Things that non-Mennonites do

As a child, I had a big imagination and a little world. Thus, my perception of things that “other people” did was sometimes a bit, eh, distorted.

One day I was looking through the JC Penney catalog, when I saw a picture of a little girl in a purple cotton sundress.

The caption under the picture said something like, “This pretty purple dress is perfect for play dates!”

Immediately my eyes widened. If I were a non-Mennonite, would my mom arrange pretend dates for me with little boys, so that I would know how to date for real when I was older?

You know. Play dates.

 

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4 responses to “Things that non-Mennonites do

  1. That is hilarious!(:

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  2. Haha that is so cute!

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  3. hehe! So funny! Made me smile.

    Sadly, in our culture that’s just about true. With all these kids who have “boyfriends” and “girlfriends” at age nine.
    *sigh*

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  4. Wait a second, that’s not what Play Date means? I always thought it was and I had the same thought about being non-Mennonite as a kid, but now that I saw this post, I see according to Wikipedia that that is *definitely* not what it means! Wow!

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