam`s transgression.
3.We believe that through the Atonement of Christ, all mankind may be saved, by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the Gospel.
4.We believe that the first principles and ordinances of the Gospel are: first Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ; second, repentance; third, Baptism by immersion for the remission of sins; fourth the Laying on of hands for the gift of the Holy Ghost.
5. We believe that a man must be called of God, by prophecy, and by the laying on of hands by those who are in authority, to preach the Gospel and administer in the ordinances thereof.
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Male 238
I know quite a few mormons... I never new they had special underwear
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Male 2,422
Like the rite of transubstantiation, for instance.
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Male 2,422
I don`t know. If you believe that a VIRGIN gave birth to the son of God or that he CAME BACK TO LIFE after being dead for three days, you shouldn`t be allowed to mock other people for their crazy (and harmless) beliefs. Especially if you have a bunch of your own.
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Male 363
Its this kind of bullcrap that makes people ashamed of what they were born into, and that is the worst kind of low.
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Male 363
Oh shut up. Seriously. Mormon underwear is by no means worse than some of the bullcrap that any other christian pulls without breaking a sweat.

You`ve got faith healers making millions of dollars a year on TV, who are proven frauds. You`ve got super churches lead by people that have been caught in homosexual situations with illicit drugs, while leading the church. You`ve got a slew of priests convicted of molesting their own altar boys! And you pick on the mormons?!

drat you.

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Male 1,556
Look at all the wittle mormons wiht their low post counts, except for that one guy. But they have a point!
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Male 1,556
All religion is equally dumb. The ending was lawl.
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Male 1,013
^^^ HaHa lady! Can someone start a viral video called "Pantsing Mormans". Kinda like the guy that kicks ppl in the nuts, but instead pantsing mormans to expose their magic o:-)
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Female 471
Ohh gee.. How elementary is this? Making fun of UNDERWEAR? Gimme a break. Besides, if someone was to sneak up on a missionary and pull down his pants, all you would see is undies. That is if you can catch him on his bike.
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Male 563
This isn`t all that bad... Like another poster said, it`s just symbolism, and quite honestly the symbols and what they represent are pretty nifty. I like that kind of shtuff :3, not `cause I think it`ll really do much but just because it`s interesting. Poor Mormons XD
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Female 859
hahaha
hes funny
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Male 65
Oh, and as I`ve said before I used to date a mormon girl. She didn`t wear special undergarments. But maybe she wasn`t a real mormon because they`re supposed to be all good and such, and she turned out to be a ho instead. Meh.
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Male 65
You didn`t show your official church membership card, so they sold you fake underpants. Seems pretty simple to me.
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Female 2,228
^^^ My fundie senses are tingling
The crazy, it kills!
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Male 67
For the last time, not only are Mormons indeed Christian, there is no other faith on this earth who actually strives more to live their lives according to the way Christ lived. NO ONE. We are The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. "Mormon" is a nickname given to us by others but is not considered offensive. We worship him and him alone. As the church of old that Christ himself established, we believe in prophets and apostles. People think we are strange for that. God does NOT change. He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. If he called prophets and apostles in the old days, you`d better believe that he does the same today. Some say that there is no need for revelation from God in this day and age. Really? Open your eyes. We need him more today than any other time in the history of the world. You can either believe the truth or not. If you don`t believe what I`m saying then the truth is not for you.
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Male 336
a few of you are saying "its funny how they believe in that" but you`re believing in something a stranger told you over the internet.
If thats not irony, I`m not sure what is.
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Female 1,211
"Mormons get a lot more grief than they deserve."
I agree.
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Male 33
Fourth, I don`t know why garments are so bizarre to people. I know many people here think religion in general is ridiculous and I respect that, although I do not agree. Please respect my views as well. The garment is by no means `magical`--as has been said many times here, it represents promises made with God by Latter Day Saints who have been through the temple ceremony. We respect the garment as a nun would her habit, a pastor his ministerial collar, or a Christian from any other denomination their crucifix. The only difference is that we wear the garment under our clothing and out of public view because we see these promises with God as very personal.

All right, I`m through. I won`t blow on the coals any longer!

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Male 33
First off...SPP, it is the 5ks in Sikhism. Second, NieltheSheep...your friend is most certainly referring to a forgery by confessed forger and murderer Mark Hofmann that was `found` in the mid 1980`s. This document claims to be an account of Joseph Smith recovering the gold plates, but in this version he meets a `white salamander` that gives him instructions. It is a complete fabrication to which Hoffmann later admitted after murdering his accomplices in a cover-up attempt.

Third, it is true that Joseph Smith was a mason. Although he only (according to what we have recorded) attended three lodge meetings, he was given the rank of Master in the masonic order. And it is also true that some temple imagery does reflect Masonic ideas. Joseph Smith claimed to have restored original temple worship...the masons claim some of their ceremonies are a continuation of ancient temple worship. If this is true, it shouldn`t be odd if there are some similarities.

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Female 7
Like `Neil the sheep` said, it`s symbolism, I`m what you call jack mormon, the black sheep of my family. In translation, it`s not "secret" they consider them Sacred, something they don`t talk about because it`s special to them. It`s a symbolism partially of protection, partially as a mass statement of modesty. Also, in part, it`s used as a test of faith. Been married and divorced through the mormon religion, through the temple (when you start wearing them, generally when you get married or go on a mission) and seriously, if you`re going to be curious about something, just go straight to who practices it. Like anything else.
L8s
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Male 1,036
Ok I clarify.....idiots in magic mormon underpants
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Male 1,036
idiots
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Female 360
Lol, Mormons...We are so crazy :P I am a Mormon now, and always have been. We dont think these things as magical, just "sacred".

Even so, I find it really weird.

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Male 2,160
lawl, underwear...i believe i´ll rather rely on my traditional plating for protection.
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Male 1,013
@spp: That`s exactly what that verse is trying to say. But read it closely. He disrobes at the dinner table. Kinda weird even for 2000 years ago. The god according to the bible is the Earth`s most prolific murderer. The dichotomy is just too huge to ignore. The naked humbleness at the dinner table is but a straw that should be breaking the camel`s back, but isn`t.
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Female 65
I have to agree with spp.

There are many other faiths that wear symbolic sacred clothing and/or wear other symbols of their religion.

Muslim, Sikh, Jewish, Buddhist, some Christian groups such as the Amish, Catholics it goes on and on.

Sacred things are not to be spoken of in a frivolous manner. It`s that simple.

Like it says in the Bible, "Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you."--Matt. 7:6

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Female 192
yeah, why don`t you go ask the mormon critic about mormonism. great source. seriously...?!?

anyway, yeah, they do wear "special underwear" but they don`t think they make you fly or something. as peanut x said, they`re there for modesty. supposedly if you are wearing these longer undergarments, you will be less tempted to wear a shirt that comes up past their belly button or shorts that show half their ass cheek.
yes, i used to be mormon for about 5 or 6 years, odds are if you didn`t then i know more than you so there. special underwear revealed.
and whatever that guy said about `secret rituals` people need to stop saying stuff about that. i`ve been into the temple, and no they do NOT chop of cows heads and drink their blood. they just want `holy` people to be in the temple, so they don`t let most regular a-holes take the grand tour.

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Male 32
Isn`t it funny how many trolls come out whenever there`s a post that somehow involves religion?

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Female 70
so...don`t victoria`s secrets for them?

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Male 762
Lol "super scrundies " !!!
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Female 299
oh ltfurpie, you have to look at that text and remember where and when in the world that took place.

From what I understand it was common practice to wash a guests or a hosts feet (i`m not sure what one it was)

All that verse is trying to show is that Jesus was humble.

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Male 12,138
^^ "Mormons are retarded, actually believing in a cult that was made up by a con artist"

OK then, how about this?

Q. What`s the difference between Mormonism and Christianity?

A. About 2000 years.

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Female 299
I`ve quite often thought about going to the Mormon church thats in my town. In the same way that American and British Christians are different, i`m not sure how different American Mormons would be to British, but i`ve always been interested.


anyways, I WAS going to comment on here about how clever the editing was to make it seem like something that wasn`t true was true....but then a little further in I realised that this was true.

I don`t think these undergarments are any different to things that other religions wear for symbolism. Like the 5 k`s for Sikhs . (Is it 5? I`m not so sure now)

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Male 1,013
@jess, I agree that preacher was not "all there". He exudes ignorance. But you have to admit there is something weird with an undergarment fixation when it comes to religion. Correct me if I am wrong, but doesn`t the bible say that just after they had dinner, JC took off all his clothes, put on the slaves garments (basically a towel) and then washed his hosts feet... I`m sorry, I am a gracious guest, but I don`t change my clothes and then satisfy my foot fetish in other people`s houses! (john 13)
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Female 2,228
It`s unfortunate that some folks just don`t respect other`s beliefs. Where I live we have a mormon city not far away and anti-mormon people always try to agitate trouble there too.

Although I do rail against the abuse of religion... Larson is one of those pentecostal priests who specialize in "exorcisms" of his congregants.

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Male 1,623
The dudes who are trying to convert them to christianity are just as bad.
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Female 87
"LoofahBoy: I want underwear that makes me fly and shoot lasers out of my butt."

I have underwear that makes me do that. :)

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Male 147
I`m sorry but Mormonism is NOT a Christian religion. Islam is closer to being Christian than Mormonism. Atleast Islam is still a theist religion while Mormonism is polytheist. Please reread your Book of Mormon aswell as the other Mormon works. It goes against basic Christian beliefs in many accounts. So please don`t call yourselves Christian as you are on a whole different level of crazy.
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Male 196
For those who said you were born into it: Isn`t it amazing how our upbringing determines so many personality traits we acquire and even spiritual beliefs? It`s funny to think how if we were born in say, Jerusalem or Iraq, how different our views would most certainly be.
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Male 3
The last thing I would say to anyone who believes what this guy "researched" in this short clip is this: why did the clip spend more time speaking with people who dislike our church than those who actually practice within our faith? Most of the information he chose to share was from people who dislike what we believe. Why were only a couple sentences of the whole clip from members of our faith? My guess is: The ignorant fellow in the clip wanted to sensationalize what he was trying to research.
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Male 3
opiebreath,

Children do not wear them. They are given to an adult after he/she has made certain commitments to our Heavenly Father. Those commitments are things such as chastity, reverence, and respect of each and every person`s beliefs. They are not secret commitments, but sacred. Much like a personal prayer, it is private between you and God. Generally, we wear them much as any other person would any undergarment. We don`t swim in them or take them into the shower. We try to respect what them mean, but we don`t believe they are a magical cloak or something. They are not washed every night, unless you only have one pair. (and that is just gross.) We have several sets, again much like any underwear that a person might wear. We put on a clean set every morning. If it`s lost, it`s lost. They are sacred, so we try to take care of them, but if they get lost, we buy a new pair.

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Male 57
So... Mormonism and Scientology are crazy but other religions/superstitions aren`t? They`re all the same in my opinion - unjustified claims based on no evidence. Old mumbo jumbo isn`t less strange than new mumbo jumbo.
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Male 418
luckyguy2086:

I was born into mormonism...I don`t go anymore because I`m a little sketchy on a lot of things they preach...it`s not bad stuff....it`s just stuff that I don`t believe. I feel like I have to defend it a lot because it`s just not what it`s made out to be in the mainstream. It`s for sure a Christian religion...no matter what people might tell you.

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Female 855
"Captain Underpants" to the rescue!
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Male 522
BTW you cannot say moronism (or any religeon) is not crazy and then in the same paragraph turn around and say Scientology is crazy. They are the same thing. Faith without reason.
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Male 522
Those look comphy. I`m all about being comphy. They should sell them to everyone. They would make a fortune.
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Female 17
and i was born into it... comment to luckyguy2086
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Female 17
lol. this is funny... its not underwear... its a symbol of the covenants you make with god...
comfortable and easy to wear. --trust me. im mormon
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Female 41
LMFAO. That was awesome!
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Male 196
For all the people who claim to be Mormons: How did you come to your beliefs? I`m guessing that most of you were born into it but I`m curious.
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Female 15,763
I have questions!

tewstudly, when do children/adults first get the underwear? When is it necessary or considered important to wear it? Do you wash it every night, and what happens if it`s lost?

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Male 3,369
........

And people wonder why I call the religious crazy!

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Female 48
This is disgusting what these people are saying about mormons. I actually am mormon and this is not even close to accurate. You receive the garments when you go through the temple which is usually when you get married or when you go on a mission, whichever comes first. We do not stick our arm out of the shower and put our arm on them. ...seriously??? That is retarded!!! That priest guy had absolutely no idea what he was talking about. We do not call them "magic underwear" and not everyone thinks that you can be saved from a fire or a bullet if you`re wearing them, but we do think of them as a "protection" or sorts in our daily lives. I really do not appreciate all the snide remarks of ignorant people who have no idea what they are talking about. i love my religion and I don`t think that we are stupid in any way for the things we believe and I REALLY do not appreciate being compared to the Scientologists....seriously again??? That is dumb!
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Male 3,296
they are kidding rught??

"hopefully"

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Male 1,013
That "Did you know" at the end was hilarious!

I have magic underwear. If a hot girl walks by, it temporarily stretches.

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Female 443
They looked kinda comfy ...
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Male 246
"I thought this said `Magic Moron underwear`."

Same thing

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Male 418
tewstudly,guth2391:

Have you guys ever been accused of worshiping a white salamander?...I dated a girl that insisted that I did...I assured her that I had no idea what she was talking about...still...I have no idea what she was talking about...lol....anyways...goes to show you the crazy things folks will make up.

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Male 35
tewstudly, i whole heartedly agree
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Male 35
also, we can take them off when appropriate. such as taking a shower, or playing a ball game, but are encouraged to wear them, when feasible. once again, this guy is a highly unreliable source, because he doesn`t have a source.
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Male 418
tewstudly

glad you`re here :)

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Male 35
this is such a crap load. i am an active mormon, and i can tell you that this so called "critic" doesn`t know a thing he`s talking about. we don`t talk about them, not because they are secret, but because they are very sacred to us. also, they aren`t magic, but a symbol to always remind those who wear them of their covenants made to their heavenly father. if your going to post stuff about this, make sure its accurate.
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Male 3
No wonder our country is so ignorant! You see one completly inacurrate clip about something and take it as gospel. Before anyone starts beliving everything in that clip, let me straighten a few things out, as a mormon. First, no one within our church calls it "magic underwear". We do not believe that it hold mystical powers or makes us immortal. It is merely an outward expression of an inward commitment. Much like a jewish kippah or clerical collar. It is a symbolic jesture of our belief. It is not secret, just sacred, at least to us. So, please, ask any questions you want, but don`t sit here and bash something sacred to millions of people the world over. That is just blatant hate-mongering, no better than racism of the 1960`s. And....no...it is not worn during sex, you sick sob.
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Female 486
I`ve heard about this before. I also read that they even wear it during sex...which is pretty creepy.
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Female 2,196
I thought the special underpants was a joke =P
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Male 418
I`m not sure what makes Mormonism a cult anymore than any religion...if you`re talking about the polygamists..thats the FLDS...it`s not what they`re talking about here
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Male 516
Such brilliant logic there AahNold!
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Female 182
mm. I want sacred undies.
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Male 418
I think the earliest you can get them is 18...I think...I haven`t gone to church in a while...lol.
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Female 54
Meh, people like the guy in this vid frustrate me. Mormonism is stupid, but so are people who run around making other people`s beliefs look stupid.
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Female 67
I have a calendar called "Mormons exposed" and they arent wearing any sacred underwear.
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Female 408
obtain* rather
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Female 408
so for you ex-mormons and/or current ones, at what age do you obtains these?
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Female 408
They`re for modesty. Like guidelines as to how small their clothes can be without the under garments showing.
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Male 418
hahaha....I was raised in a mormon church...a lot of what cracks me up is all the crazy stuff people make up about it. That guy eating pancakes was a little over the top...he`s not being entirely acurate. That said, the underwear is not believed to magical...it`s symbolism, that`s all. It is rooted in masonic symbolism...which is a little more sinister sounding than it is. I dunno...Mormons get a lot more grief than they deserve.
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Male 375
Mormons are retarded, actually believing in a cult that was made up by a con artist
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Male 312
I grew up Mormon, saw my parents in their "sacred underwear" too. Nothing special really, looked just like silk tanktop with boxers.
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Male 196
"Did you know?" haha
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Male 4,393
stupid ...
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Male 13
Holy crap! This ist so sexy. I instantaneously got a boner. Oh, no that`s just me. The mormon thing is Bullpoo.
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Male 1,825
haha, you get holy skid marks
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Female 960
I thought this said `Magic Moron underwear`.
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Female 525
..wow.
Underpants..?
What will they come up with next? Magical socks?
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Male 150
I`m not bashing their religion. I`m bashing them.
They are so dumb. "I hear that Mormons wear magic underpants." "Well, as I call them, magic underwear. Their secret. That means that we can`t talk about it. That`s why it`s secret." What??? Haha.
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Male 265
ok what happens when you get skid marks on your holy underwear?? are they tainted?? but uhh seriously mormons and scientologists are the top 2 dumbest religions
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Female 4,197
poor bears got their butts whooped by magic undies
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Male 3,301
I want underwear that makes me fly and shoot lasers out of my butt.
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Female 532
Lol!
I think I know a Mormon...I wonder if she wears funny underwear.
But hey, at least they protect against bears ;P
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Female 408
lol ive seen this. yes they do wear special `under garnments`. no they dont consider them magical. yes it is still very strange.
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Female 101
morman thongs
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Male 1,825
it takes alot to join a crazy stupid religion like that
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Female 307
Lol. Some of my Mormon friends used to joke about this all the time..
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Female 464
Seriously? 0__o
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Male 208
I kinda want to go out and order these.
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Female 346
Link: Magic Mormon Underwear [Rate Link] - Mormons wear special underpants. This is just ... interesting.
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